A city girl from NYC, Stephanie Olmo is excited about her recent big move to Phoenix where she is pursuing her dreams at FOX 10 as a Weekend Weather Anchor/Reporter.
Prior to the big move out west, she worked for 3 years at AccuWeather in State College, Pennsylvania anchoring weather segments in English and Spanish. Stephanie broadcasted local, national, and international weather forecasts on the AccuWeather Network. She also delivered national weather hits on ABC’s “World News Now,” The Big Ten Network, and FOX News Channel.
Stephanie graduated from Penn State University with dual degrees in Broadcast Journalism and International Studies. It was there she discovered her passion for broadcasting. Stephanie reported and anchored for the university’s student-produced newscast. She also interned for Univision and Clear Channel Communications.
After graduating from Penn State, she traveled to Shanghai, China where she interned for the cable channel International Channel Shanghai (part of the Shanghai Media Group). Stephanie assisted with reporting, editing, and was occasionally co-hosted the show “City Beat,” an entertainment, fashion, and culture news program.
Stephanie is now back in school at Mississippi State University’s distance learning program working on getting her degree in meteorology.
When Stephanie is not reporting or studying, she enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, dancing, and exploring the beautiful state of Arizona.
One ASU professor hopes his work on clothing can help people adapt to Arizona's extreme heat. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
An epidemiologist is speaking out as Arizona rapidly becomes an epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CEO of Mountainside Fitness says he will head to court to defend his right to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic. He says the state isn't taking into account the safety protocols he's put into place to keep his members safe.
We are well above normal high temperatures for this time of the year in the valley.
Temperatures soared into 110 degrees this weekend, and it looks like this will be the case for next weekend too.
We'll be seeing triple-digit temperatures this upcoming week as we are well into summer!
We are lucky we didn't reach our record high of 118 degrees during this 4th of July!
Fry's is offering free at-home COVID-19 test kits for its employees in Arizona.
FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo says we should all expect to see temperatures as high as 110 degrees next Sunday and Monday.
The Bush Fire burning northeast of the Valley has increased in size and is burning nearly 200,000 acres of land. Those who were evacuated were allowed to go back home over the weekend.