1) WAS SHE?
Not since a reporter had what appeared to be a stroke at a Hollywood awards ceremony last winter has there been such a brouhaha over the “health” of a TV newsperson. This time it’s one of ours.
Annie Stensrud, the Sunday night anchor on KEYC, disappeared halfway through her broadcast after an “uneven” performance.
The Mankato Free Press reports…
Dan Ruiter, KEYC news director, said viewers are jumping to conclusions if they assume Stensrud was intoxicated. There is no proof of that, he said.
In an official statement released Wednesday, KEYC Vice President and General Manager Dennis Wahlstrom declined to say whether Stensrud is still working for the station.
That usually means “no.”
2) PEOPLE DOING GOOD: REDDIT
Lucas Gonzalez, 3, of Jacksonville, Fla., was born with a rare primary immune deficiency disorder called Hyper IGM Syndrome. He needs a bone marrow transplant in North Carolina and his folks have to quit work