An American TV journalist, Brooke Anderson is best known as a culture and entertainment anchor and producer for CNN. Events she covered for CNN Headline News include the 2004 Academy Awards and Golden Globes, 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, NBA All-Star Weekend, Fall Fashion Week in New York City and Atlanta's Music Midtown.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
It was a perfect 4-0 performance Saturday by the Northland Community and Technical College volleyball team at the Anoka-Ramsey Invitational.Chagrin Falls Schools welcomes new teachers to the district
Front Row: Emily Bertagnolli (High School), Corynn Scaminace (Gurney), Abby Scotese (Middle School), Lisa Peskar (High School) Middle Row: Jean Kanzinger (High School), Karen Appell (Intermediate), Brooke Anderson (High School) Back Row: Allison Hinesman (Middle School), Victor Puskas (High...Biden to raise money for Quinn, Democrats in Chicago
WASHINGTON ? Vice President Joe Biden will visit Chicago on Monday afternoon to raise campaign money for Gov. Pat Quinn and Democratic members of Congress, a White House aide said today.Closer Look: Rauner's schools plan raises eyebrows
Proposals to tie teacher merit pay to student test scores and alter tenure policies to make it easier to fire bad teachers are among the most recent education ideas being pushed in Illinois by Bruce Rauner, the Republican businessman challenging Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn this fall.Celebrities, Fans & Family Mourn Joan Rivers At "Showbiz Affair" Funeral
Celebrities, fans, friends and family all came out to mourn Joan Rivers at her funeral on the Upper East Side today. There were hundreds of people lined up outside Temple Emanu-El, along with nearly as many media members and paparazzi, to catch a glimpse of the stars and pay tribute to Rivers. And it was, by all accounts, exactly the kind of "showbiz affair" that Rivers always wanted. [ more ? ]Rauner stumps in Edgar County
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner said he would work to keep PCBs and other hazardous wastes out of the Clinton landfill in DeWitt County. PARIS ? Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner said he would work to keep PCBs and other hazardous wastes out of the Clinton landfill in DeWitt County. read moreGovernor candidates commit to 3 traditional debates, none in Springfield
CHICAGO ? The candidates for Illinois governor agreed to three traditional debates ahead of November, but Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican Bruce Rauner bickered Wednesday about the number and what constituted a debate.What was clear was that both candidates locked into one of the nation's most competitive gubernatorial races confirmed appearances at three debates ahead of the Nov. 4 contest: Oct. 9 ...Rauner: Department of Agriculture 'full of cronyism'
The GOP candidate for Illinois governor broadened his criticism of state agriculture officials Wednesday, saying the department was "full of cronyism" and has "folks running things that generally don't have much expertise."Winnetka businessman Bruce Rauner's statements at a forum coordinated by the Illinois Farm Bureau, featuring candidates for governor and U.S. Senate, follow comments earlier ...Wealth, minimum wage pop up in governor race
CHICAGO -- Illinois's gubernatorial race turned to the question of whether a candidate's personal wealth should be a qualifying factor in holding public office with the Democratic lieutenant governor candidate saying Thursday that Republican Bruce Rauner is too rich to be governor.Paul Vallas, Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn's running mate, was asked if he believed Republican venture capitalist Bruce ...Illinois still employs 173 hired improperly
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Gov. Pat Quinn's administration hired more than 60 percent of the Illinois Department of Transportation workers whose employment was deemed improper by a state ethics watchdog, a document released Friday shows. The list, released late Friday in response to Freedom of Information Act requests, ...
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In February 2003, she received the National Daily Point of Light Award for volunteerism from President George W. Bush.
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