Prior to ABC11, Fred worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WGN-TV in Chicago - covering all types of news ranging from political scandal to religious fallout.
Before the Windy City, Fred earned his stripes at WXII in Winston-Salem and WCTI in New Bern. His assignments included numerous post 9/11 Camp Lejeune exercises and the capture of Olympic Bomber Eric Rudolph.
Fred's not ashamed to admit his Tar Heel ties. He was a cheerleader while earning a journalism degree at Carolina. In 2006, Fred was honored as the school's distinguished Nelson Benton Lecturer. He also likes mentoring the next generation of journalists.
Fred says his most cherished TV moment was his on-air engagement to ABC 11 reporter Sheyenne Rodriguez.
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Federal funding cuts and slow donations are fueling a Raleigh man to make a case for your money and time to help Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle get out of a hole.
There was an emotional first court appearance for a man arrested in connection with a 1971 cold case murder.
Duke Professor Dr. Michael Merson was collaborating on a new initiative with Joep Lange, a passenger and scientist who died on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Two suspects in the Monday theft of a dinosaur model from the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences voluntarily turned themselves in to North Carolina State Capitol Police Thursday morning.
At least 2,500 tons of coal ash and sediment removed from the Dan River are now in a Person County landfill, which completes three months of clean-up following the third largest coal ash spill in U.S. history.