Created on October 11, 2012
Buffalo Bills Fan Falls From 300 level Ralph Wilson Stadium, Two people were hurt when a man fell from the third deck of Ralph Wilson Stadium during today's Jets-Bills game, and CBS's camera caught the incident while most viewers were away at commercial.
While photographing elk at sunrise in the Cataloochee Valley of Great Smoky Mountains National Park I turned around to see what appeared to be just a curious young bull sniffing a photographer's camera. I snapped a few frames of the apparent harmless encounter.
While approaching a home where hostages had been taken the night before, a news crew from Washington D.C.'s WUSA9 were attacked by an unidentified woman. Camerawoman Danielle Gill and reporter Bruce Johnson were on-scene, standing on the sidewalk immediately in front of a home that had been invaded the night before. While talking to a mailman, a young woman appeared in the window above to shout at the crew to get away.
Hey you might not have the best job in the world but if you have a good time and enjoy what you do then what does it really matter
The police report states Simmons suffered scrapes to the right side of his head, right elbow and right knee.
Comcast Sportsnet Chicago reporter Susannah Collins has something on her mind other than hockey.....
This guy was creating such a ruckus that they taped him to his chair in an effort to calm him down. But, all it really did was muffle the madness
He helpfully, unintentionally, and hysterically promoted the phone number for an adult hotline during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet yesterday,
Funny and Scary in Equal Measure
You can normally expect a delay between 3 and 9 seconds when conducting a live cross via satellite. But as Don Riddell notes, a 20 second delay to Sohn Jie-Ae, CNN's Seoul bureau chief, must be one of the longest experienced in television.