Casey Stegall (born 1979) is a network correspondent for Fox News Channel, based in the Dallas bureau. He's responsible for covering the southwest portion of the United States. Stegall previously worked out of the network's Los Angeles office, covering the western region. He joined FOX News after working as a general assignment morning reporter and substitute anchor at KDFW-TV; FOX 4 in Dallas, Texas. Prior to that, he was a city hall reporter at KVUE-TV; ABC 24 in Austin, Texas. Stegall started his journalism career as a reporter in his hometown for WTVW-TV; FOX 7 in Evansville, Indiana.
In August 2007, Stegall traveled to Israel to work out of the FOX News Jerusalem bureau. During that time he covered the Israeli–Palestinian conflict as well as growing tensions between Israel and Syria. In October 2009, Stegall went to Afghanistan and provided the network with live reports from the war zone. He stayed at bases in Kandahar and Farah while embedded with a wing of the U.S. Air Force.
In his time at the network, Stegall has covered major breaking news stories from the devastating California wildfires to the I-35 Bridge Collapse in Minneapolis. He also covered Hurricane Gustav in New Orleans and Hurricane Ike in Texas. Most recently, Stegall was one of the lead correspondents on the network's coverage of Michael Jackson's death and was inside the funeral. He also fills in at the anchor desk in New York where he once anchored days of breaking news coverage on the 2008 Mumbai attacks, the worst terror attack in India's history.
Stegall has been the recipient of several prestigious awards in the journalism industry. While in Dallas, he won a regional Emmy award for his live reporting skills. The Dallas Press Club also recognized him for his breaking news coverage and live reports. During his time in Austin, the Associated Press and Headliners Foundation named him the best reporter in Texas. Stegall also won an Edward R. Murrow Award for news excellence while working for ABC in Austin.
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