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In 2005, anchorwoman Andrea Jackson was handed a box of tapes featuring potential newsreaders for the show. The only one that caught her interest was Kia Malone's video. Malone was quickly hired and stayed with the show through numerous format changes, both anchoring and co-anchoring "The Daily Buzz" until her departure in 2012. See more »

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Walmart cat killing
6 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really enjoy The Daily Buzz. It is a great alternative news source, and I must say, nice and relaxed. Keep up the great work. This is an article that appeared last week. I was wondering if you could do a follow-up on it and determine if the manager was terminated.

Wal-Mart Workers Accused of Shooting Cat

Thursday, December 30, 2004

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Two Wal-Mart (search) employees who police say followed a MANAGERS ORDERS to shoot and kill a stray cat have been charged with federal animal cruelty. The men, both assistant managers at the Supercenter, were arrested and released after a court appearance Wednesday. Christopher Anderson, 29, and Jeffrey Hardin, 21, told police the store's manager ordered them to get rid of the animal that was living in a storage trailer behind their store. All managers potentially involved in the incident have been suspended without pay pending an internal investigation and could be fired, said Wal-Mart spokeswoman Sharon Weber. "We were outraged when we learned of this incident. This kind of action is completely inconsistent with the way we do business," she said. A truck driver who reported the incident said he saw store employees placing what he believed to be a dead animal in shrink wrap a day after he heard workers joking about shooting the cat. Store manager Darrel Weitzel told police he had told some of his employees to get a gun and get rid of the cat after attempts to coax it from the trailer failed, according to a police report.

Thanks again Daily Buzz

Sincerely, Loring Warner - Vero Beach, Fl.


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