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Todd anchors Fox 8 News on weekend mornings, and can be seen on the No. 1-rated Fox 8 News in the Morning program weekdays from 4:30-10:00 a.m.
Todd grew up in Brook Park and now lives in Fairview Park with his wife, Joy, and their three sons.
Todd has been with Fox 8 News since November of 2000. Prior to joining Fox 8, he served as both reporter and anchor for WTOL-TV in Toledo, Ohio. Before that, he spent a few years working at WOAY-TV in Beckley, W.Va.
Todd is a graduate of Midpark High School and Bowling Green State University.
Todd also plays harmonica and sings with the Ace Molar band.​


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    Record-breaking sell-out! Thank you for helping the children of St. Jude with our dream home giveaway

    FOX 8 viewers are amazing. Once again you answered the call to help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and you did it in record time. All 18,000 tickets have been sold for our dream home campaign raising $1.8 million for the cause. Because of you, vital research and care can continue to help children suffering from different forms of cancer. **If you have a question, you can call St. Jude at 1-800-822-6344** No family pays for anything at St. Jude […]

  • Do you know the word? Watch the FOX 8 drive-thru Taboo challenge

    Have you ever played the game Taboo? We are debuting a new feature we hope you like. For the game, you have a card with a word at the top that you have to get the other person to say- but there are a handful of other words that you can’t use as hints. If you say those “banned words,” you’re out. FOX 8’s Todd Meany put the game to the test at drive-thru locations in Rocky River. Watch what […]

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    Asleep at the wheel? ‘Sleep deprived’ Todd Meany puts driving skills to the test

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — It’s something many of us can relate to: driving while tired. You obviously drive better when you’re well-rested, but how bad do you drive when you haven’t slept for a whole day? As part of Fox 8’s Sleep Week, our Todd Meany didn’t sleep for 24 hours and then took a driving test at a closed driving track with an expert to see how he fared. The results may surprise you. Watch the video player above for […]

  • Wine and Gold Scrimmage to attract crowds 20K strong

    LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love … all on the same court. The public will get to see it for the first time Wednesday at the Wine and Gold Scrimmage. Tickets were free and attracted some 20,000 fans. The current Cavaliers roster will be split in half for two 20-minute halves. The Cavalier Girls, Scream Team and Moon Dog will be there.  Fan activities and giveaways will also be part of the event. Seating is first come, first served, […]

  • Post prison break: A look at ‘minimum-medium’ security facility housing T.J. Lane

    LIMA, Ohio — Convicted Chardon shooter T.J. Lane is back in custody after escaping from Allen Oakwood Correctional Institution Thursday night. He wasn’t alone — Lane, 19, was with two other inmates: Clifford Opperud and Lindsey Bruce.  The three escaped around 7:40 p.m. by apparently scaling a fence. Bruce was caught near a church off of Blue Lick Road not long after. Lane was captured around 1:20 a.m. about 100 yards away from the prison. Opperud was arrested around 4:22 […]

  • Lawsuit possible after plane crash that killed CWRU students

    CLEVELAND — New information on the plane crash that killed four Case Western Reserve University students. Attorneys for one of the students are considering suing a fraternity and the owners of the plane. Attorneys representing Abraham Pishevar have filed the court documents. He is the freshman from Rockville, Maryland killed in late August in the Willoughby Hills plane crash near the Cuyahoga County Airport. The family believes that the flight may have been part of recruitment for the Zeta Beta […]

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    CMSD students go back to school with new transportation opportunities

    CLEVELAND —  It’s a big day for many children in the city of Cleveland, and there are plenty of new things happening in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. The bulk of Cleveland students woke up Wednesday for the first day of the 2014-2015 school year. A couple of schools returned to class on Monday, there are also four year-round schools that started in late July, and 14 other schools will start Aug. 18. The idea is to finish up the […]

  • Lucky winners receive 23 prizes in St. Jude Dream Home giveaway event

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Thursday was an amazing day at Fox 8 News: we gave away the 2014 St. Jude Dream Home and many other fabulous prizes. Starting at 6 a.m., it was one lucky winner after the other. There was a total of 23, and every prize was donated, including the $530,000 dream home — all for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. **For a list of all prizes and winners, click here** In all, our viewers raised $1.5 million in […]

  • Meet The New ‘Star’ of Salem

    It was the coolest thing she has done in her 41 years of life. Wendi Watson, of Columbia Station, was the grand prize winner in a nationwide “Salem” sweepstakes. She recently went to Shreveport, Louisiana to be on the set for the filming of “Salem,” complete with airfare, hotel and spending money for the three-day trip. Watch Todd Meany’s story above to hear about her experience. You can catch “Salem” every Sunday at 10 p.m. on WGN America.

  • Victim of Block Party Shooting Identified

    One officer continued to patrol a neighborhood early Monday morning after a large fight

  • ‘Never Give Up Hope': DeJesus, Berry Speak at Hope Awards

    WASHINGTON, D.C.– Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus  were honored tonight at the annual Hope Awards in Washington, D.C. for their courage and resilience surviving over ten years in captivity. Both women had the same message: never give up hope. Tonight’s ceremony marked the first time that the two have been seen since Governor Kasich’s State of the State address in February and the first time they gave a public statement since the one they released in July. It was exactly […]

  • Another Way the Seymour Survivors Made an Immediate Impact

    People were inspired by the rescue of Amanda, Gina and Michelle, and although it sounds somewhat...