Andrew ‌Luria

Andrew Luria is a ten-time Emmy Award winner and has been with FOX 5 since November 2013. He anchors the FOX 5 News weekdays at 1, 4, 5 and 7 p.m.

He came to San Diego after working at WFTS in Tampa, KOVR/KMAX in Sacramento, KCOY/KKFX in Santa Maria, KIEM in Eureka, KEYT in Santa Barbara, WVBR in Ithaca, New York and WBIG in his hometown of Washington, D.C.

As a native of the nation’s capital, Andrew has been influenced in his career by broadcasters like George Michael, Glenn Brenner and Steve Buckhantz, as well as Fred Roggin and Steve Hartman, and by writers like Rick Reilly.

Andrew played football and baseball at Cornell University and played semi-pro baseball for the Santa Barbara Foresters as well.

Away from work, Andrew enjoys coaching his kids in baseball, basketball and football.  He also teaches an award-winning elementary school broadcasting class in Carlsbad.  He spends most of his free time with his wife Elyssa, their three kids, Jackson, Nathan and Lucy and their two dogs, Archie and Henry.  And he recently published his first book:  a historical fiction time-traveling sports story for kids, called The Adventures of Charlie Marley.

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