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Randi Naughton

  • Blogs

    April 30, 2013

    Derby Day Best Bets

    For the past 139 years, on the first Saturday in May, women have donned obnoxiously large hats and sipped mint juleps, men have bet their hard earned money, and three-year-old thoroughbreds have sped down a track in Louisville, Kentucky in an attempt to claim the biggest prize in horse racing. The ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 5, 2013

    FOX 2 Weatherman Chris Higgins Argues with Post-Dispatch Weather Grouch, Joe Strauss

    Yesterday, we wrote about a somewhat bizarre "open letter" rant from FOX 2 Meteorologist Chris Higgins on his Facebook page, directed at his "haters" who have apparently been attacking him for not accurately predicting the snow storm over the weekend. It included some gem quotes like, "That is an as ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 4, 2013

    Chris Higgins, FOX 2 Meteorologist, Writes Letter To Haters Questioning His Weather Skills

    Reporting the weather can be a dirty business in St. Louis -- and for Chris Higgins, FOX 2 meteorologist, the snowstorm over the weekend apparently pushed him to a new low. Higgins has posted on his Facebook page a ranty "open letter" directed to "all the haters" out there. Who are these haters, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 14, 2012

    Randi Naughton of KTVI Fox 2 Messes Up Weather Segment - But That's Okay!

    We all make mistakes. Early this morning, anchor Randi Naughton of KTVI Fox 2 made one that was very quick, yet impossible to miss (see video below). But you know what? This is a great example of how local affiliates can graciously deal with a blunder.

  • News

    June 29, 2005

    Twisted Web

    Online paeans to a local newscaster's breasts land a Washington Park man in jail

  • News

    September 8, 1999

    RANDI NAUGHTON STRIKES BACK

    The KTVI/Fox 2 sportscaster takes a swing at the RFT for our criticism of a piece about the sale of McGwire-endorsed bats

  • News

    August 25, 1999

    CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME PLATE

    Five percent of something is better than 100 percent of nothing, but is that reason enough for local charities to lend their names to a commemorative-bat sale?

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