Ron Hoon, anchor for the Phoenix FOX 10 Morning Show, photographed at the FOX 10 Studios in Phoenix, by Nicki Escudero

Ron Hoon, anchor for the Phoenix FOX 10 Morning Show, photographed at the FOX 10 Studios in Phoenix, by Nicki Escudero

Ron Hoon, anchor for the Phoenix FOX 10 Morning Show, photographed at the FOX 10 Studios in Phoenix, by Nicki Escudero

Ron Hoon, anchor for the Phoenix FOX 10 Morning Show, photographed at the FOX 10 Studios in Phoenix, by Nicki Escudero

3 thoughts on “Ron Hoon, anchor for the Phoenix FOX 10 Morning Show, photographed at the FOX 10 Studios in Phoenix, by Nicki Escudero

  1. Good morning Ron. I just saw ur piece on the WalMart fire. U said the guys fist-bumped cuz they were possibly celebrating. I don’t think that’s the case. I think they just happened to run into one another @ the store n were just saying “hi” to each other. It’s a “homie” greeting. U can see the 4 persons of interest r leaving as the other 1 is coming in from the opposite direction (from the entrance area). How could he have have known if he was just walking in n the others were walking out from the other end of the store?

  2. Ron,
    This is Miles Tate, formerly of the Skagit Valley. That train derailment is near Dupont and is a major part of the commute to Joint Fort Lewis/McChord which has had an extremely large increase in population in the last couple of years. Many of the soldiers and airmen live anywhere between Olympia and Tacoma.

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