The ESPN anchor hosted the Rose Parade telecast Tuesday in her first on-air appearance since sustaining first- and second-degree burns to her face, hands, chest and neck in a propane gas grill accident Dec. 11.

Gerald Sapienza and Nicole Angelillo of Chesapeake, Va., kiss after being declared man and wife in a special Rose Parade ceremony. The newlyweds beat out three other couples vying to get married aboard Farmers Insurance's “The Love Float.”

NEW YORK — ESPN anchor Hannah Storm will return to the air on New Year's Day, exactly three weeks after she was seriously burned in a propane gas grill accident at her home. Storm suffered second-degree burns on her

Rose Parade 2013: Siberian throat singer can't be heard — again.

Gerald Sapienza and Nicole Angelillo of Chesapeake, Va., kiss after being declared man and wife in a special Rose Parade ceremony. The newlyweds beat out three other couples vying to get married aboard Farmers Insurance's “The Love Float.”