Hurricane Irma is one of the strongest storms ever recorded. The Category 5 hurricane has been steadily swirling over islands in the Caribbean and moving toward Puerto Rico and Florida. President Trump has already declared a state of emergency in Florida, Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands. At present, Irma is expected to reach Florida on Sunday, with severe flooding anticipated.
The coverage can bring new attention to some of the TV journalists attempting to bring details of the weather to viewers. CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell gained some notice for her recent work on the ground in Texas covering Harvey’s aftermath, as
The Weather Channel early Friday morning — at 5 a.m. Et — launched live coverage of the storm and expected to continue that programming until further notice. The network said it had deployed ten crews, with anchors Jim Cantore and Paul Goodloe stationed in the Corpus Christi area; Jen Carfagno placed in Houston; Mike Seidel embedded in the Port Lavaca/Victoria area; and Maria Larosa in San Antonio.
CNN said Nick Valenica and Martin Savidge were stationed in Corpus Christi; Polo Sandoval and Derek Van Dam were positioned in San Antonio; Ed Lanvadera was on the ground in Galveston; and Rosa Flores was reporting from Houston. Meteorologist
Dean, 46, said she had already been using Botox to smooth wrinkles on her forehead — “Believe me when I tell you if you don’t see wrinkles on someone over the age of 45 it’s not because they have a great new face cream!” she wrote in a blog post — but wanted to do something to smooth her neck, a body part she had been self-concious about for most of her life.
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) January 4, 2017
Megyn Kelly addressed her departure from Fox News during Tuesday’s broadcast of her show, The Kelly File.
The journalist, whose last day on Fox will be Friday, explained that her decision to exit was fueled by a need for more “human connection.”
“This was a tough decision for me because I love this show, our staff, my crew, my colleagues here at Fox, and you. All of you,” Kelly, 46, began her speech.
“Now I don’t actually know most of you,
Following the announcement Tuesday morning that the Kelly File anchor would be leaving her post at Fox News for a new role at NBC, the Today co-host congratulated the Settle for More author on her new position and welcomed her to the network where Kelly will soon soon join her as a colleague.
“Big welcome to @megynkelly – awesome get for @NBCNews!! May I not be nine months pregnant in the next picture we take side-by-side!” Guthrie, 45, tweeted alongside a photo of Kelly
Pelley will anchor his Thursday-night broadcast from West Palm Beach. The hurricane is expected to be one of the most powerful in a decade.
A team of correspondents will contribute to CBS News’ coverage from across the Southeast, the Atlantic Coast and the Caribbean. CBS News Correspondents Manuel Bojorquez and Mark Strassmann are reporting from Florida. Omar Villafranca is in the Bahamas. Errol Barnett is in Georgia, and Jericka Duncan is in South Carolina. Kris Van Cleave will cover the storm’s impact on travel, and Wbz Chief Meteorologist Eric Fisher is tracking the storm.
CBS News will have coverage of the storm all day on Cbsn.
Just as surprisingly, she says she wouldn’t brawl with a certain Democratic presidential candidate if she landed an exclusive with her. “I think Hillary Clinton could handle me — easily,” Kelly says on a recent afternoon in her Manhattan office. “That would be epic television,
2 a.m. MSNBC reports amazing numbers from the Minnesota Senate race. With 89% of precincts reporting, Norm Coleman leads Al Franken by 172 votes -- 1,048,956 to 1,048,784. (Read more about Franken's too-close-to-call race)
1:03 a.m. Ktla cuts from its election coverage to show breaking news of a high-speed pursuit.
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