Natasha Anderson joined the FOX 8 family in 2018 as a Digital Content Producer.

She previously served as a morning show producer for WICS in Springfield, Illinois.

She graduated from The Ohio State University in 2016 with a degree in digital media production. She is currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration.

Natasha is a proud Cleveland native and happy to be back in the area. When she’s not sharing breaking news, writing viral stories or crafting social media posts, Natasha enjoys traveling, spending quality time with her family and playing with her dog, Skittles. You’ll also catch her cheering on the Buckeyes every fall and rooting for an Indians World Series every spring and summer.

You can send Natasha story ideas at nanderson@fox8.com


Recent Articles
  • Experts issue privacy warnings over Russian-owned FaceApp

    CLEVELAND — Experts are issuing a warning to users of the viral photo filter app, FaceApp, saying to be cautious while using it. FaceApp is a photo filter app that allows you to upload a photo of yourself and then artificial intelligence changes your looks, making you appear either older or younger. However, experts are warning that this free app poses multiple security concerns, according to the Independent. FaceApp, developed in 2017 by a Russian company, makes it very clear […]

  • Senior pictures of student in bathrobe go viral

    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — An Indiana teen’s unique senior photos have gone viral after he posed in a field wearing only a bathrobe. Photographer Tiffany Clark, of Chaos and Clark Photography LLC, was asked by her aunt to take 17-year-old Evan Dennison’s senior photos. Clark told FOX 8 that Dennison joked to his mother and grandmother — Clark’s aunt — that he would take the photos wearing only a robe because it would be humorous. “Little did we know he […]

  • Over 100 pigs die after escaping overturned semi, halting traffic on Kentucky interstate

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — More than 100 pigs died Wednesday after a a semi truck overturned on a Kentucky interstate. The crash occurred at the southbound Interstate 65 ramp to the Interstate 64/71 split around 7:15 a.m., according to WLWT. A truck hauling 178 pigs overturned, leaving dozens lying dead and injured in the road.  A bulldozer was used to remove their bodies. 110 of the pigs on board either died or had to be put down. Officials also told the […]

  • Missing Ohio teen found safe in Florida

    VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. — The 18-year-old Ohio woman who went missing after a family reunion in Michigan was found safe. Heavenly Sloan, of Middletown, Ohio, was reported missing by her parents on Saturday, July 6 after she failed to return home from the event. Sloan called her parents that morning and said she was heading back home, however she never made it. Van Buren, Michigan police, who had been assisting the family in their multi-state search for Sloan, said deputies […]

  • Ohio teen missing after traveling home from family reunion in Michigan

    UPDATE: Heavenly Sloan was found safe in Florida on Friday, July 12. MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — Police are searching for an 18-year-old Ohio woman who went missing after a family reunion in Michigan. According to Crime Stoppers of Michigan, Heavenly Sloan, of Middletown, Ohio, was reported missing by her parents on Saturday, July 6 after she failed to return home from the event. Her last contact with family was that Saturday morning around 10:30 a.m. in which she told her parents, […]

  • Bath & Body Works releases new fall collection

    REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — Does all this heat have you yearning for fall? Well, Bath & Body Works is trying to help bring the fall feel to your home. The company dropped their 2019 fall candle collection Monday, featuring more than 30 autumn scents. View this post on Instagram Summer outside, Fall inside 🍂 Our first pumpkins are officially in stores TODAY! 🙀🧡🙌🍁 A post shared by Bath & Body Works (@bathandbodyworks) on Jul 15, 2019 at 7:17am PDT View this […]

  • PHOTO GALLERY: Shelf clouds, hail as severe weather moves through northeast Ohio

    CLEVELAND — Did you see the skies Saturday? FOX 8 viewers are sending in incredible photos of shelf clouds. Some viewers are even experiencing hail. Did you capture moments of Saturday’s storms? **Weather updates**

  • Concord Township Fire Dept. provides special smoke detector to help hearing impaired

    LAKE COUNTY, Ohio — Every home should have several working smoke detectors inside however the hearing impaired need a different kind of warning. The American Red Cross says when there’s a fire you have on average two minutes or less to get out of a house before you become trapped by the flames. That’s why smoke detectors are essential, but detection only works if the device is properly installed properly in the home. Concord Township Fire Department has installed hundreds […]

  • ‘The Flintstones’ reboot in development at Warner Bros., Brownstone Productions

    BURBANK, Calif. — The Flintstones may return to your television line-up. Warner Bros. Animation and Elizabeth Banks’ Brownstone Productions are working together to develop a new Flintstones series, Variety reports. The new series will be a prime-time animated adult comedy series based on “an original idea” and featuring characters from The Flintstones. The series, which is still in early development, will be produced by Warner Bros. Animation.  Currently the show is not attached to any network. The original series ran for […]

  • Twitter back up after global outage

    CLEVELAND — Twitter users across the globe were experiencing outages Thursday. According to DownDetector, outages were heavily impacting the northeastern part of the United States. ***Click here to view the LIVE outage map*** Outages began Thursday afternoon and continued during President Trump’s social media summit.  The site was down for nearly an hour. Twitter posted an explanation on its status page citing an “internal configuration change” that it was still working to fix. Around 4 o’clock the company tweeted “Miss […]

  • Carlos Carrasco speaks out after being honored at All-Star Game

    CLEVELAND — Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco spoke out publicly for the first time Thursday night after announcing his cancer diagnosis and after being honored at the 2019 MLB All-Star Game. Carrasco revealed Saturday that he had been recently diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, a treatable form of leukemia.  The team said he has since been cleared to resume strength and conditioning workouts, as well as throwing activities to tolerance. His teammates and fellow major leaguers, as well as the Greater […]

  • Youngstown-area doctor arrested, charged for allegedly raping 12-year-old Ashland County girl

    ASHLAND COUNTY, Ohio — Authorities in Ashland have arrested and charged a northeast Ohio doctor for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl. According to the Ashland County prosecutor, Dr. Albert Aiad-Toss, 51, of Canfield, allegedly met the girl online and traveled to the Ashland area, on at least one occasion, to have sex with her. He met the child through a network of young teens he corresponded with, authorities report. “For the last several weeks, we’ve been uncovering evidence that indicates […]

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