Shelby Myers Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Fox 10

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Shelby Myers Biography

Shelby Myers is at this moment in time working as the 4 p.m. co-anchor since August 2020 for FOX10 News in Mobile, AL. She is a famous  American journalist. Myers worked as an investigative reporter at Fox10 News before that. She was an evening Anchor at WXXXV-TV prior to that. She was a subsidiary reporter at The Prowl and a news Intern at WKRG 5.

Shelby Myers Age

Myers was born in The United States, Thomasville Alabama on November 13. She has not mentioned her precise year of birth and once the information is available it will be updated.

Shelby Myers Height

Myers stands at a  height of 5ft 6 in/ 1.65 tall

Shelby Myers Family

She was born and brought up by her parents in Thomasville, Alabama. Myer is an American Nationality. She has not shared information about her parents and if she has any siblings or not.

Shelby Myers Husband

Myer is married although details about her husband are not in the limelight. On her Instagram page, she posts photos of her husband. On September 2, 2022, Myer and her husband welcomed their baby boy and named him “Baker Brownell.

Shelby Myers Education

Myers graduated from Thomasville High School where she attended after completing her Primary education. At the University of South Alabama, she undertook Broadcast Journalism and Sociology later on at the college.

She attended College later on at the University of South Alabama where she undertook Broadcast Journalism and Sociology.

Shelby Myers Salary

My annual salary is  $73,135.

Shelby Myers Networth

Her net worth is estimated to be  $761,264

Shelby Myers reports on Floridians Decision hours ahead of Idalia’s Landfall

On August 29, 2023, Myers reported that Before Hurricane Idalia made landfall, locals and business owners in the Big Bend, Florida area were getting ready. But many are still debating whether to stick it out or quit.”It’s really not easy to uproot them when you’re pregnant and you have a toddler,” Kara Holton said.

Holton, who is eight months pregnant, and her family must consider many factors when making their choice. We have our hurricane kits and everything packed in case we do get that order to evacuate,” Holton added. fuel tanks are full.

Ruskin, Florida is Holton’s home. It takes 40 minutes to get there from Tampa. She stated that her husband will install storm shutters, and on Tuesday they will decide whether to stay or move.

Although they are not now required to evacuate, a potentially fatal storm surge might hit their neighborhood. If storm surge is an issue, Holton added, “We have friends who live in Bradenton who are further inland than we are; we can go there and return quickly.”

Before Idalia makes ashore on Wednesday, Bosco’s Pizzeria owner Nancy Franklin is crossing items off her to-do list in Wesley Chapel, north of the Holton’s.I can practically board up this thing in 15 to 20 minutes. We’ve done this a few times already, so we’ve got it down to a fine art, said Franklin.

He said  Everyone is alert, but it’s hard to tell who is really taking it seriously and who isn’t. As business owners, I know we take it seriously since it affects our livelihood, so we feel compelled to keep an eye on things.

Shelby Myers Career

Myers is the co-anchor at FOX 10 News in Mobile, AL, and hosts the 4 p.m. show. In 2018 when she first joined FOX10 she was an investigative journalist and weekend anchor. She received a second place Associated Press prize for her work research on a tragic fire in Prichard, AL as an investigative journalist. Myer was promoted to morning anchor when FOX10 launched Good Day Gulf Coast. She has kept the Gulf Coast up to date on National news and Local.

She worked as an Investigative reporter at FOX 10 News previously. Before she was at WXX-TV where she worked as an evening anchor. Myer also served as the sideline reporter for the Prowl and as a news Intern for WKRG 5.

After graduating Myer started working as a multimedia journalist in Biloxi, Mississippi, where she finally ranked up to the position of a nightly news anchor. She started a  weekly show on the Mississippi Gulf Coast that covered crime and cold cases as she quickly became interested in investigative journalism. Myer was given a crime-fighting award by the Mississippi Gulf Coast Crime Organisation through her program.


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