Scott Bourque

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Scott Bourque is a reporter at KJZZ. He got his start in radio working as a reporter, photographer and producer for the American Forces Network, covering the tsunami relief operations in Japan, naval exercises in the Pacific, and combat operations in Afghanistan. He graduated from Northern Arizona University and earned a master’s in journalism from Arizona State’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. 

While at Cronkite, he helped produce the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award-winning investigative project “Hate in America” as a fellow for News21. For this project, he traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia, to interview parties on both sides of the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally, and Portland, Oregon, where he embedded with the Proud Boys, a far-right activist group, as they held a rally that turned into a riot. 

As a second-generation native Phoenician, Bourque loves finding and telling the stories that define and shape his hometown. In his spare time, he manages an Instagram page for Chloe, his father’s clumber spaniel, and enjoys the Phoenix area’s vibrant restaurant scene.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Some Churches' Sunday Services Go Online, Drive-Through Scott Bourque April 5, 2020
Nursing Licenses In Limbo Due To Social Distancing Scott Bourque April 4, 2020
Ducey Orders Hair And Nail Salons Closed Scott Bourque April 3, 2020
Phoenix Rescue Mission To Host Drive-Thru Easter Event Scott Bourque April 3, 2020
AZ Department Of Revenue Further Limiting Services At Mesa Office Scott Bourque April 3, 2020
Honeywell Hiring 500 Positions To Make N95 Masks Bret Jaspers, Scott Bourque March 31, 2020
AZ Department Of Revenue Restricting Customer Service Lobbies Scott Bourque March 29, 2020
Warm, Dry Week Ahead, But Not Quite In The 90s Scott Bourque March 29, 2020
Gas Prices Continue To Drop As Demand Plummets Scott Bourque March 29, 2020
AZ Director Of Emergency Management Abruptly Resigns Scott Bourque March 29, 2020
Longtime Pima County Supervisor Dies Unexpectedly At 61 Scott Bourque March 29, 2020
Navajo County Ranks 13th Worldwide For COVID-19 Rate Scott Bourque March 28, 2020
In AZ's Last County Without Coronavirus Cases, Restaurants Are Still Open Scott Bourque March 29, 2020
Beer Distributor's Fund Supports Bar, Restaurant Employees Scott Bourque March 28, 2020
Tucson Mayor Advises Salons, Barbershops To Close Scott Bourque, Ben Giles
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
March 28, 2020
Arizona Desperately Short On Blood For Transfusions Scott Bourque March 27, 2020
Phoenix Will Restrict Hiking Trails To Enforce Social Distancing Scott Bourque March 27, 2020
AZ Delegation Weighs In On $2T Coronavirus Relief Package Scott Bourque March 27, 2020
Facing Eviction? Here's What You Need To Do To Qualify For An Exemption Scott Bourque March 27, 2020
Updates On Arizona Coronavirus Cases, Deaths Scott Bourque, Matthew Casey, Michel Marizco
Associated Press
March 22, 2020
Arizona PBS, ASU Offer Free Educational Material For Students Scott Bourque March 22, 2020
More People In Parks Are Hurting Social Distancing Measures Scott Bourque March 22, 2020
Salt River Reservoir System Is Almost Full Scott Bourque March 22, 2020
Havasupai Tribe Declares State Of Emergency Scott Bourque March 22, 2020
AZ Gets Critical Medical Supplies From National Stockpile Scott Bourque March 21, 2020

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