Dan Matics Biography and Wiki
Dan Matics is an American who joined the FOX 13 team in September of 2016 as a multi-media journalist focusing on St. Petersburg and Pinellas County.
He came to the Tampa Bay area from Charleston, West Virginia, where he worked as an anchor and reporter for WCHS. Matics grew up in West Virginia where he started his career at WOWK in Huntington as a photographer, producer, and reporter – all while attending classes at Marshall University.
Dan Matics Age
Dan Matics joined the FOX 13 team in September of 2016 as a multi-media journalist focusing on St. Petersburg and Pinellas County. He has not revealed details of his actual age. The information is under review and will be updated soon.
Dan Matics Family
He grew up in West Virginia where he started my career at WOWK in Huntington as a photographer, producer, and reporter. Matrics attending classes at Marshall University. Dan father, mother, brothers and sisters details are under review and will be updated soon.
Dan Matics Wife
Dan loves having a job which allows me to make a difference in our community. The details about her wife and kids are under review and will soon be updated.
Dan Matics Net Worth
Matics joined the FOX 13 team in September of 2016 as a multi-media journalist focusing on St. Petersburg and Pinellas County. Dan Matics has an estimated Net Worth is $6 Million dollars as of 2019.
Dan Matics WTVT
WTVT Hires Reporter Dan Matics
Fox-owned WTVT in Tampa has hired Dan Matics as a weekday reporter. He will be based in the station’s St. Petersburg newsroom and cover Pinellas County.
“Dan will make a great addition to our strong team of reporters in St. Petersburg and Pinellas County, as we continue to strengthen our dedication to an important region,” said WTVT vice president of news, John Hoffman.
Matics arrives in the Tampa Bay area from Charleston, West Virginia, where he was morning anchor and reporter at WCHS and WVAH.
Dan Matics Articles
State attorney to reveal findings in cases involving Tampa police officers
fox13news.com — TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) – Prosecutors are expected to make a major announcement Wednesday after reviewing several criminal cases. Charges have already been dropped in five cases — after three Tampa police officers were fired for misconduct.
The department conducted a criminal investigation following a citizen complaint on how he was treated during a traffic stop in September 2018. ABOUT A MONTH AGO Open in Who Shared Wrong byline?
Pasco conducts laser mapping of all county roads
fox13news.com — NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (FOX 13) – For a good portion of the next nine months, Pasco County’s Infrastructure Management Services crew chief, Mike Williams will drive every inch of the county’s roadways.
He’s doing it in the name of a major project that could save the county lots of taxpayer dollars. Williams will drive a van with mounted lasers over every single road to create a digital map of every curve, stripe, and pothole. ABOUT A MONTH AGO Open in Who Shared Wrong byline?
From 911 call to response, sheriff says getting help takes too long
fox13news.com — LARGO, Fla. (FOX 13) – It’s being blamed as one of the reasons behind the slow law enforcement response during the mass shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Bay Area law enforcement say it could happen here, too.
The sheriff of Pinellas County says 911 calls have to go through too many channels before someone is dispatched and he wants something done.
Dan Matics FOX 13
Flesh-eating bacteria nearly kills Pinellas County man
OZONA, Fla. (FOX 13) – Fisherman Mike Walton is home from the hospital, nursing a nasty wound after almost losing his life to a flesh-eating bacteria.
It started with a minor accident a couple of weeks ago, when he was fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, near Ozona, Florida. “I had hooked my hand in the afternoon not thinking anything of it,” Walton said. “It was amazing how fast it was spreading.” Small blisters on his hands later turned black. After a couple of days, he knew the antibiotics a doctor gave him weren’t working, so he drove himself to the emergency room in the middle of the night.
“They admitted me right off the spot and got me into surgery an hour or half or so,” he said. Walton says doctors told him he had a very rare flesh-eating bacteria. Right now, they are working to determine what strain. “When I woke up and [saw] my hand still attached, I was happy,” he said. However, this was much more serious than just his hand, or arm.
“They said in a few hours this would have gone up to my arm into my chest and I wouldn’t have been here. There was no saving me,” Walton said. He’s now back home after three surgeries and a week in the hospital. Walton is a construction worker, now out of work. That’s where his fishing buddies at the Ozona Fish Camp come in.
Eric Mclendon says they are raising money online and holding tournaments to benefit their friend. “Everybody has been contributing, everybody has been pitching in, everybody has been wanting to help him. I mean, he helps everyone! That’s just the kind of person he is,” Mclendon told FOX 13 Monday.
Mike says he’s lucky to have such great friends and even luckier to be alive. “I’m just glad to be here,” Walton said. “I can’t wait to go back fishing not going to lie about that!”