Kristine Bellino is a mom of two. Born in the northeast, she grew up in South Florida. She is the WIBX Digital Managing Editor, Bureau Chief, and Morning News Anchor for WIBX and First News with Keeler in the Morning. She worked her way up to executive producer of a regional news network and, having reached her goal, temporarily suspended her broadcast career and enlisted in the Air Force. Twitter and Instagram: @KrisBellino She is also a small business owner, lecturer, writer, and photographer, who often teaches classes and speaks on environmental, community involvement, and literacy. A recovered missing child, she has also recently begun speaking as an advocate for missing children's issues. Football: Miami Dolphins Baseball: New York Yankees Hockey: New York Rangers (NHL) and Utica Comets (AHL) Basketball: San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat Favourite Sport: Badminton, and any sport that her children play
Shelter in Place Order Lifted at Hamilton College [VIDEO, PHOTOS]
UPDATE: 04/14/2015 5:45am New York State Police will remain on campus as they continue to investigate. Classes at Hamilton College will take place as normally scheduled today. The Clinton Central School District is also operating on a normal schedule.
Killer Ad in Movie Theater Absolutely Nails Dangers of Texting While Driving
One automaker is attempting to shock drivers with a killer ad designed to stop texting while driving.
Mazda Recalls 42,000 Cars Because of Spiders (Yes, the Eight-Legged Kind)
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The Term ‘Redskins’ Now Referred To As ‘The R-Word’ By Oneida Indian Nation
The term "redskins" is so offensive to members of the Oneida Indian Nation that it's now omitting the word from official communications.
Cleveland Kidnapping Victims Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, And Michelle Knight Say “Thank Yo…
Ariel Castro is pleading not guilty to multiple charges for the kidnapping and raping of three women in Cleveland. In the meantime, his alleged victims, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight are taking to YouTube to thank the public for its support and respect for their privacy.