|Ted Werbin - News Director/Morning Show Anchor
A native of Kansas, Ted has been waking up in the middle of the night, covering and anchoring news for more years than he'd like to admit! Ted joined 84WHAS in 2001, being named News Director of Kentucky's largest radio news department. Ted's radio career began in Colby, Kansas in 1973 and he also left his mark in Wichita and Nashville before arriving in Louisville. His resume includes coverage of tornadoes and blizzards, national political conventions and elections, the crash of a military fighter jet and the BTK serial killer case. Ted's work has been recognized by the Associated Press, National Association of State Radio Networks and other broadcasting organizations. Ted and his partner Darron live in Louisville with their two "kids", Josie the pug and Savannah the miniature schnauzer.
Paul Miles - Asst. News Director
Paul Miles joined the staff of NewsRadio 84WHAS in 1992. A native of Louisville, Paul can be heard covering a variety of stories in Kentucky and southern Indiana. His reporting has included coverage of natural disasters, political campaigns, presidential visits and executions. Paul's work has been honored by the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Radio & Television News Directors Association. He is a past president of the board of directors of the Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters Association.
Suzanne Duvall - Afternoon Anchor/Reporter
A native of the Pacific Northwest, Suzanne began her news career at a Top 40 station in Washington State, where she graduated from Western Washington University. Since then, she's been rather nomadic, with stints at Minnesota Public Radio, a morning team in Seattle and anchoring and reporting in Oregon. During a brief break from radio several years ago, she was a ramp agent for an airline in Kansas, mainly so her family could fly for free! But she says she also enjoyed bringing those 737's to a spot-on-stop on the tarmac. Marriage has brought her to Louisville, which she says is her favorite city so far. In her free time, Suzanne trains for and runs in marathons and among her favorite prizes is an Epiphone guitar, which was immediately claimed by her teenage son.
Tom Latek - Anchor/Reporter
Tom is a Cleveland, Ohio, native and has lived in Frankfort since 1982. Tom's passion for the news began as a freshman at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, when he was sent to cover the Kent State shootings. Since then, Tom has worked in all aspects of radio in Ashtabula and Cleveland, Ohio, radio in Frankfort, Lexington and Louisville, along with stints as Assignments Manager in Lexington TV. Tom also served as Capital Bureau Chief for Clear Channel during the Fletcher Administration.
Jim Williams - Anchor/Capitol Hill Reporter
Jim covers Capitol Hill in Frankfort and also does general assignment reporting for 84 WHAS. In his free time, Jim enjoys sports and has even been on a fly fishing news feature, where he insists he was reeling them in within just a matter of seconds.
Kristen Thoburn - Anchor/Reporter
Kristen is a Louisiana native, and did her first radio promo at the age of 2 for a small station in Lafayette, Louisiana. She has been with Clear Channel Louisville since 2007 in various capacities. As a part of the 84WHAS newsroom since 2010, she has begun to hone her skills, being taught by some of the best. Kristen now bats lead off on the Kentucky News Network and reports for WHAS in the wee morning hours, presumably so she could see more of the rabbits that live outside the station. The best way to strike up a conversation with Kristen is to talk about football, world-traveling, or Jeopardy.
Will Clark - Anchor/Reporter
Will is originally from Fort Branch, Indiana, but moved to the Louisville area in 2007. Before joining 84WHAS in 2013, Will worked in Evansville in a variety of capacities ranging from morning show “man on the street” to news anchor. His body of work includes coverage of the November 6, 2005 Evansville tornado, provided coverage of Vice President Dick Cheney’s first public appearance and provided comprehensive reporting on the September 11 attacks. He has also been part of the broadcast team for Evansville’s “Thunder on the Ohio” hydroplane races, a team which was honored by the Indiana Associated Press twice as best sports play-by-play team. Will lives in New Albany with his wife and dog.