WLOS Carolina Kitchen chef Bruce Brown heads to New York City next week to unleash his original Halloween Hangover cheesecake on a national audience on the Spike TV food show Frankenfood. Photo courtesy of Bruce Brown.
Asheville’s quirky political scene will soon get national attention with a segment on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” set to air later this month.
When it comes to child development, a healthy life includes not only what’s for dinner but what’s on the screen, according to Dr. Michael Rich, who’s considered the world’s first “mediatrician.”
After more than doubling the number of golden accolades the local TV station took home last year, the WLOS news team won seven Emmy Awards from the Southeast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Saturday night. Click here for the full list of award-winning pieces. (Photo courtesy of WLOS reporter John Le. David Saich, who won two Emmys for the station, not pictured above.)
After 13 years on the job, WLOS reporter Russ Bowen left the Asheville airwaves Feb. 8 for a new position co-anchoring the weekend news desk at KOMO–TV in Seattle.