This week on Newsmaker Saturday, we speak with Will Humble about the new Delta variant of COVID-19. We also check in with Flagstaff Public Works Director, Andy Bertelsen, about the cleanup efforts following flooding in the area.
On this edition of Newsmaker Saturday, John Hook gets the latest out of Washington D.C. with FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram. Also, valley author T.J. Newman discusses her new best-selling book and the possibility that it could soon hit the big screen.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, Christina Carilla talks with Bobby Lieb from Homesmart, about the hot housing market in the Valley, Dr. Ross Goldberg about the new Delta variant of the Coronavirus, and Shawn Banzhaf about how to help loved ones dealing with PTSD.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, John Hook speaks with FOX reporter Bill Melugin about the crisis at the border. We also talk with Frank Siller, CEO of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
FOX 10's John Hook interviews water expert, Grady Gammage Jr. to talk about Arizona's water outlook. We also speak with John Truett about the wildfires burning throughout Arizona.
John Hook interviews Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels and Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb about border security.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday John Hook speaks with Ken Bennett about the election audit. We also talk with political consultant Chuck Coughlin about the upcoming Governor's race.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, John Hook speaks with Justin Lum about the new charges handed down against Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell. Plus we speak with Gov. Doug Ducey's Chief of Staff, Daniel Scarpinato, to talk about the proposed flat income tax.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, John Hook discusses climate change with Dr. Steven E. Koonin, director of the Center for Urban Science and Progress at New York University.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, we speak with Will Humble about when we might reach herd immunity. Also, Dr. Amy Waltz with NAU talks about Arizona's upcoming wildfire season.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, John Hook talks with Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs about the election audit. Also, we talk taxes with Dr. Will McBride at the Tax Foundation.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, we talk education and the new gaming compacts in Arizona. John Hook speaks with Superintendent of Public Instruction, Kathy Hoffman and Jessica Welman with PlayUSA.
Are we alone in this universe? Depends on who you ask. John Hook speaks with Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell who is an American contemporary artist and documentary filmmaker on everything UFO's.
We revisit the Robert Fisher murders, 20 years later. Fisher remains on the FBI's Most Wanted List. On this edition of Newsmaker Saturday John Hook speaks with a childhood friend of Robert Fisher's son. Plus, we speak with filmmaker Charlie Minn about the infamous case.
We're talking to Will Humble, the Executive Director for the Arizona Public Health Association about the coronavirus and how the state is dealing with the pandemic.
We're talking about the homeless crisis in Arizona with Darlene Newsom, CEO of UMOM and an expert on the issue of families experiencing homelessness, along with Lisa Glow of CASS, Central Arizona Shelter Services, which is the largest and longest serving emergency homeless shelter in the state.
FOX 10's John Hook talks to Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey about sanctuary cities, the economy, prisons, taxes, mental health and the upcoming 2020 election.
Part 1: John Hook talks to political consultant Jaime Molera about the Trump campaign, Democratic debates, the Invest in Education Act and the upcoming 2020 election. Part 2: Kari Lakes talks to attorney Brian Foster about the Jodi Arias murder case where the prosecutor, Juan Martinez, was recently put on administrative leave at the Maricopa Co. Attorney's Office.
Part 1: FOX 10's Kari Lake talks to Stan Barnes of Copperstate Consulting about the State of the Union speech, the Iowa caucus and the Trump impeachment trial. Part 2: Scott Jarrett, Director of Election Day and Emergency Voting and Erika Flores, Deputy Director of Communications for the Maricopa County Elections Dept. discuss their preparations for Arizona's presidential preference election on March 17 and how it won't be using an app, unlike the Iowa caucus; voter registration deadlines and who can vote in the PPE.
Arizona Rep. Debbie Lesko (District 8) talks about President Donald Trump's impeachment trial and her views on the process in Washington, D.C.