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Kristen Keogh

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Kristen Keogh was born and raised in Surprise, Arizona.

Becoming a part of the news team she grew up watching is a dream come true for Kristen.

The proud Sun Devil graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

In her senior year Kristen became the first ever host of the show "Sun Devils 101" on FOX Sports Arizona, sharing stories about Arizona State athletics.

Kristen then headed north to Dayton, Ohio for a morning anchor and reporter job at the FOX and ABC affiliate. After spending one winter in the snow, Kristen couldn't be happier about returning to the Valley of the Sun where all of her family still resides.

In her spare time you can find Kristen hiking, fishing, spending time with family and cheering on all of the Arizona sports teams (except for those Wildcats!)

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  • Someburros celebrates 28 years in valley

    Someburros celebrates 28 years in valley

    A restaurant that was the first of it's kind, high-quality Mexican food in a casual and quick environment.
    Someburros is now celebrating 28 years in the valley. FOX10's Kristen Keogh reports. (7/21/14)
    A restaurant that was the first of it's kind, high-quality Mexican food in a casual and quick environment.
    Someburros is now celebrating 28 years in the valley. FOX10's Kristen Keogh reports.
  • Parents meet son's lung transplant recipient

    Parents meet son's lung transplant recipient

    There are 2,400 people in Arizona waiting for an organ transplant. A 64-year-old man from Deer Valley was taken off that list in 2012 when he received a set of lungs.He spent time Friday with the family of a man who saved his life.
    There are 2,400 people in Arizona waiting for an organ transplant. A 64-year-old man from Deer Valley was taken off that list in 2012 when he received a set of lungs.He spent time Friday with the family of a man who saved his life.
  • One year-old found in pool rushed to hospital

    One year-old found in pool rushed to hospital

    A one year-old baby girl was rushed to the hospital after she's found floating in a backyard pool.This happened at a home near 163rd Ave Jomax Thursday evening.A medical helicopter rushed the girl, who was responsive to pain stimuli, to Phoenix Children's Hospital.
    A one year-old baby girl was rushed to the hospital after she's found floating in a backyard pool.This happened at a home near 163rd Ave Jomax Thursday evening.A medical helicopter rushed the girl, who was responsive to pain stimuli, to Phoenix Children's Hospital.
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