What did Wendy Rieger pass from?

Wendy Rieger, longtime News4 anchor and reporter, died Saturday morning after a battle with Glioblastoma.

What does Wendy Rieger have?

She was 65. On Saturday, the news station shared that Rieger had died at a hospice facility in Montgomery County after being diagnosed with glioblastoma, a type of cancer-causing tumor that grows rapidly in the brain, last year. “We lost our smart, vibrant, wonderful Wendy Reiger today,” the statement read.

Did Wendy Rieger retire?

In May 2021, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and had most of it surgically removed, and she retired in December after 33 years at WRC. Ms. Rieger was an actress in Norfolk when she made her journalism debut in the late 1970s, earning extra money as a newsreader for a Tidewater-area radio station.