Hank Flynn joined the FOX 29 News team in September, 2016, as a general assignment reporter. His style of reporting and news gathering is unique and his "Hank’s Take" segments are the types of stories people talk about at the water cooler the next day.
Prior to joining FOX 29, Hank made a name for himself in the New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia markets as a high profile Chaser for four years on "Chasing News," an innovative public affairs program broadcast on FOX 29 and WWOR in Secaucus, New Jersey. He also gained international experience as a foreign correspondent and bureau chief at the United Nations for two years.
Hank Flynn is a native Southerner whose family moved to the New York City area when he was a teenager. He moved to Bucks County, Pa., in 2013, where he lives with his wife and three sons.
City of Philadelphia and state leaders want legislation to reduce gun violence. They met at the Olney Transportation Center Friday where eight people were shot last week.
A horrific video shows a pizzeria owner being senselessly attacked by four men in Norristown.
Crews are working around the clock to repair a broken sewer main in Ventnor, New Jersey.
Governor Tom Wolf unveiled a hopeful recovery plan for the Keystone State Monday, but the long wait for the hard-to-find COVID vaccine keeps creeping back in.
New Jersey is looking to level the playing field when it comes to vaccine availability, by partnering with the federal government to open sites.
In treacherous winter weather conditions, officials always provide the travel advice – stay home. People were out ahead of the ice, buying the last of the salt, in anticipation of yet another storm.
Delaware Gov. John Carney is relaxing capacity restrictions at restaurants and retail stores starting Friday.
Out of Bucks County's approximately 600,000 people more than 13,000 have gotten both shots a little better than 2%, while almost 35,000 have gotten their first doses
Local lawmakers, gathering at Lincoln Financial Field, called for the city to use the stadium as a mass vaccine site. But, some argue, vaccine sites need to be out in communities, so that everyone has access.
A Gloucester County mega vaccine site had an apparent mega mistake, as some folks got a scare when they received an email saying their appointments were canceled.