Felix Rodrigues Lima has been a reporter and fill-in anchor at FOX43 since May 2015.

The Los Angeles native is a graduate of the University of Southern California (Fight On!) who began his career reporting and anchoring weekend newscasts at KERO-TV in Bakersfield, California.

After that, Felix took a gap year, living overseas in several European nations. He is an avid world traveler (20 countries, 32 states and counting) and loves exploring new places, new cultures and new cuisine.

After Felix came back to the U.S., he was a reporter and bureau chief for KSNW-TV/KSAS-TV in Wichita, Kansas. Later, he completed a rotation as a reporter at WISH-TV in Indianapolis before moving to the mid-Atlantic.

Personal career highlights include covering the Copa Libertadores, Latin America’s biggest club soccer tournament and the many reports that have been featured on CNN, ABC World News Now, The Tonight Show, and the BBC. Local highlights include scoring the first television interview with local up-and-coming US Soccer star Christian Pulisic and covering the papal visit for FOX43.

Feel free to reach out through e-mail at frodrigueslima@fox43.com or on twitter @FelixReports.


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    Harrisburg fights uptick in gun crimes with State Police aerial support

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Many residents noticed things on Wednesday and Thursday nights were a little bit different in the skies above the city. Referred to as “proactive policing” by Harrisburg police officials, they partnered with the Pennsylvania State Police’s aerial unit, which offered visual support over patrol scenes the last two nights through the use of a PSP helicopter. “I heard they were looking for criminals or doing some kind of safety,” said Nanette Burney-Mitchell of Harrisburg, who said she […]

  • Capital Region submits bid for Amazon’s “HQ2”

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Harrisburg Regional Chamber and CREDC, in partnership with the Dauphin County Redevelopment Authority, submitted the area’s bid for Amazon’s highly-touted second headquarters. In a news conference Thursday afternoon, the groups announced they submitted the bid earlier this week. The bid is the end product of an effort by dozens of staffers and community leaders that lasted months in an attempt to lure Amazon and its promised 50,000 jobs and billions of dollars in economic impact. “We […]

  • Temporary agreement reached between Lebanon County winery, township after cease-and-desist

    N. CORNWALL TWP., Pa. – A Lebanon County winery and township authorities came to a temporary agreement Wednesday that will allow the winery to continue hosting events at their business after it received a cease-and-desist notice in August. The Royal Oaks Vineyard and Winery has only been open since June, selling wine and hosting wine-themed events on its property in the township. “Like I tell everybody that comes here, this is an extension of their backyard, only we get to clean […]

  • Lawmakers spearhead effort calling for convention to change State Constitution

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – Citing frequent gridlock and frustration over not getting much done, some state lawmakers are leading an effort to launch a constitutional convention to make reforms that would reset the landscape of how state government works. Led by Sen. John Eichelberger (R-Blair) and Rep. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland), concurrent bills in the Senate and House, if approved, would put the matter of calling a constitutional convention to the voters of Pennsylvania. “There’s been some flaws in it that are […]

  • Judge grants stay in state gerrymandering lawsuit as federal lawsuit gets December trial date

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — A Commonwealth Court judge Monday granted a stay in the state lawsuit challenging Pennsylvania’s Congressional district map, as a district judge set a December trial date in a federal lawsuit also seeking to force lawmakers to re-draw the map. Respondents to the state lawsuit, filed by the League of Women Voters PA, argued a ruling should be stayed until the U.S. Supreme Court rules on Gill v. Whitford, a gerrymandering case from Wisconsin. Oral arguments in that […]

  • Questions still loom weeks after alleged assault of York Mayor Kim Bracey by her son

    YORK, Pa. – It’s been almost two weeks since police charged Brandon Anderson, 30, with misdemeanor simple assault stemming from an incident between him and his mother, Mayor Kim Bracey. All indications are it’s a devastating case. In a statement late last week, Bracey said her son is battling an opioid addiction and requested privacy as they handle the matter as a family. But perhaps complicating the situation is the fact that Anderson is a city employee. Granted, Anderson began […]

  • Local scouting groups react to Boy Scouts of America decision to admit girls

    SILVER SPRING TWP., Pa. – The area’s Boy Scouts council is supporting the decision taken by the national council to include girls in scouting activities beginning in 2018. Girls will be allowed to take part in female-only cub scout dens using a similar curriculum starting next year. Local chapters will have the discretion to create the girls-only cub scout dens based on demand. A program for older girls will be created by 2019. Local councils like the New Birth of Freedom […]

  • President Trump pushes tax reform plan in Dauphin County

    LOWER SWATARA TWP., Pa. – President Donald Trump Wednesday made his third visit to the central Pennsylvania area since his election last year. In this instance, President Trump pushed his tax reform plan to a crowd in a hangar at the Air National Guard facility near Harrisburg International Airport. “Our country and our economy cannot take off like they should unless we transform America’s outdated complex and extremely burdensome tax code,” the president said. President Trump focused on the trucking […]

  • Lancaster General Health offers “Stop the Bleed” training to prepare for mass casualty events

    LANCASTER, Pa. – In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, there is a renewed focus on ways bystanders can help those injured in mass casualty events. Lancaster General Health regularly offers “Stop the Bleed” training sessions to community groups in hopes of educating the public on what to do if people find themselves in that kind of a situation. “Many times, if it’s an arterial or other type of bleed, putting pressure and holding works,” said Dr. […]