Emmy Award-winning Anchor Nancy Loo brings an extensive
background of international reporting to FOX News Chicago.
Prior to joining the team as a co-anchor for FOX News at 5 a.m.
and FOX News at Noon, Nancy's career took her on news
assignments to England, China, Japan, Taiwan, North and South
Korea, Thailand and the Philippines. That's where she met her
future husband while covering a coup attempt against Corazon
In 2004, Nancy earned an Emmy nomination for her series
"Chicago's Coolest Cribs" which featured unique homes in the
Before moving to Chicago in 2001, Nancy was a news anchor and
reporter for WABC-TV in New York, where she earned three Emmy
Award nominations. Her team won the Emmy for Best Morning
Newscast for a show in which Nancy actually kept delivering the
news through labor contractions. (Her daughter arrived 12 hours
From 1986 to 1989, Nancy was an Anchor and Reporter at
English-language TV channels in Hong Kong and Japan. She also
served as a correspondent in the Far East for ABC Radio.
In 1993, Nancy was among the team of journalists who launched
New York 1 News. During her two years with that 24-hour cable
news channel, Nancy was named National Anchor of the Year by the
New York Chapter of Women in Cable. The award was based largely
on Nancy's widely-praised performance anchoring eight continuous
hours of live coverage after the bombing of the World Trade
Nancy earned a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism at the
University of Oregon. She speaks fluent Cantonese and has
studied German, Japanese and American Sign Language.
Born in Hong Kong and raised in Northern California, Nancy now
lives with her husband and two children in the northwest suburbs
She currently serves as Co-President of the Asian American
Journalists Association Chicago Chapter and is also actively
involved in the Chinese American Service League, the
Organization of Chinese Americans and the Chicago Chinatown
Chamber of Commerce