Grady Trimble

Grady Trimble joined FOX Business Network (FBN) in 2019 and serves as a DC correspondent focused on legislation, big tech and business policies.

Based out of FBN’s Washington D.C. bureau, Trimble covers policy and the White House, along with breaking news. Most recently, he contributed to FBN's 2022 Midterm Election coverage. Prior, he reported out of the Chicago bureau covering the auto industry including the United Auto Workers’ continued strike against General Motors from Detriot, Michigan.

Previously, Trimble served as a general assignment correspondent at WTSP-TV, the CBS affiliate in Tampa, Florida. In his three years reporting there, Trimble covered national breaking news stories such as Hurricane Irma, the Pulse nightclub massacre, and the 2016 election.

Prior to WTSP, Trimble worked as a multimedia journalist for WLBZ-TV (NBC) in Bangor, Maine and later at WCSH-TV (NBC) in Portland, Maine. During his time at these stations, Trimble notably covered the 2016 New Hampshire primaries, the NFL/New England Patriots "Deflategate" controversy, and record breaking snow storms across the state.

A graduate of the University of North Florida, Trimble received his bachelor’s degree in communication in 2014. He got his start in journalism as student working at First Coast News WTLV/WJXX (NBC) in Jacksonville, Florida where he made his on-air debut at age 19.