Restrictions at city of Phoenix parks are turning political as the governor and mayor are at odds over what should re-open and tempers are flaring. FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez reports.
Amid violent rioting at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. as Electoral College votes are being counted, Arizona politicians are reacting to the latest developments.
Officials with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office say they can't prove that the threat made by Phoenix Police officer Steven Poulos constituted a "true threat".
Mayors in Phoenix, Tolleson, Tucson and Flagstaff called for Gov. Doug Ducey to implement a statewide mask mandate during a news conference on Nov. 20.
Tempe Police investigators will look into "credible threats" that were allegedly made by a Phoenix Police Department member against Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego.
Various Arizona politicians have reacted to the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the age of 87.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego criticized the Department of Homeland Security, after news emerge of ICE contractors detaining migrant children in hotels in Phoenix.
Phoenix, along with all other cities within Maricopa County, will now be required to wear face masks as of June 20 to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Calls to defund police departments are gaining momentum across the country. In the Phoenix metro area, we've seen two protests in recent weeks demanding that some of the funding for police departments instead be invested in community programs. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.
The City of Phoenix has decided during a meeting Monday to set more money aside for police accountability and oversight.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego speaks to FOX 10's Troy Hayden on the city's plans to reopen as Arizona's stay-at-home order expires May 15.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego discusses how the city's economy will be impacted by COVID-19 and what steps the state should take to reopen. Gov. Doug Ducey's current stay-at-home order lasts until May 1st.
Protests have reportedly been scheduled in response to the stay-at-home order that was issued for Arizona in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials with the City of Phoenix announce the city's most vulnerable and at-risk residents will be moved into hotel rooms, following a vote on allocating nearly $18 million in federal COVID-19 funding to support the city's vulnerable population.
Honeywell says it is adding 500 jobs at its aerospace facility in Phoenix to help beef up the production of N95 masks and personal protection equipment.
Days after Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego announced a state of emergency in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, members of the Phoenix City Council approved a substitute motion to declare a local emergency instead.
The homeless population in Phoenix seems to have recently exploded and the mayor announced how she wants to address the issue, but there was a bit of conflict at her news conference. FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.
Phoenix will host a Democratic presidential debate on Sunday, March 15, just two days before the Arizona Presidential Preference election.
Phoenix residents with overdue library books might want to wait a bit before bringing back their borrowed copies of the current best sellers.
Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego about Proposition 105 and city pensions. Part 2: John discusses candidates' chances in the 2020 election with Mike Noble of OH Predictive Insights.