Stella Inger is an Emmy-nominated news anchor and reporter who is currently enjoying life in The Valley of the Sun.
Joining Arizona's family in March 2012, the Southern California gal is part of Arizona's No. 1 rated morning show, "Good Morning! Arizona." You can catch her anchoring and reporting weekday mornings, 4:30 a.m.-10 a.m., and when she's not on air, she'll still keeping you updated on Twitter and Facebook.
Prior to her position at KTVK, Inger was a morning anchor for KPSP (CBS) in Palm Springs, Calif. For three consecutive years, she was named Best TV Personality in the Desert by The Desert Sun, a local newspaper.
Her time in the desert earned her two Emmy nominations -- one in 2010, for her anchoring on the morning show and the first in 2007 for her investigative reporting on Americans converting to Islam post 9/11.
In September 2010 and 2011, Inger co-hosted the Chabad Telethon on KTLA alongside many celebrities, including Larry King, Oscar winner Jon Voight and actor Tom Arnold.
After graduating from University of Southern California, Inger began her career in broadcast journalism at KXLF in Butte/Bozeman, Mont. During her time in the Big Sky Country, she covered various stories, the most memorable being an interview with American daredevil Evel Knievel.
Although Inger in no longer a quick two-hour drive away from her family in Encino, Calif., her transition from one desert to the next has been easy.
During her free time, she loves exploring the hiking trails in Arizona with her baby, Chloe, a rescued terrier-cocker spaniel mix, practicing yoga and cooking. Inger also has passion for giving back to the community, especially the animal community.