Ryan Wolf is an Emmy-nominated news anchor who joined the Fox San Antonio team in 2015. He anchors Fox News at Nine alongside Camilla Rambaldi.
Ryan’s quickly become a trusted news leader in the community and has one of the largest followings on social media.
His hit series, “CASH FOR KINDNESS,” which secretly rewards someone’s selfless act with $1,000, is widely recognized across San Antonio as a favorite segment airing in the local news market.
Before moving to San Antonio, Ryan carried a leadership role at CBS 4 in Harlingen, TX where he anchored the 6 and 10pm newscasts. He also enjoyed his time in the field as a senior reporter and one-man-band. Over his 12 years in the Rio Grande Valley, Ryan launched two hit franchise segments, "Streets of Speed" and "Food 4 Thought."
Ryan has received recognition from inside and out of the broadcast industry. He most recently was nominated for a Lone Star Emmy for best “evening newscast” in medium markets, which he anchored. He also picked up a 2nd place Texas Associated Press Award for his CASH FOR KINDNESS series. He won "Best Spot News Coverage" and two other awards for storytelling from the Louisiana Associated Press. The Weslaco Police Department honored him with their prestigious "Media Award" as reporter of the year. Valley viewers took notice as well, and Ryan was named "Best TV Personality" in local newspaper polls.
Before becoming a television news anchor, Ryan was in the news after winning $100,000 as a finalist in the Fox hit television reality show "Boot Camp."
Ryan was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and graduated summa cum laude from Temple University.
He’s married with two kids.