Chris Herzog brings his decade-plus experience to Fox 25/48's News @ 9 as the anchor and producer, a role he first filled in 2006 when Fox 25/48's News @ 9 premiered.
He came to Fox 25/48 from Springfield, Mo., where he spent six years as a reporter and weekend anchor at the CBS and Fox affiliate. Before living in Springfield, he was a reporter at the NBC station in Wichita Falls, Texas, and after college, worked at WDAF, the Fox station in Kansas City, Mo.
Chris has a bachelor's degree in public relations from William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., and is an award-winning reporter with several accolades from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association and the Missouri Broadcasters Association.
When he's not anchoring newscasts or helping direct day-to-day operations, Chris enjoys hunting; fishing; riding motorcycles; flying airplanes as a licensed private pilot; and spending time with his wife, Sarah Stokes, and their children, a little boy and little girl, Kanyon and Kaydence, who arrived in 2010 and 2012. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andrew McCawley joined the Fox 25/48's News @ 9 team in September 2010. Andrew is from Omaha, Neb. He loves being from the Midwest because we get to experience every type of weather. From thunderstorms to snow, we get to see it all. That's why he fell in love with weather at a young age. The weather's always changing, and that's what makes his job as a meteorologist so much fun.
Growing up, Andrew played as many sports as possible. Hockey, soccer and football kept him busy in both grade school and high school. He was the kicker at Valparaiso University, and graduated from there with a degree in meteorology, with minors in communication and math. After that he spent two years as a meteorologist/reporter at station in Sioux City, Iowa. It was another year at a station in Omaha before he came to Eau Claire.
When Andrew's not working, you'll find him outdoors, working out and playing sports like hockey. E-Mail: email@example.com.
Jenn Chapman joined the Fox 25/48 News @ 9 team in January 2012 as a sports anchor/reporter and looks forward to covering a variety of sports in Wisconsin.
Jenn grew up in Centreville, Va., playing multiple sports, Techmo Bowl on Nintendo, and aspiring to be the next Katie Couric.
Most recently Jenn has been a part of the Revolution 3 Triathlon Broadcasting Team, covering national and international triathlons on both the professional and amateur levels. This year Rev3 adds a race in August at the Wisconsin Dells!
Jenn earned her master's degree in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts from Central Michigan University while serving as the reporter for CMU's Athletic Department. Jenn produced an award-winning documentary about the CMU wrestling program in 2009. She even took on the challenge of weight cutting with the team, complete with a video blog of the weight cuts and ending with a wrestling match against a high-schooler (This was not a good idea!).
Jenn received her bachelor's degree from James Madison University where she was captain of the Division 1 Cross Country and Track and Field Team. She interned at WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Va. Jenn now competes in marathons and triathlons. She loves coaching youth sports and was the head coach of the Sully Station Swim Team for 7 years. GO SSTs!
Jenn is proud to have brought her family into the double digits; that's right, she's the 10th of 14 children to her parents Ralph and Janet, but her greatest honor is being the undisputed favorite aunt to her 21 nieces and nephews. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.