Al Roker

The "Today" co-host suggested critics "try and keep up" after footage of him being pummeled by Hurricane Ida prompted concerns for his safety.
“I’m going to be taking some time off to take care of this,” the "Today" co-host said about his diagnosis, which he noted was detected early.
National lockdowns are giving us a rare glimpse into the home lives of celebrities and newscasters. Here’s what some of their video appearances reveal.
The "Today" show stalwart used a makeshift tech setup to return to the airwaves.
The “Today” fixture and his “3rd Hour Today” co-host, Craig Melvin, are practicing “an abundance of caution” during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The "Today" co-host said he'd "never had a reaction" like it.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) said “we’re getting soft” for closing schools in subzero-degree weather, and his comments received some heat 🔥
When Roker was asked the origin of the dish's name, he said simply, “Because that’s what my mother told us it was.”
"I can be Doc Brown, and I wear the outfit and wig and not change my skin color," the "Today" host said.