Bill Hemmer – born November 14, 1964 – is a Fox News Channel presenter, based in New York City.
He is a co-anchor of America’s Newsroom from 9am to 11am ET. Previously, he reported and anchored at CNN between 1995 and 2005.
Hemmer joined Fox News in August 2005, and has reported on a large number of stories both at the news desk and in the field.
These have included the Hurricane Katrina aftermath, the 2006 Israel-Lebanon crisis, the British sailors’ hostage situation in Iran, the Iraq War, and an interview with 2008 presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, Barack Obama in July 2008.
He handled extensive onsite coverage of the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the United States in April 2008, as well as the shootings at Fort Hood, Texas, and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
He is one of the few reporters to have been embedded with U.S. Marines in Camp Fallujah, Iraq.