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Here’s the Roundup for the Week Ending March 16

By Kevin Eck 

Happy Friday to those who celebrate!

After a light week of posting due to an intense windstorm taking us back to the Victorian Era (we lost power after a big windstorm), we present the roundup of stories we didn’t get to this week.

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo. (pictured) confronted KSDK political editor Mark Maxwell for his tweets aimed at supporters of Twitter owner Elon Musk. Click here to read about it.


Longtime Wilkes-Barre, Pa., journalist Tom Williams has been named the new morning anchor for Eyewitness News WBRE-WYOU. Click here for more.

Tom Williams, formerly of WNEP is back on the morning news as co-anchor with the WBRE 28 and WYOU 22 Eyewitness News team. Williams left WNEP last year after nearly three decades with the ABC affiliate. Click here for more.

Marty Radovanic, who retired more than five years ago from WJAC after working nearly 44 years there, is returning to the news anchor chair, this time for WJAC’s rival, WTAJ. Click here for the story.

Tamar Sher has landed her dream job of becoming a sports reporter in her hometown of St. Louis at KMOV. Click here for more.

The CW Network has reached a comprehensive multi-year agreement with streaming platform YouTube TV to continue carrying its CW-affiliated television stations across the country.  Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Click here for more.

WDAM said it is “thrilled to welcome Scott Kirk to the station as the newest Sports Reporter/Anchor.” Kirk comes to Hattiesburg, Miss., from Orlando where he graduated from Full Sail University and the Dan Patrick School of Sportscasting. Click here to see more.