Police arrested the man who is suspected of opening fire on a Waffle House near Nashville, Tennessee.
Jonathan Serrie joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in April 2009 and currently serves as a correspondent based in the Atlanta bureau.
Serrie has reported on many major stories for FNC, including the George Zimmerman murder trial and shooting of 17-year old Trayvon Martin. Additionally, he provided live coverage of the 2012 campaign finance fraud trial of former Senator John Edwards in Greensboro, NC, Hurricane Isaac from New Orleans in 2012, the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf Coast and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in Mobile, AL and the Mississippi River flooding in Memphis, TN in 2005. Serrie also served as an embedded journalist with the U.S. Marines in the wake of the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti and reported from Skopje, Macedonia and Kacanic, Kosovo during Operation Allied Force, while he was stationed in Qarshi, Uzbekistan. Serrie has traveled twice to Afghanistan, reporting on the battle at Qala-i-Jangi in Mazar-i-Sharif and on the establishment of the post-Taliban government in Kabul.
Before moving to FNC's Atlanta bureau, Serrie reported from the Los Angeles and Seattle bureaus, where he covered the 1999 World Trade Organization riots and the 2001 Seattle earthquake.
Prior to FNC, Serrie reported for WSB-TV (ABC 2) in Atlanta, GA from 1994-1999, where he earned two Southern Regional Emmys. While at ABC, Serrie covered the Susan Smith murder investigation and the search for the 1996 Olympic Park bomber. From 1989-1994, he served as a morning anchor for WYFF-TV (NBC 4) in Greenville, South Carolina. He began his career at WWSB-TV (ABC 7), in Sarasota, Florida as the sole broadcast reporter.
Serrie graduated from Emory University with Bachelor of Arts degrees in political science and English.
Stories from Jonathan Serrie
At a public appearance in South Jersey, Ivanka Trump spoke to the Associated Press about the sexual misconduct allegations against Judge Roy Moore (R-Ala.).
Mitch McConnell called for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to step aside after allegations that he had inappropriate sexual relationships with underage girls.
South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott (R) remembered the victims of the Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church shooting that occurred two years ago Saturday.
A closely-watched House race is coming down to the wire in Georgia, where the candidates faced off in a debate last night.
Six states are banding together in an effort to limit the power and reach of the federal government.
Police said Thursday that they had arrested two known associates of a Kentucky fugitive who has eluded a multi-state manhunt for five days.
A Georgia woman is set to become the first female prisoner to be executed in the state in 70 years.
The alleged gunman who shot and killed a Memphis police officer during a traffic stop turned himself in late Monday, ending a two-day manhunt, officials said.
A Christian nonprofit in South Carolina is providing clean water to victims of Nepal’s earthquake.
Guests at a dog friendly hotel in North Carolina can now check out with more than a good night's sleep.
An armored truck was robbed of nearly $5 million in gold while it was stranded on a highway in North Carolina.