Antwan Lewis is a general assignment reporter. Lewis joined FOX 5 News in 2010.
Lewis most recently served for three years as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WGN-TV in Chicago.
Prior to that, he spent four years as a reporter and fill-in anchor for KTVK-TV in Phoenix, Arizona. Before that, Lewis held a variety of positions at WTKR-TV in Norfolk, Virginia, starting as an intern and working his way up to a reporter.
Lewis is involved in various children's charities and works closely with the visually impaired. He is an active supporter of the UNCF and has been honored by the National Association of Black Journalists.
Lewis has been awarded four Emmys and has nine additional nominations.
A graduate of Norfolk State University, Lewis holds a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications and Journalism, as well as a Master of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Regent University. He resides in New York City.
The Acting MTA Chairman testified before state lawmakers who were looking for answers as to just how dire the transit agency's financial picture really is.
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The mayor is sounding the alarm on vaccinations as the delta variant has emerged as the dominant coronavirus strain in New York City.
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