Todd Connor

Todd Connor joined FOX News Channel in October 1996. He currently serves as a fill-in anchor and correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). Most recently, Connor reported on the Mitchell Report and steroid use in Major League Baseball. He has also reported on the death of Anna Nicole Smith from the Bahamas, covered hurricanes in Texas and Florida and was live from Rome during the illness of Pope John Paul II. Other notable assignments of Connor include the Iraq War, the London terrorist bombings, Middle East violence from Israel and the West Bank, rescue of the nine miners in Pennsylvania and the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center.

Before joining FNC when it launched in 1996, Connor served as a weekday anchor for WSBT-TV (CBS) in South Bend and served as a reporter and anchor for WLKY-TV (CBS) in Louisville, KY and WTHI-TV (CBS) in Terre Haute, IN.

A graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a Bachelor degree in Speech Communications, Connor began his career in radio, as a news director for WPMB-AM in Vandalia, IL and later he served as an afternoon reporter and anchor for WCVS-AM in Springfield, IL..