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Mia Garcia joined the FOX 10 news team in September 2007. She's thrilled to be back in the southwest after living on the east coast for the last three years.

Before moving to Phoenix, Mia was a reporter at WESH-TV in Orlando, FL. During her time at WESH, she covered the busy 2004 hurricane season, numerous wildfires, tornadoes, a space shuttle launch, and even the arrest of former astronaut Lisa Nowak.

Before Orlando, Mia reported in her hometown of El Paso, Texas.

During her time in El Paso, she was awarded for her investigative work by the Texas Associated Press.

Mia graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She's a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Asian American Journalists Association.

She lives in Phoenix.

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  • Police: 22 year-old woman killed by boyfriend, family speaks out

    Police: 22 year-old woman killed by boyfriend, family speaks out

    The family of a 22-year-old woman killed in Glendale is speaking out tonight.Glendale Police say the victim's death is connected with domestic violence.They're grieving, but they also want to make other young women aware of the dangers of being in an abusive relationship.
    The family of a 22-year-old woman killed in Glendale is speaking out tonight.Glendale Police say the victim's death is connected with domestic violence.They're grieving, but they also want to make other young women aware of the dangers of being in an abusive relationship.
  • Violent protests in Missouri: could it happen in Phoenix?

    Violent protests in Missouri: could it happen in Phoenix?

    Violent protests have continued in Ferguson, Missouri.Armed police remain in the streets as they try to keep the peace.What are Phoenix Police doing to make sure we don't have a similar situation like this in our city.
    Violent protests have continued in Ferguson, Missouri.Armed police remain in the streets as they try to keep the peace.What are Phoenix Police doing to make sure we don't have a similar situation like this in our city.
  • Phoenix remembers Robin Williams

    Phoenix remembers Robin Williams

    He made us laugh, he made us think, and his performances even made us cry.Millions of people around the world mourn the loss of a true comic genius, Robin Williams.FOX 10's Mia Garcia reports on how he left his mark on the valley.
    He made us laugh, he made us think, and his performances even made us cry.Millions of people around the world mourn the loss of a true comic genius, Robin Williams.FOX 10's Mia Garcia reports on how he left his mark on the valley.
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