Adam Housley (born Arthur Adam Housley on August 13, 1971, in Napa, California) joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 2001 as a Los Angeles-based correspondent.
Most recently Housley was one of the first American reporters on scene in Japan to cover the devastation following the 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. He and his crew at one point got within 70 miles of the reactors filing live streaming reports for Fox News before the nuclear threat forced them to return to Tokyo. His coverage was mentioned in several outlets including The Los Angeles Times, Mediabistro and also in his hometown paper the Napa Register.
Housley also covered the 2010 Copiapó mining accident for Fox. He was on site and reporting on October 12 and 13, 2010, as each of the 33 miners, trapped for 69 days, was brought to the surface one at a time in a rescue capsule. His fluency in Spanish was acknowledged by other media including the New York Times and the Hereford Brand.
In January 2010, Housley was one of the first correspondents on assignment in Haiti, covering the devastation left in the wake of the earthquake that struck the Caribbean island nation on Jan. 12. Housley wound up using a plug-in mike he