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Bethany Crouch

Morning News Anchor and Reporter

CBS13

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Sacramento news stations welcome two new on-air personalities | The Sacramento Bee

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After departing Fox40, Bethany Crouch joins CBS13 and CW31


TV anchor Bethany Crouch turns on the optimism and cheer when the cameras roll | The Sacramento Bee

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In the wee hours, Bethany Crouch brings energy, sincerity to morning TV
Bethany Crouch works on Channel 31 during her first week on the job after spending nearly 10 years at Fox40. Bethany Crouch works on Channel 31 during her first week on the job after spending nearly 10 years at Fox40. Bethany Crouch stirs food in her crock pot in the kitchen of her Sacramento home on Sunday, October 16, 2016 in Sacramento. Bethany Crouch stirs food in her crock pot in the kitchen of her Sacramento home on Sunday, October 16, 2016 in Sacramento. Former Fox 40 anchor Bethany Crouch, right, takes a selfie with co-hosts Cody Stark, left, and Courtney Dempsey during morning drive on CW31, Good Day Sacramento on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Sacramento. Former Fox 40 anchor Bethany Crouch, right, takes a selfie with co-hosts Cody Stark, left, and Courtney Dempsey during morning drive on CW31, Good Day Sacramento on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Sacramento. Former Fox 40 anchor Bethany Crouch works morning drive with co-anchor Ron Jones on CBS13 during her first week on the job after spending nearly 10 years at Fox 40 on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Sacramento. Former Fox 40 anchor Bethany Crouch works morning drive with co-anchor Ron Jones on CBS13 during her first week on the job after spending nearly 10 years at Fox 40 on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Sacramento. Former Fox 40 anchor Bethany Crouch works morning drive on CBS13 during her first week on the job after spending nearly 10 years at Fox 40 on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Sacramento. Former Fox 40 anchor Bethany Crouch works morning drive on CBS13 during her first week on the job after spending nearly 10 years at Fox 40 on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Sacramento. To get the scoop on Bethany Crouch, the beloved local TV journalist known for her infectious warmth and energy, you have to understand a few key parts of her life. Crouch, 35, created a stir in local TV news when she announced in mid-September that she was leaving the morning news program at Fox40 - without saying where she was going. Had she been sent packing? Was she unhappy? Did she decide to leave the business and try something else? Viewers wanted answers. It turns out, after nine-plus years at Fox40, her contract was up and she was looking for a change. A big part of that was something she craved - the chance to wake up later and know what it's like to enjoy something of a normal life. It may be lost on viewers, but to be upbeat and effusive at 5 a.m. doesn't just happen. Crouch had been waking up for years at 2:30 a.m., getting to work by 3:30 or 4 and then dialing up that smile and energy by 5. When she and her husband returned from their Hawaiian vacation in early October, Crouch was ready to announce she had accepted a position at CBS13 and sister station CW31. The new job would expand her duties in morning news, give her new challenges and, not to be overlooked, allow her to sleep in - until 4:30 a.m.! Her talent is to be kind and genuine and optimistic once the cameras are on. While most of us are loathing the rising sun and fumbling around for coffee or Red Bull, Crouch is in the studio acting as if today is the greatest day ever. "I'm a naturally energetic person. You get a cup of coffee in me and I'm extra energetic," she said after working a shift at her new job. Still, the hours are a challenge for Crouch and her husband, Stephen Leopold, a former Sacramento Kings executive who recently became vice president of sales for a Sacramento-based tech company, DialSource. Surely, Crouch's significant other sees the real Bethany she doesn't want anyone else to know about. It was no surprise when those who know her now learned Crouch took a year off between high school and college to travel and perform with Up With People, an international troupe focused on community service. Crouch visited 11 countries during her stint. Bethany Crouch and her husband, Stephen Leopold, share their affection for their 3-year-old Australian shepherd, Charlie, in the living room of their Sacramento home. Bethany Crouch and her husband, Stephen Leopold, share their affection for their 3-year-old Australian shepherd, Charlie, in the living room of their Sacramento home.


After departing Fox40, Bethany Crouch joins CBS13 and CW31 | The Sacramento Bee

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After departing Fox40, Bethany Crouch joins CBS13 and CW31
Bethany Crouch Bethany Crouch Courtesy of KMAX-TV When Bethany Crouch announced three weeks ago she was leaving Fox40, the morning new anchor's next move was something of a mystery. On Friday, just days before she was to start her new job, a short press release provided details. Crouch will be a morning news anchor and reporter at KOVR CBS13 and sister station KMAX-TV CW31. Her daily routine, starting Monday, will involve appearing on "CBS13 News This Morning," then as as anchor and reporter for "Good Day" on CW31. "We are very excited that Bethany chose to join our CBS and 'Good Day' family. Crouch was with Fox40 for nearly 10 years. In mid-September, she fought back tears when she told viewers on air she was leaving the station, but she gave no indication what she would be doing. On Twitter, she told one curious fan that "my contract ended & after almost a decade, I decided to branch out. After departing Fox40, Bethany Crouch joins CBS13 and CW31


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The evening gala will feature delicious food from Jackson Catering, beverages, music, and silent and live auction of juried artwork and other irresistible items with the charismatic David Sobon as auctioneer and Fox 40's Bethany Crouch.


Fox40 morning news anchor Bethany Crouch announces departure on air | The Sacramento Bee

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Fox40 morning news anchor Bethany Crouch announces departure on air
Bethany Crouch tweeted about her announcement with a photo of the Fox40 morning team. Bethany Crouch tweeted about her announcement with a photo of the Fox40 morning team. @Fox40beth screen image Bee Staff Fox40 morning news anchor Bethany Crouch announced Wednesday morning that she is leaving her Sacramento job for other pursuits. Crouch has been with the KTXL Fox40 team for more than nine years. She tweeted before the announcement that "change is in the air" and that she had "made a big life decision. On live TV and fighting back tears, Crouch praised her co-workers, but did not specifically say what she was going to do. She mentioned on air that her husband had accepted a new job, and she was going to "take a little time, try some new projects and get a little creative." "I love you so much," she told the Fox40 viewers.   Crouch is a Chapman University graduate. Fox40 morning news anchor Bethany Crouch announces departure on air


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