Dr. Marc Siegel is sounding the alarm about the Ebola outbreak, which has killed nearly 100 people in West Africa. Specifically, he wants people everywhere to realize that this virus does not spread easily and pushed back against the notion that doctors can spread the disease.
Arthel Neville currently serves as a co-anchor for Americas News HQ (Saturdays at 1PM) and is based in New York. Neville first joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 1998, where she served as a contributor until 2001. She rejoined the network in 2010 as a New York-based anchor.
Prior to her most recent role on FNC, Neville was the host of CNN's Talkback Live with Arthel Neville, making her the first African-American woman to host her own daily show on the network.
After CNN, Neville served as the West Coast bureau chief for 20th Century Television's Geraldo-at-Large, and as the lead anchor for Fox 5 Morning News in San Diego and KSWB-TV's four-hour weekday newscast.
Neville also hosted and produced her one-on-one celebrity interview show, Extreme Closeup, on E! Entertainment Television, becoming the first high-profile black female entertainment reporter. Following her groundbreaking show, Neville launched Extra for Warner Bros. Studios, where she delivered entertainment headlines to millions of homes every evening. Neville also co-hosted Fox's national morning show Good Day Live. In addition, she has been a guest host on The View, Live (with Regis Philbin), and co-hosted the Miss Teen USA Pageant with Dick Clark and the Miss Universe Pageant, to a worldwide audience of over 60 million people.
Neville started her career as a general assignment reporter for KVUE-TV (ABC) in Austin while a journalism student at the University of Texas. In 2003, she was recognized by the university for her contribution to broadcast journalism with the Outstanding Young Texas Ex Award.
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