Caleb Saylor joined FOX 55 as a meteorologist and news multi-media journalist in May 2017.
Caleb was born and raised in New Haven, Indiana, where he grew up with a healthy curiosity of weather. He graduated from New Haven High School, and then graduated from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne with a degree in Mathematics Teaching. For a brief period, Caleb taught math at Concordia Lutheran High School. He then moved to England and taught math at the John Wallis Church of England Academy.
Caleb returned to the United States and decided to pursue his childhood curiosity of weather. He enrolled in the Applied Atmospheric Science Master’s program at Ball State University. He was a member of the student media organizations and conducted research on interactions between land type and the heat stress on humans.
Caleb enjoys playing soccer and likes being out with friends and family enjoying Fort Wayne. If you have a story idea for Caleb, e-mail him at email@example.com.
One of the safety concerns this week is the heat and humidity. Feels-like temps could soar well above 100 degrees Fahrenheit by the weekend, so if you're spending a lot of time outside and you're not properly prepared, you could be dealing with a heat-related illness.
Festival organizers want to make sure that all Fort Wayne families have the opportunity to enjoy the festival and perhaps have experiences they've never had before.
Tools for School is a donation program that supplies school children with school supplies.
Nearly $4 million dollars is coming to the city from the State of Indiana.
Defiance County Sheriff were called to a home on Spencerville Road near Hicksville, Ohio on a report of a farming accident
The closure on Calhoun Street in Downtown Fort Wayne could impact your commute this week.
AAA estimates that nearly 50 million people will travel this 4th of July. Understand that there are a few reasons why your trip may experience some delays.
During peak heating in the day, the air temperature in a car can rise to anywhere between 130 to 175 degrees.
As people flock to area pools, one local facility wants people to know that they are not a babysitting service.
The 2019 International Blind Sports Events is in need of more volunteers for the event that runs through July 9th.