Our main little man Christian Price Wragge II entered this world at p.m. He has been an angel since his first scream.” Overjoyed dad Wragge also posted a cute picture of his son on Friday and wrote, “Hello World . An American news anchor Chris Wragge was born in Hackensack, New Jersey.

So CBS 3 had a lot to celebrate at its afternoon holiday party on Sunday, December 16th. That’s when a staffer manning the assignment desk saw the story by scoops Regina Medina and Dan Gross pop up on Today, Alycia Lane is a household name, though her celebrity has more in common with Paris and Lindsay than with Diane and Katie.

The staffer ran to the party and pulled station president and general manager Michael Colleran aside. Indeed, the incident that put the final nail in Lane’s coffin — allegedly assaulting that New York City cop — may have been the juiciest celeb meltdown since Britney shaved her head.

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❤️🍼❤️🍼❤️🍼❤️ A post shared by Chris Wragge (@chriswragge) on CBS2 New York news anchor Chris Wragge and his wife Sarah are the proud parents of an adorable baby boy.

But in the wake of the bikini photos, the Post went on full Alycia alert — camping outside her Washington Square apartment last summer to snag shots of her and her company, pressured Wragge to break up with her “because of her bad press.” But CBS 3, whose newscast Lane had helped lift out of the ratings basement, wasn’t giving up on its $750,000-a-year investment, and thanks in part to events like the one at World Cafe Live, by the end of November, the damage control actually seemed to be working.

The station’s 11 o’clock newscast, co-anchored by Lane and the very bronzed Larry Mendte, finished November sweeps just one shiny dark hair behind ratings-winner Action News.

Brynn Putnam, the Harvard-educated owner and operator of the boutique fitness studio Refine Method, is one of New York’s leading love connectors through fitness.

The former ballet dancer has owned locations throughout the city since 2010.

Police say she then struck one of the officers in the face. (She has pleaded not guilty.) To many at CBS 3, that sounded a lot like the Alycia Lane they knew. She could even send text-messages during commercials — at least, until news director Susan Schiller sent an e-mail to the staff, reminding not to use phones on-set. since you surely are trying hard to get his attention.

That Lane, 35, was accused of violence shocked her co-workers. “If she perceives you to be above her, you get tears and doe eyes,” says one newsroom staffer who spoke on condition of anonymity. But the day after Lane’s arrest, the general irritation turned to bona fide ire. “After assessing the overall impact of a series of incidents resulting from judgments she has made,” Colleran said, “we have concluded that it would be impossible for Alycia to continue to report the news as she, herself, has become the focus of so many news stories.” Lane immediately revved up for a fight, hiring high-powered Philadelphia attorney Paul Rosen. They figured that if they could control her image, everything else would be okay; the celebrity itself was the beast that needed to be tamed. I mean, what better way to get a guy’s attention than with skin!

He earned three varsity letters and did his graduation with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.