Arambulo is an Emmy award winning journalist who anchors Good Day Saturday &
Good Day Sunday.
Adrian joined Fox 4 in 2007. In 2010, he won an Emmy award for best on-camera live reporter and was nominated again in 2011. He also won an Emmy for Breaking News coverage, and Electronic Media awards, during his time at KLAS in Las Vegas. His work was recognized by the Texas Associated Press while he was at KGBT in the Rio Grande Valley, where he served as the Bureau Chief in Brownsville.
Adrian covered the Ft. Hood Shooting Massacre and the arrests of terror suspects, accused of plotting to bomb a Dallas skyscraper and President George W Bush's home. He was out in the massive ice storm during the week of Super Bowl XLV and was stationed on the Gulf Coast during Ike and other hurricanes. He filed reports from inside a Mexican prison during an inmate riot and from a Coast Guard vessel at sea. He was in San Francisco and St. Louis for the Texas Rangers' World Series runs and kicked off coverage of the Dallas Mavericks' NBA Championship parade. He's even reported from inside Cowboys Stadium's giant videoboard.
Adrian is originally from Chicago, Illinois. He was an intern at Fox News Channel. He graduated from Loyola University Chicago with honors. He served as News Director for the school's radio station and wrote for the campus newspaper, and walked on the school's golf team.
He is still a crazy fan of Chicago sports teams. He enjoys traveling, exercising, photography, "playing golf poorly, donating money at poker tables, and over-eating."