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What Did We Miss? Athletes compete in Wisconsin cornhole tournament

Every week I get to go on WWAY News and give a comedic report on the weird or obscure news stories they did not report. This week’s stories are:

  • Wisconsin held their annual cornhole championship.
  • Chicago Cubs organist, Gary Pressey, has broken Cal Ripken Jr’s record for consecutive games played.
  • A man’s home was broken into and cleaned.

Featuring unwanted guest John Parson. Watch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY News every Thursday at 6:30am and 11pm. Watch earlier episodes here.

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Vote for your favorite ‘What Did We Miss’ stories and guests of 2018!

‘What Did We Miss?’ saw a lot of changes in 2018. We started inviting guests, WWAY got a new set, and I got rid of my one white shirt. Now it’s time to vote for your favorite moments from the year. I’m conducting this poll for the second year in a row which officially makes it a holiday tradition. If you don’t see your favorite moment in the poll, write it in the comments. See your winners on Good Morning Carolina on Dec 27th!

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What Did We Miss? Cleveland Browns fans celebrate 0-16 season with parade

Every week I get to go on WWAY News and give a humorous report on the weird news stories they did not report. This week’s stories include:

  • Cleveland Browns fans threw a parade to protest their team’s winless season.
  • A criminal got locked in the store he was trying to rob.
  • A Cleveland town is so overrun with aggressive turkeys that the post office stopped service.

Watch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY News every Thursday at 6:30am and 11pm and Fridays on the 10:00 CW News. Watch earlier episodes here.