Scott Norvell

Scott Norvell is the Northeast Bureau Chief of Fox News Channel, responsible for directing the channel's coverage of New England from bureaus in Boston and New York. He has been with FNC since it launched in 1996, serving as Executive Editor of, its London-based European Bureau Chief and head of the Miami bureau covering the Southeastern United States and Latin America.

Prior to joining Fox News Channel, Norvell reported for a variety of publications — including Time, the New York Times, The Washington Post Sunday Magazine, Fortune and People — from Atlanta and Central America. He began his career covering the U.S.-Mexican border for a daily newspaper in South Texas, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, and in the time since has reported from dozens of countries about everything from Mayan archeology to Cuban prostitution to the charter school movement.

A native of Texas, he graduated from of the University of Missouri-Columbia with an undergraduate degree in Journalism, and lives with his wife, Shelley Emling, and three children — Christopher, Benjamin and Olivia — in suburban New York.