Brian Webb joined FOX 10 News as a reporter in May 2019.
He worked for KPIX in San Francisco and CBS News in New York City after covering the news in the Valley for seven years, from 2006 until 2013.
In his 20 year career, Brian has served as an embedded reporter in Bosnia, reported from Washington, DC after the 911 terror attacks and more recently covered the 2016 presidential campaigns in New York.
But his favorite stories are about giving a voice to everyday men and women who are facing struggles and reaching goals.
Brian grew up in Newton, KS, then earned a basketball scholarship to Regis University in Denver, CO.
He and his wife are glad to be back in the Valley of the sun close to friends and family.
You can see social distancing all across Arizona during the COVID-19 pandemic - and it's being tracked by tech companies.
Maricopa County announced a unified command between public health and emergency management Monday to help streamline their efforts to fight against the coronavirus.
Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered barbers and salons to close by April 4, under newly released guidance on essential services.
After mounting criticism, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s chief of staff promised Friday to update guidance on what Ducey’s social distancing order means to businesses such as nail and hair salons that must have close contact with customers.
One area that has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic in Arizona is Northern Arizona, with multiple cases and deaths reported in Coconino County and the Navajo Nation.
April 1 was the first full day Arizonans were asked, under a stay-at-home order issued by Governor Doug Ducey, to limit their time away from home. Some people, however, are still out and about.
A stay-at-home order that was issued by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to slow the spread of the new coronavirus has taken effect in Arizona.
Officials from Arizona’s health department and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are scouring sites to see how quickly it could be running if an expected surge of coronavirus cases hits.
Municipal leaders criticized Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey over his decision to classify some businesses like golf courses as “essential” during the coronavirus pandemic.
Our political leaders, from the president to the governor, are trying to strike a balance between lives versus livelihoods.