UPDATE: Former Fox 2 Detroit Reporter Andrea Isom is now on Crime Watch Daily\r\nSOUTHFIELD, MI - Andrea Isom submitted her immediate resignation from WJBK, Fox 2 News Detroit, effective January 7th, 2015.\r\nTongues are wagging across metro Detroit with word that Andrea Isom is the latest to leave Fox 2 Detroit.\r\nEvery Detroiter has to be wondering and asking what is going on over at WJBK?\u00a0 Fox 2 has lost some of the best talent in their arsenal of reporters.\r\nLike her or not, Andrea Isom had a very distinctive way of delivering a story 'On the Edge'.\u00a0 Her delivery was always extremely interesting.\u00a0 She makes you pay attention to what she wants the viewer to know.\r\nDeadline Detroit quotes a memo from Kevin Roseborough,\u00a0Fox 2 News Director, to the staff,\u00a0 said he \u00a0wished her "the very best." \u00a0He said she had "resigned effective immediately to pursue opportunities outside local news business."\r\nAndrea posted to her Facebook page the following:\r\n\r\nThis is not easy...but I have decided to say farewell to Fox 2 News. The Fox 2 Family will always hold a special place in my heart and I truly mean that. Thank you for ALWAYS allowing me to be me! It has been a tremendous honor and an overwhelming blessing to be a reporter in Detroit. I never took that responsibility lightly. I have so much respect for the people of this great city. You show compassion, strength and incredible resilience at every turn. It has been my absolute privilege to tell your stories. I have been touched, inspired and encouraged by so many Metro Detroiters...you truly are one of a kind. My journey here has been remarkable...and that is because of you Detroit! Thank you, thank you, thank you for letting me be a part of your lives. Now, it is time for me to tackle whatever lies ahead. I know I can face anything with the spirit of DETROIT in my blood!\r\nI love you all...Tonight and every night.... ON THE EDGE!\r\nThe following is a list of personalities that have bolted for the door besides Andrea. The list is in no particular order:\r\n\r\n\r\n\tAlan Lee announced at the end of the morning news on July 8th, 2014, that he would be leaving the Fox 2 family to pursue his dream of becoming a full-time author.\r\n\tBen Bailey took over for Chuck Gaidica on Channel 4 as Chief Meteorologist.\r\n\tKam Carman left abruptly in October of 2014.\u00a0 Her departure was very odd.\u00a0 It is still unclear if she left on her own or was let go.\u00a0 She had been with WJBK for 24 years.\u00a0 She can be heard over at 100.3 WNIC with Jay Towers Morning show.\r\n\tRobin Schwartz exited Fox 2 on October 12th, 2014 to take a position with Bedrock Real Estate Services.\r\n\tBrad Edwards left state and went to another network\r\n\tRonnie Dahl left and made the jump to WXYZ\r\n\tAlexis Wiley left Fox 2 in January of 2104 to go to work in Mayor Mike Duggan\u2019s administration.\r\n\tSimon Shaykhet left Fox 2 for a position as the FBI spokesman in Detroit.\u00a0 He held that position for about a year and a half.\u00a0 He then left the FBI and went back to reporting with WXYZ.\r\n\tJackie Paige had went from being in front of the cameras to working behind the scenes in the studios.\u00a0 She is now WWJ Newsradio 950?s mid-day anchor on weekdays.\r\n\tLila Lazarus had been with WJBK and then she was gone.\u00a0 Reports are that Lila's contract was not renewed by WJBK\r\n\tFanchon Stinger was an anchor at Fox 2 until she became associated with the Detroit City Council scandal involving a multimillion dollar waste contract.\u00a0 Fox 2 suspended her.\r\n\tCharles Pugh was an anchor at Fox 2.\u00a0 He resigned and was elected to the Detroit City Council.\u00a0 He became the President of the Detroit City Council based on the amount of votes that he received in the general election.\u00a0 His life imploded when he became linked to a sex scandal involving a minor.\r\n\tJustin Ryan left Fox 2 and went to New York.\u00a0 It seems he also has multiple personalities.\u00a0 In Detroit he was known as Justin Ryan.\u00a0 He now has a new Jewish name of Justin Goldstein.\r\n\tNo list like this would be complete if the beloved Al Allen was not included.\u00a0 Al Allen retired in December of 2012.\u00a0 Al is one of those in the history of news reporting in Detroit who is legendary.\u00a0 Just mention his name to those who watched him on air for the many years that he was at WJKB and you will immediately see a smile.\u00a0 Very few people can say that they do not miss seeing him on air.\r\n\r\nEvery business has turnover but the mass exodus from Fox 2 in recent months of their reporting talent has and is more than noticeable.\r\nAs for the viewers, there are those who wonder aloud and in quiet speculation about those who they came to depend on to deliver a daily dose of news. Where did they go?\u00a0 Why did they really leave?\u00a0 Where will they show up next? And who is next to eye up the exit sign at Fox 2 studios in Southfield?\r\nStay tuned.\u00a0 We too are wondering the same exact things as you are.\r\nMIHeadlines wishes\u00a0Andrea Isom the best in her new endeavor - whatever that might be.