LOCAL TELEVISION STATION JOINS NEW ALL-WEATHER PLUS FAMILY OF NBC AFFLIATES
KSDK (NBC) Television's meterorologists (L to R) Mike Roberts, Scott Connell, John Fuller and Cindy Preszler check out the new 24-hour Weather-Plus station unveiled in St. Louis on June 27, 2005. The creation of St. Louis' first 24-hour weather channel marks the first time in history a local television station has launched a secondary station in the same market. The 24-hour weather station is a joint venture between NBC and its affiliates. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
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