Good Morning Arizona Anchor
September 18, 2019, was a day Scott Pasmore will always remember because it was his 30th anniversary at Arizona's Family. He's one of a few across the country to stay at one station for that long and says the reason is simple: it truly is Arizona's family.
Scott grew up in Kansas but absolutely loves Arizona. He spent the first five years at 3TV reporting on the streets, then moved to the anchor chair a few months after Good Morning Arizona was launched. He has sat on the desk ever since.
Scott has covered many important stories over the years, including winning an Emmy for his coverage of the Los Angeles riots. He covered the O.J. Simpson trial, the Oklahoma City Bombing and has traveled the country covering politics and breaking news stories.
One of his favorite stories was spending the night on the Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier in the Atlantic Ocean and reporting on Arizona sailors working onboard the carrier. Scott also had the pleasure of flying in an F-16 out of Luke Air Force base, as well as with the Blue Angels in a F/A-18 Hornet.
He also tends to be a daredevil and is known for doing crazy things on live TV. He proved that by riding a bull on Good Morning Arizona. Unfortunately, he tore his bicep during the ride and had to undergo surgery to repair it!
In his spare time, Scott also builds and remodels homes and enjoys flying his airplane.
Join Scott with the rest of the Good Morning Arizona's family weekday mornings.