Justin Moss is an award-winning journalist who came to WBNS-10TV from Raleigh, N.C.
Moss was a reporter there from 2008-11, where he worked as a reporter and shot his own video for stories.
The Upstate New York native is from a small town near Cooperstown, which is famous for the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
He also spent two years reporting, anchoring and producing at WBNG-TV, in Binghamton, N.Y.
Some of Moss' most memorable stories included covering an historic 2006 flood, the escape and capture of convicted killer Ralph Phillips and the troubles of former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer.
His tough questioning of Spitzer helped earn Moss first place honors for Excellence in Individual Reporting from the New York Associated Press Broadcasters Association.
He was also recognized for Best Interview, which he earned for a story about evangelist Franklin Graham.
Before heading into television, Moss worked as a radio producer and anchor for a news/talk station in Ithaca, N.Y.
The Ithaca College graduate studied journalism and politics. During that time he was fortunate enough to intern with ABC News in Washington, D.C., helping to cover stories for World News Tonight with Peter Jennings.
When he's not covering the news, you can probably find Justin looking to improve his handicap on the golf course or perfecting his drumming and acoustic guitar skills.