On Thursday, students from a Phoenix high school were up bright and early to represent justice and freedom, ahead of MLK Day.
A Sioux Falls company has awarded holiday bonuses its 120 employees likely won’t forget.
The holidays are always a popular time for engagements and a lot of couples are planning weddings for this year. We're taking a look at the biggest wedding gown and flower trends with Kim Horn, a Master Bridal Consultant at Arizona Bridal Source.
Plenty of shoppers are expected to be out on Thursday, but they may be the ones who are returning items.
A group of adorable dogs with special needs played in the snow during the holiday season.
Many local shelters reported an uptick in surrendered animals after the holidays, but national organizations say that gifted animals don't pose a higher risk of abandonment.
A waitress in Alpena, Mich. got a $2,020 tip as part of the trending 2020 Tip Challenge.
Little Zoé was born at 12:30 a.m. on New Year's Day at Banner University Medical Center in Phoenix.
If you look at statistics from years past, most Americans resolve to get fit and healthy, about 50%, so one Valley health club is helping them do just that in 2020. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
The family was given a gift basket and free taco money for a year's worth of tacos from Torchy's.
Lucy, the Pennsylvania SPCA's longest-term resident, asked Santa for a forever home to call her own this Christmas.
Couples kissed. Others cheered and waved balloons as fireworks burst into the night sky and confetti fell to welcome the start of 2020 in Times Square.
(FOX NEWS) - It's not your typical college New Year's party — more than 65,000 young Christians gathering in an Atlanta stadium to kick off a new decade with worship, prayer and Bible teaching.
While there are several New Year's parties going on across the valley, one in downtown Phoenix has a fun twist to it.
FOX 10's Matt Galka stopped by the Homie Flannel Ball and asked locals what their New Year's resolutions are.
A woman finishing chemotherapy is ringing in the new year in a very special way.
New York City’s counterterrorism czar expects Times Square to be "the safest place on the planet Earth" on New Year's Eve.
If 2019 gave you lemons — make a lemon piglet. The “lemon piglet” is the greatest and cutest lucky charm you’ve probably never heard of that’s sure to bring an exciting and prosperous new decade.
While the city rings in the new year, volunteers are needed to help keep animals calm at the shelters at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control.
As people gather to ring in the New Year, there are a lot of options around the valley, like the Cresent New Year's Eve 2020 Block Party or New Year's Eve Live! at Westgate Entertainment District. Fox 10's Matt Galka reports.