A Valley mother behind the company Sockabu has come up with an unusual design on fun socks for toddlers that is now available for purchase at Target. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen has the story.
It was at the age of 13, Robert Guidry fell in love with cutting hair, first his brother and then others. It wasn’t until he served in the Marines during the Vietnam War did he realize even more the importance of a good cut.
The pandemic led to massive job losses across the country and a man who was laid off decided to start a nonprofit to help others and their unruly yards who are disabled or come from underprivileged communities.
Paddleboarding has resumed at Tempe Town Lake after an algae bloom was taken care of. It was previously brought to a halt around Labor Day weekend.
Azukar Coffee in Phoenix along Central Avenue was forced to shut its doors after the COVID-19 pandemic, along with light rail construction, took a toll on the small business.
Mesa sporting goods store, Bear Mountain, is getting creative after a fire forced them out of their building. They set up shop outside, for now, as they raise money to rebuild.
Scottsdale company Live Bearded is not only a men's grooming company but it's also helped many form a brotherhood some couldn't find anywhere else.
Feeling the pandemic's impact, Toasted Mallow in the East Valley keeps its door closed some days because it doesn't have enough staff.
FOX 10's Tom Fergus checks out Dos Chris in Phoenix where an Arizona couple is using their culinary creativity to make incredible charcuterie boards and pastries.
FOX 10's Steve Nielsen checks out a new business in Phoenix, Infinity Sweets Bakery.
Despite the Phoenix Suns losing the NBA Finals, they won over the love of Valley businesses because they brought much-needed financial relief after being hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Currently, the Can Clean Pros service is offered in Peoria, Surprise, El Mirage, Glendale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Avondale, Estrella, Tolleson and Waddell.
A Chandler company is prepping to make thousands of T-shirts for the Phoenix Suns' anticipated win in the NBA Finals.
FOX 10's Cory McCloskey checks out Kähvi Coffee and Cafe, which is opening on July 12 near Central Avenue and Roosevelt in Phoenix.
Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2906 on Friday, which prevents government entities from requiring employees to undergo training that would suggest that they are “inherently racist, sexist or oppressive."
The Phoenix Suns have been the topic of conversation lately, and all that excitement over Phoenix's NBA team is translating into some positive benefits for the entire Valley. FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez reports.
Westin Smith founded Lux Longboards while he was a student at Grand Canyon University. He now sells several kinds of longboards, even one that goes up to 30 mph.
Businesses in downtown Phoenix and just outside of it are seeing a major boom in business after the COVID-19 pandemic as more people are out and about celebrating the Suns making the NBA Finals.
The Deer District is expected to be packed during the NBA Finals, with fans of the Milwaukee Bucks flooding Fiserv Forum for what's been expanded into two watch parties, one inside the arena and one outside on the plaza.
Polar Bear's Pop Culture Shop is a new shop in Tempe offering collectibles and - of course - all things pop culture. FOX 10 photojournalist Brian Kae reports.