I recently celebrated my 34th anniversary with Capitol Broadcasting Company. Friends, colleagues and viewers marked the occasion by asking me what stood out as my most rewarding assignment over those years. The answer came quickly - serving as one of the country's first environmental news reporters on television.
WRAL producer/director Clarence Williams is among 24 men nominated by Durham-based Spectacular Magazine for the publication's Man of the Year award. An online voting process will determine eight winners in six categories, and they will be announced during a banquet June 13.
It started as an interesting idea and resulted in $100,000 for the people of Oklahoma who lost everything in the devastating May tornadoes.
Think about the challenges many of us face every day. We worry about our jobs and making enough for our family's needs. We stress about our children getting a good education, staying healthy and finding good friends. We struggle to find balance between work, play, and family.
What would your first thought be if you LOST your cellphone? Mine would be panic ... because of all the contacts, pictures and texts on there. I'm sure you have personal information you'd never want anyone to see.
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