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Has KNBC Let Kelly Mack Go?
The blogger from the Inland Empire who calls himself An Ordinary Me, noticed something quite fascinating this weekend, that KNBC has removed veteran reporter Kelly Mack's photo and bio from their website.
Not only is that news to us, but it seems to be news to Wikipedia as well who still lists her as a Special Reports Correspondent in the Other Reporters section of KNBC.
We know that this development is somewhat recent because if you type "kelly mack" into Google, her bio on KNBC is still the first return, however if you click that link you are met with the cold news: "Article Not Available - The story you are trying to view is no longer available through this Web site."
How true, glorified 404 error, how true.
Kelly Mack made two appearances on LAist prior to today:
- Partying with Kelly Mack, 12/10/04
- KNBC Refuses to Say "Jesus" or "Jesus Christ" on Christmas: 12/25/06
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