Each morning, thousands of viewers wake up with Rhonda Weidner. As co-host of Good Morning Mississippi, Rhonda makes sure you are informed when you start your day.
After Rhonda graduated from the University of New Orleans, she went to work for WDSU-TV, the NBC affiliate in New Orleans. She learned a lot about news and eventually became a news assignments editor.
Rhonda came to work as a reporter for WLOX in 1989 and immediately began anchoring the local news cut-ins during Good Morning America. That went so well that WLOX developed Good Morning Mississippi. You can see it every weekday morning from 4:30 - 7:00 a.m..
Rhonda's day doesn't end after the credits on Good Morning Mississippi. When that show is over, she gets ready for WLOX News at Midday, a half-hour news show at 11:00 a.m..
Rhonda has one child, a daughter named Alexandra.
Rhonda is very involved with her daughter's education. She helps administer reading tests each week for all of the children in her daughter's elementary school classroom. She is also involved in various PTA projects. Rhonda also likes to read to children throughout the year at schools across South Mississippi.
One extra tidbit about Rhonda: Even though she grew up in New Orleans, Rhonda was born at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi.
You can e-mail Rhonda at firstname.lastname@example.org.