Happy Friday to all who celebrate. It’s November. Already.
In this edition of stories we didn’t get to for one reason or another, we show you a BBC reporter was robbed while on-air and a Wichita, Kansas reporter gets to the heart of the raid on a small town Kansas paper that became a first amendment case.
Let’s do the thing:
You may remember the story: police raid a small-town newspaper in Kansas, seizing computers and phones. Pilar Pedraza, a political reporter for KAKE Wichita, got an exclusive sit-down with the woman at the center of the story. Click here for the story.
While reporting on the overflowing Thames River, one TV reporter got more than he bargained for when he had his bag stolen live on-air. Click here for the story.
Myles, an eighth grader from Webster Groves in Missouri dressed up as a KSDK reporter for Halloween. His parents even got in on it, dressing up as the sun and rain. Click here for the story from the St. Louis NBC affiliate.
Hanna Mordoh will be added as one of the co-anchors of the Indianapolis station WISH Daybreak program Monday through Friday, 4 to 10 a.m. Click here for more.
People continue to share their memories of Bob Knight. He passed away Wednesday the age of 83. WTHR reporter Rich Nye spoke with former 13News sports director Don Hein, who had a long, on-and-off relationship with Knight. Click here for the story.