More Archives Stories

Bill says farewell to Anne McDermott

Bill says farewell to his first-ever female co-anchor Anne McDermott. Read More »

Bill interviews First Lady Clinton

As she toured Central New York before running for Senate, First Lady Hillary Clinton stopped in Utica and was interviewed by Bill Worden. Read More »

Bill interviews Bishop Moynihan

Amidst the sex scandal in the Rome Catholic Church, with some local incidents, Bill Worden interviewed Syracuse Diocese Bishop James Michael Moynihan on the future of the church. Read More »

Bill interviews Gov. Pataki

Bill Worden interviews New York State Governor George Pataki in 1997. Read More »

Bill with Brian Williams

When Brian Williams took over the anchor chair of NBC Nightly News, Bill Worden and Andy Jenks visited NBC News to chat with the new anchor and managing editor about Utica and Central New York. Read More »

December 31, 1999

As Central New York rang in the new millennium, Bill Worden anchored a special edition of NEWSChannel 2 at Six. Read More »

Blackout of 2003

As millions across the country were in the dark in the summer of 2003, Central New York was also affected by the massive Summer Blackout. Bill Worden and Susan Tran anchored coverage on NEWSChannel 2 at 6:00. Read More »

F.X. Matt Brewery Fire

In the opening night of Saranac Thursday in 2008, the F.X. Matt Brewery caught fire. Bill Worden anchored coverage on NEWSChannel 2 at 11:00. Read More »

Bill Worden announces retirement

UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - After more than 35 years as lead anchor at NewsChannel 2 and nearly 50 years in broadcasting, Bill Worden announced Thursday that he will retire from WKTV at the end of November. Bill is one of the longest-serving local news anchors in American television history. Read More »

Decision 2007

Election Night 2007 had many local races including that for Utica Mayor. Bill Worden anchored a special edition of NEWSChannel 2 at 11:00. Read More »