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Tim Lammers is an anchor for the FOX61 Morning News Monday-Friday mornings from 4-10 a.m.

A native of South Windsor, Tim came to FOX61 in 2002 as a Sports Producer and never left. Since then, he has filled the roles of Anchor, Reporter, Producer and Videographer in the Sports Department, as well as being a News Feature and Health Reporter.

Tim’s main beat in the Sports Department was following the UConn Football program’s rise to national respectability, including the school’s first-ever BCS Bowl berth in the 2011 Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, AZ. He also covered the UConn Men’s Basketball team’s third National Championship at the 2012 Final Four in Houston, TX.

As a health reporter, Tim turned the camera around to do a Emmy-nominated story about his own challenge of finding a treatment for Avascular Necrosis, a rare degenerative bone disease he has. The story culminated in Tim going under the knife, on camera, to receive a cutting-edge stem cell transplant using his own bone marrow. Since then, he has received a constant response from the story, as people all over the world have contacted him to find out more about the procedure and the disease.

Tim lives with his wife, Kerri, whom he met while they were co-workers at FOX61, and his step-son Alex. Tim and Kerri married in 2016.


Recent Articles
  • New England 61 Day Challenge: How to shop on a budget

    Part of the New England 61-Day Challenge is to eat up more fruits and vegetables, as well as more healthy foods overall. However, it can feel as if our whole society is geared toward making it easy to avoid them. “Today’s society likes things very quickly, right? So there goes the fast food industry that is pretty new to the country and it’s pretty new to our bodies and our genes,” said Dr. Reggie Eadie, the President and CEO of […]

  • New England 61 Day Challenge: Taste the rainbow with fruits and veggies

    “Taste the Rainbow” is the motto for the candy Skittles, but it’s a wonderful way to approach eating fruits and vegetables, in order to make sure you get the wide variety of nutrients they offer. “Lots of different colors, so your orange, your green, your purple – they all have their purpose, and it’s all good to get them all in,” said Anita Grinevics, the Clinical Nutrition Supervisor for Mercy Hospital in Springfield, MA, part of the Trinity Health of […]

  • New England 61-Day Challenge:  How to start moving again

    This year, the theme of the New England 61-Day Challenge is to: STEP UP to a more active lifestyle EAT UP more fruits and vegetables, and DRINK UP the appropriate amount of water As with any change in your life or habits, it helps to not overdo it at first, and to make changes in steps, and that’s especially important when trying to get active after being sedentary for a long time. “I think when people start exercising they need […]

  • New England 61 Day Challenge: How to set the right challenge

    If you’ve signed up to take the New England 61-Day Challenge to try to make yourself healthier over the last 61 days of the year, then good for you! We applaud your initiative – now, let’s focus on ways to keep you on track the full 61 days. This year, the challenge is to “step up” to a more active lifestyle, “eat up” more healthy foods, and “drink up” the right amount of water. However the details are up to […]

  • Health Watch: Investigators work to crack the mystery of vaping-related illnesses

    Investigators are still working furiously to pinpoint the cause of a lung disease that – as of today – has killed eleven people nationwide and hospitalized hundreds. The most common element in the cases is the victims were all vaping, but they weren’t all vaping the same thing. Many were vaping THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, but others were vaping nicotine from e-cigarettes, which themselves are so varied in their flavors and ingredients that it’s making it quite hard […]

  • September is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month

    Gynecologic cancers kill close to 30,000 women each year in the U.S., but many of those deaths can be avoided through prevention and awareness. “So there are three cancers that we consider to be gynecologic cancers, cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, and endometrial cancer or uterine,” said Dr. Sangini Sheth of the Yale Cancer Center. Dr. Sheth said, of the three, cervical cancer has the greatest chance to be wiped out because it’s caused by the Human Papilloma Virus, for which […]

  • Golfers compete to help families dealing with ALS at the Susie Open

    BLOOMFIELD – Thirty-two foursomes took to the links for a good cause on Friday, playing in the 2nd Annual Susie Open, to benefit families dealing with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). The golf tournament benefits The Susie Foundation, named for Susan Ready Matthews, an ALS patient who passed away in 2011. The foundation says “We seek to utilize Susan’s lessons of love, positivity, and strength in order to bring a helping hand and lasting hope to those struggling with ALS each […]

  • Can’t sleep?  Here are some tips to help you before you get in bed

    Dr. Lynelle Schneeberg is the Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Connecticut Children’s Sleep Center.  She, of course, is an expert on children’s sleep, but her advice can help adults, too, because the principles are mostly the same. Dr. Scnheeberg often counsels parents on developing a consistent bedtime routine to help youngsters get to sleep, and she said it can help parents, too. “It’s really smart to have a routine, because then your body knows, “Oh, when [you […]

  • Doctors working on better HPV vaccination coverage for pre-teens and teens

     The vaccine for Human Papilloma Virus, according to recent studies, is working better than expected, even though vaccination rates in both Connecticut and the country are stagnating well below the target rate.  To increase those rates, health experts are recommending doctors urge parents to get the vaccine for their pre-teens and teenagers as part of a back-to-school checkup. “It’s the most common sexually transmitted infection, so up to 80 percent of people at some point in their life, if they’ve […]

  • Popliteal Entrapment: How a doctor saved an athlete’s leg, and career

    GLASTONBURY — Gary Kazanjian of Glastonbury played lacrosse and was a standout lineman for a standout football team at Choate Rosemary Hall. Being a football player, he was accustomed to nagging injuries, but in 2017, one injury went from merely nagging to threatening his leg in just weeks. “My leg got crushed in between two people and my foot kind of fell asleep, and I didn’t really know what it was,” he said. Over the following two weeks, the numbness […]

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