Rick Folbaum

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Rick Folbaum (born August 5, 1969) was formerly an American news anchor and correspondent for the Fox News Channel and the former co-anchor of WNYW's Fox 5 News at 6. Folbaum left the cable news channel to join WFOR-TV Channel 4, a CBS affiliate, in Miami as an anchor. Folbaum’s last day at Fox News was August 9, 2013.[1][2] Rick and his wife Kelcey (née Kintner) have 5 children - Dylan b. September 14, 2004; Summer b. December 12, 2006; twins Chase and Harlowe b. May 21, 2010; and son Cash, b. May 16, 2013

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Folbaum was most recently a co-anchor for the FOX flagship station in New York City, WNYW. He joined in early 2006. In 2009, he returned to Fox News Channel where was a weekday substitute anchor and regularly hosted the Saturday 6:00 p.m. edition of America's News Headquarters.

Folbaum is largely known for his years at Fox News Channel as an anchor of Fox News Live, the Fox Report Saturdays, and as a substitute anchor for Shepard Smith's programs. Joining in 1996, he was the network's London-based correspondent from 1998 to 2000, covering news stories across Europe and the Middle East.

Prior to his years at FOX, he worked as a writer for MSNBC and in radio at WOR-AM in New York City. He is a regular guest-panelist on Fox's late-night satire show Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld.

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