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.
For decades, horseshoe crabs have played a role in vaccine development. Researchers are now looking at how they could help with a COVID vaccine.
Plans to begin hybrid learning have been put on pause at Washington Township High School after reports of a student party.
Dozens of new access centers opened in Philadelphia Monday, providing more students with safe, supervised virtual learning environments.
Authorities are searching for a driver after a man was killed in a hit-and-run crash on Route 1 early Thursday morning in Falls Township.
Everyone can see the horrific images coming from the West Coast of the deadly wildfires, reducing homes and everything in their path. Even here, on the East Coast, there’s been a haze in the sky from all the smoke.
International flights have the green light from Philadelphia International Airport and there are outstanding dream destinations to be had dirt cheap. The challenge is many countries have not opened their borders to Americans.
The week is off to a rough start in one south Jersey school district where three staffers, from two different schools, have tested positive for COVID-19.
The holiday weekend may be over, but that doesn’t mean people are leaving the Jersey shore. In fact, a lot of people are extending their stays, in some cases, permanently.
It’s been a Labor Day for the ages, because 2020 has not been easy. As the crowd soaks in the last days of the season, businesses are trying to make their last summer buck.
FOX 29's Hank Flynn has more.