Who doesn’t love a little Christmas cheer?
Today show co-anchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb share the cover of TV Guide Magazine’s holiday issue and also sat down with TV Insider to answer some burning questions about their favorite things during the holiday season.
The woman are celebrating their anniversary as the first two women to co-anchor the show in its 66-year history.
Are they Rudolph or Frosty fans? “I like that Frosty is round and cold. And I like his vulnerability because he melts,” Guthrie said. “I’m going with Rudolph — he’s got those old-school movies,” Kotb added.
They also spilled about which Christmas movies they always watch, their holiday wishes, and if they’ve ever re-gifted a present.
Read more at: https://www.tvinsider.com/736320/hoda-kotb-savannah-guthrie-today-show-christmas-video/
It all started as a helpful tip to put a wanted man behind bars, but ended in the tragic death of the tipster, a 21-year-old mom of two.
A 19-year-old Missouri man was charged with murder Friday, after police accidentally shot and killed Savannah Hill while she was attempting to help bring the man to justice.
Mason Farris (pictured) was wanted for a parole violation when Hill called police last Saturday afternoon to say that Farris was with her. She told them he would likely run away on foot, but suggested she could put on her car’s child safety locks to keep him in her vehicle if they pulled her car over to apprehend him, according to a court document obtained by Oxygen.com.
Eight minutes later two patrol cars and three officers made a traffic stop that ended in tragedy and bloodshed.
Farris, the wanted man, was seated in the back of
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/crime-time/traffic-stop-catch-fugitive-Mason-Ferris-tipsters-tragic-death