Terace Garnier

Terace Garnier

Terace Garnier

Pentagon Reporter

Terace Garnier served her country for six years in the United States Air Force as a broadcast journalist and anchor for the Pacific Report while stationed at Yokota Air Force Base, Japan. After separating from the military, she continued to work in news with the Fox News Channel’s DC Bureau as a freelance associate producer before earning her Masters in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University. Following her degree, she went back to Fox News Channel in 2016 as a regional multimedia reporter. She covered Mike Pence, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Tim Kane, Roy Moore, Luther Strange, and Doug Jones on the campaign trail. She has also covered the trial hearings of: Dylann Roof, Reality Winner, Michael Slager, and Bowe Bergdahl and has reported during natural disasters like Irma, the 2018 snow storm in Charleston, and the rare transcontinental solar eclipse. She then traveled to West Palm Beach in 2018 and worked as a general news reporter for WPBF 25. Fun Fact- She started building furniture in 2018, which has turned into a full business called Live Edge Artistry LLC.

Recent Work
Child at appointment during a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trial

Moderna Seeks To Be 1st With COVID Shot For Kids Under 5

JetBlue planes wait at terminal gates

Airlines Push To End Federal Mask Mandate

President Joe Biden

President Biden Seeks New Sanctions, Help For Ukrainians In Europe

COVID-19 test kits

Free COVID-19 Testing For Uninsured Americans Ends

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks during a joint press conference with Poland's President

Vice President Harris Embraces Call For War Crimes Probe Of Russia

WNBA player Brittney Griner

WNBA's Brittney Griner Arrested In Russia On Drug Charges

Refugees from Ukraine cross into Poland at the Medyka crossing

U.N. Says Some 660,000 Have Fled Ukraine So Far

A Cadet listens during a commencement ceremony at the United States Military Academy in West Point, N.Y.

Sexual Assault Reports Increase Sharply At U.S. Military Academies

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Ukraine Shows Unity As West Sees No Sign Of Russian Pullback

Soldiers train in Ukraine.

White House Urging U.S. Citizens To Leave Ukraine

People inspect a destroyed house following an operation by the U.S. military in the Syrian village of Atmeh

U.S. Forces Launch Raid In Syria; Civilians Also Reported Dead

Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, addresses the United Nations Security Council

Russia, U.S. Exchange Accusations Over Ukraine At U.N.

Ukrainian soldiers examine their tank at a military unit close to Kharkiv, Ukraine

Russia, U.S. To Square Off At U.N. Security Council Over Ukraine

People wearing face masks

Study: Prior COVID-19 Infection Protects Best Against Delta Variant

A medical assistant wears an N95 mask.

Biden Administration To Distribute 400 Million Free N95 Masks

Man holding dog that looks like a Pokemon character

Pet Grooming Business Skyrockets Through The Pandemic

U.S. Army Soldiers, assigned to Bravo Company, 304th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 1st Signal Brigade

Army Increasing Bonuses For New Recruits As COVID Takes Its Toll

A Lufthansa flight arrives from Munich, Germany.

Lufthansa, United, Delta Cancel Flights Over Christmas

Newsy's Terace Garnier sits with actor Ryan Carnes.

Dating During The Pandemic Holidays

Holiday wreaths made of military uniforms

Staff Sergeant Transforms Military Uniforms Into Holiday Decor

Slain Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen's mother Gloria Guillen speaks during a news conference in 2020

Senate Passes 'I Am Vanessa Guillén Act' As Part Of NDAA

Soldiers walk through a hospital hallway.

Active-Duty Military Helping MI Hospital With COVID Patient Surge

Protesters hold a poster depicting Vanessa Guillen.

Push For New Legislation For Military Sexual Assault Survivors

A street vendor in Kabul, Afghanistan

Despite Taliban Promises, Situation Still Dire In Afghanistan

A U.S. Navy Sailor prepares a COVID-19 vaccine

Marines Face Vaccination Deadline

Photographer Charise Isis

One Photographer's Project To Capture Breast Cancer Survivors

Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, Commander of U.S. Central Command

Pentagon Admits Fatal Drone Strike In Afghanistan Was A Mistake

Attorney Ben Crump speaks about the Crutcher family's request to investigate the death of Terence Crutcher

Crutcher Family Seeks DOJ Investigation Into Fatal Police Shooting

Retired Admiral Recalls 9/11 At The Pentagon

U.S. Marines in Afghanistan

Veterans Are Outraged Over Handling of Afghanistan Evacuations