17 YEARS AND OUT FOR FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT

Another Fox News veteran – a real, live journalist and not a circus performer – is leaving the cable newser.

Senior correspondent Adam Housley is leaving at the end of the month for the ever-popular “more time with family,” in this case his two young kids and wife, actress/co-host of “The Real,” Tamera Mowry-Housley.

Housley, based in Los Angeles will move up to San Francisco to be with the family.

“We thank Adam for his many years of service – his passion for storytelling, professionalism and dedication to journalism made our reporting stand out on countless stories throughout his tenure. We wish him and his family the very best,” Fox News president Jay Wallace said.

Housley joined Fox News in 2001 as a LA-based senior correspondent.

He’s reported from all over the world in those 17 years and is currently covering Hurricane Lane in Maui.

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