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.
The Fourth of July holiday weekend is typically one of the busiest in the year at Tampa International Airport, but as more people decide to stay home this year over safety concerns, you can expect travel numbers to be down significantly.
July 1 kicks off the beginning of training camp for Major League Baseball, as players gear up for the league’s proposed 60-game regular season schedule, which is set to begin July 23 and 24.
Beginning Tuesday, as many as 1,000 people daily will be able to get tested for COVID-19 at the Raymond James Stadium testing site in Tampa.
Next week, Major League Baseball will finally resume spring training -- more than three months behidn schedule, but COVID-19 remains an ongoing threat. With that in mind, there will be new rules and procedures moving forward.
It’s summer in Florida -- that means hurricane season, alligator mating season and now mosquitoes are on the move as well. Crews in Hillsborough County are stepping up to battle these pests.
One of the assistant coaches for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has tested positive for COVID-19, according to ESPN. Two other Buccaneers assistant coaches are being quarantined.
The president of the Florida’s election oversight group weighed in Wednesday night on Governor Ron DeSantis’ emergency executive order regarding the state’s upcoming elections.
When gyms closed and fitness classes ended in mid-March amid the statewide coronavirus shutdown, people scrambled to find ways to stay active, especially those not inclined to put on a pair of running shoes and hit the street on foot. As a result, there's been an unprecedented surge in bicycle sales not only at the local and state level, but also nationally.
Schools across the state are slated to begin adopting Florida’s new educational standards in the 2021-2022 school year, but according to new findings from an education think-tank in Washington, the new math and language arts standards are rushed and weak.
Another round of businesses are cleared to reopen today amid the coronavirus pandemic, including bars, movie theaters, and even concert halls. But some local officials are wondering if it’s too soon.