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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Sammy Mann's original 5th birthday had to be cancelled due to COVID-19, but her family and community still wanted to do something special for her.
According to both Fort Wayne Police Department and Steuben County Sheriff's Department, the number of calls they've received about crime has gone down during the Stay-At-Home order. However, some crime categories are going up.
People throughout the region are going through tough times thanks to COVID-19 and some are already planning on what to do with the stimulus check they receive from the government.
Whether the cleaning crew cleans businesses or homes, companies are seeing an increase in calls to help combat the spread of COVID-19
School districts throughout the area are getting creative to make sure their students are receiving meals during the week while they're shutdown.
Many were concerned about the homeless when the Stay-At-Home orders went into effect for Indiana and Ohio. They're not receiving all the help they normally get, but local groups are working to solve that problem.
Local boutique shops and other residents are stepping up to make face masks to help the public and healthcare facilities stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aug. 24, 2016, was a day East Allen County Schools remembers well. They had a school bus on the road in Woodburn as an EF-3 tornado moved through the area. The district says as they move into spring, their reviewing their safety plans with bus drivers.
This week is Severe Weather week in Indiana. We're focusing on tornado safety as we head into severe weather season.
As we head into March, we have to start thinking less about snow and more about preparing for severe weather. Are you prepared if severe weather impacts you? Know what to do and what it means if you're under a watch or a warning.