Katie Couric, former CBS Evening News anchor and co-host of the Today Show, is visiting Buffalo with her film crew to grab coverage for her 'Rebuilding America' series.
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Country queen Reba McEntire is about to get a new daughter-in-law, and it seems like she couldn't be happier. McEntire's stepson, Brandon Blackstock (who managers Blake Shelton), will marry pop and country star Kelly Clarkson in the fall, and his proud stepmom gushed about her soon-to-be daughter-in-law in a new interview with Katie Couric.
The rumors were confirmed on Monday when ABC announced they've signed Katie Couric to a multi-year deal to host a new syndicated daytime talk show and to be a contributor to ABC News. The talk show will debut in September of next year and will be based in New York.
After just under five years hosting the CBS Evening News Katie Couric made her final appearance Thursday night. She spent part of the program looking back on some of the stories and newsmakers she covered during her stint in the anchor chair.
In a story appearing on "People" magazine's website, Katie Couric has confirmed she's leaving the anchor desk on the "CBS Evening News." The "People" story confirmed rumors that she would be leaving but doesn't say what she plans to do next. Couric didn't reveal many details about her next move except to say she'd like to do more "multi-dimensional storytellin