Fox News Channel announced today an expanded early-morning lineup, expanding "Fox & Friends First" to two hours, 4:00am to 6:00am ET.
Heather Childers anchors the first hour of "Fox & Friends First," weekdays from 4:00-5:00am ET on Fox News Channel. She joined the network in 2010 and is based in New York.
Childers provided live coverage of the 2013 al Qaeda terror threats that forced U.S. embassies to close in the Middle East.
Previously, she covered Asiana Flight 214's crash-landing at San Francisco International Airport, Superstorm Sandy, as well as the impacts of the deadly tornado in Moore, Okla.
Childers also anchored FNC's "America's News HQ" on weekends from 2011 to 2013.
Before joining FNC as a general assignment reporter, Childers served as a weekday evening anchor for News 14 Carolina (YNN 14) in Charlotte. She was also a weekend evening anchor and weekday reporter for WLOS-TV (ABC 13) in Asheville, N.C. and a weekday anchor for WFLX-TV (FOX 29) in Albany, Ga. Childers began her career as a producer at WCNC-TV (NBC 22) in Charlotte.
Childers graduated from the University of North Carolina with a B.A. in English.
Stories from Heather Childers
In the wake of the Las Vegas massacre, some are asking if hotels should increase security to prevent mass shootings.
David Clarke, former sheriff of Milwaukee County, joined "Fox & Friends First" this morning to react to the Las Vegas massacre and new calls for gun control.
NBA superstar LeBron James shared his thoughts on national anthem protests during the Cleveland Cavaliers media day on Monday.
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Former Republican Congresswoman Nan Hayworth said President Donald Trump's response to Hurricane Harvey has been excellent.
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A former prosecutor called out Bill Cosby's bizarre behavior at his sexual assault trial, where the jury has told the judge they're deadlocked.
Democrats seem to have decided since November 9 that using foul language helps them get their point across.
Many in the mainstream media have dubbed President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration controversial and unconstitutional, but the American people agree with the president, Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) said on "America's News HQ" today.
Add Rev. Al Sharpton to the list of liberals who are questioning the legitimacy of President-elect Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton.