Jason Law anchors Boston 25 Morning News on Saturdays and Sundays.
He grew up in Clarksburg, Maryland and graduated from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida.
Law has been in television news for more than a decade, most recently at WCPO in Cincinnati, Ohio where he was an investigative reporter.
He was a member of the Investigative Reporters and Editors organization (IRE) and broke national stories for WCPO, including a bartender’s plot to poison and kill Speaker John Boehner. He also participated in a statewide public records audit to hold government officials accountable and maintain transparency.
Law also anchored and reported for WJXT in Jacksonville, Florida, WDEF in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and WXVT in Greenville, Mississippi.
He loves to read, drink coffee and argue about movies and music. He pulls for the Redskins, Nationals and Wizards. He lives with his cat, Shaye in West Roxbury.
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