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CLEVELAND – Former NewsChannel5 reporter Tony Gaskins has died. He was 56 years old.

Gaskins’ family said he suffered a heart attack Sunday morning and was taken to Lakewood Hospital for treatment.

He died Tuesday morning.

Gaskins worked at WEWS NewsChannel5 from 1988 until early 2006. He was a general assignment reporter who late in his career at WEWS focused on city government.

He was arguably best known for his deep voice, and his emphasis on the word “news” in “NewsChannel5.”

Before coming to NewsChannel5, Gaskins worked in Syracuse as a reporter, and he anchored the weekend news. He began his career in Harrisburg, Pa. in 1976, as a reporter and weekend public affairs radio show host. In Syracuse, he anchored a weekday award winning newscast before moving into television.

To read on what he was up to most recently, click here: newsnet5.com
Article and Picture Courtesy of WEWS NewsChannel 5

LOCAL: Former WEWS-TV5 Reporter Tony Gaskins Dies of A Heart Attack at Age 56  was originally published on wzakcleveland.com