Erica is a south Florida native. In fact, she’s never lived anywhere but the sunshine state. She came to WFLX FOX 29 from WPLG Local 10 where she covered breaking news in Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
Janny began doing radio news in Spanish for Florida’s 89.1 WUFT FM, “Noticias”, the only news outlet for the Hispanic community in Gainesville. After two semesters reporting and co-hosting the program, she realized she had a passion to serve her community and it was then she got involved with television news.
Broadcasting has been in Jon's blood since he was a kid. Starting at age 9, he would record his own newscasts, using his younger brother as an "on-the scene" witness.
Tania co-anchors FOX 29 weekend newscasts. She has done volunteer work in the past for local organizations including The Children's Place and Hospice of Palm Beach County.
Glenn Glazer loves South Florida. His grandparents lived in Vero Beach for the first five years of his life, and Boca Raton to the present day. Glenn spent his school years visiting them every chance he got.
James grew up in South Florida, where he developed a passion for the weather. After attending Florida State University, James had to adjust to the icy weather conditions in Clarksburg, West Virginia. There he was the Chief Meteorologist at WDTV and had to learn how to dig his car out of the snow!
Kahtia Hall was born in California and raised in the Sonoran Desert of Tucson, Arizona. She went to school in her hometown, graduating from the University of Arizona with a degree in Broadcast Journalism (Bear Down!).
Jason Pugh’s journalism career began while he was studying Mass Communications at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. He concentrated his studies in television and newspaper writing and was heavily involved in the campus radio station.