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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On September 1st, LSC Communications, a print and digital communications company, notified the Indiana Department of Workforce Development that they would lay off all of the roughly 307 employees at one of their two facilities in Kendallville.
More resources than ever are available to help people deal with mental health issues, something Jennifer Barnes of Mental Health American of Northeast Indiana says wasn’t widely available to her when she dealt with losing her father from suicide in 2003.
High school football season in Northeast Indiana rolls on into week 5, but it'll feel more like week 8 out there on Friday. You may need to pack a jacket or sweater for the 4th quarter.
Peak of tropical cyclone season has just passed, but there is still a lot of season to go for the Atlantic basin and we're almost out of names for storms. So what happens next?
Jobs are starting to return, but the need for food pantries is increasing. Over the past month, Community Harvest Food Bank has seen a 25% increase in the number of people served, and their community partners have seen an increase as well.
Members of the South Richland Fire Department in Defiance, along with other firefighters and first responders, met up to honor 9/11 victims by climbing the same number of flight of stairs as floors in the World Trade Center.
Illegal dumping has been on the rise at the recycling site at the former Byron Health Center since it became vacant in May. A county official says if you're caught leaving your trash behind or leaving recycling when you aren't supposed to, they will make you pay.
Allen County Health Commissioner Dr. Matthew Sutter says the upcoming flu season could be worse because of COVID-19, saying "We now have two dangerous respiratory viruses circulating. It could be a much worse season because of that."
COVID-19 made it difficult to find poll workers in the June election and that is still the case regarding experienced poll workers. However, more young people are stepping up to help fill the need.
Staff at the Super Shot clinics estimates that the number of kids they've seen for immunizations for August is down at least 50%.
Data is updated nightly.
Data is updated nightly.