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!
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has issued a new executive order on Tuesday that requires people from the new York Tri-State area to self-quarantine upon arriving to Arizona.
When social distancing became a recommendation, many stayed home. Meaning you can’t shop, can’t eat inside restaurants and movie theaters are closed — well, until now.
The YMCA is receiving an influx of phone calls as essential employees head to work needing a place to drop off their kids.
The parents of the three kids who died after being swept away by floodwaters in Tonto Basin are facing charges of manslaughter and child abuse by Gila County officials.
“In this community we bleed blue” is just one of the dozens of signs posted up in the neighborhood where Phoenix Police Commander Greg Carnicle lived.
Some food banks in the Phoenix metro area are reporting a huge increase of people seeking sustenance as unemployment claims continue to grow because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The governing board of Arizona's public university's are being sued for the pro-rated fees paid by students for of room and board since many left their residences due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When social distancing became a recommendation by the Centers for Disease Control, many thought of ways they can still socially distance themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A trip meant for family reunions and experiencing the Peruvian culture turned into process to get home for an Arizona family.
It’s no secret that restaurants are struggling to stay above water during the global coronavirus pandemic.