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 (22 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.

Recent Articles
  • PSP: Miscommunication caused three-month delay in notifying victims on alleged West Perry “kill list”

    SPRING TWP., Pa. – State police Thursday blamed a miscommunication between them and West Perry School District officials over how parents did not find out about a student’s alleged “kill list” for three months. District officials talked about the security measures the district has taken and what they want to see moving forward. West Perry School District officials and state police apologized for their lack of communication about a student who allegedly created a kill list in November. “I want […]

  • Central York School District, parents tackle school safety in panel discussion

    SPRINGETTSBURY TWP., Pa. – Hundreds of parents in the Central York School District met with leaders Wednesday night about school safety, a week after threats of violence shut down schools. The district says it wants that feedback from parents to make sure children are safe at school. “With the amount of passion that flows through people on this topic, it could have been a very difficult evening and what I took from this was Central School District has an unbelievable family […]

  • Chambersburg school officials, parents tackle school safety

    CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – The Chambersburg Area School District said Tuesday it is doing what it can to keep its schools safe as it has faced multiple threats of violence this school year. District leaders are trying to show parents that they are putting in the work for student safety. “You can imagine we are under a lot of pressure from a lot of places, not just us, but the whole country,” said Superintendent Dr. Joe Padasak. “I’m a parent and I’m […]

  • No arrests in Central York threat investigation, schools may be closed again Monday

    SPRINGETTSBURY TWP., Pa. – Police continue to investigate the threat made Tuesday in the Central York School District that has forced the closure of district schools for three straight days and may prompt new closures on Monday. No arrests have been made in connection with the case, but Springettsbury Township police say they are making progress in the investigation. More than 200 people have been interviewed in the case, and in conjunction with several hundred tips sent to police, investigators […]

  • Experts, officials explain psychology behind threats of school violence

    SPRINGETTSBURY TWP., Pa. – One question that often comes up when a threat of a violent incident is made at a school is what prompts the perpetrator to make the threat. After more than a dozen threats against schools in central Pennsylvania, it’s a question that does not have an easy answer. “There’s various possibilities for people’s motivation for engaging in this kind of dangerous and destructive behavior that’s really interfering with people’s lives and their sense of safety,” said […]

  • York mayor says he would probably not seek pardon to expunge or seal criminal background

    YORK, Pa. – Mayor Michael Helfrich says he supports the efforts of state leaders to help people seek pardons to expunge or seal their criminal backgrounds, as he did at a Pathways to Pardons information session Wednesday night in the city. But he told FOX43 that process is probably not for him. “I’ve explored it, but I would rather take a stand and try to use my example to show that just because you did something 27 years ago, doesn’t […]

  • Neighbors blame farm for smelly situation in Dauphin County

    JACKSON TWP., Pa. – In the community of Enders, there’s little need to raise a stink, because the smell speaks for itself. “[It] reminds you of a porta-potty, almost a burning smell,” said John Enders, a resident. “My two-year-old granddaughter, when we’re driving through town, she holds her nose and says, ‘Stinks,'” added Rose Sharp. The smell comes from a neighboring farm that, in 2017, was approved to spread biosolids, or human waste, over farmland. “With the snow and the […]

  • More questions than answers for business owner almost two years after wall collapsed on his tire shop

    HARRISBURG, Pa. – The ongoing dispute over the clean-up at the site of the wall collapse along the Mulberry Street bridge remains unresolved, and the frustration from the business owner who is severely impacted by it is stronger than ever. Howard Henry, the owner of the now-closed Howard Tire and Auto on Cameron Street, continues to fight an uphill battle he’s unsure he has the resources to win. “The biggest challenge for me from day one to here is that […]

  • PA parole board members meet with inmates to discuss their re-integration into society

    LOWER ALLEN TWP., Pa. – About 2 hundred inmates at SCI Camp Hill met with members of the state parole board and other leaders Friday to have a conversation about how to re-integrate into society. The board says it has a 58 percent success rate of parolees who do not end up back in prison. They say it’s critical that number goes up to break the cycle of broken homes in Pennsylvania. “It’s all about the safety of the community, […]

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