A young woman locked up for nearly nine months and counting is accused of assault with body fluids or spitting on an officer.
The family of a man who died after being taken into custody by Phoenix Police is speaking out. They feel officers did not follow procedures. Police have also released the body camera footage.
A new study suggests that birth control pills and depression may be linked.
President Trump has signed a bill that allocates $1.8 billion in funding to help people on the autism spectrum.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety has issued a Silver Alert for a missing 14-year-old girl with autism.
As the work marks World Suicide Prevention Day on Tuesday, a Valley mom has made it her mission to prevent youth suicide.
One person dies by suicide every 40 seconds, according to figures by the World Health Organization.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission wants to make the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline easier to reach with a new “988” number in place of the current 10-digit number, 800-273-TALK (8255).
There has been a lot of talk about mass shootings, gun control, mental health and what can be done to stop these terrible scenes. Sen. McSally has sponsored a bill that would make domestic terrorism its own federal crime. She stopped by the FOX 10 studios to talk about the bill, red flag laws and the 2020 senate race against Mark Kelly.
Goodyear police say charges have been filed against a bus driver after a non-verbal teen autistic teen was left inside a bus for several hours.
A man with mental health issues is accused of fatally stabbing his mother with a sword Sunday in northwest suburban Park Ridge.
Odysea is now the first autism certified aquarium in Arizona. The facility gives the best possible experience for children with autism or sensory disabilities.
FOX 10's John Hook talks to Dr. Gail Gross about her new book which redefines grieving, The Only Way Out is Through: A Ten-Step Journey from Grief to Wholeness, which tells the story of a mother’s sudden loss of a child and the impact on the family as a whole.
At Saturday's toy giveaway event, police officers met with children and handed out presents. They also raised awareness about mental health and how to go about handling those suffering from the illness.