Elisabeth Hasselbeck took the the Ice Bucket Challenge over the weekend and now this morning, it was Fox News meteorologist Maria Molina's turn.
Rick Reichmuth joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 2004, as a meteorologist.
Reichmuth covered the devastating impact of the EF5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, in addition to providing FNC with invaluable coverage of every hurricane season since joining in 2004.
Before joining FNC, Reichmuth worked as a live weather anchor for Weather Services International in Andover, Massachusetts. Prior to this role, Reichmuth worked as a freelance weather anchor for WFXT-FOX 25 in Boston, MA where he primarily anchored weather for weekend newscasts. Previously, Reichmuth also worked as a weather anchor for CNN, CNN Headline News, and CNN International in Atlanta, GA. There he took on many tasks while working closely with executive producers to make sure accurate weather forecasts were being distributed properly and efficiently.
Reichmuth first began his career as a production coordinator for CNN en Espanol in Atlanta, GA. Reichmuth graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Spanish literature and went on to Georgia State University and Mississippi State University to complete a broadcast meteorology program. He is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association.
Stories from Rick Reichmuth
Shortly after President Obama spoke from the White House about the U.S. response to the advance of militants toward Baghdad, Gretchen Carlson got some reaction from a double-amputee Iraq veteran. Retired Staff Sgt. Johnny "Joey" Jones, who is public affairs director for Bootcampaign.com.
Check out some of the most memorable moments from "Fox and Friends" this morning, from fencing to Anna Kooiman's trip to SeaWorld.
Toyota donated the brand new RAV4 to U.S. Army Spc. Robert Loria, who was wounded in an IED explosion in 2005.
Anna Kooiman, Clayton Morris, Jon Scott and Rick Reichmuth celebrated National Puppy Day with some furry friends.
Starbucks is under fire after an employee turned away an amputee veteran for bringing his service dog to the store.
NHRA racer Ron Capps survived a fiery explosion while racing in Pomona, Calif.
Heavy rains and melting ice caused major flooding in some areas. On Saturday night, dozens of residents in West Seneca, New York had to be rescued from their homes by rafts and bulldozers.
Fox and Friends Weekend shared an incredible ‘Shot of the Morning’ taken by none other than our own meteorologist Rick Reichmuth.
On Fox and Friends this morning we heard the inspiring comeback story of Rebekah Gregory and Pete DiMartino, a couple who survived the Boston Marathon bombing. Gregory, a 26-year-old native of Texas, was near the finish line when the first explosion occurred just 10 feet from them, severely injuring her left foot and leg. Gregory is able to stand on her own again.
Fox News Chief Meteorologist Rick Reichmuth rappels 350 feet down the Landmark Building in Stamford, CT.
The Philippine Red Cross says that early estimates put the death toll at 1,000 in one coastal city and 200 in another.