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
McSally And Sinema Set Up Coronavirus Information Sites Scott Bourque March 21, 2020
Researchers 'Cautiously Optimistic' About Potential Coronavirus Treatment Scott Bourque March 21, 2020
Arizona's First Coronavirus-Related Death Was City Of Phoenix Worker Scott Bourque
Associated Press
March 21, 2020
Arizona Marine Corps Base Confirms COVID-19 Case Scott Bourque March 20, 2020
After Weeks Of Rain, Tonto Creek Still Flooded Scott Bourque March 21, 2020
Sinema Introduces Bill To Protect Veterans Education Benefits During University Closures Scott Bourque March 17, 2020
Arizona Schools To Close For At Least 2 Weeks Amid Virus Concerns Scott Bourque, Mark Brodie
Associated Press
March 15, 2020
Arizona Education Association Calls For Students To Stay Home Scott Bourque March 15, 2020
Another Storm Likely For The Week Ahead In Arizona Scott Bourque March 15, 2020
Arizona Democratic Party Chairwoman Reacts To Debate Scott Bourque March 15, 2020
Phoenix-Area Shoppers Brave Crowds, Long Lines Chad Snow, Scott Bourque March 14, 2020
Camelback Mountain Closed After Hiker Gets Trapped Under Boulder Scott Bourque March 14, 2020
Biggs, Lesko Vote Against Bipartisan Relief Package Scott Bourque March 14, 2020
Phoenix Closes Senior Centers, Suspends Evictions From City-Owned Housing Scott Bourque March 13, 2020
Blood Banks Seeing Shortages As The Coronavirus Fears Increase Scott Bourque March 13, 2020
1,300 School Buses Reinspected After Inspector Accused Of Negligence Scott Bourque March 9, 2020
Nonprofit Aims To Help Veterans Start Their Own Businesses Scott Bourque March 9, 2020
Spring Raining: Wet Week In Store For Phoenix Scott Bourque March 8, 2020
Nonprofit Dental Clinics Help AZ Vets Keep Their Teeth Scott Bourque March 8, 2020
Sunday Early Voting Stations Open Today Scott Bourque March 8, 2020
ADHS Confirms 3rd Coronavirus Case In Arizona Scott Bourque, Kathy Ritchie March 6, 2020
Rain Likely Today Before Warmup Later This Week Scott Bourque March 2, 2020
Brnovich Opposes Google's Wi-Fi Privacy Settlement Scott Bourque March 1, 2020
Carpenters Union Holds Political Rally In Phoenix Scott Bourque March 1, 2020
Cardinals Will Host A Game In Mexico City Scott Bourque Feb. 28, 2020

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