Jennifer joined the FOX 10 news team in October 2018 She comes to Phoenix by way of Tucson and she is thrilled to be in Phoenix as she continues her journey in the Grand Canyon state.
Jennifer was a News Reporter and Fill-in anchor at KGUN 9 in Tucson but she is no stranger to the Capital. She covered countless stories in Phoenix, including President Donald Trump’s first visit to Arizona and the death of late Senator John McCain. She also covered major stories along the US/Mexico border, the historic #RedforEd movement where thousands of teachers protested for better classrooms in Arizona, and the deadly restaurant shooting at a popular mall, La Encantada.
Jennifer’s most passionate work came when she anchored a 30-minute special, “The Quiet Epidemic: Mental Illness in Arizona.”
Jennifer began her reporting career in her beloved home state, Massachusetts. She was a News Reporter at Western Mass News in Springfield, just west of Boston. Although Jennifer has put down some roots in Arizona – Jennifer is a proud Bostonian through and through! Go Patriots, Celtics, and Red Sox!
Jennifer graduated from Suffolk University with a Bachelor’s degree in TV broadcasting.
Jennifer’s love to tell stories is what led her to become a journalist. She began writing in a journal at a young age and always asked too many questions.
Jennifer is a proud Latina – her family is from Puerto Rico. ¡Sí, hablo español!
When Jennifer is not reporting the news you can find her hiking up a mountain, taking a yoga class, catching a flight somewhere, playing with her kitty Little Lola, dragging friends to brunch, and exploring her new city!
A porch concert series was shut down in Phoenix on April 10 after offering live music to the community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Police say they had several violations.
It was the phone call no parent wants to receive, but on March 24, Juan Montanez got the dreaded call that his 11-year-old daughter had been in a terrible accident 3,000 miles away.
A postal worker's kind gesture went a long way for an elderly woman on his route as she was walking barefoot on the hot pavement while checking the mail.
Students and staff experienced a COVID-19 scare at a Valley elementary school after a student tested positive, and now some parents are a little concerned about sending their kids back to the classroom.
Arizona Diamondbacks fans who attended the home opener on April 9 will receive a free ticket to a future game as an apology for issues related to fans' experiences.
A family's goal of starting a new life in Arizona has hit a major snag as someone stole their truck and a U-Haul trailer that was carrying the family's possessions.
Arizona's Governor signed a new bill that will block any federal restrictions against the second amendment in the state. Some in the state aren't happy with the governor's choice.
Families are mourning the loss of several after a wrong-way crash by a now-deceased wrong-way driver, says Arizona's Department of Public Safety.
According to Phoenix Police, the shooting happened just before 5 a.m. on April 6 near 12th Avenue and Madison Street.
The Arizona bill would raise the bar for winning pandemic-related lawsuits against businesses, health care providers, nursing homes, nonprofits, governments, churches and schools.