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Kari Lake anchors the award-winning "FOX 10 News @ 5pm" and "FOX 10 News @ 9pm."  Kari and co-anchor John Hook make up "Hook and Lake", the longest running news team in the Valley.

Lake is an Emmy Award winning anchor and reporter, receiving awards for her stories on the landmine removal efforts in Cambodia and a half-hour special she wrote and anchored.

Before joining FOX 10, Kari worked as an anchor, reporter and weathercaster in New York, Arizona and Illinois.

Kari was raised in Iowa, the youngest in a family of nine children. She received a Bachelor of Arts in communications and journalism from the University of Iowa.

She actively volunteers her time to many Valley charities especially those helping children, families and pets. Her favorite charity is Save the Family, a local organization that helps families break the cycle of homelessness.

Kari loves to read, swim and hang out with her family. She and her husband live in Phoenix with their daughter, son and dog.

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  • MCSO rescues Capuchin monkey from Phoenix residence

    MCSO rescues Capuchin monkey from Phoenix residence

    It's not the kind of capture you see every day.A Capuchin monkey was sedated and pulled from a home near 59th Ave. Thomas. The little animal had to be tranquilized not once, but twice.
    It's not the kind of capture you see every day.A Capuchin monkey was sedated and pulled from a home near 59th Ave. Thomas. The little animal had to be tranquilized not once, but twice.
  • National parks attract fewer visitors than normal

    National parks attract fewer visitors than normal

    Some of the country's irreplaceable treasures are its national parks.But hiking-path bottlenecks and scenes of packed tour buses are now less common at some historic sites.Part of the problem is how the parks are financed.
    Some of the country's irreplaceable treasures are its national parks.But hiking-path bottlenecks and scenes of packed tour buses are now less common at some historic sites.Part of the problem is how the parks are financed.
  • Panhandling: why there is an increase in panhandlers

    Panhandling: why there is an increase in panhandlers

    Have you noticed there seems to be more panhandlers on city streets? It's a common site just off freeway exit ramps, waiting to collect money from kindhearted drivers.For some of the men and women who seemingly have fallen on hard times, they're able to rake in big bucks in an hour or two.
    Have you noticed there seems to be more panhandlers on city streets? It's a common site just off freeway exit ramps, waiting to collect money from kindhearted drivers.For some of the men and women who seemingly have fallen on hard times, they're able to rake in big bucks in an hour or two.
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