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CNN’s Sara Sidner Drops Bullet Proof Vest for a Desk

01-19-2022

CNN national and international correspondent Sara Sidner announced January 14, 2022, that she will be giving up the flack jacket for a suit and desk at the new CNN+ streaming service that is scheduled to launch this Spring. What you may not recall is that for the decade ending on 28 December 2010, CNN+ was a Spanish-language news station, a joint venture with Sogecable and Turner Broadcasting. Sara Sidner’s new role has not been announced as of today, but it will be […]

CNN national and international correspondent Sara Sidner announced January 14, 2022, that she will be […]


Keisha Burns

Keisha Burns Leaves NBC (KXAS) 5

01-18-2022

Weather woman Keisha Burns announced Monday, January 17, 2022, that she was leaving NBC 5 after nearly five years in the Dallas / Fort Worth metro. Burns made the announcement on her Facebook page saying, “I’ll miss my news family, but looking forward to what’s to come.” She was last on the morning show on Friday, January 14 for her normal Today show appearance. Keisha Burns Career History Keisha Burns arrived at KXAS in February 2017 after spending seven years […]

Weather woman Keisha Burns announced Monday, January 17, 2022, that she was leaving NBC 5 […]


Wayne Slater Dies in Car Crash

12-30-2021

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is reporting that Wayne Slater, a former Dallas Morning News Austin bureau chief and senior political writer died in a car crash on Monday, December 20, 2021, near Florance, in Williamson County, north of Austin. Slater, who notably covered the Texas Governors race between Anne Richards and George W. Bush spent almost thirty years working in Austin on behalf of the Morning News. In addition to his career in journalism, Slater also co-wrote two books about […]

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is reporting that Wayne Slater, a former Dallas Morning News Austin […]




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