Fox News is bringing you the very latest from the ongoing murder trial of Eddie Ray Routh, who is pleading insanity in the deaths of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. The case comes down to whether the Marine veteran, who suffered from PTSD and psychosis, knew right from wrong when he fatally shot the men at a Texas gun range two years ago.
Will Carr joined Fox News Channel (FNC) as a Los Angeles-based correspondent in June 2013.
Most recently in 2013, Carr reported on the sexual harassment charges and subsequent resignation of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner as well as the 19 firefighters who were killed while battling a wildfire in Prescott, AZ.
Previously, Carr served as a general assignment reporter at KOAT-TV (ABC 7) in Albuquerque, NM. In this role, he covered arms trafficking rings at the Mexican border, record setting wildfires and was also a sports anchor assigned to the University of New Mexico Lobos and the Albuquerque Isotopes. Prior to that, Carr reported for WRCB-TV (NBC 3) and WTVC-TV (CBS 9) in Chattanooga, TN where he served as a news and sports anchor, producer and photographer.
Carr was awarded the New Mexico Broadcaster's Association Reporter of the Year Award in 2011. He was also a recipient of the 2006 Esther Award based on his outstanding performance in radio broadcasting.
Will graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in broadcast journalism.
Stories from Will Carr
Seven-year-old Sailor Gutzler, who was the sole survivor of a plane crash that killed four members of her family, learned survival skills from her father, according to relatives.
Some terrifying audio and video (above) is coming out this morning from Utah, where a parent called 911 from a school bus after the driver began swerving erratically on a highway.
A University of Southern California (USC) football player, Josh Shaw, made headlines over the weekend with a feel-good story about how he jumped from a second-floor balcony to save his drowning nephew from a swimming pool. Now, the team's coach says the school has heard some conflicting accounts of what happened.
On America’s Newsroom today, Bill Hemmer reported that some California towns are hiring “water cops” to deal with citizens who do not comply with mandatory water restrictions amidst a historic, state-wide drought.
Will Carr reported the latest from San Diego County as the wildfires continue to burn out of control. About 1,000 firefighters are battling the fires amid record-high temperatures and fierce winds. At least a dozen homes and businesses have been destroyed at this point.
Some experts warn that Los Angeles is not ready for another big earthquake. If the big one - classified as a 7.5-magnitude or higher quake - were to hit tomorrow, experts say Californians would see that the state is "woefully unprepared."
Will Carr reported this morning on the heroic actions of some airline passengers, who stopped a 23-year-old man's attempt to open a door on a Southwest Airlines flight.
Recently we brought you the story of a 73-year-old grandmother who was busted for operating a drug tunnel between Mexico and the United States.
A high school music performance turned into the scare of a lifetime for students and their parents as the stage collapsed during the performance. Authorities said 25 girls from the all-female Rosary High School were hurt, though most suffered minor injuries when the stage gave way.
Without the heroic actions of social studies teacher John Masterson, a school shooting in Roswell, New Mexico could have turned out much worse. When a 12-year-old gunman opened fire at Berrendo Middle School Tuesday, police say a teacher walked right up to him and convinced him to put the gun down.
A fiery train derailment on Monday evening has the citizens of Castleton, North Dakota, on the run from the toxic fumes rapidly spewing from the site of the crash.