Dan Jaehnig

Dan Jaehnig is a six-time Emmy Award winning journalist and the recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award for journalism excellence in field anchoring and reporting of the Boston Marathon bombings. Dan is the prime evening anchor at NBC 10 News, where he co-anchors NBC 10 News at 5, 5:30, NBC 10 News at 7 and NBC 10 News at 11.

Dan is hands-on and deeply committed to each newscast . He brings energy and experience to every story he reports and is well known for field anchoring big events and breaking news of the day. His passion for news has taken him from President Reagan's funeral in Washington D.C. , to Martha's Vineyard where JFK Jr.'s plane crashed, to Ireland on a special series focusing on New England's Irish roots. Dan's journalistic career has also led to reports in which he uncovered government corruption, confronted members of the Mafia and flew with the Blue Angels.

Dan rejoined NBC 10 in 2008 after spending five years as an anchor and reporter for WFXT in Boston. While at WFXT, Dan received two Emmy Awards{}for best reporter and two Emmy Awards{}for breaking news coverage. He has also received Emmys for his news writing and investigative reporting.

Committed to his community, Dan has been recognized for his volunteer work by several organizations including the Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center, The Fund for Community Progress, Inspiring Minds, Tides Family Services, Meals on Wheels and the Citizens Bank Champions in Action Program. Dan has served on the Board of Directors for the Phoenix House since 2013. Dan is a sought after motivational speaker who speaks to organizations and schools all across New England.

A graduate of Suffolk University, Dan received the University's Outstanding Alumni Award in 2004.

Dan is married with twin daughters and loves spending time with his family and friends. He enjoys the outdoors and is an avid runner.