Logan Byrnes has more than 15 years of anchoring and reporting experience, primarily in Connecticut. He has covered dozens of live breaking news stories during the past 7 years while anchoring the 6 hour Fox Connecticut weekday morning news from 4:00 to 10:00am, including the Newtown school shooting massacre, the capture of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the arrest of New England Patriot player Aaron Hernandez, the arrest of Times Square bombing suspect Faisal Shahzad, and the Hartford Distributers mass workplace shooting.
In addition to anchoring and reporting, Logan also hosts numerous live televised events each year including the Hartford Marathon, The Manchester Road Race, The Hartford St. Patrick's Day Parade, Gubernatorial and Senatorial debates and Dream Wedding events including presiding over televised weddings as a Connecticut Justice of the Peace.
Prior to joining the Fox family, Logan anchored the number one morning news cast for four years at NBC Connecticut and then anchored the 5:00pm newscasts while also reporting for the 11:00pm news. During that time, he covered the 9/11 terror attacks live from New York, and the Greenwich murder trial of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel.
Logan also contributed as an anchor on NBC’s “Early Today” and MSNBC’s “First Look” as well as providing various reports for CNBC’s “High Net Worth.”
In addition, Logan was a correspondent for the nationally syndicated news program “Inside Edition.” Using his legal expertise, he covered a number of high-profile trials including those involving Kobe Bryant, Michael Jackson, and Robert Blake. He also provided in depth reports on Arnold Schwarzenegger's run for Governor of California. He was also a frequent correspondent on the red carpet, reporting on The Academy Awards, The Golden Globes, The Emmys, The Grammys, and many other award and celebrity events. He has interviewed numerous Hollywood celebrities including Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Alec Baldwin, and Christina Aguilera.
Logan graduated from the University of Southern California, and obtained his law degree from Whittier College School of Law. He practiced law as a trial attorney in Los Angeles for several years before embarking on a career in broadcast journalism.
Logan has extensive traveling experience and has visited such countries as South Africa, Italy, France, Germany, England, Turkey, Israel, India, South Korea, Japan, Russia, Mexico, and Canada. He has tested himself by engaging in skydiving, helicopter skiing, multiple triathlons and a marathon. He is also a certified ski instructor and enjoys remodeling homes.