Ron Hoon joined FOX 10 in 1982 when it was known as KOOL-TV. Now he anchors "FOX 10 Arizona Morning" weekdays from 4:30 am to 10 am.
"I have the best job in the world", says Ron, "I meet the most interesting people---and something always happens on the show that gets us laughing."
Ron is very involved in the community, donating many hours to charities like the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Waste Not Foundation. He's passionate about reading and visits classrooms across the Valley every year to promote literacy and motivate students to read.
Ron and his wife Renae have three kids, one cat, and a feisty Chihuahua. They live in Mesa.
FOX 10's Ron Hoon speaks with Jerry McPherson with the Greater Phoenix Urban League to learn more about their programs that aim to support and empower small local businesses. Learn more: http://gphxul.org/
FOX 10's Ron Hoon speaks with Ketonya Bankston, an Arizona woman who owns two beauty businesses: Style Stalkers and FabyLash.
The Valley is celebrating Black History Month by creating 28 murals to mark the 28 days of the month. The creator of the idea, Gizette Knight, spoke with FOX 10's Ron Hoon.
FOX 10 spoke with Marcy Flanagan, executive director for Maricopa County Public Health, to see how smoothly vaccine distributions are going at the Arizona State Fairgrounds this morning.