Philadelphia reporter Sheila Watko said she would "NEVER recover" from catching Tina Knowles' attention.
After many accused her of being "drunk" in a newscast, Heather Kovar said she was "sleep-deprived and exhausted" due to her father's death.
"This man, Pat Collins, is clearly a national treasure," tweeted MSNBC's Joy Reid.
Detroit's Victor Williams casually delivered his report about a new skatepark in the coolest way possible.
Blink and you'll miss the terrifying close call on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Golf fans were left screaming in disbelief.
Amid financial struggles stemming from COVID-19, Kansas City's Northeast News came up with a bold strategy to garner more support from its community.
Amazon is accused of putting its warehouse workers at risk during the coronavirus pandemic. Its scripted puff pieces insist they are happy and safe.
Betty the weathercat is our new favorite TV purr-sonality.
The scale of the crisis facing the journalism industry requires a radical and dramatic response: a massive public investment in local news.