Carmen joins the FOX 10 team from Louisiana. The New Orleans native earned her communications degree from the University of Louisiana Monroe while minoring in Spanish.
While at ULM, Blackwell’s broadcasting work was recognized by the Southeast Journalism Conference and the College Media Association Convention.
Before moving to the Valley of the Sun, Carmen was the Weekday Morning Anchor at KALB (NBC) in Alexandria, Louisiana.
When she’s not working, Carmen enjoys traveling, sports, fashion and Cajun cuisine.
Valleywise Health is giving away over 300 donated backpacks filled with school supplies to Maricopa County families.
Frances Xavier Parsons says these community gardens provide a healthier and more sustainable way of living and eating for urban areas by teaching families how to become their own farmers and grow their own food.
A Phoenix electrician made a special delivery to a loved one on 16th Street and Camelback on July 15.
So far, 180 patients with COVID-19 from 18 hospitals across the country have received the treatment. Preliminary data showed at day 14, 73% of the patients recovered with a mortality rate of 6.3%.
The group spoke out on July 9 and called for the school board president and several other school board members to make public statements on the issue, saying silence is not acceptable.
Chef Brian Archibald says the restaurant needs to fill at least 40 positions before the grand opening. So far, dozens of candidates have come to the restaurant with resumes in hand for an interview.
Debbie Lee became a Gold Star mother when she lost her son on August 2, 2006 -- Marc Alan Lee was the first Navy SEAL killed in Iraq. Now, Lee says this new memorial will serve as a way to not only honor loved ones lost while defending our country, but also their families.
ADOT is finding its thermal detection system has proven to be a reliable method of detecting wrong-way drivers, resulting in faster response times from law enforcement. FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell reports.
Prosecutors say Officer Nathan Chisler shot Randy Sewell at Ojos Locos Cantina near the U.S. 60 and Alma School Road on December 6, 2019.
By early June, Dilla Libre owner Mike Bomb says the City of Scottsdale told him to take the mural down. They also issued Bomb a warning that the restaurant could face fines of up to $2,500 a day as long as the mural stays up, and Bomb could face up to 60 days in jail.