Cameron Polom, KNXV

Cameron Polom

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Recent articles by Cameron:

High school senior hoping to raise $50k in 50 days for cancer research

As part of the Basha High Schoolers Senior Project, one student using her social media skills, as well as some good old-fashion cold calling, to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. → Read More

Arizona family grateful this year for their own Christmas 'miracle'

Little Luka Kemp is six days old and already filling — and healing — the hearts of his family. → Read More

11-year-old Valley boy defies odds, heads to college next year

While other kids his age are hoping to make the middle school basketball team, Monty Hernandez is preparing to enter his freshman year of college. → Read More

Special visit from choir leads to Valley woman with Alzheimer's singing along

A Valley woman living with Alzheimer's who has a love for music surprised her loved ones after a special visit from a choir. → Read More

13-year-old Valley boy has wish fulfilled while facing terminal diagnosis

A 13-year-old Valley boy living with a terminal diagnosis had his wish fulfilled and hit the race track Monday. → Read More

Donation drive, car show to help homeless community at Mesa venue

For the second year in a row, he is organizing an event called Hoodies for the Homeless. Inspired to make a difference by his mother who found herself homeless after being shot in the head during an armed robbery, Sean says she was never the same. → Read More

Teens deliver 400 pairs of new shoes to underserved students in Chandler

Seventeen-year-old Sam Bregman with the Bregman chapter of Shoes That Fit is orchestrating a heartfelt giveaway at San Marcos Elementary School Friday. → Read More

Costs leading to potential long-term care crisis for aging and sick adults

In 2016, Jean Norris-Wilhelm, a long-time math teacher, received a devastating diagnosis. At just 55 years old, doctors revealed she had early-onset Alzheimers. → Read More

How an Arizona community is supporting an 8-year-old boy

Like most eight-year-old boys, Brayden Powell plays video games, loves Disneyland, and of course, exploring the world with his brothers and sister. → Read More

Valley hot sauce company Big Red's named to Forbes' next 1,000 list

Big Red's Hot Sauce is a homegrown business, built literally from the ground up ten years earlier in owner Paul Fords garden. → Read More

Playwrights rewriting some of Shakespeare's works for modern times

Dr. Espinosa and others from the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance studies, are tweaking some of Shakespeare's greatest works to make them more relatable to today's audiences. → Read More

Phoenix Veterans Day Parade returns in November after a year off

Following a year off due to the ongoing pandemic, the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade is back in action next month. The Grand Marshals for this year's parade include seven Valley veterans representing every major conflict since World War II. → Read More

City budget establishes new office aimed at tackling climbing temperatures

In 2020, by all measurements, Arizona experienced its hottest summer ever. The City of Phoenix saw a record 50 days with temperatures 110 degrees or higher. Phoenix also saw a record of 145 days of 100 degrees or more. And, an average high of 110 degrees in august, yes, another record. → Read More

Valley seniors create diaper cakes for new parents in need

A group of west Valley seniors is combining creativity and compassion to make a big difference in the lives of families trying to make ends meet. → Read More

Valley bakery battered by pandemic in need of help

Before the sun rises, the lights click on at Cupcakesters Bakery in Mesa. Bringing with it the morning ballet of a family-run business readying for the day. → Read More

ASU designs exoskeletons for US military

Over eight weeks, aerial porters at Travis Air Force Base got a taste of superhuman strength thanks to a device designed by Arizona State University Scientists. → Read More

Reunited again: Arizona Diamondbacks help return lost stuffed animal to young Arizona fan

Yes, this story has a happy ending, but to fully understand the moment, you have to go back a few weeks to a kid's birthday party and a baseball game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Seattle Mariners. → Read More

Valley artist offering free comic book class to kids with autism and special needs

Valley comic creator and artist Yvonne Wan is using comic books to inspire children with autism and other disabilities to see more in themselves. → Read More

Fisherman bags potential record-breaking 80-pound catfish in Parker, Arizona

Fishermen always talk about the one that got away but two anglers casting their lines in the Parker area over the weekend didn’t let a potentially record-breaking catch out of their grasp. → Read More

'Sprinkle Squad' delivers thousands of birthday cakes to Arizona foster children

Volunteer bakers dubbed the Sprinkle Squad are hungry to deliver joy to foster children and at-risk youth across the Valley. → Read More