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KZJO (channel 22), branded as Fox 13+, is a television station in Seattle, Washington, United States, broadcasting the MyNetworkTV programming service. It is owned and operated by Fox Television Stations alongside Tacoma -licensed Fox outlet KCPQ (channel 13).
Jean Stanislaw Enersen (born June 16, 1944) is an American journalist who worked for 48 years at KING-TV in Seattle and was the first female news anchor in the country. Filling the anchor chair at KING for 42 years, Enersen was also the longest-standing local female anchor.
Radio and TV stations [ edit] KOMO-TV, television station in Seattle, Washington KNWN (AM), all-news radio station in Seattle, Washington, known as KOMO from 1926 to 2022 KNWN-FM, a radio station (97.7 FM) licensed to Oakville, Washington, known as KOMO-FM from 2009 to 2022 Other uses [ edit]
KJR (950 kHz) is an all-sports AM radio station owned by iHeartMedia in Seattle, Washington. KJR is the Puget Sound region's home of Fox Sports Radio and CBS Sports Radio, mostly carrying their national programming, while co-owned 93.3 KJR-FM has local sports talk shows during the day and evening.
Sydney Levin. July 3, 2014, 7:29 AM. Kindergarten Teacher Sings to His Students at Their High School Graduation. Kindergarten teacher Jeff Berry gave a touching speech at the Lawrence High School ...
John Michael Seigenthaler ( / ˈsiːɡənθɔːlər / SEE-gən-thaw-lər; born December 21, 1955) is an American news anchor and a member of the George Foster Peabody Awards  board of jurors. He is well known as a former weekend anchor and correspondent for both NBC and MSNBC.
Ann Marie “Ree” Drummond. California Gamma. Television personality and blogger for "The Pioneer Woman," bestselling author, food writer, and photographer. Faye Dunaway. Florida Beta. Academy Award -winning actress. [a] Jennifer Garner. Ohio Eta.
269 acres (109 ha) Max. depth. 25 feet (7.6 m) Lake Nahwatzel is a body of freshwater located in Mason County in the U.S. state of Washington. The lake is fed by three main sources, which include two unnamed creeks and naturally occurring hot springs.  The lake empties into the East Fork of the Satsop River via Outlet Creek.