Bob Brunner spent more than two decades at WSAZ from 1968 to 1990. He left to join the administration of West Virginia Governor Gaston Caperton. After working at different television stations, Bob landed back in West Virginia. He’s now the news director at WOAY in Oak Hill.
Brunner says some of his more memorable moments include covering the Buffalo Creek Flood in the 1970s and a series at Moundsville Prison. He was once chairman of the RTNDA, where he lead an effort to get cameras inside the Senate chamber. He’s won numerous awards for his work.
“I am still in the area, love West Virginia, still have fond memories and who knows one day we may get together again.”
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- Bob Brunner is also known for his alter ego. He impersonates Elvis from time to time.
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