Caleb Saylor joined FOX 55 as a weekend meteorologist and multi-media journalist in May 2017.
Caleb was born and raised in New Haven, Indiana, where he grew up with a healthy curiosity about the 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 about the 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.
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Through his job as the fatherhood program supervisor at Healthier Moms and Babies, Greggory Smith-Causey says he needed to help change the stigma that father-figures are more than just stoic and a provider.
FOX 55 Meteorologist Caleb Saylor explains how funnel clouds form after some were spotted in the Wells County area on July 12, 2020.
After watching the news surrounding the Black Lives Matter moves, Miles Clark wanted to help people of color in his community. His small effort in the beginning has turned into a community-wide initiative to help build generational wealth in Southeast Fort Wayne.
This Saturday, you can head out to Copper Canyon in Fort Wayne and for just $5, you'll be able to enjoy live music while helping out the Fort Wayne Pitbull Coaltion, who has taken a pretty big hit thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The heat looks to continue as we head towards the end of the work week. That means people like construction workers, the homeless and first responders have to spend more time out in the heat, making life more difficult.
Rev. Eric Zimmer comes, most recently, from the University of Notre Dame. He's also served at the Vatican as the head of Catholic higher education throughout the English-speaking world and has been a involved in fundraising for many universities and nonprofit organizations he has been involved with throughout his career.
Operation dry water is a year round initiative to raise awareness about the dangers of boating while intoxicated. If you plan to head to a lake in Indiana over the holiday weekend, you'll notice more DNR conservation officers than normal cracking down on boating while intoxicated.
As of July 1, Indiana state law says that besides with a court order, no company can force an employee or a candidate to have a microchip implanted, injected, ingested, inhaled, or placed in their body for any reason. State representative Bob Morris says this law a necessary for privacy protection.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced Civic Theatre officials to re-evaluate their plan moving forward. They say after a survey, that's when they approached Fort Wayne Parks Department with an idea to host shows at the outdoor theatre.
According to a report out by Climate Central, if environmental regulations are not tightened, more excessive heat days will occur as we head towards the end of the century. This will cause an increase in heat-related deaths, especially in Northern states where people aren't as acclimated to hot temperatures.
Data is updated nightly.
Data is updated nightly.