Vegas Co-Anchors Have their Marriage Annulled


If you believe in newsroom love stories, then you might not want to read this story.

Jim Snyder and Jessica Moore, the evening co-anchor team at NBC affiliate KSNV in Las Vegas have confirmed their August marriage was annulled in November.

They remain co-Anchors, but not husband and wife.

The Las Vegas Review Journal says that the two were paired as anchors in the spring of 2012, two years after her arrival from Louisville, Ky.

Snyder and Moore were married Aug. 24 in an elaborate ceremony at a 19th century winery in Northern California.

When asked about the split, Snyder responded by saying Moore would be sending a “mutual statement.”

Moore’s email read: “With shared sadness we can confirm that our marriage was annulled late last year.

“In the months since, we have chosen to go through this transition in our personal lives privately.

“Our professional partnership remains as strong as ever. We still care for each other very much, and look forward to working as a team every night for many years to come.”

Their courtship was marked by a series of grand romantic gestures, from their first ride (to Red Rock Canyon in his white 1968 convertible Pontiac Firebird) to a sunset proposal (from a suite at Red Rock Resort with 100 white roses at their feet).

The wedding took place in a cave where monks started the Testarossa Winery in 1888. Moore’s 3-carat wedding ring was surrounded by 52 smaller diamonds.

Snyder admitted to having a hopeless romantic streak. It surfaced early in the relationship when he gave Moore a promise ring in the shape of a Firebird emblem on her 30th birthday.

“It’s something from days gone by,” he said at the time, referring to the ring. “She knows I have to do things a little creative and different.”

But in the end it didn't last.