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.
Also, Blackberg Creative is opening on the South Slope, Mindfulness Fest is coming to the UNCA campus and much more.
Sherrill Barber has been reporting Asheville-area news for WLOS for 37 years.
Youngdeer was also the grandson of a former principal chief of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians.
All is right again with the universe.
Viewers wonder why their anchor is off the air during sweeps.
Western North Carolina could get 8 to 10 inches of snow, according to some prediction models, or 4 to 6.
Two pro-police nonprofit organizations slammed reporter Emma Wright’s reporting on Twitter.
A press conference will follow the hour-long special.
The Asheville TV station is asking people to register and promises to share winnings of $10,000 or more with 13 randomly selected people.
WLOS reporter Mike Mason exposes fire code violations at local schools. It’s a report he’s done before, with impressive results.
WLOS meteorologist Julie Wunder has been back to work behind the scenes since Monday.
Thousands of WLOS viewers wonder how Julie Wunder is, and when she’ll return to deliver their TV weather.
President Obama plans to visit the Linamar plant on Wednesday about 11 a.m.
The town hall meeting will be held at the WNC Ag Center on Jan. 24.
WLOS TV reporter Mario Boone apologizes for taking to Twitter to talk smack about a subject he’s reporting on after she moons him.