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!
In a world that relies on technology more than ever right now, when Microsoft and some of its widely used tools, like email, went out, it caused issues.
A push to legalize recreational marijuana is facing new opposition. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
A man has been arrested for trying to obtain nude photos and videos from women and young girls online.
A used car dealership owner in Tempe has been indicted for fraud and theft by allegedly ripping off banks and car buyers.
The state trooper who shot and killed Dion Johnson will not face charges, and only one officer was charged for wanton endangerment in the Breonna Taylor case.
Arizona Gov. Ducey will provide the latest news on COVID-19 testing in the state alongside ASU, UA and NAU officials at 3:15 p.m. on Sept. 24.
Tempe police officer Ronald Kerzaya held Trevonyae Cumpian at gunpoint while searching for a white suspect at a hotel on Aug. 29.
Phoenix Police will no longer be used as school resource officers for Phoenix Union. The district will focus on mental and emotional wellness.
Police are investigating a case of animal cruelty after six dead dogs were found outside a Casa Grande home and 90 dogs were found living inside the residence.
Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel announced she will not file criminal charges in connection to the shooting death of Dion Johnson, whose death sparked protests and marches against police violence in Phoenix.