Newsmaker Saturday: UFOs -- superior tech or otherworldly spacecraft?

Do you believe we're being visited here on Earth? A Gallup poll says 4 in 10 Americans now think some UFOs that people have spotted were alien spacecraft visiting Earth from other planets or galaxies. This is up from a third saying so two years ago. FOX 10's John Hook talks to Jeremy Corbell, a UFO expert who has been doing a deep dive into this subject for over 20 years.

Newsmaker Saturday: Steven Koonin

FOX 10's John Hook talks to Steven Koonin, a theoretical physicist at New York University and author of "Unsettled: What climate science tells us, what it doesn't, and why it matters."

Newsmaker Saturday: Harry Kazianis; Will Humble

Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to Harry Kazianis, Senior Director at the Center for the National Interest about NATO, conflicts with Russia, and his article, 'How did we just kill a billion people.' Part 2: Will Humble of the Arizona Public Health Association talks about Gov. Ducey's statement on how the COVID-19 crisis is over in the state.

Newsmaker Saturday: Ruben Gallego; Jeri Williams

Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallego, who has a unique perspective on the Russian invasion of Ukraine because he is a Marine who served in Iraq. Gallego represents Arizona's 7th congressional district, which includes most of southern, western, and downtown Phoenix, along with a portion of Glendale. Part 2: Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams talks about recent ambush attacks on officers and how it affects attracting police recruits.

Newsmaker Saturday: Jacqui Heinrich, Court Rich

Part 1: White House reporter Jacqui Heinrich has the latest on Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Presient Biden declaring Vladimir Putin a war criminal. Part 2: With the urgency to bring down gas prices, FOX 10's John Hook talks to Court Rich, co-founder of the Rose Law Group, about where does that leave the push for green energy.

Newsmaker Saturday: Mark Savchuk

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues with deadly and destructive consequences, caught in the middle are the people. Half of Kyiv's population has fled, but many remain. FOX 10's John Hook talks to journalist Mark Savchuk, who joins us from a bomb shelter in Kyiv.

Newsmaker Saturday: Michelle Udall, Ann Kirkpatrick

Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to State Rep. Michelle Udall, chair of the House Education Committee about a proposal to ban CRT in the Arizona Constitution. Part 2: U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick talks to John about her upcoming retirement, the situation in Ukraine, energy independence, the Arizona-Mexico border and her advice for Maricopa County Allister Adell.

Newsmaker Saturday: Mayor John Giles

Spring training baseball is on hold in Arizona. FOX 10's John Hook talks to Mesa Mayor John Giles about how it's causing an economic impact on individual cities.

Newsmaker Saturday: Andy Anderson, Michael Pearson

In the first part of Newsmaker Saturday, John Hook talks with Andy Anderson, a retired assistant police chef for the city of Phoenix, about the incident in south Phoenix where 5 officers were shot and 4 were injured following an ambush and standoff. In the second part of Newsmaker Saturday, a former air traffic controller, Michael Pearson, talks with John Hook about the FAA's hiring practices - are they hiring the best and brightest for a grueling and stressful job? Or are they compromising safety by hiring people without experience in an effort to increase the amount of minorities in this field?

Newsmaker Saturday - Raul Grijalva

FOX 10's John Hook talks to Rep. Raul Grijalva of Arizona's 3rd district about the U.S.-Mexico border crisis; the situation on the Ukraine-Russia border; climate change; voter ID laws and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.

Newsmaker Saturday - Sheriff Mark Dannels, Francis Najafi

Part 1: If you thought 2021 was a rough year on the border, there are projects now that in 2022 we may see more than 2 million entries along the US southern border. Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels talks about the influx of migrants on the Arizona-Mexico border like they've never seen before. Part 2: Arizona State University and the Thunderbird School of Global Management want to educate 100 million people across the globe for free online, through ASU. Founder and CEO of Pivotal Group, Francis Najafi talks to John Hook about why he decided to donate $25 million of his own money to fund this effort.

Newsmaker Saturday - John Whyte, Randy Brice

Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to Dr. John Whyte, WebMD Chief Medical Officer about if the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is in sight two years after the first coronavirus case in the USA was documented. Part 2: How do you start a police department from scratch? We're talking to Queen Creek Police Chief Randy Brice about the process.

Newsmaker Saturday - Dr. Joshua LaBaer, Sarah Porter

Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to Dr. Joshua LaBaer, Executive Director of the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University about the COVID-19 omicron variant. Part 2: Sarah Porter, Director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy, discusses the pros and cons of Pacific ocean desalination to create clean drinking water in Arizona.

Newsmaker Saturday - Will Humble and Andy Biggs

FOX 10's John Hook talks to Will Humble, Executive Director of Arizona Public Health about the highly contagious COVID-19 omicron variant in our state and Rep. Andy Biggs (R - 5th District) about the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.