Bill Karins
American television meteorologist
Bill Karins
William J. "Bill" Karins is an American meteorologist. He reports weekdays for NBC's Early Today, MSNBC's First Look, Morning Joe, Jansing and Company and CNBC. Prior to being named NBC Meteorologist Karins was one of the original meteorologists for the now shuttered NBC Weather Plus. He is MSNBC and NBC News Chief Meteorologist. Since 2009, Karins has been the meteorologist on Weekend Today on Saturdays. Karins was born in Albany, New York.
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Video: Al Roker oversleeps, misses a show for the first time in 39 years
LATimes - over 3 years
Al Roker might want to invest in a new alarm clock. The “Today” weatherman overslept Tuesday, missing his early-morning call for The Weather Channel’s “Wake Up With Al.” “After 39 years, it happened. I overslept and missed a show. Missed # WUWA . But will be on time for @ today ,” Roker tweeted at a still-ungodly hour of the morning. He fulfilled his promise, showing up at Rockefeller Center where colleagues Savannah Guthrie, Natalie Morales and Matt Lauer quizzed him about the incident.   “The alarm clock on my phone didn’t go off. Somebody asked, ‘What’s your back-up?’ For 39 years I didn’t need one,” Roker explained, joking that he had changed the name of his show to “Al, Wake Up!” Roker was able to see the silver lining in the mishap, asking Twitter users to share their oversleeping stories. Lauer, meanwhile, startled some fans by coining the nickname “Rip Van Roker,” who mistook his mocking tweet for a message of condolence. “Bill Karins’ thinking, ‘Yeah!’” said R ...
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Superbugs spread to 40 nations, threatening India’s medical tourism
Arab News - almost 5 years
MUMBAI: Lill-Karin Skaret, a 67-year-old grandmother from Namsos, Norway, was traveling to a lakeside vacation villa near India’s port city of Kochi in March 2010 when her car collided with a truck. She was rushed to the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, her right leg broken and her artificial hip so damaged that replacing it required 12 hours of surgery.
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NBC's Brian Williams tries to tie recent tornadoes to global warming … again - Daily Caller
Google News - almost 6 years
On his May 12, 2008 broadcast, Williams asked meteorologist Bill Karins a similar question – to settle the issue “once and for all.” “[I] talked to three people, casual conversation today, all of them smart saying, 'I don't know, we must be doing
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