Since taking over for Mike Avery on the Fox 17 Morning show last month, Ryan Cummings has used his social media accounts to give us a look behind the scenes of the morning newscast. Today he featured meteorologist Candace Monacelli and her tube sock hair bun hack.
Last week, we introduced you to Noah Ritter from Wilkes-Barre, Pa., who has since become known as the "Apparently Kid."
He was interviewed on the local TV news about his experience at the county fair and he flat out stole the show, dropping the word "apparently" about a dozen times in the minute-long interview.
Monday on "The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show," we checked out the video that's gone viral of a kid named Noah Ritter, from Wilkes-Barre, Pa., who was interviewed at the Wayne County Fair.
Noah stole the show (and the microphone) and dropped the word "apparently" a bunch of times. The Internet loves Noah and the hashtag #ApparentlyKid is blowing up.
This story is a case of bullying that was broadcast live in Wisconsin. A news anchor received an email from a viewer about how she is overweight and therefore setting a bad example for the community. The viewer had many things to say, including this "Surely you don't consider youself a suitable example for this community's young people, girls in particular." The anchor handled the sto
We all know the local news can be a crap shoot, but out of these crap shoots come some of the best live television bloopers. When a KARK production crew arrived to cover a fallen tree, they stumbled across a much more captivating story. A few moments into the interview, the old man being interviewed notices something unusual emerging from behind a bush in the distance.