Lori Brown Biography, Wiki
Lori Brown is an American News Reporter working for KDFW FOX 4 in Dallas-Fort Worth, North Texas. She joined the station in June 2015.
Lori Brown Age, Birthday
Brown likes to keep his personal life private hence he has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year he was born. However, he might be in his 30s.
Lori Brown Height
Brown stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m).
Lori Brown Family
Brown has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Brown has any siblings.
Lori Brown Husband, married, spouse
Brown is married to her lovely spouse, Matt Brown, a professor at the University of Texas, Dallas. Her husband is in the mortgage banking business. They first met while they were students at the University of Southern California. They both share a passion for crunching numbers and wading through budgets and public expense reports. The couple takes great pride in being mom and dad to their 4 children; 3 daughters and a son.
As a family, they like going to Church taking vacations at the beach or mountains, and spending time at the Dallas Arboretum. They also enjoy rooting for the Cowboys, Rangers, Trojans, and Mavs. Brown says that the greatest show is watching their kids do what they love best: cartwheeling, playing soccer, color masterpieces, singing and dancing, and doing math.
Lori Brown Children
The name of the son is the one that is disclosed and is McShayne Brown. Mc Shayne is 8 years old as of 2022, having been born in the year 2014. The daughters’ ages are 5, 2, and 6 months old.
Lori Brown Net Worth
Brown has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a News Reporter.
Lori Brown Salary
Brown earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Lori Brown Education
Brown is a proud alumnus of the University of Southern California. She graduated from the university in the year 2003 with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.
Lori Brown WFTV
Before joining FOX 4, Brown was serving at WFTV-TV in Orlando, Florida as a news reporter. She has worked for WFTV-TV in Orlando, Florida as a news reporter. There, she mainly focused on areas where the Florida government could better serve its citizens, without wasting any tax dollars. One of the reports she did there revealed that Orlando city gave a company $1 Million tax dollars to build a development that it never built.
At WFTV she also exposed how easy it was to purchase illegal drugs right off the shelves at an Orange County store. After the investigation, the office of the Orange County Sheriff raided the store and pressed charges against the owner. Before that, Brown was working as a news reporter for KCOY-TV, in Santa Barbara County, California, and WMC-TV in Memphis, Tennessee.
Lori Brown FOX 4
Brown serves at KDFW FOX 4 as an Investigative News Reporter. Since joining the station, she has been grateful to see the many results of the stories that she covered with the FOX 4 team helping right wrongs. In the historic Winter Storm of the year 2021, she and FOX 4 team informed the Texas residents who were forced to fill up buckets of water at a fire hydrant, since the water at their complex had been shut off for several days. They also got results for other Texas residents who didn’t have water or power for 5 days, yet their apartment complexes were not providing any alternatives while they repaired leaking and broken pipes.
Brown and FOX 4 team also assisted numerous people who waited for months to get unemployment checks, which they needed to pay their bills. This was in the early COVID-19 pandemic. The delays resulted in widespread fraud plaguing an overloaded system. Among those whose names were fraudulently used to file claims, there were 2 state lawmakers. What was made later to help in improving the system is the legislative reforms. In the year 2019, there were investigations made, which revealed an alarming new apartment towing practice that left apartment residents feeling targeted.
In the year 2017, Brown and FOX 4 team revealed a broken system within Dallas Animal Services, which failed to investigate and prosecute animal abuse cases in the city of Dallas. This investigation featured many cases which were not solved, that involved dead animals including one with a dog whose throat was deeply cut, yet no one agency tracked the cases. Among 4 thousand reports of cruelty, eleven made it to the District Attorney for prosecution. The Dallas Police Department has added an animal cruelty unit since the investigation was done. This story was recognized with awards from Dallas Bar Association and the National Press Club.
Brown also did another investigative report where she revealed a superintendent who was living in a $700K house bought with tax dollars. The school district used $125K tax dollars for the renovation of the house, without being approved by the school board. Brown and FOX 4’s effort led to the school district launching its own investigation and the school board, later on, removed the home from the contract of the Superintendent.
Additionally, Brown has covered the devastation left behind in Houston after the 2017 Hurricane Harvey, but it was also inspiring to see the grit and generosity of the people of Texas in the wake of the storm.
Brown is currently working at KDFW FOX 4 where she works alongside other famous KDFW FOX 4 anchors and reporters including;
- Evan Andrews
- Dionne Anglin
- Hanna Battah
- Alex Boyer
- Kylie Capps
- Steven Dial
- Mike Doocy
- Steve Eagar
- Terrance Friday
Lori Brown Social Media Platforms
Brown is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. She has over 570 followers on Instagram.