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CBS 21 Meteorologist Tom Russell Predicts Harsh Winter

Pictured is Tom Russell from CBS 21. During his meteorology career at CBS 21 he has won an Emmy, and Russell also earned the American Meteorological Society's Seal along with the National Weather Association Seal. (CBS 21)

Joshua Gearhart, Reporter

January 23, 2020

At this time of the year, everyone tunes into the weather forecast to hear about road conditions and, of course, delays and closures. Weather often takes precedence as the top news story, and the meteorologist is front and center with the latest developments and predictions. Tom Russell has been a meteorologist for th...

Norway Tops Medal Count at 2018 Olympics

Finland's Krista Parmakoski, silver, Norway's Marit Bjoergen, gold, and Sweden's Stina Nilsson, bronze, celebrate during the medals ceremony for the women's 30k cross-country skiing at the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018. Bjoergen finished with a time of 1:22:17.6, securing a gold medal for the Norwegians. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Evan Spinney, Reporter

March 14, 2018

Norway’s Pyeongchang olympic heroes made history and were the overall top medal winners. Home to just over five-million people, Norway is not a global power. But with 39 total medals, this small country set a new national record. They’ve always been winning-Norway’s been in the top six in total medals in every winter oly...

HHS Shows Off Cool Winter Fashions

Freshman Scott Heng wears his black polo sweatshirt with the sleeves bunched up. Heng chooses neutral colored pants and shoes. (Broadcaster/Elaina Joyner)

Katie Jones and Elaina Joyner

February 22, 2018

With winter in full swing, HHS students bundle in their winter attire. The snow outside and the below freezing temperatures do not stop students from expressing themselves with different styles of shirts, boots, and other accessories. HHS Students Show Off Their Trendy Styles Students Wear ...

Top Christmas Movies for the Holiday Season

 In this Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007 file photo, the original Santa Claus and Rudolph puppets from the TV special

Molly Glus, Reporter

November 29, 2016

A time of joy, giving, snow, and lots and lots of movies. With Christmas time upon us, many are beginning to pull out the Christmas movies to spread Christmas cheer. Families coming together to spend the holidays means one thing: movies. Here, according to the Broadcaster staff, are the top five fam...

HHS Alum Works in Antarctica

View from Hut Point, right outside of the station. A great place to see seals, penguins, and whales as the ice begins to break up mid-Antarctic summer.  (Joel Witwer)

March 17, 2016

By: Robert Sterner, Photos by Joel Witwer Joel Witwer, 2007 HHS graduate, spent six months working at McMurdo Station in Antarctica.  He recently returned to the USA and shared these pictures with The Broadcaster before jetting off to South America.  Click on the right or left arrow to scroll through ...

El Niño Weakens Through Spring

During La Niña, winds from the east push warm surface waters to the western Pacific. However during El Niño, winds weaken and warm surface water flows back to the eastern Pacific. Source: Tampa Bay Times

March 14, 2016

By: Maddie O’Shea El Niño has already created a major blizzard in Pennsylvania, but forecasters don’t believe the storm is over quite yet. Recently, NASA released photos of a Jason-2 image (below) showing a peaked El Niño and comparing similarities in both December 2015 and December 1997. T...

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