Stephen Hauck Biography
Stephen Hauk is an American journalist who is an award-winning veteran Broadcast Journalist who joined the FOX 35 news team in April 2016. He came to Orlando from WIAT-TV (CBS) in Birmingham, Alabama – where he anchored and reported for 18 years.
While there, Stephen was awarded “Best News Anchor” in Alabama, twice (by the Associated Press and the Alabama Broadcasters Association). He has also been named “Best Reporter” in Alabama, earned awards for “Best Feature Story” and “Best Documentary”, anchored a broadcast which won for “Best Daytime Programming”, and anchored a broadcast which earned an Edward R. Murrow award for “Breaking News Coverage”.
Stephen Hauck Age
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Stephen Hauck Early Life
Stephen is originally from San Diego, California – but moved to Huntsville, Alabama at age 10.
He lived in Alabama from 5th grade through college – earning his Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Speech Communications from Troy State University.
After graduating from college in 1997, he took his first job at CNWG in Rome, Georgia as a reporter and fill-in anchor – before moving to Birmingham in 1998, where he spent nearly two decades at WIAT.
Stephen Hauck Family
Stephen is married with two children and enjoys volunteering with different ministries and organizations where he can help the less fortunate.
Stephen Hauck Education
He is a graduate of Troy State University and has a bachelor of science degree in broadcast journalism and speech communications. He was an anchor, reporter, videographer and producer for the Troy State University TV Station.
Stephen Hauck Career
Over the years, Stephen has had the opportunity to interview countless national figures and celebrities, including: Tiger Woods, Tom Selleck, Garth Brooks, Mitt Romney, LL Cool J, Mario Lopez, Mandy Moore, Charles Barkley, Brooke Burke, Marco Rubio, Jesse Jackson, Kirk Cameron, Johnny Cochran, Jerry Rice, Billy Bob Thornton, FBI director James Comey, Ben Carson, Arnold Palmer, Mike Krzyzewski, and Lou Holtz.
He also loves serving on international mission trips. Since 2008, Stephen has served on 18 mission trips in Honduras in Central America, the Amazon jungle of eastern Ecuador, the impoverished island nation of Haiti, the Andes Mountains of Peru in South America, South Sudan in the heart of Africa, the jungles of northern Thailand in Southeast Asia, and in Greece – ministering to refugees who fled their war-torn homelands.
He is very excited to be part of the FOX 35 news team – anchoring and reporting the news that matters most to the viewers of central Florida.
Stephen Hauck Lake Mary
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If you’ve ever been bombarded with harassing phone calls from a company, you may be a perfect candidate for a big payout.
Kathy Young says a debt collector was ruining her life. She claims the company called her more than 2,000 times after she told them to stop.
“I was on Prozac. I’m not gonna lie, because it was getting to me. I was seeing a psychiatrist, because it was just constantly harassing, constantly calling, constantly calling.”
Young is suing Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC. Her lawsuit claims as a result of the calls she suffered stress, anxiety, nervousness, fear, worry, hypertension, intimidation, panic attacks, diabetic flare-ups, nausea, vomiting, nightmares, headaches, pain and suffering, and mental and emotional distress. Ocwen Loan Servicing denies the allegations.
More and more people are using other companies for the same thing.
“It could be really any company. It could be a cruise line that’s calling to solicit a service, it could be a student loan company that’s calling to collect a bill, it could be a hospital that is calling to collect a bill, it could be a variety of different circumstances,” said attorney Matt Morgan who is handling Young’s case.
Morgan says even a single call after you say stop is one too many.
Stephen Hauck Clermont
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The firefighters at Lake County Fire Rescue have named one of their trucks “Colleen,” in honor of a Safe Haven baby dropped off at the firehouse in 2006.
“A car pulls up in the driveway, so I stepped outside and met the car and this young lady just walked up and handed me a baby carriage, and it was a little girl sleeping,” explained Battalion Chief Dan Miller. “I took the baby back inside; we had her transported to the hospital, and the rest is history.”
Colleen would later be adopted to a loving family who has since sent holiday cards to the station each year.
“We can’t imagine life without her,” said Colleen’s adoptive mother Lara Katich. “We got her since she was two weeks old, and she’s just a blessing every single day.”
Colleen and her family were present at the dedication of the truck on Friday and were reunited with Miller, who was on duty when she was delivered to Station 112.
“She’s grown into a beautiful little girl. She’s full of life. Every time I’ve seen her a couple of times since then, she brightens up the room when she comes in,” said Fire Chief Jim Dickerson.