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Chief Meteorologist WATE-TV. AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist. NWA Seal Holder. Love the outdoors of east Tennessee. http://t.co/7laDGSwDv3
WATE News Director, Father, Sports Junkie
Broadcast Meteorologist. World Traveler. Aviation Geek. Science Nerd.
#Marketing mastermind. #Branding magician. #Communications pro. Increasing profit and market share for the best clients in the world. Serves clients nationwide.
married 1988 to Kim Norman so after the birth of 2 daughters I now have 3 best friends.A worship pastor humbled by God's pursuit of me.
Former TV reporter, freelance writer, MA degree. PhD student at UTKnox. Reduce, reuse, recycle. I built my shed and love to garden, cook and read non-fiction.
One Line??? Are you kidding me!?!
WATE TV Weeknight News Anchor/Reporter keeping you up to date on news in East TN.
Meteorologist living in Knoxville. Huge animal lover. Hobbies: Weather, Music and Entertainment.
Enjoying a new adventure of raising Dexter Cattle with my husband!
Radio guy up in East TN. OM/On-Air Talent for WTNQ-FM. Also News Director at 106.1 The River in Knoxville. Avid bowler. Orioles, Titans, Howard Stern, GH fan.
Tearsa Smith WATE
Anchor: Good Morning Tenn. (WATE), Emmy-nominated (lost) & crazy for waking up at 2:30am M-F! ☕️ #DST1913 #MiamiGirl #Knoxville
Trenton Jay Stewart
Follower of Christ, Husband, Father of 4, and Lead Pastor at Foothills Church.
News Anchor, Knoxville TN
Mississippi State Bulldog. Christian with a passion to serve. Meteorology major, @crankyweather for updates.
Journalist in beautiful East Tennessee.
Suzanne D Quaintance
Morning Meteorologist at WATE TV 6 (ABC) in Knoxville, TN, Mom of Two, Wife, Daughter, Sister & Native East Tennessean. Let's Chat!
Lover of food, bev, sports, and m'lady.
Florida girl in love with @WadeBarrett
Brad Travis WAFF
I am the Chief Meteorologist at WAFF Channel 48 in Huntsville, AL. CBM Seal #28. Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Science from The University of Kansas.