Motorcyclist arrested in AZ for going 150+ mph, DPS says

DPS troopers are sharing details of a recent "reckless speeding" arrest. A motorcyclist was stopped near Cottonwood after radar showed him going 151 mph in a 65 mph zone. They impounded his vehicle, arrested the driver and charged him with criminal speeding and reckless driving.

Hundreds attend Scottsdale's 'dinner-time burglaries' town hall

A town hall on Feb. 27 was held at Highlands Church on Pinnacle Peak Road to update residents on the latest of this investigation. The police chief was there along with a crime prevention officer to offer tips on steps people can take to try and avoid being a victim of these burglars. FOX 10's Lindsey Ragas has more.

'Dinner-time burglaries': 3 people indicted

The Maricopa County Attorney's Office announced on Feb. 27 a number of indictments in connection with a Phoenix home burglary. The group, according to a statement, is 'thought to be a part of a larger transnational South American criminal organization operating in the United States.'

Joel Osteen church shooting: Body cam released

Authorities have released body camera footage capturing the dramatic events that unfolded at the Lakewood Church shooting on February 11. The incident resulted in the death of the suspect, Genessee Moreno, 36, and left two individuals injured, including her 7-year-old son and a 47-year-old man.

New MCSO sheriff gives update on deadly hit-and-run

Lisa Mancuso, 42, was running near 7th Avenue and Cloud Road in New River when she was hit by a truck. Mancuso later died at the hospital. The driver fled the scene after the collision. Newly-appointed Maricopa County Sheriff Russ Skinner says the truck is registered to a member of law enforcement. Skinner says the owner has been cooperative, but no arrests have been made. "What people need to understand is that we get enough evidence and process that evidence and work with the county attorney to have a conviction," Skinner said. "It's not about an arrest, it's about the conviction."

California seizes record 62,000 pounds of fentanyl

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Tuesday that operations supported by the California National Guard have resulted in the record seizure of 62,224 pounds of fentanyl in 2023, valued at about $649 million.