Blunt wrote in a Facebook post that he was assured he had done nothing to trigger the sudden elimination of his job.
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More than 8,000 people have signed a Change.org online petition calling for the firing of WLOS reporter Kimberly King.
Emert is leaving the Atlanta station that former WLOSer Mike Mason just joined. Weird.
Gannett environmental reporter Tonya Maxwell will replace Ostendorff as the Citizen-Times’ investigative reporter.
Sherrill Barber has been reporting Asheville-area news for WLOS for 37 years.
The Asheville TV station is asking people to register and promises to share winnings of $10,000 or more with 13 randomly selected people.
King’s reporting has garnered several high-profile awards.
Reporter Evan Donovan and investigative reporter Mike Mason are the newest to join WLOS-TV Channel 13.
WLOS meteorologist Julie Wunder has been back to work behind the scenes since Monday.
The television meteorologist reports that her sinus surgery was a success.
Thousands of WLOS viewers wonder how Julie Wunder is, and when she’ll return to deliver their TV weather.
The town hall meeting will be held at the WNC Ag Center on Jan. 24.
WLOS just lost its best reporter. Russ Bowen announced his move on Facebook Thursday night.
The WLOS vehicle is loaded with no less than six cameras.
Ashlea Surles joins WLOS from
Here’s the tidbit from The Charlotte Observer’s Mark Washburn: Many changes at WCNC (Channel 36). Sports director Greg Bailey is leaving after five years to return to his home state of Texas as sports director at the ABC station in Houston. Reporter Greg Argos has left for the CBS station in Phoenix. Anjanette Flowers moves from mornings to anchor of[Read More…]
After missing weeks of appearances due to an undisclosed illness, the longtime WLOS news anchor is back.
Fans of longtime WLOS television news anchor Darcel Grimes have noted Grime’s absence from local newscasts. On Thursday, Grimes posted an update on WLOS’s page on Facebook: “I appreciate the concern regarding my absence from the Newscasts. I am recovering from an illness. My doctors say I am improving. I look forward to being back on the air soon. Thanks[Read More…]
From a segment that aired Thursday at 6:40 a.m.: Mom gives moonshine a classy makeover, the story behind Troy Ball and her small-batch, craft moonshine made in Asheville. Troy and Sons is the brand for white whiskey produced by Asheville Distilling Company–a small-batch distillery making legal moonshine from an heirloom variety of North Carolina corn that dates back to the[Read More…]
Here’s what Asheville Citizen-Times reporter John Boyle reports regarding no more Charu Kumharia on WLOS: It sounds like Charu is a full-time mom these days. The baby boy came Jan. 21, and Charu and hubby sound like they’re on cloud nine, although they could probably use a good nap like all new parents. As far as returning to the station,[Read More…]
The Rev. Billy Graham was admitted to Mission Hospital last week, and he remains there as he gets checked out for possible pneumonia. Over the weekend, Charlotte TV station WBTV reported Graham was dead. From the Charlotte Observer: WBTV (Channel 3) apologized Saturday to the Rev. Billy Graham after the station erroneously reported the evangelist’s death. Around 6:30 a.m. Saturday,[Read More…]
WLOS has hired a new reporter. His name is Mario Boone and comes from the CBS affiliate in Knoxville. More: MARIO BOONE is a North Carolina native who is happy to be working in his home state. He joins News 13 from the CBS affiliate in Knoxville, TN where he served as the Cops and Courts Beat reporter. One of[Read More…]
Asheville Citizen-Times’answer man, reports: “I am pregnant,” said Kumarhia, who’s been with WLOS almost 10 years. “This is our first child, and I did have a rough start with the pregnancy.” Kumarhia, who is due in late January, has asthma and had some trouble with a severe attack early in the pregnancy while covering a story. Her doctor recommended she[Read More…]