Matthew McClellan is a weekend morning anchor for FOX 13, reporting live for Good Day Tampa Bay during the week.
McClellan moved to Tampa in 2019 after spending two years in Indianapolis. There, he served as weekend evening anchor for WRTV-TV while reporting weekdays from the field.
Previously he was at WRIC-TV in Richmond, Virginia, where he was a reporter and fill-in anchor, developing high-impact reports for broadcast and online. McClellan reported from the widespread destruction of Hurricane Matthew and extensively covered the 2016 presidential election, including the selection of former Richmond mayor Tim Kaine as vice presidential nominee.
Prior to WRIC, McClellan was a weekend evening anchor for WTVY-TV in Dothan, Alabama.
In 2014, McClellan won a Florida Associated Press Award for his reports on the deaths of dozens of boys at Florida’s Dozier reform school.
McClellan earned a Bachelor of Science in broadcasting from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. He enjoys running, live music, and cooking. You can reach him at email@example.com, as well as on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Tampa General Hospital has been chosen as one of the few in Florida to get the vaccine first once approved, according to a report.
A group of commercial Florida fishermen partnered with a local non-profit to deliver fresh, sustainably-caught fish to families impacted by the pandemic.
It was a stressful, busy night for many in Pinellas County, specifically for those living in the flood-prone areas. From Madeira Beach to St. Pete, many watched as water spilled into streets of neighborhoods and into their homes and businesses as Tropical Storm Eta pummeled Pinellas County.
Residents at a Tampa transitional shelter for homeless veterans will get some-much needed assistance from a service project led Habitat for Humanity.
At the beginning of the school year, parents made a choice about which type of learning they wanted for their children amid widespread COVID-19 precautions. While they'd hoped it wouldn't still be an issue by now, school superintendents want to keep one key option in place as infection rates continue to surge.
Duke Energy is sending 400 crews to help restore electricity and assess Zeta's damage to South Carolina's upstate.
A big sand buildup at John's Pass is causing some major problems, and city leaders will meet Wednesday to discuss some possible solutions.
While it has not been announced publicly which of the 250 Hillsborough County public schools are about to see the impacts of job cuts, the district's superintendent announced late Wednesday that some temporary teachers will lose their jobs, with some permanent teachers getting reassigned.
Personal fitness will be the focus Wednesday as countless students around the world participate in "International Walk and Bike to School Day," including those across Hillsborough County. However, the annual event will be noticeably different from years past, with no gatherings planned.
Florida's secretary of state says voters should be on alert against social media misinformation in the weeks leading up to the November 3 presidential election.