“I think that’s a ‘yes,’ right?”
A body pulled from a New Jersey river Thursday was positively identified as David Bird, the Wall Street Journal reporter who went missing 14 months ago.
The network removed the embattled anchor’s name from its broadcast, website and social media pages. Lester Holt, who is filling in as anchor, said it has been a “difficult” situation.
Patrick Crawford was shot multiple times last month in front of the Texas station where he is employed. He returned to work on Monday weeks after being released from the hospital.
“Can you do me a favour?”
In an appearance on CNN Thursday, Mary Rezaian appealed directly to Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to release her son, Jason Rezaian, who has been held for nearly five months.
A Federal Bureau of Investigation agent pulled the ruse in order to capture a 15-year-old accused of making bomb threats in Seattle. The agency has employed similar tactics in the past.
Despite his prognosis, Dave Benton says he is at peace.
“Take a look at how deep this mud is, 4 feet in some areas,” Almaguer explained while standing in a massive pool of mud that had slid from a hillside.
Julie Tremmel, the same reporter behind the viral “what to do if a bear attacks” video, has now been dismissed for doing an on-air handstand.
He said he was quoting a high school soccer star who transferred after a bad experience with cliques.
Except for the use of the Oxford comma. Nobody will ever agree on that.
Well, at least he’s honest.
What to do if a bear attacks? This reporter tells all.
It’s fine to laugh. She’s okay.
He failed in getting the guy to say it, but succeeded in making him very uncomfortable.
That was it. Not “fine” or “good” or “spectacular” or “happy” or “sad” or “distressed” or “broken,” or “meh.” Just “alright.”
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It’s always so tricky producing those sidewalk cafe segments.
Someone find this man and give him his own show. He’s a little moody, sure, but so very accurate.
Reporter Meg Coyle for KING 5 in Seattle was reporting on sledding safety on Queen Anne Hill when a very unhappy woman called her out for being a “killjoy”. Seattle residents take their sledding very seriously.
A KING TV reporter in Seattle gets interrupted while covering a popular street closed for sledding. The news anchor has a good comeback, too.
She’s probably about 8 shots deep of Wild Turkey at this point.
I wish this reporter was my dad. At the very least, I wish this reporter was my reporter.
There’s really nothing more he could do in this situation but duck.
Not cool. For those of you who weren’t born in the Triassic as I was, Omar Sharif is an Oscar-nominated Egyptian actor who starred in “Lawrence of Arabia” and “Doctor Zhivago.” Omar Sharif is also apparently a huge prick.
WXIN Fox 59’s Ann Keil just got her
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