Kevin Adger

Kevin Adger


Kevin Adger joined Tucson News Now 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.

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Recent Articles by Kevin

  Tucson teens learn about food production at farm camp

  Students can create their own show at Musical Theatre Camp

  Fair housing council gets 2 HUD grants

  PACC looks to reunite owners with pets after busy post-holiday weekend

  People from 19 countries became U.S. citizens during naturalization ceremony at Saguaro National Park

  Specialized program gives military, first responders needed help

UPDATE: Supervisors approve plan for bike ranch near Saguaro National Park East

  Sonoita church opens food bank

  Deputies looking for suspect in fight caught on camera

  Improvements coming to Randolph handball courts

Family applies to name softball fields after late star

  State attorney general warns of employment scams

  New county website to help with mental health, addiction

DTAP graduates’ path to success begins with walk across stage

  Ex-Sabino Coach fights back against allegations that lost him baseball championship

Crews begin paving roads around UA Honors Village

  Camp Invention offers STEM enrichment for 6th, 7th graders

  Tucson man sent to Missouri after tornadoes, diverted to help Arkansas flood victims

  The Longhorn in Amado is back open

  Program changes lives for Tucson kids

Amado driver upset about checkpoint search, blames marijuana grow operation

  Law enforcement takes zero-tolerance approach for seat-belt violations during safety campaign

  AZ firefighters warn of fraud calls

  Scammed Nogales chef back in kitchen

  Prevention Week: Helping veterans face their addiction

  Marana PD receives $85,000 in grants

  Game and Fish catching fishing violators

  Nogales council considers distracted driving ordinance

  Pima county searches for robbery suspect

  UA equestrian rider heading to Nationals