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Susanne Brunner Biography

Susanne Brunner joined the FOX16 news team as Weekend Anchor in June 2013 and became Morning Anchor for Good Day Arkansas in May 2015.

Since arriving in Little Rock, Susanne covered breaking news of the 2014 tornado that came through Mayflower and Vilonia. She shared stories of survival, rebuilding, and even found a picture in the rubble, and reunited it with its owner.

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Susanne has brought attention to tons of litter flooding one of Arkansas’ most important urban watersheds, Fourche Creek. Another one of her reports on Alzheimer’s was nominated for an Emmy Award, and recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists.

Susanne is also behind the popular “Job Alert” segment, helping unemployed Arkansans find a job. She has since expanded her report to an annual job fair that attracts hundreds of people. She received the 2016 Goodwill Business Partner Award and was recognized by the State Attorney General for her efforts.

Before coming to FOX16, Susanne served as an Anchor and Reporter in Monterey, California and Tri-Cities, Washington where many of her stories gained national attention; from wildfires, a chunk of Highway 1 falling into the Pacific Ocean, a landslide trapping dozens of families, to one of the largest meth busts in U.S. history.

Susanne’s work has appeared on HLN, CBS, CNN, FOX, The Weather Channel, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Susanne is a proud graduate of Yuba College and San Francisco State University, earning a B.A. in Radio and Television with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism. She is half Filipino and Austrian, and a proud military brat. Her father and older brother served in the U.S. Air Force, so she’s moved plenty of times throughout California and the Philippines.

Susanne is a board member for Junior Achievement Arkansas, a non-profit aimed at helping grade school students prepare to succeed in a global economy.

Susanne enjoys traveling, dancing, DIY crafts & projects, checking out new restaurants, and taking golf lessons from her husband, Hayden. They love traveling and exploring the Natural State with their Golden Retriever Sadie.

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Susanne Brunner: Goodbye talk!

She has shaped the program for almost the last 12 years – now Susanne Brunner says goodbye to the daily conversation. Finally, she herself is the interviewee and tells her colleague Marc Lehmann anecdotes from over 1200 discussions. Bundesrätinnen and business leaders, sports stars and culture people: Everything that has rank and name in this country was a guest in Susanne Brunner in the daily conversation.

But not only the prominence has gathered with the bustling journalist, but experts and professionals, actors and the heroines of everyday life have also reported from their world. Susanne Brunner has always been the critical, stubborn and sensitive interrogator. Now she says goodbye: she pulls her as a correspondent in the Middle East – but first Marc Lehmann wants to know a few things from her.

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Education Matters: Avoiding the summer slide

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- For many, this is the last week of school. And teachers are sending home plans with students to continue learning during break.

Doesn’t matter what day of the week it is during the summer months, College Station Kindergarten teacher Karen Green wants her class to keep learning. “Summer slide is not a slide I want you to get on. I want you to go to the water park and get on a slide,” says Karen Green.

Living Well: Genetic cancer screenings

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- Doctors are calling it a huge breakthrough in medical care. Genetic screening for breast, ovarian and colon cancers are now available.

Genetic testing has been around for a while, but Dr. Jill Jennings with Baptist Health Hospital says it’s been unaffordable. Now, big changes in healthcare have made it affordable to Arkansans. “We are screening for eight different cancers,” says Dr. Jennings.

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Hard to believe Hayden and I got married 2 months ago today! I wanted to share with you some amazing photos LeeAnna with L T Photography captured of our special day. It’s true that many couples say… the day goes by fast. So we made sure to enjoy every second.

As most of you know, I’m from California and my groom is from Indiana. It made sense to have our wedding in Arkansas. It’s become our home and it holds a special place in our hearts because we met here in Little Rock. Our family and friends traveled from 10 different states and another country to be a part of it all. It was a first to the Natural State for many.

We are so blessed for the amazing people in our lives and we truly appreciate the warm wishes you’ve sent us. It was the best day of our lives!

If you’re planning a wedding, here’s my experience. We planned it ourselves and worked with some great vendors around Central Arkansas. I bought my dress at Low’s Bridal & Formal in Brinkley. I am thankful for Connie At Natural Steps for making it fit perfectly! I was so worried because the detail was intricate with lots of beading, but she is a pro.

I highly recommend her. Mickey’s Cakes & Sweets made our cake. It was an Italian Creme… soooo good, flavorful and moist! Our caterer Old Post Barbecue set up a buffet full with delicious southern bbq. They provided wonderful service. DJ Hollywood of Little Rock, AR helped keep our night on track and got everyone on the dance floor.

We danced all night, and if you know me, I couldn’t get off that dance floor! Cabbage Rose Florist put together some beautiful bouquets and arrangements. They even sent along chocolates to congratulate us. And lastly, our venue was absolutely breathtaking. An Enchanting Evening provided us with an intimate setting for our closest family and friends. It really shows off the beauty of our Natural State.

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The Rendezvous is, in addition to Echo der Zeit, the second big news format of the public Swiss radio station. It will be broadcast Monday through Friday at 12:30 on SRF 1, SRF 2 Culture, SRF Music Wave and SRF 4 News. It begins with a message block, followed by interviews and background reports that last until 1 pm.

The Rendez-Vous includes the thirteen-minute “Daily Talk”, which starts at 1 pm and involves a guest being interviewed on a current topic.

At weekends instead of rendezvous, an extended message block and sports news will be sent.

Ivana Pribakovic heads the editorial office; Other editors are Karoline Arn, Afra Gallati, Thomas Müller, and Thomas Zuberbühler. Responsible for the daily conversation is Susanne Brunner and Marc Lehmann. Christina Elsaesser supports the editors.

In 2018, the SRG Board of Directors decided to move the editorial office of the Rendez-vous 2020 from Bern to Zurich.

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Yoga is when the mind comes to rest.”

Yoga is a term from Sanskrit and means something like “unity” and “connection”. It is millennium-old teaching with roots in India, which promotes personal development and strengthens one’s own perception.

Body exercises and the conscious perception of the breath, as well as aspects of meditation, calm the mind. Only when the mind becomes calm can you sense and experience the oneness that you naturally possess, and awaken qualities such as love, compassion, and humility.

How often are the thoughts in the future or in the past, instead of being conscious in the now? Concentrating on the body and breathing can stop thinking for a moment, so self-awareness increases. Patterns and blockages are detected and resolved.

Yoga is an ideal balance to the stressful everyday life and helps you to more serenity, health, and zest for life. Give yourself a very personal first time in yoga and enjoy the movement of your body, the mindfulness of your breathing and the silence in your head. Experience unity!

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