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
Lesko: 'Remain In Mexico' Keeps Asylum Seekers From Flooding Borders Scott Bourque Dec. 29, 2019
Board Of Supervisors Votes To Uphold Assessor Petersen's Suspension Kathy Ritchie, Scott Bourque Dec. 27, 2019
Headed To Northern Arizona To Play In The Snow? Read This Scott Bourque Dec. 27, 2019
Wrong-Way Driver Killed In Crash With Light Rail Train Scott Bourque Dec. 25, 2019
Program Helps Retirees Navigate Online Hiring Process Scott Bourque Dec. 22, 2019
Libertarian Party Takes Fight Over Signature Requirements To SCOTUS Scott Bourque
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
Dec. 22, 2019
Goodyear Fires Police Chief For Policy Violations Scott Bourque Dec. 20, 2019
Arizona Rattlers Player Shot Dead In Phoenix Scott Bourque Dec. 20, 2019
Vaccination Rate Drop Likely Leading To Mumps Outbreak Scott Bourque Dec. 20, 2019
Salt And Verde River Reservoirs Looking More Full Than Last Year Scott Bourque Dec. 9, 2019
National Organization For Women Holds Rally For Migrant Detainees Scott Bourque Dec. 8, 2019
'Remember Pearl Harbor' — 78 Years Later, Arizonans Haven't Forgotten Scott Bourque Dec. 7, 2019
Ducey Opts In To Refugee Resettlement In Arizona Scott Bourque Dec. 6, 2019
Investigators: Petersen Didn't Neglect Duties, But Broke County Rules Scott Bourque, Steve Goldstein, Mark Brodie Dec. 6, 2019
Maricopa County Animal Shelter Wants You To Adopt Scott Bourque Nov. 30, 2019
Green Friday: Salt River Cleanup Scott Bourque Nov. 30, 2019
Thanksgiving Dinner Will Cost More This Year Scott Bourque Nov. 25, 2019
2 Arizonans Hospitalized In E. Coli Outbreak Scott Bourque Nov. 25, 2019
Ironman Triathlon Will Restrict Traffic In Tempe Scott Bourque Nov. 24, 2019
145 Adoptions Finalized During National Adoption Day Scott Bourque Nov. 24, 2019
Q&AZ: How Did Tempe Get Its Name? Scott Bourque Nov. 18, 2019
Yarnell Hotshots Monument Celebrates Youth, Vibrancy Scott Bourque Nov. 17, 2019
Pima Deputy Seen Tackling, Pinning Down Teen Quadruple Amputee Scott Bourque Nov. 15, 2019
Phoenix Sikh Community Donates 550 Trees To City Scott Bourque Nov. 10, 2019
AZ County Declares Itself 'Second Amendment Sanctuary' Scott Bourque Nov. 9, 2019

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