FOR MY BIRTHDAY THE GAVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE TO EAT AT CHILLIS I WENT TO THE ONE IN 12 ST AND 87 AVENUE A LEFT AT TEN PM AND 2 HOURS LATERS I WAS SICK AS A DOG THROWING UP FEVER AND STOMACK AND BODY ACKE THE NEXT DAY I HAD TO CALL THE DOCTOR 2 TIMES I TRY TO GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM BUT I LEAVE BY MY SELF AND WAS TOO SICK TO DRIVE THE SECOND TIME THE DOCTOR GAVE A MEDICATION THE STOP THE VOMITING BUT MISS 4 DAYS OF WORK I SAW IN CH 10 THAT THE RESTAURANT WAS CLOSED DOWN FOR RATS AND EMPLOYES THAT DID NOT WERE GLOVES AND I WANT TO MAKE A REPORT WERE CAN I WRITE TO REPORT THIS I TOOK MI NEPHEWS THERE AND THEY COULD GOTTENG SICK TOO.GINA
Best TV News Reporter - 2006
Rad Berky, WPLG (Channel 10)
Berky is the anti-Twinkie. Always professional, never treacly, he brings depth, doggedly thorough reporting, and elegance to a business full of flash, false sincerity, superfluous bites, irrelevant "news," and ratings stunts. He, Glenna Milberg, and Michael Putney form ABC affiliate WPLG's most solid, probing, and balanced triumvirate, excelling at the meaty pieces. Berky has an irresistible combination of scrupulousness and panache that allows him to dig deeply while telling the best story around. Berky doesn't do the easy thing. He doesn't do the salacious thing. He relishes complexity, whether reporting about migrants or Luis Posada Carriles or the Dubai port controversy. He doesn't "sell" tragedy or insert himself into the story. Berky tells you what's happening, how it happened, what might happen, and how it affects you; and he does it with an integrity, a nuance, and a depth from which many in his field could learn.