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Meteorologist Brittany Bell Joins WAPT

Meteorologist Brittany Bell has joined WAPT, the ABC affiliate in Jackson, Miss. It is a move within Hearst for Bell, who has been a meteorologist at KHBS-KHOG in Fort Smith, Ark. since 2012.

“Weather has always been my passion, and I’m so fortunate that I have the opportunity to do what I love surrounded by my family and friends,” Bell said in a statement.

Bell, a Mississippi State graduate, will be the station’s weekend evening meteorologist. More from WAPT after the jump. Read more

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KHBS-KHOG Adds Darby Bybee to Weather Team

KHBS-KHOG has announced Darby Bybee will join the ABC affiliate as the weekend evening meteorologist.

“Darby’s addition creates the largest team of meteorologists in our viewing area and enhances our commitment to provide the most comprehensive weather coverage around the clock,” said KHBS-KHOG news director, Greg Shepperd.

The station said Bybee, who comes from KARK in Little Rock, has logged nearly 45,000 miles in 23 states while reporting on tornadoes and hail and wind events.  He previously worked at KLKN in Lincoln, NE. Read more

KHBS-KHOG Launches Weekend Morning Newscasts

KHBS-KHOG, Hearst Television’s duopoly in Fort Smith, Ark., will launch the market’s only local weekend morning newscasts on October 13.

The newscasts will air both days from 6 to 7 a.m. and 8 to 9 a.m., with “Good Morning America” airing during the gap hour. John Paul (pictured) joins the station from WSBT in South Bend to anchor the newscasts. He will be joined by meteorologist Brittany Bell and reporter Ben Wagner.

“Saturdays and Sundays are so important to our viewers,” KHBS-KHOG general manager Brian Sather said in a statement. “Whether they have kids’ activities, church activities, or they have to work weekends, they need accurate weather information and they need the most up to date news so they can plan their day.”

KHBS-KHOG Launch Evening Newscast on Arkansas CW-Affiliate

KHBS-KHOG will produce a 9 p.m. newscast on a CW-affiliated digital subchannel beginning tonight, the stations announced today.

The newscast will air seven days a week. On weekdays, it will be anchored by Angela Taylor, with meteorologist Drew Michaels and sports director Mike Jacques. On weekends, Jay Plyburn will anchor and Brittany Bell will handle the weather.

“I know other stations have chosen to deliver a different kind of experience at 9:00 p.m., but we plan to offer a substantial, fast-paced traditional 30 minute newscast filled with local news, delivered by our award-winning team of journalists,” KHBS-KHOG president-GM Brian Sather said in a statement.

Meteorologist Brittany Bell Joining KHBS-KHOG

Meteorologist Brittany Bell is joining KHBS-KHOG in Fort Smith-Fayetteville, AR.  Bell will anchor the weather on the stations’ weekend evening newscasts and work as a reporter during the week.

“We are pleased to have Brittany join our team of award-winning meteorologists,” KHBS-KHOG news director Dawn Dugle said.  “She joins us in the middle of severe weather season, where our viewers will notice her commitment to keeping them safe during spring storms.”

Bell is set to graduate from Mississippi State in May with a B.S. in professional meteorology.  She recently worked as a fill-in weathercaster at WMC in Memphis. Read more