Chris Lindsay joined FOX 35 in February 2023 as a reporter and covers Volusia County.
Chris was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. He graduated from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications in 2018.
He joined Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. during his undergraduate experience.
In 2019, Chris received his master’s degree in Sports Journalism from Arizona State University.
Before moving to Florida, he spent two years as a reporter at KEZI 9 News in Eugene, Oregon. There, he kept Western Oregonians up to date on the state’s devastating wildfires, coronavirus pandemic, and other pressing issues.
He is excited to join a new community and deliver the stories that matter the most.
When not delivering news, Chris likes to listen to music, watch movies, and visit friends and family.
Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood has clarified the timeline in the recently closed cold case involving a girl missing out of Ormond Beach.
Daytona Beach police have arrested a man for murder in connection with the death of a woman who was thrown out of a moving vehicle.
A pair of Central Florida businessmen are planning a "boatel" project to provide boaters a place to stay as they travel.
Sheriff Mike Chitwood said an incident this past weekend highlights the importance of the newly-instated Move Over Law.
A pair of families are seeking answers after learning their deceased loved one’s caskets were removed from their gravesites, days after burial.
Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood joined Israeli NASCAR driver Alon Day on Thursday to speak out against hate and prejudice.
Flagler County Sheriff’s Office announced they spent part of Valentine’s Day arresting 31 people accused of distributing and possessing drugs.
The Volusia County Council on Tuesday voted against an industrial development moratorium, which would’ve stalled the Ormond Beach fuel farm project for six to nine months.
Two men who were shot while traveling on Interstate 4 are expected to recover, according to the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP).
Florida State University head football coach Mike Norvell arrived at Jones High School via helicopter to speak with recruits.