Matt Maisel Biography, Age, Wife, Career, FOX 43 And FOX43 Morning News

Matt Maisel Biography

Matt Maisel is an American journalist working as an anchor for FOX 43 in FOX43 Morning News. He is a Central Pennsylvania native.

He attended Susquehanna Township High School. He then went to Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications. Matt was however born in Pittsburg and he is a fan of The Pirates, Penguins, or Steelers.

Matt Maisel Age

Matt was born in Pittsburg. Information about his age will be updated soon.

Matt Maisel Wife

He is a married man and he has a son.

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Matt Maisel Career | Matt Maisel FOX 43 News | Matt Maisel FOX43 Morning News

Preceding joining the Morning Newsgroup in July 2017, Matt was FOX43’s Harrisburg department correspondent since April 2015, where he secured the capital city beat just as state government stories at the State Capitol.

Matt didn’t take the customary course to the FOX43 stay work area. Truth be told, his experience is in games. Before joining FOX43, Matt went through over seven years at WJAC-TV in Johnstown, PA as a games columnist and sports executive.

While there, he gave an account of the Jerry Sandusky kid sex misuse embarrassment at Penn State and the Pirates come back to the postseason in 2013, among different stories. Matt is an alum of Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications.

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FOX43 Capitol Beat: State Senator Daylin Leach


State Senator Daylin Leach (D-Montgomery) responds to numerous allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior on the FOX43 Capitol Beat.

Accusations against Leach date as far back as 1991, when a woman recently accused him of coercing her into oral sex while Leach, then an attorney, was defending her mother in an attempted murder trial.

Senate Democrats commissioned an independent investigation by Harrisburg-based law firm Eckert Seamans to look into the accusations, which include incidents in 2008 when Leach was running for his state senate seat, and in 2015 while he was a senator.

The investigation found Leach did not break any laws when it comes to sexual harassment claims, although some of his behavior could be considered inappropriate for a workplace.

Leach has been asked to resign by Governor Tom Wolf, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa, and others. He says he will not step down.

Family First with FOX43: Why doctors say you should vaccinate

The United States is in the midst of its worst measles outbreak in 27 years. More and more parents are choosing not to vaccinate their children.

Health officials say giving your child the schedule of vaccines as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the safest way to keep not only your children safe but others around them.

FOX43’s Matt Maisel explores the vaccine debate, why he vaccinates his son, and how state lawmakers want to give parents more freedom to not vaccinate their children if they choose.