Brian Webb joined FOX 10 News in May 2019. He co-anchors the weekend editions of FOX 10 News broadcasts - Saturdays and Sundays from 5 pm to 6 pm and 9 pm to 10:30 pm.
Brian worked for KPIX in San Francisco and CBS News in New York City after covering the news in the Valley for seven years, from 2006 until 2013.
In his 20 year career, Brian has served as an embedded reporter in Bosnia, reported from Washington, DC after the 911 terror attacks and more recently covered the 2016 presidential campaigns in New York.
But his favorite stories are about giving a voice to everyday men and women who are facing struggles and reaching goals.
Brian grew up in Newton, KS, then earned a basketball scholarship to Regis University in Denver, CO.
He and his wife are glad to be back in the Valley of the sun close to friends and family.
The Phoenix Suns are hoping the Valley fever never broke, as it heads into Game 1 of a new NBA season following a history-making run for the NBA title.
Al Lopez, 90, has been a barber for decades, and he is not calling it quits anytime soon.
Police are responding to a plane crash near McQueen and Queen Creek Roads in Chandler on Friday.
Don Porter was inspecting a house when he stumbled across a lot of money that was wrapped in a grocery sack. Instead of pocketing, Porter decided to do the right thing.
After a massive fire tore through a Phoenix recycling yard in June 2021, there's been a major change in how the city is bringing businesses into compliance. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.
Dysart Unified School District is using a high-tech air cleaner as an extra layer of protection against COVID-19 in its schools.
Workers in Maricopa County are setting traps to test mosquitoes for West Nile. Meanwhile, companies are getting more and more calls about mosquitoes.
"Parents have worked tirelessly over the past year and a half to keep their kids on track," Ducey said in a statement. "Parents are in the driver’s seat, and it’s their right to make decisions that best fit the needs of their children."
Arizona man Daryl Vaughn says getting the COVID-19 booster shot was a "no-brainer" because he has battled several severe health ailments and didn't want the virus to be another one.
Here in the Valley, performers and venues are trying to strike the right chord when it comes to putting on a show and doing it safely. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.