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.
A Phoenix radio and television personality shared some of his best memories with rapper DMX, following news that the rap legend died at the age of 50.
While the MLB pulled the All-Star game out of Georgia over its new voting laws, we're looking at similar efforts in Arizona and the pushback that's coming with it.
As more and more people are now vaccinated against COVID-19, care facilities are ready to welcome visitors once again, albeit with restrictions.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was met with reporters on Wednesday eager to ask questions about topics unrelated to what the actual event was about in Pinal County.
Spring Training 2021 took place amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and officials in Surprise found a high-tech way to help keep visitors safe from COVID-19 and other illnesses.
A shooting in West Phoenix that left four people dead, including the suspect, has left a family in mourning, as well as a community in shock.
Three men and a woman are dead after a Phoenix shooting on the night of March 16 near 65th Avenue and Camelback Road. A fifth victim is going to survive their injuries, police say.
Several explosions were set off on Wednesday in Pinal County. Why? A training exercise called the "Raven's Challenge" was put on by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
2020 was a tough year for many food vendors due to the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but they are looking forward to 2021's Spring Training season as a way to catch up.
An American Airlines pilot was left perplexed after seeing a cylindrical object flying overhead during a flight from Ohio to Arizona on Feb. 21.