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    GOOD Morning America's Ginger Zee has shocked fans with her ageless appearance in side-by-side snaps. The meteorologist stirred chatter after posting photos of her donning the same ensemble, years apart. 5Fans shocked over Ginger Zee's ageless appearance after she shared snaps of her wearing the same dress, years apartCredit: Instagram/ginger_zee 5Fans gushed over her appearance saying she 'didn't age one bit'Credit: Getty On Tuesday, Ginger took to Instagram to boast about a dress she has repeatedly worn that still hasn't gone out of style. The post was a collage of three photos of the TV star rocking the wine-colored long-sleeved dress on numerous occasions. In the first snap, Ginger posed alongside her husband, Ben Aaron, in a throwback snap from before they tied the knot. She noted that the picture was taken in 2012, two years before the couple said, "I do." Read More on Ginger ZeeGINGER'S FIGHT GMA's Ginger Zee opens up about her medical diagnosis red alert Ginger Zee teases huge new project ‘months in the making’ after GMA absence The second photo showed the...
    ROB Marciano has finally resurfaced, as fans fear the meteorologist may be leaving his post at Good Morning America. But the popular weatherman may have added fuel to the fire with his appearance. 5Rob Marciano has been missing from the GMA desk for weeks nowCredit: Getty 5He popped up in a group photo with some of his former colleaguesCredit: Instagram/robertmarciano After seemingly disappearing from air for weeks now, the 54-year-old recently posted a new Instagram story, reuniting with some of his former co-workers at his old affiliate, KATU in Portland, Oregon. "25 yearish reunion," he captioned the post, revealing that he was in Lake Oswego, Oregon. That's quite far from Times Square, New York, where Good Morning America has continued without him. Rob has not been seen on GMA for several weeks now, as he has taken on new TV gigs and parental duties. READ MORE ROB MARCIANOSON-NY WEATHER GMA's Rob Marciano shares rare photos with son Mason, 4, amid secret divorceMORNING DRAMA Inside GMA's scandals of the year including Rob's divorce & Michael's absence The fan favorite used to...
    GOOD Morning America viewers slammed meteorologist Cheryl Scott's most recent weather broadcast after fans begged for the missing Rob Marciano back on the show. While wearing a bright pink dress, Cheryl, 34, teased the weather news in an Instagram Story. 5Cheryl Scot warned that a 'monsoon season' is in 'full effect'Credit: Instagram / Cheryl Scott 5Fans have complained about Cheryl Scott's 'screechy' voiceCredit: Instagram / Cheryl Scott The GMA meteorologist warned: "Monsoon season in full effect.  "Flash flooding's going to be a big concern. Wildfires as well continuing." The ABC star continued: "Beautiful weather in the north and east. More Good Morning AmericaSAVAGE! GMA fans call out host TJ Holmes for 'checking out' guest Megan Thee StallionTWERK IT OUT GMA producers slammed for 'editing' out Megan Thee Stallion's twerking "And also a science experiment this morning as well.  Cheryl closed with: "Hopefully, you will tune in." THE COMMENTS Unfortunately, viewers were not so thrilled with the TV star, especially since they have continued to demand the return of Rob, 54. One angry viewer tweeted: "I can't take the voice of this weekend meteorologist....
    After more than 50 years in the weather business, WNYT NewsChannel 13’s chief meteorologist, Bob Kovachick, is retiring. He made the announcement Friday, Aug. 5, during the station’s 4 p.m. broadcast. Kovachick briefly choked up as he began speaking, saying, "I don't know what to say and how to say it. Pardon me. I'm leaving channel 13. I'm retiring." He quickly regained his composure before again saying he was leaving after 40 plus years of "the highs and lows, mostly highs, a few lows meteorologically." “It’s just time to pull the plug and retire and enjoy the other aspects of my life,” Kovachick said. Watch video of the announcement below. Kovachick joined the WNYT team in April 1988 as the station’s chief meteorologist, according to his station bio. He launched his career at the Universal Weather Service in White Plains after obtaining a bachelor of science degree in meteorology from Lyndon State College in Vermont in 1971. “Bob has acquired years of valuable experience in meteorology through employment at the Universal Weather Service in White Plains NY, WTEN in Albany...
    GOOD Morning America meteorologist Rob Marciano’s wife, Eryn, has secretly filed for divorce after 11 years of marriage and two children together.  Rob, 54, has been absent from his weekend forecaster role on Good Morning America in recent months, as viewers have been concerned over his sudden disappearance.  5Rob Marciano's wife, Eryn, has filed for divorce after 11 years of marriageCredit: Getty 5The divorce comes amid Rob's hiatus from Good Morning America on the weekendsCredit: Getty The Sun can exclusively reveal Rob has been going through a secret divorce amid his hiatus.  Rob’s wife of 11 years, Eryn, filed for divorce on June 18, 2021, according to New York court records.  The online court docket confirms the case remains ongoing today, as a Trial Readiness Order was filed in May 2022.  Rob and Eryn married in November 2010 and share two children together, Madelynn, 10, and Mason, 4. Despite the divorce, the exes appear to be co-parenting amicably, as they took a trip to Walt Disney World with their kids over Spring Break in April, according to Rob's Instagram. The...
    METEOROLOGIST Adam Joseph works for ABC6 News and joined the Action News weather team in April 2005. Joseph continues to work with the team as the weekday meteorologist. 2Adam Joseph is the meteorologist for ABC6 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Who is Adam Joseph? Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Adam Joseph grew up knowing he wanted to be a meteorologist. His journey started in 1998 when he got his first on-air experience forecasting the weather on LSC-TV. Joseph was still attending Lyndon State College when he got the job, and two years later graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. After graduation, his career led him to West Virginia where he became the chief meteorologist for WBOY-TV. READ MORE ON THE US SUNMUM'S THE WORD I had a surrogate baby - it took his family two years to take him homeWHO'S THE DADDY My husband found the ideal child to adopt, then I found out who the dad was He eventually moved to ABC6 in 2005 as the weekend meteorologist and worked his way up to the primetime weekday slot. Joseph's Facebook page...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A longtime member of our ABC7 family has passed away.Retired ABC7 Meteorologist Joel Bartlett died Thursday night at his home in Santa Rosa. He was surrounded by family and the animals he loved.He joined the air force in the 1960's where he became a meteorologist.Bartlett went on to become a familiar face in the Bay Area where he brought us the weather for more than three decades. If you're on the ABC7 News app, click here to watch liveHe first worked at KPIX for 14 years, then 17 years at KGO-TV.This passed Wednesday, Mayor London Breed proclaimed it "Joel Bartlett Day" in San Francisco.ABC7 Meteorologist Mike Nicco said on Twitter, "We miss you Joel."San Francisco Mayor London Breed declared yesterday Joel Bartlett day. We did our best to honor him. What is your favorite Joel Bartlett moment?We miss you Joel.https://t.co/0jW48IYURD @DanAshleyABC7 @abc7newsbayarea— Mike Nicco (@MikeNiccoABC7) April 1, 2022After retiring in 2006, Bartlett dedicated his time to helping charities in the North Bay.Joel Bartlett was 81 years old.
    BOSTON (CBS) – We are incredibly sad to report the loss of a member of our WBZ family. Mish Michaels, who was part of our weather team for 7 years, has passed away. Mish was a friendly, reliable, curious meteorologist who loved science. She began forecasting weather in the 1990s and joined us here at WBZ in 2001. Mish chased tornadoes, flew into hurricanes, and brightened our lives – always sharing her enthusiasm for science and weather. To us, she was a friend. But Mish was so much more. In a statement posted on Facebook, Mish’s husband called her a devoted mother, wife, daughter, auntie, friend, and stellar equestrian. Mish had the ability to brighten up every room she entered, and we at WBZ are sending her family our love. In the words of Mish’s friend and colleague, WBZ-TV Executive Weather Producer Terry Eliasen: For the first time in my 20 years at WBZ, I sit at my keyboard not knowing what to write. I feel like I could type a 1,000 page novel but yet I have no words....
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- From Reggie Aqui being asked out live on the air, to Jobina Fortson getting engaged, and Amy Hollyfield taking one of the shadiest shots ever at the Dodgers -- here's a look back at the top moments from the ABC7 Mornings team of 2021!"Reggie, what is your story?" In a first for the ABC7 Mornings team, Anchor Reggie Aqui was asked out during a live interview. Asking me out on TV? Iconic. ‘I like your…shirt’ pic.twitter.com/yxS3t0Lmvv— Reggie Aqui He/Him (@reggieaqui) November 10, 2021"Oh look...the Dodgers are here." ABC7 Mornings reporter Amy Hollyfield threw major shade at the Dodgers when they, err a garbage truck, arrived at Oracle Park.‘Oh look…the Dodgers are here’ Ice. Cold. @amyhollyfield @SFGiants #OrangeOctober #ResilientSF @abc7newsbayarea pic.twitter.com/DBVRRhBUec— Reggie Aqui He/Him (@reggieaqui) October 14, 2021Reggie and Phil welcomed the adorable Rooster to the family!Announcement: We have a Rooster. pic.twitter.com/fb5vRHWebN— Reggie Aqui He/Him (@reggieaqui) November 5, 2021ABC7 Mornings Anchor Kumasi Aaron was honored to be featured in The Sun Reporter, San Francisco's oldest Black Newspaper, for Women's History month! Meteorologist Mike Nicco celebrated 15...
    Doug Hill, a meteorologist in the D.C. area for more than 30 years, died Monday, WJLA said. Longtime D.C.-area meteorologist Doug Hill has died. (WTOP/File) Hill spent more than 17 years at WJLA and more than 15 years on WTOP before retiring to North Carolina with his wife, Mary Ann, in 2017. His good friend, WJLA meteorologist Steve Rudin, told WTOP that Hill was a fiercely private person, was “living his best life” and passed after a short illness. Just before 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rudin on the air called Hill “a former colleague, mentor and friend” and described him as “the best of the best – one of the most popular and familiar faces on local television.” Rudin added that “Doug lived modestly [and] donated generously, especially to causes to end food insecurity. He adored his family. … May his memory be a blessing.” Hill was an Air Force veteran and a Prince George’s County, Maryland, police officer before becoming a broadcaster. He began his TV career in Richmond in 1978, with a stint in Detroit in the 1980s before...
    GRAPEVINE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – This week’s Gardening 101 is about a talk I gave to the Grapevine Garden Club. The club has been around since 1932, the talk I did on September 28 was at their first meeting since the COVID-19 pandemic started. READ MORE: 'I Do Not Wish That On Anyone': Mother Of North Texas Child Hospitalized With COVID-19 Shares StoryMy talk was centered on how the changing climate in North Texas is changing the way we garden. The average temperature around most of the globe is getting warmer, DFW is no exception. This warming trend manifests itself in several ways; from a longer growing season to bigger rain events to more extreme weather events. The weather record for the Metroplex goes back to 1898. Records are meant to be broken, but we’ve broken more than our fair share since the start of the new century. Just look at the list below of what has happened just in the last ten years. (credit: Jeff Ray) I shared with my fellow gardeners what I’ve been doing in my...
    A PETITION has been launched to reinstate a long standing meteorologist after she cried in her leaving video and told fans "no station would hire me." Weather reporter Kelly Bates announced she had left NBC affiliate WJAR-10, which broadcasts from  Rhode Island, after 17 years. 3Kelly Bates tearfully announced she had left NBC affiliate WJAR-10Credit: TikTok 3Bates said she was 'unable to continue working at NBC 10 under existing arrangements'Credit: Twitter Bates told The Boston Globe she was "unable to continue working at NBC 10 under existing arrangements." She added: "Leaving this job was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make. I loved my job at NBC 10 and it makes me profoundly sad to leave it after 17 years." 'INSULTING' OFFER A source told the paper the deal she was offered was "insulting." Union rep Fletcher Fischer said: "People have to be able to pay their bills. And [Bates] wanted to be treated fairly." The network said Bates "ultimately decided it was time to move on and elected not to renew her contract with us."...
    (CNN)Retired Navy meteorologist Paul Grisham had long forgotten the wallet he lost while stationed in Antarctica in 1968, so he was surprised when someone returned it to him two weeks ago -- 53 years later.He was also surprised by how young he looked at his old ID card that was tucked inside.Travel to Antarctica during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go"It brought back memories, oh yeah. I had dark brown hair at the time," the 91-year-old said with a laugh.Grisham said somebody found the wallet while demolishing some old buildings at McMurdo Station, including the building where he lived from 1967 to 1968.Paul Grisham holds the Navy ID card and the wallet he lost 53-years ago.The worn wallet is a time capsule of the 13 long months Grisham served in the Antarctic -- or "The Ice," as they called it. It held a beer ration card with 21 punches left, his motor vehicle operator's license, and a card with instructions for what to do in the event of a nuclear, chemical or biological attack.Read More"Thank God it...
    Paul Grisham's wallet was missing for so long at the bottom of the world he forgot all about it. Fifty-three years later, the 91-year-old San Diego man has the billfold back along with mementos of his 13-month assignment as a Navy meteorologist on Antarctica in the 1960s. 'I was just blown away,' Grisham told The San Diego Union-Tribune after the wallet was returned on Saturday. 'There was a long series of people involved who tracked me down and ran me to ground.' Paul Grisham and his wife Carole Salazar look over his wallet and the items that were inside when he lost the wallet back 1968 while stationed in Antarctica as a meteorologist Paul Grisham, as pictured on his Navy ID card at the age of 38  The wallet contained his Navy ID card, driver license, a pocket reference card on what to do during atomic, biological and chemical attack, a beer ration punch card, a tax withholding statement and receipts for money orders sent to his wife. Grisham, who was raised in Douglas, Arizona, enlisted in the Navy...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Longtime meteorologist Jerry Taft has died. He gave his final forecast the night he retired from Chicago’s ABC 7. Taft spent more than 40 years predicting the weather on Chicago television stations. Shortly after retiring in 2018, he took up a job as an Uber driver in Florida. He died last night at his home in Florida. Always a good time when weather pals from all over Chicago get together! Jerry we will miss your stories and all the laughs we’ve shared over the years. @cbschicago @MarchofDimesIL @ABC7Chicago @TracyButlerABC7 @TammieSouza @AliciaRomanNBC @SchwarzABC7 @KyeMartinNBC @jerrytaft pic.twitter.com/Y1JzcJ7LHz — Mary Kay Kleist (@MaryKayKleist) July 24, 2020 taft was 77 years old.  
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- ABC7 Chicago colleagues are remembering former meteorologist Jerry Taft for his sense of humor, his ability to poke fun at his own mistakes and his unique laugh.Taft, who served as an ABC7 meteorologist for over three decades, died peacefully Thursday night. He was 77.RELATED: Jerry Taft, ABC7 meteorologist for 33 years, dies at 77Jerry had retired in 2018, announcing he was ready to spend more time with his family and play golf in Florida. Jerry is survived by his wife Shana and his children Skylar, Storm, Dana and Jay.When Jerry came to ABC7, he was part of the first morning show with Alan Krashesky."What made him so likeable to so many of us is that whenever he made a mistake on the air, whenever he had that laughter, and sometimes a laughing fit for us on the air, you couldn't help but find, and relate to him and say, 'I just want to hang with this guy,'" Krashesky said.Jerry Taft Remembrance: Looking back at when he burst into uncontrollable laughterEMBED More News Videos "Nothing tripped him...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Jerry Taft, who served as a meteorologist at ABC7 for 33 years before retiring in January 2018, died peacefully Thursday night surrounded by family members. He was 77 years old.Jerry is survived by his wife Shana and his children Skylar, Storm, Dana and Jay.While reflecting on his career when he retired from ABC7, Jerry said he did not intend to become a television meteorologist and became interested in meteorology from flying airplanes.He was a captain in the Air Force in Texas when he took the local weatherman in San Antonio up for a publicity flight for the military. Then, that weatherman turned the tables and put Jerry on the air.RELATED: Reflecting on ABC7 meteorologist Jerry Taft's 33-year careerEMBED More News Videos (1 of 8) Watch Jerry Taft's final forecast on ABC7. "They said we'll give you fourteen-fifty. I figured $1,450 a month, bought new suits. It was $14.50 a show. Got my first check, it was $62," he said.Jerry was well-known for his sense of humor and his ability to laugh at mistakes.Jerry's colleagues at...
    Fb Jerry Taft. Former meteorologist Jerry Taft, who labored at ABC7 Chicago for over 30 years, has died at 77-years-old. The Chicago station reported that Taft “died peacefully” Thursday evening whereas surrounded by relations. Taft started working for ABC7 in 1984 and retired in Januay 2018. We’re mourning the lack of Jerry Taft, who served as a meteorologist at ABC7 for 33 years. He was 77. https://t.co/awHmYfm2EA — ABC 7 Chicago (@ABC7Chicago) July 24, 2020 Colleagues and different broadcast personalities took to social media early Friday morning to share their tributes. His identify is presently trending on Twitter. “I had the privilege of working alongside aspect him for greater than 20 years,” FOX 32 meteorologist Mike Caplan wrote on Fb. “His infectious giggle and frequent giggles on air have been legendary and endeared him to his viewers and associates.” Tracy Butler, the station’s present meteorologist, tweeted, “It’s with a really heavy coronary heart that I share the passing of our expensive Jerry Taft with you. Jerry was instrumental in my coming to...
    Facebook Jerry Taft. Former meteorologist Jerry Taft, who worked at ABC7 Chicago for over 30 years, has died at 77-years-old. The Chicago station reported that Taft “died peacefully” Thursday night while surrounded by family members. Taft began working for ABC7 in 1984. Colleagues and other broadcast personalities took to social media early Friday morning to share their tributes. “I had the privilege of working along side him for more than 20 years,” FOX 32 meteorologist Mike Caplan said in a Facebook post Friday morning. “His infectious laugh and frequent giggles on air were legendary and endeared him to his audience and friends.”
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