PAYSON, Ariz. (KSAZ) - Even wildlife has American pride!
A photo captured by JJ and Jeri DeCola shows an elk in Payson staring up at the American flag!
GLENDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- A Glendale couple will soon celebrate a milestone few other couples can claim they have celebrated.
Family members of Charlie and Emily Cox say the couple will celebrate their 80th wedding anniversary on Friday, March 22. The day has another special meaning for Emily, who will also celebrate her 98th birthday.
Charlie, according to family members, is 100.5 years old. He once worked on the Titan missiles, and has been retired now for just over half a century. The couple has a son and daughter, six grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Court documents have provided more details surrounding charges filed against a man accused of sexually assaulting a sedated female patient at a pain treatment center in North Scottsdale.
According to a statement released Wednesday afternoon by Scottsdale Police, 38-year-old Xavier Uziel Perez was arrested in connection with an incident at Integrated Pain Consultants on the 9500 block of Ironwood Square Drive, which happened on June 25, 2018.
According to court documents released Thursday, the victim reported the incident on the day it happened. The victim, who was not identified, said she was at the clinic for a steroid shot in her backside for leg pain she was having. The incident took place during a second visit to the pain treatment center, and the victim said as she was coming out of a sedated state, she could feel the medical tech pull his hand or fingers from her private area.
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- From rain, to hail, and a whole lot of snow, it was definitely a wet, wild and cold winter in Arizona.
Many will remember the " Snowpocalypse " that transformed Flagstaff into a winter wonderland.
"Back on February 21, they had their greatest one-day snowfall ever on record. 35.9 inches, that goes back to 1898," said Larry Hopper with the National Weather Service. "They also had 115 inches so far since October 1, which puts it 13th ever on record, and 6th in the last four years."