Arizona police are asking for the public's help in tracking down the driver responsible for injuring an eight-year-old boy in a hit-and-run incident last week.
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
Sky News has obtained a cache of documents leaked by an ISIS defector, including applications filled out by those seeking to join the terror group.
In an apparent act of defiance after signing a nuclear agreement with world powers, Iran reportedly test-fired two ballistic missiles Wednesday with the phrase "Israel must be wiped out" written in Hebrew on them.
Students at some schools in South Carolina no longer to have worry about facing a big red zero on their homework – even if it’s late, found to be plagiarized, or not turned in at all.
A former Marine who gave a woman the liver transplant she needed didn’t realize he’d soon be sharing his heart with her, as well.
Many Republican presidential candidates had to dig deep in their wallets for yesterday's first-in-the-nation primary, but some enjoyed a better return on their investments than others.
An attempted bank robbery in Zebulon, North Carolina, was unsuccessful, thanks to the quick-thinking bank manager.
The Pentagon is saying it may take decades until an American presence is no longer needed in Afghanistan. Lt. Col. Ralph Peters weighed in.
A private school in New York is under fire for reportedly trying to shield its students from bad grades.
Donald Trump has responded to a new National Review editorial that is questioning his credibility as a conservative and advising voters not to support his bid for the presidency.
Shayna Hubers' attorneys are seeking to have a new trial after a juror in her past trial turned out to be a convicted felon himself.
Tense audio that played on Happening Now today reveals the first moments U.S. astronaut Tim Kopra called in to report a water leak in his helmet.