After spending five years in the Florida panhandle covering news and politics, Matt Galka headed west for Phoenix.
Matt spent three years at Capitol News Service in Tallahassee, FL covering state politics and everything else Florida threw at him. Before that, he spent two years at WCTV in Florida’s capital city where he covered everything from crime to courts to sports.
Matt is a huge sports fan and former walk-on football player for Syracuse University. He’s a proud Orange alum but also cheers for the Quinnipiac University Bobcats where he got his Master’s degree.
You can usually find Matt outside enjoying the sun with his dog, Bella, or at a sporting event. He’s happy to be a new resident of the Valley and looks forward to seeing everything it has to offer!
As he grapples with unimaginable tragedy, the husband of the man killed in Monday's shooting at a staffing business in Glendale spoke with FOX 10's Matt Galka about his husband.
A woman's sense of security is shaken after her family's home was burglarized while away. Family heirlooms and personal information was taken, and the suspect is still on the run.
The search resumed Thursday for a 6-year-old girl missing since being swept away in a rural Arizona creek during a rainstorm.
The fight continues over a proposed increase in ridesharing fees at Sky Harbor.
The trial for a man charged in the shooting of a Department of Public Safety trooper is now underway. Ramon Bueno is accused of shooting trooper James Casey during a traffic stop in 2014.
The tragic deaths of two children after being swept away by floodwaters have put a lot of eyes on Tonto Creek.
Authorities are resuming the search for a 6-year-old Arizona girl who was among three children swept away in raging creek waters.
It's considered one of the most popular homes in the Valley during the holiday season, with the home of Christmas Lee being decorated with more than 250,000 lights. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
As controversy surrounds a superintendent being put on leave and budget issues mount, parents packed a Mesa Public Schools meeting.
Parents of Mesa Public Schools students are looking for answers during a Tuesday meeting, amidst ongoing controversy over school district governance.