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I wasn't sure of the exact problem until she followed it up with the admission of her crush on KPRC's Jennifer Reynathen I realized that by not putting out a list of Houston's hottest female news personalities, Hair Balls has been horribly remiss in its service to the community.
Here then, mostly in no particular order, are the ten lovely network lasses who do their best to distract us from endless tales of child abuse, jack-knifed wheelers, and drug-related murder. They are all, of course, hard-working professional women who should not be sexualized, just as Hottest Male Newscasters shouldn't.
Guess that Horatio Alger spirit only gets you so far. The age and gender balance has evened out a bit, but Gaston still holds her on alongside the well-preserved Ward.
And she's married to former Rocket Mario Elie. I don't know what that has to do with anything, but I love "Super Mario.
She and strapping co-anchor Greg Hurst are like the Brad and Angelina of Houston's airwaves, only with fewer tattoos and babies, and slightly more simmering sexual intensity. Casey Curry -- Weather, KTRK ABC 13 Forecasting the weather in Houston is a thankless job; we're either bitching about the lack of rain as we have for the last few weeks or freaking out because a hurricane is lurking offshore.
Curry hasn't completely relaxed in her role as the sole female meteorologist among Houston's TV affiliates, but the phrase "dangerous drought conditions" sounded even less appetizing when Ed Brandon was saying it.
Melinda Spaulding -- Anchor, KRIV Fox 26 Fox News' strategy of using a pretty face to disguise the fact that its "fair and balanced" news coverage is actually neoconservative bilge is a tactic as old as the network itself, as anyone familiar with the names Courtney Friel and Megyn Kelly will tell you. We may never know whether the anchors delivering the BS posess great intestinal fortitude or are willing participants in the charade, so we'll just have to give Spaulding the benefit of the doubt.
Unlike many stations, KTRK isn't shy about holding on to their female on-air talent even after they start sprouting a few gray hairs or wrinkles hey there, Deborah Wrigley.
And unlike many on this list, Cisneros is a native Houstonian and former Houston Press Best of Houston winner to boot whose local roots serve her well as reporter. And as a fellow silver fox, I can say she's totally hot with gray hair.
Hopefully she leaves the kids at home when jumping out of planes. She hails from the DFW area, but we don't hold it against her much since she looks a lot like Law and Order: You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in!
In a white blouse. It was a bold strategy, and one that I imagine raised more than flash flood warnings around town. Since then, Willey has proven herself a capable reporter and part-time anchor, though one can still see the looming dread in her eyes whenever mention is made of another system brewing in the Gulf.