Linda Williams joined the FOX 10 News team in 1981.
Linda 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.
Williams began her broadcast career in 1979 at the PBS station here in Phoenix. In 1981, she joined FOX 10 News. She worked her way up from tape editor to general assignment reporter to news anchor.
A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Williams moved to Phoenix in 1973. Linda graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1981.
Linda enjoys watching her two children grow, tracking the stock market and traveling. Linda is involved in various contest events, from reading to classes at Valley schools and encouraging young people to seek a career in Broadcast Journalism.
Robert Fisher is wanted for the murder of his wife and children in 2001. 20 years later, the search for the murder suspect is ongoing, with both FBI and people outside law enforcement involved in the search, FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.
One business owner says with added Federal unemployment money and stimulus checks, would-be workers are scarce, even if he is paying $15 in minimum wage.
As the number of unaccompanied minors surges across the southern border, the federal government is being forced to get creative with where to house them.
A group of Republican lawmakers traveled to the Mexico border on March 15 to call out the Biden administration over what they describe as a humanitarian crisis, but the administration says they have it under control and have brought in FEMA to help.
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Currently, there are three time periods where fireworks use by average consumers is allowed in Arizona, within certain limits.
A local economic expert says jobs are on the rise in the Valley after thousands lost their sources of revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arizonans aren't planning their New Year's Eve as usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some businesses are still trying to attract customers by taking precautions.