FOX 10's Tom Fergus checks out Jalapeño Inferno located near 99th and Northern Avenues in Peoria. More information at jalapenoinferno.com
Arizona Ballroom Champions, a dance studio in Tempe, won a $20,000 studio makeover. More information at azballroom.com
Phoenix non-profit organization Esperança will be donating over $500,000 worth of medical supplies to Samaritan Aviation, which will use the donated supplies to provide medical services to remote areas in Papua New Guinea. www.esperanca.org
One of the men reportedly pointed a gun at the employee and the other acted as a lookout.
A special event to bring awareness and acceptance to those living with Down syndrome is happening this weekend at Tempe Diablo Stadium. For more information, visit https://www.sharingds.org/sharing-walk/
Eight malls across the metro Phoenix area are accepting food donations on Sept. 26 from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. to benefit St. Mary's Food Bank and United Food Bank.
The Arizona State Fair may be closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn't mean you can't get some of the delicious fair food! More information: https://azstatefair.com/drivethrufairfood/
Costco opened in Surprise near Waddell Road and Sarival Avenue on Sept. 24, making shopping wholesale much more convenient for residents in the area.
Scottsdale police are searching for a suspect accused of stealing a $4,000 Marc Jacobs dress from My Sister's Closet, a local consignment store.
FOX 10 was live at Sparkle Bar in Scottsdale to learn about the latest eye makeup trends to make your eyes pop while wearing masks.
The Ronald McDonald house located near Third Street and Thomas Road is getting a mini makeover. Officials say about 20 of the rooms where families are hosted are getting interior design makeovers. Sherwin Williams is providing the paint and labor for the makeovers for free.
FOX 10's Anita Roman checks out a new operation in the Valley that is helping the homeless with showers and laundry. More information: https://cloudcoveredstreets.org/about/
Going through a tough situation while still earning a degree? The GK Legacy Foundation can help.
Vim + Vigor Candle Co, an Arizona-based candle company, is now selling fragrant face mask spray amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even though the Arizona State Fair won't be happening this year because of the pandemic, fair organizers are keeping its spirit alive with a free drive-thru food fair.
AJ's, Food City and Basha's locations across the Valley are offering flu shots to the public through the end of the year.
American Discount Foods in Mesa offers fresh produce without breaking the bank. FOX 10 photojournalist Tom Fergus went to check out their deals.
The Postal Service is now hiring at multiple locations in the Valley and pay starts at $17 per hour. For more information, visit http://usps.com/careers.
This year has been devastating for the West Coast with wildfires burning thousands of homes and at the same time, the Gulf Coast is dealing with hurricanes. The Red Cross answers the call for help with all of these disasters and now they need more help. redcross.org
After weeks of COVID-19 numbers trending down in Arizona, more Valley schools are reopening for in-person learning. Mesa is one of those districts and Superintendent Dr. Andi Fourlis spoke to FOX 10's Steve Nielsen about the district's return to in-person learning.