Wendy Rieger Dies Due to Cancer

Wendy Rieger was born in Norfolk, studied at American University, and then started as an actress at Tidewater.

He turned to a career in radio and, in 1988, began working at NBC4, then on CNN.

Last December, he retired after 33 years on NBC4. On Monday she was 66 years old.

Wendy Rieger, who worked as a news anchor and reporter for a long time at NBC4, died Saturday after fighting glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer.

Wendy Rieger had undergone open-heart surgery in 2020 before being diagnosed with a brain tumor

Rieger wrote a note to his work family a few months ago on NBC4: “As you know, I have lived my life big and loud