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WESH

WESH
WESH-Channel 2, Orlando's NBC affiliate, began broadcasting on June 11, 1956, and was originally licensed to Daytona Beach. The station's main office is now located next to Interstate 4 in Winter Park. WESH is owned by Hearst Television. Some of the anchors for WESH 2 News are Jim Payne, Martha Sugalski, Jason Guy, Syan Rhodes, Tony Mainolfi, Guy Rawlings, Pat Clarke, Amy Sweezey and Jason Brewer.
WESH-Channel 2, Orlando's NBC affiliate, began broadcasting on June 11, 1956, and was originally licensed to Daytona Beach. The station's main office is now located next to Interstate 4 in Winter Park. WESH is owned by Hearst Television. Some of the anchors for WESH 2 News are Jim Payne, Martha Sugalski, Jason Guy, Syan Rhodes, Tony Mainolfi, Guy Rawlings, Pat Clarke, Amy Sweezey and Jason Brewer. « Show less

Top WESH Articles

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  • Casey Anthony: What was really the elephant in the room?

     
    WFTV-Channel 9's Kathi Belich was reporting that some jurors yawned at Mason. "Mason did what he had to do," said WFTV-Channel 9 legal analyst Bill Sheaffer. But WOFL-Channel 35 anchor Bob Frier said that Mason "went on and on and on." WOFL's Shannon...
  • Casey Anthony: Was Jose Baez like the Little Dutch Boy?

     
    WESH-Channel 2 Jim Payne said that Baez seemed sharper and clearer after lunch. WESH legal analyst Jeff Deen agreed that Baez was effective but also needed to get his thoughts organized. "He's got real good points to make," Deen said of Baez. "What he...
  • Casey Anthony: Jeff Ashton’s closing argument? Brilliant

     
    WOFL-Channel 35 legal analyst Diana Tennis called the closing brilliant and said Ashton was doing a great job. She said the closing argument had organization and drama. He sent the message as "the defense is a big fat liar."...
  • Casey Anthony: Did judge throw defense a huge bone?

     
    Diana Tennis, legal analyst for WOFL-Channel 35, interpreted the jury-instruction discussion this way: "The defense is going to be able to argue drowning, because there's a reasonable inference given the pool testimony. They are not going to be to argue...
  • Casey Anthony: ‘48 Hours Mystery,’ ‘Nightline’ specials tonight; ‘Dateline NBC’ on Friday

     
    ABC's "Nightline" turns to the Anthony story in an hour special at 11:35 tonight. Anchor Terry Moran is in Orlando....
  • Casey Anthony: George and Cindy are in hiding

     
    WESH-Channel 2's Bob Kealing read a statement the Anthonys issued through Lippman. Kealing said, "Now that Casey Anthony may be on the verge of gaining her freedeom, this statement from the Anthony family suggests she may have lost them in the process,"...
  • Casey Anthony: Do juries usually get their verdicts right?

     
    Judge O.H. Eaton Jr, legal analyst for WESH-Channel 2, said that juries usually get their decisions right. "It's amazing how they're able to fight through technical evidence and issues and come up with a decision that sometimes just makes good common...
  • Casey Anthony: What’s next for Casey?

     
    "I really believe Jose loves Casey like a daughter," Hornsby said. "Do you send her home to Cindy and George? What do you do? I've gotta think they maybe take her to one of the lawyer's houses, maybe with Dorothy Sims, so they can keep her away from the...
  • Casey Anthony: ‘A very fine day for the defense’

     
    Anthony was biting her nails before the verdict, WFTV-Channel 9 anchor Greg Warmoth noted. The camera caught Anthony doing precisely that as attorney Sims talked to her....
  • Casey Anthony: Verdict is coming at 2:15

     
    Geraldo Rivera told WOFL-Channel 35 that Anthony probably "the second most recognizable person in our country right now." Rivera picked Barack Obama as the most recognizable. Rivera described Anthony's "severe, stoic, very pained face" that is "still...
  • Casey Anthony: How is jury life like ‘Survivor’?

     
    WOFL-Channel 35 legal analyst Diana Tennis compared jury life to "mini-Survivor" because of a group dynamic is in effect from the first day. "They're spending lots of time together, they're getting to know each other, they're making friendships, they're...