Harold Fisher is one of the co-anchors for Fox-45 Morning News. He joined the News Team in February 2001.
"After earning a B.S. degree from Morgan State University in 1986, he spent three years in radio as a DJ and eventually a political reporter in Maryland and Washington, DC. He began his television career in Rockville, MD at Cable News 21. He then made career stops in Tallahassee, Florida and Huntsville, Alabama. There he was nominated for an Alabama Associated Press Award for his coverage of the Hurricane Andrew disaster. He also received several community service awards including the Alabama A&M University Alumni Association Community Service Award and 20 Distinguished Men of Huntsville Community Service Award. He then spent two years in Columbus, OH at WCMH-TV as a reporter before going to WGRZ-TV in Buffalo, NY. There he spent three years as co-anchor for the station's new morning show. He spent two years as the co-anchor for KSHB-TV's 6PM newscast in Kansas City, MO before returning home to Maryland and joining the WBFF-TV News Team," his biographical note states. 
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