Dari Alexander

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Dari Alexander (born October 26, 1969) is a news anchor for FOX 5 NY. She is also co-anchor of WNYW's FOX 5 News at 5 and 10pm with Steven Lacy.

Alexander published an eating well cookbook in 2013, which was co-written by Mehmet Oz.

During her tenure at WNYW Alexander has co-anchored the Fox 5 News at 6 with Rick Folbaum and solo, until she replaced Rosanna Scotto in 2008 when she moved to Good Day New York. Alexander briefly anchored alongside Greg Kelly in 2012, until he returned to Good Day New York. Before that, she was an anchor and correspondent at the Fox News Channel, where she anchored "Fox News Live," hours and traveled extensively overseas, including to Kabul, Afghanistan and to Pakistan, where she covered the murder of Daniel Pearl.

Alexander was also one of the first reporters to report from Ground Zero on September 11, 2001.

Prior to joining FNC, Alexander served as a weekend anchor/reporter for WFAA-TV (ABC) in Dallas. She also worked in Columbus, Ohio for then NBC O & O, WCMH-TV.

Alexander began her career working as a field producer for CBS News. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and New York University's (NYU) journalism program.

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Dari Alexander lives in Manhattan with her husband and two children.

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