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Orlando, FL
Meteorologist and Traffic Anchor, WOFL Fox 35 Orlando
As seen in:  ABC 26 New Orleans

WOFL Fox 35 Meteorologist & Traffic Anchor. Lover of the weather, & all things eco-friendly, my dog, running, yoga, surfing, photography & the ocean,...

Baker Maid | WGNO

wgno.com — These days, when it seems like everything is made someplace else, it's nice to see a business making everything right here! Molly Rosenblatt takes us behind the scenes of Baker Maid: a bakery that makes everything it needs, right where it's at.

“Bloody Sunday Sessions” brings musical artists to the streets of New Orleans

wgno.com — "Bloody Sunday Sessions" brings musical artists to the streets of New Orleans A local music producer is working on a project that gets artists out of the studio and takes them through New Orleans on a French Quarter carriage. WGNO's Molly Rosenblatt rode along on one of these "Bloody Sunday Session" with producer Eric Heigle and local musician Andrew Duhon.

A Beautiful Memorial Day In Store

wgno.com — Sunday evening Weather with Meteorologist Molly Rosenblatt

New Orleans filmmaker making Edgar Allan Poe books into films

wgno.com — A local filmmaker is taking his passion for Edgar Allan Poe to the big screen. John La Tier just completed A Tell Tale Heart and he hopes to make more films based on Poe's books. You can help by contributing to La Tier's Kickstarter project here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/johnlatier/edgar-allan-poe-film-series?ref=live

Molly’s Forecast For The First Weekend Of Jazz Fest

wgno.com — Weather with Meteorologist Molly Rosenblatt

A Cold Front Is Coming. Molly Says Maybe You’ll Notice.

wgno.com — Monday's 10:00 weather cast with Meteorologist Molly Rosenblatt

Cool, beautiful weekend

wgno.com — Weather with Meteorologist Molly Rosenblatt

Ancient archaeological findings in Bayou St. John

wgno.com — New Orleans is an old city with a lot of history, but archaeologists are uncovering something new. Pre-historic artifacts from early indian tribes and later pieces from the colonial period around Bayou St. John! (News with a Twist 3/6/13)

Michael Dees, creator of Columbia Pictures logo, exhibits in New Orleans

wgno.com — New Orleans probably has more great artists, per capita, than any other city. One of those is responsible for a piece of artwork that most movie-lovers will recognize: the Columbia Pictures logo. The artist's name is Micheal Deas and WGNO's Molly Rosenblatt has more about that famous painting and his other great works.

Members of the worldwide media experience New Orleans

wgno.com — Thousands of reporters and photographers are in New Orleans for the Super Bowl. WGNO's Molly Rosenblatt asked them what they're most looking forward to experiencing in the Crescent City. (News with a Twist - 1/29/13)
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Oct 30, 2014

Major delays on Alafaya Traill NB from earlier accident. Traffic still being diverted onto Mark Twain @MyFoxOrlando pic.twitter.com/dt6mlVnUf5

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