He also will contribute to the weekend breaking-news coverage, the cable news org said.“Bill and Sandra’s ability to cut through the headlines and provide hard-hitting interviews with the nation’s leaders have made it must-see television, and we’re excited to add an extra hour of this informative program to the weekday lineup,” Fox News President and Executive Editor Jay Wallace said in making the announcement.Sandra has well managed her personal and professional life at her best but she explained in an interview with Chicago Tribune that it's too difficult to maintain the role in the office and at home.host Jon Scott, who joined Fox News two months before its 1996 launch, will move to anchoring Fox Report Weekend, starting June 16.Sandra Smith, also known as Sandy, is a reporter for the Fox Business News and a co-host of Fox News Channel’s “Outnumbered” alongside Harris Faulkner, Stacey Dash, Kennedy, still remained Julie Roginsky, Meghan Mc Cain, and Melissa Francis Originally from Wheaton, Illinois Sandra is currently residing in the Big Apple, since she is a New York-based reporter.
Having worked for more than a decade, Sandra has been able to earn a hefty amount of money.As we all know, the duo loves to live under the radar and never shares their personal affairs to the world. Sandra met John when she used to take part in track and field.However, today we have managed to bring the romantic journey of the pair. The gorgeous TV personality fell for the handsome John during her college times. Sandra met John when she used to take part in track and field.Below are a few pictures of her, her husband and her dog in their hunting activities.Caption: Sandra, John and dog Whisper enjoying hunting season Smith has held some jobs before entering the reporting field.She has earned two letters in track and three letters in cross-country while at Wheaton Warrenville South High school.Later she transferred to Louisiana State University where she and her teammates won a NCAA championship in track. It was her husband John who introduced her to hunting. “Bill and Sandra’s ability to cut through the headlines and provide hard-hitting interviews with the nation’s leaders have made it must-see television,” said Jay Wallace, president and executive editor of Fox News, “and we’re excited to add an extra hour of this informative program to the weekday lineup.” has averaged 1.6 million total viewers.Hemmer has anchored the program since its premiere in 2009.She started her career as a research associate for Aegis Capital Group.She then worked as a trader for Hermitage Capital Management.