KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo

From 1998, here is a severe weather bulletin that interrupted CBS daytime programming on KLFY, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features Rob Perillo and an interesting urgent update version of "Hello News," which the station had used from the late 1970s/early 1980s until 2005.

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (second update

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (second update

From 1998, here is a severe weather bulletin that interrupted CBS daytime programming on KLFY, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features Ron Perillo and an interesting urgent update version of "Hello News," which the station had used from the late 1970s/early 1980s until 2005.

KLFY-TV Flooding August 12, 2016 10pm

KLFY-TV Flooding August 12, 2016 10pm

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (update)

KLFY Eyewitness News Weather Bulletin 1998 Rob Perillo (update)

From 1998, here is a severe weather bulletin that interrupted CBS daytime programming on KLFY, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features Ron Perillo and an interesting urgent update version of "Hello News," which the station had used from the late 1970s/early 1980s until 2005.

KLFY TV-10 January 1993 flood coverage

KLFY TV-10 January 1993 flood coverage

From January 1993, here is some of the coverage from KLFY TV-10 in Lafayette (CBS affiliate). Copyrights acknowledged. This first features Dick Faurot showing the radar explaining the origins of some of the flooding in the Acadiana area around the Vermilion River. Shows Faurot taking the news staff "to places where they've never been." Next shows footage of the floods around Lafayette while listing the road and street closures as well as other schools and events cancelled as a result of the flooding. Also features two news anchors, one being Maria Placer and the other Chuck Heubner

Eyewitness News Video - KLFY TV 10 - Acadiana's Local News, Weather and Sports Leader.flv

Eyewitness News Video - KLFY TV 10 - Acadiana's Local News, Weather and Sports Leader.flv

PSC tank fire lightning hit it 2 times 6/7/2010

KLFY news open TV-10 Eyewitness News (Hello News)

KLFY news open TV-10 Eyewitness News (Hello News)

From 1991, here is a news open for KLFY TV-10, the CBS affiliate for Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. This one features the news theme "Hello News," which the station used from the early 1980s until 2005. Mentions Blue Rolfes, Hoyt Harris, Dick Faurot, and Rex Moore.

KLFY TV-10 Eyewitness News @ 10 open and talent 2007 (Bulletin/Something's Happening Here)

KLFY TV-10 Eyewitness News @ 10 open and talent 2007 (Bulletin/Something's Happening Here)

From 2007, here is a news open from KLFY TV-10, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. After jettisoning Hello News/Hello Acadiana around 2004, KLFY/Young Broadcasting decided to adopt a new old theme by 615 Music called "Bulletin," which was written for sister station WKRN in Nashville under the banner "Something's Happening Here" in 1987. The talent open features Chuck Huebner, Darla Montgomery, weather with David Paul, and sports with George Faust.

KLFY Eyewitness News open 1983 (Hello News)

KLFY Eyewitness News open 1983 (Hello News)

From 1983, here is the news open to KLFY, the CBS affiliate for Lafayette, LA. All copyrights acknowledged. Features the Gari theme "Hello News," which the station used until the 2000s and mentions Larry Lunsford, Blue Rolfes, Dick Faurot with weather, and Pat Flanagan with sports. If I misspelled any names, please let me know, it was hard to hear the names.

KLFY TV 10 Eyewitness News--October 15, 2007

KLFY TV 10 Eyewitness News--October 15, 2007

Here is a newscast from KLFY TV-10 Eyewitness News @ 10, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, LA and Acadiana. All copyrights acknowledged. Quality is poor based on the original tape. Talent includes Darla Montgomery, Chuck Huebner, weather with David Paul, and sports with George Faust. News theme is 615's Bulletin aka Something's Happening Here. Hurricane logo from the era, which Nexstar sadly retired November 6, 2017.

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