Candace McCowan
Candace McCowan joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter in December of 2016.

Before joining WABC, Candace was a political reporter and anchor at WFLA, Tampa's NBC affiliate. In the battle for the country's largest swing state Candace interviewed now President Donald J. Trump, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, and many others. She traveled to New Hampshire to cover the primary and covered multiple debates. Candace also anchored and produced a weekly Sunday morning political show.

Candace also reported in Memphis, TN and Savannah, GA.

She grew up in Alpharetta, Georgia and graduated with a double major in Political Science and Broadcast Journalism from the University of Alabama.

Candace lives in Midtown, Manhattan with her husband Halton.

School bells and buzzers sounded across New York City's five boroughs Wednesday for the first time since June, as more than 1 million public school students headed back to class.
A Manhattan subway station that has been closed for more than four months is back in service, and the MTA's new president says the renovation is more than just cosmetic.
ICE agents captured a suspected Nazi war criminal Monday who had lived in Queens for decades. 95-year-old Jakiw Palij, a former armed guard at a concentration camp, was deported to Germany following years of efforts to remove him from the United States.
For commuters, that means the approach to the Lincoln Tunnel could become a nightmare, with lane closures expected to snarl traffic for the next two-and-a-half years.
Ferry service arrived in the Bronx for the first time on Wednesday. It's a game-changer for commuters traveling to and from Manhattan.