Our final podcast dedicated to coverage of the COVID0-19 outbreak features segments that meant the most to William, Sophia, Anna and Coach D. during the past eight weeks.
A coach and a player discuss the loss of spring sports, and how that could impact fall sports. Then a Brooklyn minister shares her church's approach during the pandemic.
An interview with a nurse practitioner caring for COVID-19 victims in New York City, and a few suggestions for teens dealing with the stay-at-home monotony.
The class of 2020 will get their last big dance in mid-July. Today's special podcast is all about proms past and present. Reported by Sophia Vaughn.
Sophomore reporters Becky Gardner and Chloe Sutherland have our two segments today, one about a small business owner facing new challenges, the other about favorite Disney movies revisited.
A senior prepares a special project for the class of 2020, one of our podcasters goes back to her part-time job, and we have book recommendations.
KY3 consumer reporter and former HTVer Ashley Reynolds checks in with William Wehmer to discuss how the COVID-19 outbreak has changed the way she does her job.
Hillcrest seniors look back at their favorite high school memories as we pause our pandemic coverage for a day. Sophomore Becky Gardner steps in to host.
Need a laugh? Look no further as our Bay 11 team recommends three of their favorite funny films in today's journal, as we escape COVID-19 for a couple of hours.
A Springfield airport worker talks about the pandemic's dramatic impact on activity there, then an employee at an assisted living facility for senior citizens explains her daily challenges.
Seniors talk about a commencement that may or may not happen, and we hear how two college kids with ties to our podcast are handling the pandemic.
New Bay 11 reporter Chloe Sutherland's story hits close to home today as she interviews her dad, Joel Sutherland, the Respiratory Care Supervisor at Cox Health. He discusses the impact the pandemic has had so far, and how things change daily, even hourly, for those on the front lines of the coronavirus battle.
Former HTVers share their musical talents for this first-ever "Bay 11 Concert." We take a break from our coverage of the coronavirus to let alumni from the Hillcrest broadcast program introduce themselves, and the songs they sing. Anna Daniel hosts. We should note...several were singing and recording at home, and we appreciate the effort.
Students sound off about taking classes from home during the 2020 coronavirus outbreak. Hear teens from around the Ozarks, and from two of our Bay 11 staffers.
Dan Arnall lives and works in Manhattan. He helped start HTV at Hillcrest in the fall of 1989, and co-anchored our first show. Now he works for NBC News at 30 Rockefeller Center, in the heart of the coronavirus outbreak. Today he answers our questions, and shares some of the sites and sounds of the city recorded during one of his trips to work last week, before he started working from his apartment.
Senior Madison Letterman tells the story of her severe knee injury, suffered just before spring break, and how the coronavirus has delayed much-needed surgery to repair the damage.
Seniors at Hillcrest talk about the loss of pretty much everything they were looking forward to this spring. Then a specific group of seniors, drama students who had been rehearsing since January for the last show of the year, talk about the curtain that will never rise.
Hillcrest teacher Jessica Barnes talks to William about how she and others are preparing to resume school online next Monday. Then Jason Morrow, an HTV Hall of Famer from the class of 1996, checks in from his home near Orlando, FL with details about how the pandemic is being handled there.
On the day school was supposed to resume, William and a friend walk around his neighborhood, where it was eerily quiet on a warm spring day. Anna recommends streaming one of her favorite movies, with one of her favorite actresses, and during a mission to fetch dinner from a local restaurant for her family, Sophia talks about tempers running thin on social media.
First we hear from Holly Theriot, a former HTVer who has lived in Seattle since 2006. She talks about her community pulling together during the worst of times. Then on her first day back from her long trip with her family, Anna gets "artsy" with some help from the late Bob Ross. Finally, William talks to his mom, who compares the pandemic to post-9/11 in America.