A large tornado hit Tupelo, Mississippi yesterday afternoon. And a weatherman named Matt Laubhan was live on the air for an NBC affiliate when his studio had to be evacuated.
He stayed on the air until the last possible second, and then everyone ran to the basement. The tornado ended up knocking them off the air for a while. But luckily, all of the employees are apparently okay. And no one in Tupelo was killed.
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The Mo & Sally Morning Show started back in 1994 in Roanoke, Virginia. Sally was already part of an existing show on a local station and Mo was the night-time disc jockey. When Sally's partner abruptly quit the station, the program director decided to move Mo into the morning time slot and BOOM,...the show was created.
Station management had no idea Mo & Sally were dating at the time and they weren't exactly thrilled when they found out about the off-air romance. After getting married, Mo & Sally continued to keep their relationship quiet, choosing not to tell their listeners right away. Eventually, their secret came out and when they took a job in Richmond, Virginia, they became "a married morning show."
Mo & Sally have been doing their show in South Florida since 1999. They are the longest running morning show in the West Palm Beach market. Curtis joined the program in 2016.