Alexandra Pierce, Zak Dahlheimer exit KESQ

Alexandra Pierce and Zak Dahlheimer have announced they have departed from local Palm Springs television station KESQ.

Pierce, who had been anchoring weekend mornings and exited the station at the end of May, posted on Instagram that she will be working with the Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau and appearing in weekly Instagram stories.

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Dahlheimer, who anchored his last evening newscast on May 25, announced on Facebook that he has taken a reporter position with WNCN CBS 17 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Pierce had been with KESQ and Local 2 since April, 2015. Dahlheimer joined the television station in March, 2016.