Baha Eldin was born and raised in Southern California where the beach was home away from home. But some of Baha’s first assignments of his career included snow storms, icy road conditions and wide spread power outages due to freezing weather.
Baha quickly went from reporter to morning anchor in Presque Isle, Maine. Then went on to help create, launch and anchor the first ever FOX News at 9 in Bismarck, North Dakota. That lead him to Fort Wayne, Indiana where he anchored a newly renovated and completely overhauled morning newscast.
Breaking news and being able to give others a voice by telling their stories is what he loves the most about reporting. Helping someone resolve an issue by exposing the bigger problem has been driving Baha everyday, ever since driving away from Los Angeles to start his journey in journalism.
Some of his favorite things about being an on-air personality are the opportunities to get involved in the community. Whether it’s participating in a parade, hosting a charity benefit or announcing winners at an awards show, Baha enjoys meeting new people and hearing their stories.