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Meg Baker

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Jersey-born and raised, Meg Baker could most recently be seen reporting for FOX 29 in Philadelphia.

Meg started her news career in New York City at ABC News 20/20. From there, she joined the FOX News family, writing and producing her own segments for Foxnews.com, which aired across the country and internationally on FOX News affiliate stations. Meg appeared on the FOX & Friends First morning show as well as the Foxnews.com Live show.

Joining the "Chasing New Jersey" team was a natural progression for Meg, who enjoys covering topics that directly affect her family, friends, and viewers in the Garden State.

Meg grew up in Medford, NJ, summers in Avalon and Ocean City, and attended Bishop Eustace Prep in Pennsauken. She ran track & field at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, where she double majored in English and Government.

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