Stephanie Bennett joined Fox 10 News in November 2021 and is excited to call the desert her new home.
Previously, Stephanie was part of the Fox News Multimedia Reporter Training Program where she worked as a one-woman -band, filming, writing, and editing her own stories from across the country. During her time she extensively covered the 2020 Presidential election, chasing candidates from state to state. She’s also been at the forefront of the challenges facing the U.S.-Mexico border and covered several major hurricanes in Texas and Louisiana. Other major stories include the 2021 Boulder grocery store shooting, Blue Origin rocket launches, and wildfire coverage, just to name a few.
Before joining Fox, Stephanie worked as an anchor and reporter for KKCO 11 News & KJCT News 8 in Grand Junction, CO. Covering everything from local politics, to snowstorms, and funeral home investigations.
Stephanie’s journalism career began in high school where she reported for her school districts local news station. From there she traveled overseas graduating from Nottingham Trent University in the United Kingdom with a Bachelors’ Degree in Broadcast Journalism. She has dual-nationality of both the UK and USA and enjoys visiting her family as often as possible.
When she is not working, Stephanie loves to travel, hike, ski, and hang out with her Fiancé and dachshund Henry.
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The Pipeline Fire is 6 miles north of Flagstaff and has burned over 26,000 acres so far. A suspect has been arrested in connection to the fire, the sheriff's office says.
Investigators believe the suspect was the ex-boyfriend of the woman and the male victim was her current boyfriend.
A 16-month-old boy died after crews transported him to the hospital from a Phoenix home where he nearly drowned on Friday.
A gas meter at a Scottsdale business caught fire and forced people to evacuate from nearby buildings on Friday. Businesses are back open.
A new proposal aims to give new Phoenix Police recruits a huge salary increase to keep up with a competitive job market and ease its officer shortage. So just how much is this increase?
“The two men got out of the car with handguns drawn and pulled masks over their faces,” Sgt. Philip Krynsky said. “Through the rearview mirror the detective was able to see the actions of the two males and began to put on her police ballistic vest and draw her handgun.”
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Protesters packed Tempe City Hall on June 9 amid ongoing controversy over police action during an incident at Tempe Town Lake that led to the drowning of a man.
Police say the man caught on video brutally attacking a Cricket Wireless employee before getting away with phones and cash from a store in Phoenix has been caught three days later. We want to warn you that the video is disturbing and hard to watch.