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VIDEO: Reporter Tests Waterproof iPhone Case, Forgets About Her Mic

In a segment teased throughout this morning’s “Good Day Sacramento,” reporter Melissa Cabral submitted herself to a dunk dank in order to test out a waterproof iPhone case.

Her iPhone ended up working underwater, but the same can’t be said about her microphone.

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VIDEO: ‘Good Day Sacramento’ Reporter Ruins Easter

“Good Day Sacramento” reporter Alan Sanchez dressed up as the Easter bunny to entertain some local kids last week. And everything was going great until, well, Sanchez lost his head (video above).

High-Energy Morning Personality Mark Mathis Out at Sacramento’s KMAX

High-energy morning specialist Mark Mathis, who was abruptly fired last August by Charlotte’s WCCB, has departed KMAX‘s “Good Day Sacramento” after just a few months with the CW-affiliate.

Following his dismissal from WCCB, Mathis joined KMAX at the end of 2010 as a reporter-anchor for the station’s personality-driven morning show. Sources now confirm that Mathis’s brief tenure with the station ended last month.

During his time at KMAX, Mathis displayed the same kind of go-for-broke hijinks that he became famous for in Charlotte but sources say that his act quickly wore thin with station management.

On one occasion, Mathis referred to a cop who had recently pulled him over as a “jerk-off” on the air and, in another, concerned viewers wrote in to the station following a segment in which Mathis wildly waved a chainsaw around. Read more