The President of the Arizona Education Association says state officials are not consulting with educators in a way that they should, as the state sees another big increase in COVID-19 cases.
The 'Full House' star will serve her two-month sentence for her role in the college admissions bribery scandal at a prison in Dublin, California.
Kids at the YMCA are learning about the importance of democracy by participating in mock elections. FOX 10 was live at the Christown YMCA with more.
Stadiums are not packed during 2020's football season due to COVID-19, but that doesn't mean fans can't show up, in another format.
Testing for COVID-19 could be as simple as a swish and gargle in the future.
This is the first Bay Area school to be named after Michele Obama.
Key losses on defense, including three key transfers, and a new group of coaches have turned what should have been a strength into a question mark heading into Sumlin’s third season in Tucson.
The Sun Devils will not only have to hit the ground running during the Pac-12′s pandemic-shortened season, they’ll have to adjust to new schemes on both sides of the ball without the benefit of spring football.
According to a Facebook post from the school district on Oct. 28, the decision to close the school is based on the number of students who have been in direct contact with the person who tested positive for the virus.
ON Semiconductor is partnering with AZ Students Recycling Used Technology (AZ StRUT) to accept electronic waste donations on Oct. 28 that will eventually be recycled, refurbished and given to Arizona schools in need.
In March 2020, when COVID-19 began closing schools, 57 percent of state parents supported the idea of distance learning, according to a similar poll. That number has dropped 22 points, with only 35 percent of parents rating their child's experience with distance learning as "successful."
University of Arizona coach Sean Miller was reportedly heard on an FBI wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment to future No. 1 overall NBA pick Deandre Ayton in 2018.
Madison School District officials say due to a number of COVID-19 cases at one of its middle schools, students and staff members will have to quarantine themselves.
A Volusia County student is suing his school after he says he was punished for a display showing support for President Donald Trump.
The teen, Jacob Robieson, lives in Maryland, where in-person learning is not taking place due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. FOX 10's Irene Snyder reports.
The Assistance League of Phoenix is resuming Operation School Bell, an initiative to provide Valley students in need with clothes and other essential needs.
We're nearly two months into the school year and for many local school districts there seems to be no end in sight to virtual learning.
A team from Arizona State University is working with the city of Phoenix on a pilot program studying the use of “cool pavement” to reduce heat island effect, a phenomenon that raises temperatures in urban areas covered by asphalt and concrete.
A football player with an NFL team is crediting a Phoenix teacher for helping him, from the time he came to the U.S. from Africa as a refugee.
The Be Kind People Project, a nonprofit advocating for positive social change in schools, is unveiling a new mobile classroom in Phoenix that will travel meet kids and teachers in underserved communities.