Dan Springer

Dan Springer joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in August 2001 as a Seattle-based correspondent.

Most recently, Springer reported live from Washington to cover the school shooting at Maryville-Pilchuck High School. Previously, he has covered the Jodi Arias trial in Phoenix, AZ, as well as delivered live coverage of the 2010 Alaskan plane crash that killed former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens. Additionally, Springer sat down with former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin in 2009 for her first on-air interview after stepping down as Governor of Alaska. He has also extensively covered the war in Afghanistan.

Prior to joining FNC, he served as a general assignment reporter for KTVU-TV (FOX 2) in San Francisco, CA and KTTV-TV (FOX 11) in Los Angeles, CA. Springer began his career at WBKB-TV (CBS 11) in Alpena, MI, where he was the editor, host and sports director of a weekly sports special.

In 1997, Springer was awarded the Greater Los Angeles Press Club Award of Excellence. He also received a Newscast Reporter Emmy Award for his work on Mornings on 2 and Good Day LA.

Springer graduated in 1987 from Michigan State University with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Communications.

Latest Stories by Dan Springer

  • Aug 24, 2016

    Warnings of rate hikes as Oregon becomes 1st state to kill coal

    The massive coal-fired plant in Boardman, Ore., is just four years away from being shut down for good – at that point, Oregon coal production will be no more, after the state became the first in the nation to completely ban coal power.

  • Jun 30, 2016

    Trump trouble in the burbs?

    America’s suburbs: They’re sprawling, replete with shopping centers and bike paths – and they’re often where presidential elections are won or lost. But in a potential problem for the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump has not fared so well in the ‘burbs so far this cycle.

  • Jun 10, 2016

    Minimum wage, maximum mess in Oregon

    When Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed a minimum wage bill into law in March, it was the highest statewide wage floor in the U.S. It was also the most convoluted, setting three different wages and raise schedules depending on the area's population. ‎

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