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.
One parent says her 17-year-old son was chosen by a group of boys at random July 4 weekend accused of seeing a girl he’s never met that’s when someone slugged him in the face.
Pilot Landon Lucas, 18, described the moment he started losing engine power and knew he had to make an emergency landing on the bridge in Ocean City.
The School District of Philadelphia on Thursday said masks will be required for teachers and students in the fall as the city tries to restart full in-person learning amid changing variables in the coronavirus pandemic.
A drone’s eye view of Monday’s Bucks County flood damage shows the extent of the devastation, as residents struggle to try and put their homes and lives back together.
At a construction site in Northern Liberties, an old burial site was found, left over from a church that stood at the spot in the 1800's.
Controversy down the shore as officials in a Cape May County town are closing the beach and boardwalk during certain hours, because of, they say, out-of-control teens.
AC is serious about curbing violent crime. They hope the system helps by sounding off at 10 p.m.
Philadelphia is dealing with serious epidemic when it comes to gun violence.
Philadelphia suburbs inundated with water from Wednesday's heavy rainstorms might not be out of the woods yet. Forecasters on Thursday called for another round of showers and popup thunderstorms that could cause receding floodwaters to rise again.
The Delaware Valley heat wave emphasized what many residents already know, which is the air quality across Philadelphia and Delaware County is rated poorly.