Earlier this week, "Fox & Friends" reported on a Vermont veteran who says that a vandal removed his "Trump 2020" flag from its flagpole, burned it and left it on his front porch.
Jillian Mele is co-host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Fox & Friends First (weekdays 5-6 AM/ET) alongside Rob Schmitt. In addition, Mele serves as a member of FNC’s morning show franchise, Fox & Friends (weekdays6-9 AM/ET), where she reports on the latest news headlines and contributes to daily segments. She joined the network in March 2017.
Prior to joining FNC, Mele served as a co-host on Comcast Sports Net Philadelphia’s (CSN Philly) local morning news program, Breakfast on Broadwhere she earned an Emmy Award for her work.
Earlier in her career, Mele spent seven years with WCAU-TV (NBC 10) in Philadelphia, PA and reported in various capacities, including as a news, sports and traffic reporter. She got her on-air start as a local news anchor for stations in Presque Isle, Maine, and Binghamton, New York. Additionally, while enrolled in college, Mele held an internship with CSN Philly.
Mele received a B.A. in arts and communication from La Salle University.
Stories from Jillian Mele
An Oklahoma man fatally shot an intruder who was breaking in to his home on Tuesday, and says he has "no sympathy" for the victim.
Monday and Tuesday's ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts had zero mentions of border agents' use of tear gas during the Obama administration, according to the Media Research Center.
A veteran in Burlington, Vermont, said that a vandal removed his "Trump 2020" flag from its flagpole, burned it and left it on his front porch.
It looks like Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield just helped a fan name their baby.
The "Outnumbered" panel on Wednesday reacted to the latest developments related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
Former Utah congressman and Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz said Rep. Nancy Pelosi will be House Speaker if the Democrats retake the House.
Al Sharpton said President Trump's Young Black Leadership Summit was "shameful," and he accused the president of "using" young African-American conservatives as "props."
A man whose parents emigrated to California in the 1970s is seeking to become the first Muslim Republican in Congress, attempting to unseat a Democratic Rep. Scott Peters.
A New Hampshire judge has blocked a law in his state that would require proof of residency when registering to vote.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced this week that mandatory placards detailing immigrants’ rights will be displayed in police squad cars, and now some officers are pushing back.
Graham Allen asked Wednesday why no questions were raised leading up to the halftime performance in Mississippi during which students depicted holding a police officer at gunpoint.