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Sun-Sentinel
WTVJ anchor Bob Mayer still in front of the camera. Have you spotted him?Bob Mayer retired from WTVJ-Ch. 6’s anchor chair in 2010. But he’s still playi
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Bob Mayer retired from WTVJ-Ch. 6’s anchor chair in 2010. But he’s still playing a broadcaster in TV and movie roles. “I am not an actor, but those parts, I know them well,” said Mayer, 70, who is best known for delivering news on the NBC-owned and... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
South Florida high school basketball star shot deaddescribed by some as a “basketball prodigy” was shot in Miami’s Overtown neighb
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 4 days ago
described by some as a “basketball prodigy” was shot in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood. The shooting details remain unknown, WTVJ reported. >> Man arrested on attempted murder charges in Boynton shooting Nicholas played basketball his whole life,... Read more
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Zero Hedge
She's Back! La Niña Is Here For The Second Consecutive Yearsea surface temperatures in the region (just stated) decline by 0.5 degrees Cel
Zero Hedge / Posted 7 days ago
sea surface temperatures in the region (just stated) decline by 0.5 degrees Celsius. John Morales‏, Chief Meteorologist WTVJ NBC-6 Miami, shows the progression of cool water over the equatorial Pacific Ocean responsible for La Niña... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Florida woman burns son’s hand on hot stove to punish himwork, police said Rebolledo told them she “could not take it any more” and need
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 7 days ago
work, police said Rebolledo told them she “could not take it any more” and needed a “more extreme form of punishment,” WTVJ reported. >> Read more trending news While in Miami-Dade bond court Saturday, Judge Ariana Fajardo Orshan took... Read more
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ajc.com
Florida woman burns son’s hand on hot stove to punish himwork, police said Rebolledo told them she “could not take it any more” and need
ajc.com / Posted 7 days ago
work, police said Rebolledo told them she “could not take it any more” and needed a “more extreme form of punishment,” WTVJ reported. While in Miami-Dade bond court Saturday, Judge Ariana Fajardo Orshan took Rebolledo, who’s originally from... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Florida woman burns son’s hand on hot stove to punish himwork, police said Rebolledo told them she “could not take it any more” and need
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 8 days ago
work, police said Rebolledo told them she “could not take it any more” and needed a “more extreme form of punishment,” WTVJ reported. While in Miami-Dade bond court today, Judge Ariana Fajardo Orshan took Rebolledo, who’s originally from... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Mary Nissenson, former TV reporter left in chronic pain after facelift surgery, diesa shame. I think she could have done much more with her life than she ultimatel
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
a shame. I think she could have done much more with her life than she ultimately did.” Nissenson left Channel 2 to join WTVJ-TV in Miami in 1980 as a reporter and documentarian, where she covered big stories like rioting, the Mariel boatlift and... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Florida man accused of killing three left bloody message next to dead bodythree homeless people in Broward County, but confessed to a detective that his
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 9 days ago
three homeless people in Broward County, but confessed to a detective that his plan was to kill five people, according to WTVJ. Authorities say that Petgrave shot and killed 65-year-old Larry Scott in Lauderhill on Oct. 20, killed 50-year-old... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
WTVJ-Ch. 6's Marissa Bagg welcomes a baby girlof Florida, married last year at Trinity Cathedral in Miami. Bagg, a CrossFit
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
of Florida, married last year at Trinity Cathedral in Miami. Bagg, a CrossFit enthusiast, was recently featured in a WTVJ story about South Florida women who work out while nine-months pregnant. Bagg was seen working out on her due date. The... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
New role for Keith Jones at Miami's WTVJ-Ch. 6Keith is the perfect person to replace Adam Kuperstein as 4 p.m. anchor and lea
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
Keith is the perfect person to replace Adam Kuperstein as 4 p.m. anchor and lead of our sports coverage.” Jones joined WTVJ in 2012 after working three years at Tampa’s CBS affiliate WTSP-Ch. 10. He’s a broadcast journalism graduate of Barry... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
How to watch, listen to Dolphins-RaidersMyers, Fla. – WBBH-TV (NBC 20) Gainesville, Fla. – WNBW-DT (NBC 9) Jacksonvil
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 15 days ago
Myers, Fla. – WBBH-TV (NBC 20) Gainesville, Fla. – WNBW-DT (NBC 9) Jacksonville, Fla. – WTLV (NBC 12) Miami, Fla. – WTVJ (NBC 6) Orlando, Fla. – WESH (NBC 2) Panama City, Fla – WJHG-TV (NBC 7) Tampa, Fla. – WFLA-TV (NBC 8) Statewide... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Sculpture of afro pick unveiled in South Floridaof the community at the Town Center Apartments in Opa-Locka, depicts the handle
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 30 days ago
of the community at the Town Center Apartments in Opa-Locka, depicts the handle of the pick as a closed fist, according to WTVJ. “I wanted to put something in the public that forced people to ask questions. ‘Why is this important to someone? Why... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
'On Your Feet!' musical's Ana Villafañe to perform with Miami Symphony Orchestra on Oct. 20when Emilio Estefan Jr. asked her to perform for the concert, “I was like absol
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
when Emilio Estefan Jr. asked her to perform for the concert, “I was like absolutely yes. It was no question,’’ she told WTVJ-Ch. 6’s “6in the Mix’’ show recently. "A) It’s home. B) It’s Emilio, so it’s family. And C) I get to perform with the... Read more

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