Valley Watch

Jun 12, 2012, 4:50 PM | Updated: Aug 21, 2017, 11:30 am


The program focuses on timely, relevant, public safety topics and information. The goal is to keep you better informed about what the Phoenix Fire Department and its community partners are doing to effectively respond to emergencies & help you be safer.

Your host is Captain Reda Bigler of the Phoenix Fire Department. Past hosts of this long-running program include Shelly Jamison, Russ Kirk, Doug Mummert, Todd Harms and Bob Khan.

Shows include educational and historical perspectives along with real-life stories about our family helping yours. Valley Watch is a public service program presented by the Bonneville Broadcasting Corporation and these stations. So please set the alarm, wake the rooster, put on the coffee, and tune in to join us!

If you miss any program, they are available here as a podcast or through the KTAR App.

Stay safe out there!

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