Art Rascon is the recipient of 21 Television Emmys and more than three dozen other National and local reporting awards from press clubs in Houston, Los Angeles, and Miami, including two Edward R. Murrow awards.
Art began his career in Provo, UT and in 1993 joined CBS News as a national correspondent covering such events as the Oklahoma City bombing, Peru’s hostage standoff and numerous national disasters around the world. During his time at CBS News he interviewed such tyrants as Manuel Noriega and Daniel Ortega.
In 1998 Art joined KTRK, the ABC affiliate in Houston, Texas where he served as an anchor and reporter of numerous Emmy Award winning TV specials and documentaries. While at KTRK, Art covered 3 Papal elections in Rome and served as the lead producer/correspondent on the terror attacks in New York City.
Art also held anchor and reporter jobs in San Antonio, El Paso, Abilene and Los Angeles during his nearly 40-year career.
Art holds degrees from BYU-Idaho and BYU-Provo and is fluent in both English and Spanish.