John Hook joined the FOX 10 News team in August of 1993. He anchors 3 hours of news every weekday. “Fox 10 News @ 4pm”, "FOX 10 News at 5 pm", and "FOX 10 News at 9 pm."
John also hosts the Emmy award-winning "FOX 10 Newsmaker Saturday" every Saturday night at 10:30 p.m.
John has been covering Arizona news for 36 years. He began his broadcast career in Phoenix radio. Prior to joining FOX 10, he was an anchor and reporter for 8 years in Tucson.
He has won more than a dozen Emmy awards and is a five-time recipient of the Associated Press "Anchor of the Year."
John has covered 12 National Political Conventions, the elections of 6 Presidents, and major breaking stories from the San Francisco earthquake and O-J Simpson to California wildfires and 9/11.
He is the author of the critically acclaimed book, “Who Killed Bob Crane?”
John holds a Bachelor of Arts in broadcasting from Arizona State University. In 2002, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism.
John lives in Scottsdale with his wife, Gina, their twin boys and daughter.
Unlike Memorial Day Weekend that caused a spike in COVID-19 cases, former Arizona Dept. of Health Director, Will Humble, says that's not the case for Labor Day Weekend.
Scottsdale Mayor, Jim Lane, has ordered the city's mask mandate to end. He's talking about his decision with FOX 10's John Hook on Sept. 22.
After years of work, a factory in Casa Grande is ready to churn out electric cars.
What's next for Mountainside Fitness? FOX 10's John Hook talked to the gym's owner about the governor's new guidelines for reopening.
Chad Daybell will appear in an Idaho court Aug. 3 in connection to the deaths of JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan. Evidence and witnesses will be brought forward in connection to the death of the children after their remains were found on his property in June.
Scientists at ASU played a big role in the latest Mars mission.
During Governor Doug Ducey's statewide lockdown, ASU professor Rolf Halden says levels remained normal, but in the days and weeks that followed, Halden noticed a disturbing trend.
The tour is a way for the President to mark the construction of more than 200 miles of wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. FOX 10's John Hook caught up with the President.
Ahead of a Students for Trump event at a church in North Phoenix, President Trump will visit a segment of the U.S.-Mexico border wall in Arizona.
The plane struggled to gain altitude, only reaching 200 feet. As it made a left bank, possibly to return to the airport, the angle increased, and the plane lost lift, eventually plunging to the ground.