Kevin Adger

Kevin Adger

Tucson

Kevin Adger joined KOLD News 13 in April 2010.

Before coming to the Old Pueblo, Kevin worked at KTVK just up Interstate 10 in Phoenix. He started as a writer for Good Morning Arizona in November 2006. In February 2008, he worked his way up to associate producer of GMAZ. In August 2009, Kevin helped with the launch of 3TV's high school sports show, the Varsity Zone. He reported live from football and basketball games and did various stories on high school athletes in the Valley of the Sun.

Kevin received his degree in television broadcasting from Barton College in Wilson, N.C. During his last year of school, he co-anchored and reported for a community show for the school's station WEDT. When his days of playing basketball for the Bulldogs were over, Kevin was the color analyst for the games that were broadcast locally.

Some of his internships include working for Top 40 radio station KISS 95.7 in Connecticut and Fox Sports Net Pittsburgh, where he helped with the coverage of the Pittsburgh Steelers and The University of Pittsburgh football and basketball teams.

Kevin is an East Coast guy that loves the desert weather, including the 100-degree days of the summer. He was born in Bloomfield, CT, which is a suburb of the capitol, Hartford.

In his spare time, Kevin loves playing basketball, watching or attending sporting events, riding his motorcycle and playing with his children and pets.

Contact Kevin

Email: kadger@kold.com


Recent Articles by Kevin

  ADOT studying ways to improve east-side access to downtown

  Phone scam targets veterans

Renovations complete; tournaments now a possibility for Randolph handball courts

  PCSD: Home burglary suspects take off on bikes

  Downtown business groups collecting coats

PACC installs fence to protect animals

  PCSD initiative aims to improve safety at major intersections

Home on NW side haunting for hunger

  Halloween safety tips from AZ poison center

  Grant helps schools fight flu

  Tucson police collecting Halloween costumes

Group completes, opens welcoming space for at-risk youth

  Union holds resource fairs for striking ASARCO mine workers

  PCSD: $1,200 shopping spree charged to stolen credit cards

  AMO team in Sierra Vista helps secure border

Amado salon owner helping community with jacket drive

  TUSD dedicates week to bullying prevention

  PCSD: Suspect displays gun during robbery

  Tucson Meet Yourself needs volunteers

Groups break ground on housing for homeless veterans

  Vandalism at Little Free Library brings community together

  Drivers warned to watch for sun glare

  Tucson woman warns of social media scams

  Southern Arizona VA campus going smoke free

  Tucson begins biweekly recycling collection

  Tucson Greek Fest celebrates 45 years

  Tucson adding bicycle boulevards

UPDATE: Confirmed tornado leaves damage, power outages near Willcox

  PCSD: Suspect steals purse, uses stolen credit cards

  Community gets peek at electric and self-driving cars