owners big on new trucks, deduction the owners
of new and used full-size pickups, SUVs and vans to deduct up to 100
percent of the cost of their vehicles in the first year that they
put them into service.
in San Diego, Texas water tank may be terrorism, police say
disgusting popup ads are being battled
cancels trip to supply Hubble, sealing its early doom
blue catfish caught in Lake Texoma
Texas commuter train effort chugging along slowly
Texas green cemetery open near Huntsville
gets probation for faking cancer and taking donations
eye surgery booms among troops
Encore by popular demand
Trojan TV commercials 1
photo removed Wednesday Oct 22, 2014
Bosley, WKBN-TV anchor, Youngstown, Ohio, was fired after
photos showed her in a "wet T-shirt contest" while
vacationing in Key West with her husband.
TV News Director on firing Bosley HERE
Photos of the wet T-shirt contest HERE
and E get Hero Award for finding photos!
The diatribe written by Coursen (WKBN news director) on Boseley's
vacation fracas last spring reminded me of Dr Laura's self-serving
on-air apology a few years back after her nude photos were posted
on the net.
Frankly if I were a viewer of TV news (which I am not) I'd view Boseley.
Why? Because she's proven she's human and subject to the same whims/pressures/foibles
as the rest of us and on occasion act upon without thinking. Most
of the time we do not pay the penalty she's now facing.
Next time Coursen is facing the intensity of sweeps week, may he have
the integrity so loudly proclaimed and avoid the tabloid-like blood/guts/sex
laden stories most networks (San Antonio's come to mind) focus during
this time frame. Regards,
With your broad knowledge of the communications industry I suggest
you become the agent for Catherine Bosley and get her a job with Naked
But DID SHE WIN????? She is a beautiful young woman and not at all
bashful. Thank you, thank you for keeping us otherwise uninformed
people up to date on the goings on of celebrities. From the actresses
on NYPD Blue to Ohio news anchors, you have enlightened our awarness
and brightened our drab days. I hope KTSA does not have the same narrow-minded
attitude toward your web site as that television station has about
vacation shenanigans. I'd hate to lose you as a source. :-)