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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
  • Stratford coach suspended for two games after players suffer burns and blisters

    STRATFORD — A Stratford football coach is catching some heat after some of his players walked away from practice earlier this week with burns and blisters. Coach T.J. Cavaliere says he told the team to crawl across the field after some players misbehaved. More than a dozen players suffered burns and blisters on their hands. The field in Stratford has artificial turf. Artificial turf fields absorb heat which results in surface temperatures that are much higher than the outside air. The […]

  • New Britain Holds Special Election

    State leaders to unveil program for registrars of voters

    HARTFORD — The state is doing all it can to ensure this election year runs much smoother than last year. That’s the reason behind a new certification program for Registrars of Voters. Secretary of State Denise Merrill will be joined alongside University of Connecticut School of Business Dean, John Elliott and others who will hold a press conference at the State Capitol at 11 a.m. unveiling the state’s first ever formal certification process for registrars. This is all part of […]

  • Drop in water supply forces Bristol, Groton into water restrictions

    BRISTOL — The city of Bristol is asking community members to restrict their water use. The city’s reservoirs have declined to 70 percent capacity, and there’s no rain forecasted in the immediate future, which means water levels will continue to drop. Fox CT’s meteorologists say there is a drought in most of the state, ranging anywhere from 5 inches in Windsor Locks all the way to 15 inches in the most southeastern corner. The mayor’s office is requesting residents and […]

  • Connecticut firefighters head to Montana to battle wildfires

    MARLBOROUGH — Connecticut firefighters are traveling to Montana to battle massive wildfires threatening the region. The crew of 20, made up of both Department of Energy and Environmental Protection workers and local firefighters, left just before 6 a.m. Thursday. The team first went to New Hampshire, and then from there flew out to Montana. The western portion of the country has seen 8 million acres of forestland burned because of fires so far this year. About 30,000 trained wildland firefighters from […]

  • No deal reached for Roger Goodell, Tom Brady in ‘Deflategate’

    NEW YORK — Last-minute settlement talks between lawyers for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady have failed, leaving a judge to decide the fate of “Deflategate.” Federal Judge Richard Berman announced at a conference in Manhattan on Monday that both sides tried hard to reach a deal during the morning but failed. He says he expects to rule as early as Tuesday whether Brady must serve a four-game suspension to start the season for his […]

  • St. Francis ER returning to normal after electrical problem, power outage

    HARTFORD– Operations are returning to normal at St. Francis Hospital after firefighters were called on scene following a transformer explosion. Patients told Fox CT smoke could be seen coming out of the ventilation system. We’re told the transformer exploded behind the John T. O’Connell Tower on Ashley Street. The building houses the Emergency Department as well as other patient care areas. After the explosion all emergency ambulances were diverted to Hartford Hospital, and new patients who showed up were sent to […]

  • Dow fell more than 600 points from day’s peak

    NEW YORK -At its peak Tuesday, the Dow was up 441 points from its previous day’s close. After a sharp sell-off in the final hour of trading, the index ended the day down more than 200 points. In all, it was a swing of more than 660 points. The S&P 500 closed down for a sixth straight day and is off 12 percent from its record close of 2,130.82 on May 21. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 204.78, or […]

  • Man charged with murder of Hartford mom appears in court

    HARTFORD — A Hartford man is back in police custody after being charged with the young Hartford mother of a 5-year-old. Robert Lee Graham was charged with murder in the death of Tashauna Jackson, 23. He was arraigned Monday, and bond was set at $2 million. Police said Graham was the last person seen with Jackson–she was seen getting into his pickup truck late at night on August 11, the night she disappeared. Exactly a week later, Jackson’s body was found behind a slaughter house […]

  • West Hartford high schools unveil new logos after Native American controversy

    WEST HARTFORD — A new school year, a new school logo. Students at Conard and Hall High Schools in West Hartford will start class next week with new imagery. Conard Chieftain’s new logo is a “C” on a shield. The Hall Warriors new logo is an “H” and a “W” on a shield. The change comes after many took offense to the use of the schools Native American images and connotations. The issue began last fall at a soccer game […]

  • Hearts At Large: Hartford Hospital patient starts nonprofit while awaiting a new heart

    HARTFORD — While awaiting a heart transplant at Hartford Hospital a young man started a nonprofit to raise awareness about organ donation. It’s called Hearts at Large. Andrew Jones, 25, who often goes by AJ, knows the importance of organ donation. He suffers from cardiomyopathy. “The inner walls of my heart are swollen so it’s hard for the heart to compress and allow for sufficient blood flow,” he said. He was diagnosed 3.5 years ago but in May his condition […]

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