Andrew Lofholm Biography
Andrew Lofholm is an American reporter and anchor from WPTV who was born and raised right across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco in a town called Kentfield. After he graduated from high school, Andrew joined the Oglethorpe Univerity in Atlanta back in 2011. From there, he spent three years working for the NBC and Fox affiliate in San Antonio, Texas.
He then landed his own first on-air job at the ABC affiliate in Casper, Wyoming. Andrew has described his greatest joy comes when he delivers accurately how and why something happens in the world around the viewers. He also stated that whenever he is not reporting, he always keeps up with Oakland A’s Raiders and Golden State Warriors.
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At WPTV, Andrew is among the best reporters who first landed an on-air job at the ABC affiliate in Casper, Wyoming. I spent three years there before working for the NBC and Fox affiliate in San Antonio, Texas for a year and a half. I started at WPTV in December 2016. He is among the best reporters of WPTV.
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Have you seen this little boy’s wheelchair?
His family says someone mistakenly took it from their unincorporated West Palm Beach home’s front yard and the 5-year-old desperately needs it back.
Jesus Gabriel went everywhere with his custom-made wheelchair. His uncle, Eddie Velasquez says spina bifida makes it nearly impossible otherwise.
“Now that he doesn’t have his chair, he won’t be able to go to school anymore,” Eddie said.
At school, he’s in speech therapy, learning Spanish and English. It’s where his friends are. He really does love it.
Every morning to catch the 7 a.m. bus Jesus’ mom first brings his wheelchair and puts next to the street then she goes back inside to get Jesus. Thursday morning when she had Jesus and brought him back out, the wheelchair was gone. Only a few minutes had gone by.
“We were thinking that maybe someone was playing a joke, hiding it, you know?” Eddie said. “She was looking for it and couldn’t find it, it’s serious, you know. Someone took it and wasn’t going to return it.”
Eddie says the specialty made chair is worth about $2,000. It truly is priceless though.
“Hopefully somebody watching will return it,” Eddie said.
If you know where the chair is or have information that could help call Eddie: 561-201-4668.
We also reached out to the Solid Waste Authority, who told us they are checking with their contracted hauler to see if they picked up the wheelchair Thursday.
We have already heard from someone who wants to remain anonymous who says they will buy a new chair for Jesus.
Written by Andrew Lofholm News