It started back in high school for News 19's Clark Fouraker. He produced his first TV report as an assignment for a class and has been On Your Side ever since.
Clark joined the News 19 team in the summer of 2011 as a multi-media reporter. He comes to the Midlands from Florida where he broke the story of a controversial pastor who threatened to burn the Quran in 2010. Based on that coverage and other stories, Clark was invited to San Francisco in 2010 as a finalist in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program, which recognized the top 5 collegiate reporters in the country.
Clark graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in telecommunications and a minor in religion. While there, he served as the bureau chief for the university's ABC News On Campus bureau and as an anchor for WUFT News.
Clark brings a passion for young people from Florida to the Midlands. He's a leader with Young Life, a non-denominational Christian ministry reaching out to local high school students. He also enjoys a good CrossFit WOD (workout of the day), relaxing on his front porch, and great times with friends.
If you've got a story or investigation you think Clark and the News 19 team would be interested in covering, send him an email, Like his page on Facebook, or shoot him a tweet.