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.
With over 9 million job openings, one resort in Arizona is trying to lure potential job seekers to join its ranks
A single Phoenix mother cannot find affordable housing and is turning to social media for help.
A housing analyst says the Phoenix housing market is cooling down. She's noticing more homes on the market as well as prices dropping.
With programs and resources to help the homeless it continues to impact the Arizona community as homeless people seek shelter at bus stops and light rail stations.
Parts of Flagstaff have had to deal with flooding, two years after the Museum Fire burned in the area. Burn scars left by the fire are causing some major problems.
Phoenix Police say they have arrested a man in connection with a dog attack that killed a 77-year-old woman during the morning hours of July 6. The dogs have been euthanized by animal control.
The Phoenix Suns have defeated the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Meanwhile, Suns Fever is sweeping the Valley, as Suns fans gather to support a team that is returning to the finals for the first time since 1993.
"The fire is under investigation but preliminary findings show that improperly discarded fireworks were most certainly the cause of the fire," the department said.
A Valley woman says power companies' disconnection rules aren't doing enough to protect their customers and prevent indoor heat deaths.
Summer is typically a slow season for tourism in the Phoenix metro area, but not this year. FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.