Karen Hepp joined the FOX 29 News team in November, 2010. She is a co-anchor of the 4 to 6 a.m. hours of “Good Day Philadelphia,” and joins the set as co-host for the final hour of the show from 9 to 10 a.m.
Prior to joining FOX 29, she worked at WNYW-TV in New York City, anchoring Good Day Wakeup. She had joined Fox 5 in January 2005 as the weekend anchor. She previously worked for NBC-owned-and- operated stations for 8 years including: WNBC in New York; WCAU in Philadelphia; and WVIT in Connecticut. Her career began in Binghamton, New York and Rochester, New York.
Karen is a graduate of New York University and is from the Philadelphia area.
She lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her husband Brian Sullivan and 3 young sons: Macklin - named for Jeremy Maclin, the former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver; Quinn, named for former Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn: and Kellen, named for former NFL player Kellen Winslow Sr. Obviously Karen and her husband love sports… especially in Philly. She also enjoys running, hiking, and sitting on the sidelines of soccer fields.
A Philadelphia high school senior who accrued over $1M in scholarship money selected which school she will attend in the fall Wednesday morning on Good Day Philadelphia.
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Giovanni Hamilton shared a heartfelt video message to Prescott on Twitter Sunday, showing support for the Dallas Cowboys quarterback.
As a part of FOX 29’s Our Race Reality series, 25-year-old Philadelphia native Cole Brown joined Good Day’s Mike Jerrick and Karen Hepp to discuss his book “Greyboy: Finding Blackness in a White World.”
Self-taught photographer Antonio M. Johnson had such fond memories of the barbershop of his youth on 52nd and Market, he set out on a journey to visually document barbershops across the United States, in an effort to explore possible similarities or differences.
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Originally, the general public was banned from attending home athletic events after a brawl broke out during a basketball game in December.
Ever wonder why some of your posts get more likes than others? A local influencer visits "Good Day Philadelphia" to explain how to improve your posts based on what your followers want to see.