Yesterday, KSAT aired a report from San Antonio, Texas about a man who was shot dead by cops after appearing to surrender to them. It was only hours later that the local police encouraged the community to express their outrage...towards the media.
Texas police upset that a local news station aired footage of Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies fatally shooting a man with hands up want the public to express outrage — at the news station. Gilbert Flores, 41, can be seen in the cell phone video aired by KSAT standing outside his San Antonio-area...
CNN KSAT in San Antonio, Texas published a video showing a man’s shooting death during an arrest, Brian Stelter reported Tuesday for CNN. The video shows Gilbert Flores being shot and killed by police officers who responded to a domestic...Show More Summary
San Antonio sheriff's office says it's received threats to its deputies since local TV station aired the video; the man died
San Antonio TV station KSAT has released a shocking video showing what appears to be two deputies fatally shooting a man who had his hands in the air. “He put… READ ON
Radio was huge during its heyday in New York; and one of the most popular radio stations in the world was 77 WABC-AM, which broadcast popular music for 22 years until it adapted a talk show format on Monday, May 10, 1982 — “the day the...Show More Summary
U.S. Coast Guard crews from Station South Portland, Maine, and Air Station Cape Cod responded to a report of a fishing boat fire Wednesday, about six miles from Jeffreys Ledge,
WDBJ7 in Virginia returned to the air, paying tribute to journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward, who were shot dead by an ex-employee during a live broadcast the day before. The station held a moment of silence, and anchor Chris Hurst spoke on camera, remembering his girlfriend, Alison Parker.
A day after Virginia journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward were fatally shot while filming a live broadcast, their colleagues at WDBJ went on air to pay tribute with a moment of silence. Please take a moment today to pause and reflect to remember Alison Parker and Adam Ward. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, a disgruntled former employee of Roanoke, Virginia-based WDBJ-TV fatally shot two of the station’s journalists as they were conducting a live interview. The cameraman captured part of the scene before dying. I asked my Twitter followers: Should the video be shown or not? I’ve assembled their answers on Storify, so please have a […]
That image was part of an intense search that followed for a suspect police identified as 41-year-old Vester Lee Flanagan II of Roanoke, who appeared on air at the TV station WDBJ in Virginia as Bryce Williams. “I filmed the shooting see Facebook”, a user identifying himself as Bryce Williams posted on Twitter, later posting
Alison Parker and Adam Ward's colleagues at WDBJ-TV saved their tears for off the air.
The finale will now air in September. The post Mr. Robot Finale Postponed in Wake of Virginia TV Station Shooting appeared first on WIRED.
On Wednesday, USA Network announced that they are postponing the Season 1 finale of "Mr. Robot" after two Virginia journalists working for Roanoke-based news station WDBJ were shot and killed on air. The previously filmed season finale of Mr. Show More Summary
Wednesday morning, a former employee of a Virginia TV news station waited until two of his former colleagues were live on air, then filmed himself raising a gun and shooting them both dead. He uploaded the videos to Twitter before committing suicide. It is the first mass shooting since [scroll...
Their loved ones ask that they be remembered alive and smiling. This is what we will tell you about the two young TV journalists for Virginia station WDBJ were shot to death on Wednesday, on air. Reporter Alison Parker had just turned 24, and had celebrated her birthday with her colleague and boyfriend, Chris Hurst. Show More Summary
After a former employee fatally shot a morning news reporter and a photographer for the WDBJ-TV station in Virginia Wednesday morning, the general manager of the station went on the air to say that the former employee, Vester Lee Flanagan, who reported under the name Bryce Williams, was an unhappy...
WDBJ station manager Jeff Marks appeared on the air today to provide some insight into former employee Bryce Williams, the man suspected of shooting two WDBJ employees on live TV. He spoke emotionally about the deaths of Alison Parker and Adam Ward, and admitted, “I’m not sure whether I want him to live or die.” […]
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The manhunt for the man who killed two Virginia WDBJ7 employees on the air earlier this morning has come to an end. Police are now saying that Vester Lee Flanagan, formerly a news reporter at the above station, turned the gun on himself as the authorities were closing in on his location. Show More Summary