Kristi Capel, the morning news anchor of Fox 8 News Cleveland, is a familiar face to many.
Her infectious smile and engaging personality light up the screen, bringing the day’s news to viewers with warmth and professionalism.
But beyond the studio lights, there’s a strong support system that keeps Kristi grounded and her career flourishing – her husband, Hal Capel.
Who is Hal Capel?
Kristi Capel husband, Hal, is a life insurance broker based in Ohio.
He was born on 17th December, 1977 – that makes him 46 years of age as at the time of writing this article.
Information about his education is not quite clear and we will update you should we have tangible information about that.
Capel and her husband, Hal got married on July 14, 2007 in a private ceremony.
Their wedding ceremony took place in the church in the presence of their loved ones.
Kristi Capel and husband Hal 3 have children?
Kristi and Hal Capel share three children, two daughters and one son: Kyndal Edward, Kapri Victoria and Duke Edward.
Kyndal was born on September 1, 2013, making her eight years old.
Kapri was born on November 7, 2020, making her 1 years old.
Duke was born on August 8, 2016, making him five years old.
The Capel family seem to have a loving bond as they are always posting pictures on family trips to Instagram.
Who is Kristi Capel ?
Kristi Marie Capel (born July 7, 1983) is a television newscaster from Springfield, Missouri.
She co-anchors with Wayne Dawson and Stefani Schaefer on ‘Fox 8 News In the Morning.’
Kristi grew up in Northern Kentucky, graduating from Heritage Academy; but, she does have some roots here in Cleveland.
Her father grew up in Bedford and graduated from Bedford High School. Kristi’s grandparents owned a store in Bedford called, ‘Capel’s Country Corner,’ which some of you may remember.
While in college, she had a great opportunity to intern in Cincinnati, Ohio, at WCPO. In her senior year, she landed a second internship at KSPR News in Springfield, Missouri, where she began her first job as a reporter.
After a few short months of covering fires, accidents, and local events, they were in need of a weekend weather anchor, so she jumped in the driver’s seat and began her weather career.
From there, she continued in Northeast and Central PA as the morning and midday Meteorologist.