Thursday, December 14, 2000

Middletown native radio anchor dies

        Veteran ABC News Radio anchorman Tim O'Donnell, a native of Middletown, died Wednesday at a New Jersey hospital where he was being treated for a recent heart attack. He was 57.

        Mr. O'Donnell's voice was known to listeners across the nation as he reported on the major stories of the past 30 years. He joined ABC News in 1968.

        He is survived by his wife, Eileen, and two sons.


ELECTION 2000 SPECIAL COVERAGE: Tristate reaction and impact from Al Gore's concession and George W. Bush's transition to the presidency, plus the latest news from Associated Press.

City submits Olympic bid
Where Olympic events would be held
Four annual festivals would precede Games
Police shoot man after store holdup
Some roads may be slippery
Storm closes 2 runways here
College leaders visit family of student killed in fire
Neighbors pray for pregnant woman
City gives prime spot to cement
Aquarium lands deadliest fish
Ballpark board must meet publicly
Proficiency test overhaul advice out today
Winton Woods schools, teachers agree tentatively
Henry's health tips aim to curb kids' illness
Judges to consider disciplining probation officers
Latest Hustler store opens Friday in Monroe
Officer faces charge of domestic violence
Report: Brutality complaint unfounded
Board seat got crowded
Fire damages home in Paddock Hills
- Middletown native radio anchor dies
Store gunman escapes after holdup
Two badly injured in Avondale fire
Body found in Lake Erie identified
Body of missing student found
Court OKs takeover of schools
Kentucky Digest
Parents opt for jail over visitation