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Crystal Hall joined the FOX CT team in April of 2013. Prior to her time in Hartford, Crystal was the weekend anchor in Wichita Falls, Texas.
During her three years there she covered many stories ranging from the Texas drought to massive wildfires. In 2011 she was selected as “Best Reporter” by the Texas AP Broadcasters (Div. 4).

Crystal bleeds burnt orange as a University of Texas at Austin graduate. While at UT Crystal spent a semester serving as the university reporter for the local FOX station. She also spent three years leading the campus news station as news director for the student television station. During the summer of 2007 Crystal traveled to Italy and spent six weeks studying abroad.

She was born in San Antonio and raised on a ranch in Fashing, Texas. She’s used to extreme weather, though only heat, not snow!

Crystal enjoys reading, traveling and loves chatting with people. She is active in her West Hartford church. She is also a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters and sits on the Latino Advisory Council for BBBS.

Recent Articles
  • Convoy of trucks to honor Pawtucket man killed in North Stonington crash

    EAST HARTFORD — A convoy of trucks gathered in East Hartford Friday to pay tribute to a man known for having a compassionate heart. John Martins, 52, died Sunday after he succumbed to injuries he received in a crash in North Stonington early last month. He leaves behind his wife and three children. To honor him for the life he lived a procession of trucks left from Rentschler Field at 6:45 a.m. Friday, arrive in North Stonington where they were […]

  • Dozens of new laws hitting the books Oct. 1

    HARTFORD — The first day of October means a bevy of new laws. The state will see some tweaks to existing laws but also see many laws in the books. POLICE BODY CAMERAS One of the biggest is one we’ve been talking about for a while, police body cameras. The new law helps local municipalities fund the equipment for one year and also requires state police and university police to wear body cameras. Governor Malloy will hold a bill signing […]

  • CT Women’s Hall of Fame introducing teens to STEM careers

    EAST HARTFORD — The Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame launched a new DIY History Module called “STEMfems: Women Transforming our World.” It was launched at Pathways Academy of Technology and Design in East Hartford Wednesday morning where students participated in hands-on STEM activities. The program helps young people connect the past to the present and inspires them to take an active role in shaping their future. Curriculum educators can download introduces young women to STEM with many modules based on […]

  • Panel discusses overdose epidemic of K2 in Willimantic

    WILLIMANTIC — There’s a battle police are fighting in Willimantic. It’s over the use of synthetic marijuana, also known as K2. The drug is causing an overdose epidemic in the area and it’s the reason behind a community forum about substance abuse that will take place Tuesday at Eastern Connecticut State University. K2 is illegal in Connecticut yet it still finds its way into communities. The potent drug produces a high that can cause extreme nervousness, increased heartbeat/blood pressure and […]

  • Seven years in the making: New Haven’s Q Bridge now officially open

    NEW HAVEN — The new Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge also known as the Q Bridge in New Haven has officially opened, eight months ahead of schedule. Commuters can expect to see five lanes with two full shoulders on both the north and southbound directions. The completion of the bridge will help ease congestion and provide for a faster and safer commute. The Q Bridge is expected to serve more than 140,000 vehicles per day. The milestone completion has been seven […]

  • Customers line up in South Windsor, WestFarms for new iPhone

    SOUTH WINDSOR — Apple has released the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus and people are lining up. Bryant Bermudez of Manchester arrived at the Apple Store in South Windsor at midnight awaiting the release of the iPhone 6s Plus, “I’m most excited about 3D Touch and Live Photos,” he said.These are the most advanced iPhones ever with several new key features. “Customer response to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus has been incredibly positive,” said Philip Schiller, […]

  • Push to update handicapped parking sign reaches state lawmakers

    HARTFORD — There’s a coalition of people who are fighting to change handicapped parking signs. From the word to the symbol, they’re calling it “outdated.” Tuesday at 11 a.m. advocates along with state lawmakers will hold a press conference discussing possible changes in store for the state. The push is coming from The Arc of Farmington Valley, leaders with the nonprofit say the core of the issue isn’t about changing a sign but changing public perception. The logo would depict […]

  • The Big E whips up weird food, animals and shows for visitors from across the country

    WEST SPRINGFIELD–It’s the 99th anniversary of New England’s joint state fair! The Big E opened on Friday amid tons of buzz and big crowds. More than 1 million visitors usually trek through the livestock, unusual food vendors and rides, and this year isn’t expected to be any different. People from as far as Ohio and Virginia were on hand Friday for the opening day of the fair, and to participate in competition! Besides food, animals and rides, there are also […]

  • Tuesday is the last day to apply for Hurricane Sandy claims review

    EAST HAVEN — If you feel you were wrongly cheated out of thousands of dollars by your Superstorm Sandy claim now is the time to make that known. Tuesday, September 15, is the deadline for all Sandy claims reviews. More than 12,500 policyholders have entered the review process. FEMA says it’s a simple process. The first step is to either apply online or by calling FEMA at 866-337-4264. You have until 9 p.m. to make that phone call. Make sure you […]

  • Church Street South Complex in New Haven to be inspected this week

    NEW HAVEN — Run-down and rampant with mold, the dilapidated Church Street South Complex in New Haven will be getting a visit from the Feds. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development plans on inspecting each of the 301 units at the low-income housing complex. This has been a long time coming for residents. They’ve been dealing with mold and leaks and tenants say workers are simply patching up repairs instead of getting to the root of the problem […]

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