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Troy Hayden

Troy Hayden Troy Hayden

Troy Hayden is a multiple Emmy award winning journalist who serves as thesolo anchor of FOX 10 News at 6 and 10pm. He joined FOX 10 in 1994.

In addition to anchoring his newscasts, Troy also frequently reports fromthe field. He became known to a national audience during the Jodi Arias murdertrial, providing months of local and Fox News Channel reports, and conductingan exclusive interview with Arias just minutes after her guilty verdict thatwas broadcast internationally.

Troy has been embedded with the Maricopa County Sheriff's SWAT team on anactual mission. Work with the Phoenix Fire Department has taken him withfirefighters into 1,100-degree fires. He is certified as an advanced scubadiver, and conducts operations with underwater and swift water search andrescue teams, including taking the point position on an actual body recoveryfrom an Arizona canal.

Military training and access has allowed Troy to take the controls of anF-16 over the Barry Goldwater bombing range, fly into border enforcement zoneson a Blackhawk helicopter, and compete and shoot side by side with the topsnipers in the U.S. Marines. He also spent three days out to sea on the nuclearaircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, catapulting off the deck in a COD aircraft.

He has reported live from the Democratic National Convention, the launch ofthe space shuttle Discovery, the World Series, and four Super Bowls.

Troy has been recognized for his work with numerous professional awards,including Emmys for both his reporting and anchoring. He has been named"Anchor of the Year" by the Associated Press, "Best 10pmAnchor" by Phoenix Magazine, and "Best Live Reporter" by thePhoenix New Times.

At home, Troy enjoys spending quality time with his wife Stephanie and theirtwo daughters.

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  • TMZ: Arizona Cardinal's player arrested for DUI

    TMZ: Arizona Cardinal's player arrested for DUI

    John Abraham had a big year last year with the Arizona Cardinals. He was a big reason the team's defense was so tough. But he hasn't been at training camp so far, and it looks like we know why.According to police reports obtained by TMZ Sports, officers spotted Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham's car in the middle of the road, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon with the player behind the wheel and asleep.
    John Abraham had a big year last year with the Arizona Cardinals. He was a big reason the team's defense was so tough. But he hasn't been at training camp so far, and it looks like we know why.According to police reports obtained by TMZ Sports, officers spotted Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham's car in the middle of the road, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon with the player behind the wheel and asleep.
  • Drone/UAV flying: Is it legal? Is it safe?

    Drone/UAV flying: Is it legal? Is it safe?

    Drones just aren't for the U.S. Air Force, the Border Patrol, or the CIA anymore. The technology is now available for everyone.Most hobby stores sell them starting for around $500 up through a few thousand dollars.But is it safe or legal for just anyone to buy a drone and just start flying it with no instruction or training?
    Drones just aren't for the U.S. Air Force, the Border Patrol, or the CIA anymore. The technology is now available for everyone.Most hobby stores sell them starting for around $500 up through a few thousand dollars.But is it safe or legal for just anyone to buy a drone and just start flying it with no instruction or training?
  • Monsoon 2014: lightning hits tree causing it to explode into neighbors home

    Monsoon 2014: lightning hits tree causing it to explode into neighbors home

    The clean-up continues for people in North Phoenix after strong weekend storms.For one couple, a lightning strike hit a little too close to home. We've seen lightning strikes hit a house and cause damage, but in this case lightning hit a neighbor's tree, blew it apart, and sent big pieces crashing into their home next door.
    The clean-up continues for people in North Phoenix after strong weekend storms.For one couple, a lightning strike hit a little too close to home. We've seen lightning strikes hit a house and cause damage, but in this case lightning hit a neighbor's tree, blew it apart, and sent big pieces crashing into their home next door.
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