Tappy Phillips has been a reporter for New York's WABC-TV station since 1996, but she announced today that she's saying goodbye to her journalist lifestyle. The network ran a segment devoted to the service she's provided the city and the industry today, calling her a "crusader for consumers." Phillips came to Eyewitness News in 1985, and she became known for her knack for breaking news. As a journalist for ABC's 7 on Your Side, she helped recover thousands of money -- and other forms of...Read Full Story
Tappy Phillips (born February 5, 1948) was an Emmy Award-winning correspondent for ABC News and reporter for WABC-TV. On November 20, 2009, she announced her retirement. Find more news and articles about Tappy Phillips here.