Lara Greenberg is an Edward R. Murrow and Emmy-winning journalist. She joined Fox 35 as a reporter in June 2018.
Lara grew up in New Jersey and is a proud graduate of Syracuse University – go orange!
Before moving to Orlando, Lara was a weekend anchor and reporter in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She spent three years there, covering news out of the Pennsylvania State Capitol and the city of Harrisburg. She also covered the trial of Pennsylvania’s former Attorney General Kathleen Kane in Philadelphia and traveled to Baltimore to report on the Freddie Gray riots in 2015. But the most impactful story she reported on in Pennsylvania was her father’s battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. Her reports on the illness and the research to cure it earned her several awards, including an Edward R. Murrow Award, an Emmy and a national award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Lara has also reported in Scranton, Pennsylvania and Corning, New York
Over the years, she has become a big supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association, raising money in her father’s honor. She ran the New York City Marathon in his memory in 2017.
In her spare time, Lara likes to spend time with her husband, run, bake and read.
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