The 4 p.m. newscast on Cox-owned Boston Fox affiliate WFXT is set to debut Monday.
The hourlong newscast will be anchored by Elizabeth Hopkins and Blair Miller along with chief meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz.
The station announced the news in late February.
FOX25 to launch 4pm news in April, anchored by @hopkinsFOX25, @blairmillertv and @klemanowicz. More details to come! pic.twitter.com/KXWHgtNZHq
— FOX25 News Boston (@fox25news) February 23, 2016
“Viewers want to get the information they need whenever and wherever they want it,” said news director Lee Rosenthal. “The FOX25 StormTracker Weather Team will be tracking changing weather conditions to keep viewers safe and prepared, while our team of reporters will be live in more places with important stories as they are unfolding.”
The 4 p.m. show brings WFXT to 65 hours of news hours per week. All the station’s newscasts are available on the Fox25 News App, NewsON, Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire.