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Tom Haynes Wiki
Tom Haynes is an American anchor who is currently of FOX 5 News at 5 and News Edge at 11. He joined FOX 5 in December of 2007.
Tom Haynes Biography and Career Life
Tom graduated with a degree in politics from the University of Massachusetts. He is a native of Miami.
Tom is the anchor of FOX 5 News at 5 and News Edge at 11. He joined FOX 5 in December of 2007.
Prior to his move to Atlanta, Tom worked at WSVN, the FOX affiliate in Miami. While working at WSVN, Tom was part of the station’s primary anchor team and also reported for the station’s evening newscasts.
Tom has covered a wide range of stories. During his time at Fox 5, he has been front and center for major elections, field anchoring from storm-ravaged parts of our state.
Also, Tom anchored the fiery collapse of I-85 and anchoring live from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where a gunman carried out the worst school shooting in U.S. history.
He has also traveled to interview notable television personalities such as Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, and Judge Judy.
Tom began his career in 1994 as a production assistant for CNN’s Larry King Live. He later moved to CNN’s world headquarters here in Atlanta where he worked as a producer, reporter, and anchor.
He was on air in the aftermath of the September 11th terrorist attacks. He also covered the U.S. led invasion in Iraq and Afghanistan.
When he was in Miami, he reported on the unprecedented 2004 and 2005 Atlantic hurricane seasons that battered the Florida and Gulf Coast.
Tom also reported from Panama prior to the handover of the Panama Canal in 1999.
He has received national recognition for his work, including an Emmy Award, a Beacon Award for hosting a live town hall meeting following the first debate of the 2000 presidential election, and a Prism commendation for his CNN series “Drugs: Perceptions, Realities”.