Kenzie Beach is excited about joining the FOX 10 team as a reporter.
She was born and raised in Southern California. After spending nearly 7 years in the south, she is happy to be closer to family.
During her time at WRBL in Columbus, Georgia she was the weekend evening primetime Anchor and Reporter during the week. She most notably covered the 2023 Governor’s race, record-breaking crime and gangs across West Georgia, Georgia’s school districts and built strong relationships with the military community on Fort Moore.
Kenzie is a proud alum of The University of Alabama where she majored in News and Sports Media and minored in Communication Studies, Roll Tide!
Outside of work, Kenzie loves staying active, trying new restaurants, taking spontaneous trips and never misses the sunset!
Kenzie and her family are so grateful to call the Phoenix area their home!
Please say hello if you see her around town and feel free to send any story ideas or recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can follow her on Instagram or Twitter. @kenziebeachtv
Four people were stabbed at a Scottsdale bar early Saturday morning, the police department said. The stabbing broke out at the Playa Bar near McDowell and Granite Reef Roads just after 1 a.m.
The fallout continues after Alabama's Supreme Court rules that frozen embryos will now be considered as children.
Phoenix is still dealing with a homeless problem, and a man said he feels helpless, after an encampment sprung up in the alleyway behind his home.
At the age of 101, Joseph Alexander is among the few still-living survivors of the Holocaust, and he has a message for the younger generation, as he shared his experience at Arizona State University.
The fire, which started on the night of Feb. 14, resulted in the destruction of two buildings. The blaze also left two other buildings badly damaged.
Cahill was serving a sentence of 25 years to life for the murder of Mary-Rita Yates, who was 39 years old when she was stabbed to death on Dec. 3, 1979.
“I pray that he's caught before he hurts someone else," said the murder victim's daughter.
A rather famous (or infamous) ‘alligator’ at Riverview Park in Mesa now has some company.