Fixed link to your report: http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...3cf4612058e624
FYI, the reason you're having trouble with these two stations is because they are broadcasting on VHF frequencies (ch 2-13). Be sure to look at the "real" channel being used by each station. Your antenna is designed for UHF frequencies only (ch 14-69).
If you want to do a better job picking up the VHF stations, you can either add a VHF-only antenna to your current setup, or you can switch your antenna to a "combo" antenna that does both VHF and UHF.
Some good high-VHF (ch 7-13) antennas are the Winegard YA-6713 and Antennacraft Y5713. Either of these antennas can be combined with your existing antenna using a Pico Macom UVSJ or equivalent (this is a diplexor
, which more appropriate for this situation than a typical 2-way splitter/combiner).
Some good "combo" antennas are the Winegard HD7694P and Antennacraft HBU-33. Either of these would be a nice "one antenna" solution for your situation.