Richard Saenz handles sports reporting duties on FOX 10 weekdays @ 5, 9 and 10 pm and on "FOX 10 SportsNight."
Born in Mc Allen, Texas, Richard decided to stay in the Lone Star State to attend college. He graduated from Incarnate Word University in San Antonio.
In November of 1994, Richard began his broadcasting career at KWES-TV in Midland, Texas. He worked his way from a general assignment news reporter to weekend sports anchor.
In 1997 Richard moved to El Paso where he anchored the weekend sports at KDBC-TV. He was promoted to sports director and stayed in El Paso for over five years before moving to FOX 10 in April 2003.
Richard is actively involved in Arizona charity work, including the Mentorship program of the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University and The Champions for the Homeless with The Society Of Saint Vincent De Paul.
Richard has won multiple Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards ranging from Best Sports Feature to Best Sports Reporter.
If you've been lucky enough to run into Richard Saenz in the halls of FOX 10 or at any stadium around The Valley, you probably walked away laughing and a little bit smarter about the Arizona sports scene.
Arizona Cardinals linebacker Jordan Hicks is teaming up with Impact Church located near the Loop 101 and Frank Lloyd Wright to provide free drive-thru testing for COVID-19. FOX 10's Richard Saenz has the details.