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Laura Ingle

Laura Ingle
Occupation Correspondent, Fox News Channel
Website
Laura Ingle's profile on FOXNews.com

Laura Ingle is a correspondent for Fox News Channel.

Joining the network in 2005, Ingle was originally based in Dallas, and is currently based in New York.[1] She has also appeared on the FNC program Geraldo at Large.

Prior to being hired by Fox News, Ingle reported on the Scott Peterson and Michael Jackson trials for talk radio station KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles, and served as a news anchor/reporter for KFBK in Sacramento.[1] At KFBK, Ingle worked with a number of current Fox News personalities, including Fox Business Network anchor/host and Fox News Radio host Tom Sullivan, and Fox News Radio host Spencer Hughes.

References

  1. ^ a b "Correspondent - Laura Ingle".  

External links

  • Bio on FoxNews.com
  • Personal blog on FoxNews.com


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