Ben Hill will be joining FOX Carolina as co-anchor of FOX Carolina Morning News on October 4! He and his wife, Holly, have arrived in South Carolina after moving from Tyler, TX.
Ben comes to us from FOX 51 in Tyler, TX, where he anchored FOX 51's morning show from 7a.m. – 9 a.m. Before that, Ben was the weekend anchor for KETK.
Ben is a native of Owensboro, KY and a graduate of Western Kentucky University. While in college, he completed internships with Good Morning America and NBC Nightly News.
Ben and his wife are excited to now call South Carolina home.
Ben sent frequent updates so FOX Carolina could follow the move for all of our fans on the FOX Carolina News Facebook page. The journey took a total of four days because they stopped along the way to visit with family. Ben even sent a video explaining a slight snag that they hit on the very first day! You can watch that video above.
Ben and his wife have a dog, named Ty. To learn more about Ben, click through the Hill family photos of Ben, Holly, Ty and Ben's parents in the slideshow to the left of this page.
We'll be learning a lot more about Ben in the weeks to come!
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