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Continuing Coverage on KHQ-TV: Remembering Tim Russert

SPOKANE, Wash. - We suffered a sudden and tragic loss in the world of journalism Friday, when Tim Russert died suddenly at age 58. Coverage of Russert's passing will continue on KHQ-TV through the weekend.


9:00 p.m. Friday
Dateline: "Remembering Tim Russert"
-  An hour-long report will look back at Russert's relationship with his dad, Big Russ, and his roots in Buffalo, N.Y. Rhe report will explore his career highlights while colleagues and politicians share their memories.
  • A look back on Tim's life and career.
  • Tom Brokaw, Brian Williams, television colleagues, and others reflect back on both their personal and professional relationships with Tim.
  • Highlights of Tim's career

5:00 a.m. Saturday
Weekend Today Special Edition
-  A special edition of Weekend Today, with a tribute to Tim Russert,  anchored by Matt Lauer and Al Roker.


8:00 a.m. Sunday
Meet the Press Special Edition
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Tom Brokaw will anchor a special edition of "Meet the Press" dedicated to the extraordinary life of Tim Russert on Sunday.
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