We're checking out a growing family-run business in Tempe. They specialize in making hand-crafted table games. They use rustic-style pieces to create custom game room products just for you. In this Made in Arizona segment, we're talking with Reclaimed Customs, as well as Diamondback Billiards & Games.
The truck, described as a 2013-2015 white Ford pickup, fled southbound on Cave Creek Road and turned east down Hatcher.
Pop-up house parties at vacant homes that are for sale are becoming more and more common as social media helps make the word of these parties spread like wildfire. In never-before-seen footage, we see officers crash a party at a million-dollar home.
FOX 10's Syleste Rodriguez shows off a beautiful north Scottsdale home that is truly a work of art.
Liberty Wildlife, a Valley nonprofit that focuses on saving and rehabilitating birds, is busier than ever as the temperatures increase and the winds pick up. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Detectives say the suspect filled a gas can inside a rolling suitcase and poured gasoline inside Los Armandos Restaurant near 59th Avenue and McDowell Road on May 7.
The case looking into the 1993 death of a Sedona woman still hasn't been solved. Questions remain as the one person who investigators thought was responsible didn't have enough evidence against him to file charges. This is a look into the cold case of Stephanie Wasilishin.
FOX 10's Marissa Sarbak checks out Sid's Garage, a new eatery at Desert Ridge Marketplace in north Phoenix.
The suspects allegedly stole from a BBB Fashion near 35th Avenue and Southern on Dec. 21 and a Melrose Fashion near 7th Street and Baseline on Jan. 25.
The incident, which happened on July 29, 2020, caused a bridge that runs over Tempe Town Lake to collapse. Almost two years following the incident, federal investigators have released new findings from an investigation into the incident.
Are healthcare providers doing enough to protect your personal information? Hackers are accessing sensitive health data more than ever and this could directly impact you in Arizona. We have what you need to know.
FOX 10's Syleste Rodriguez checks out a two-and-a-half-acre property in north Scottsdale that's home to some exotic birds.
One of the largest homeless encampments in America is located in downtown Phoenix is known as 'the Zone.' In our special report, FOX 10's Justin Lum provides several perspectives from people living unsheltered to the service providers calling for more resources to elected officials with proposed short-term and long-term solutions.
Police are looking for a suspect who allegedly vandalized Coyote Springs Elementary School in Prescott Valley. Police said there was significant graffiti inside and outside the school. If you have any information, you're asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.
Police are searching for two teenage suspects seen on surveillance video starting a fire behind a Walmart at Metrocenter. The incident happened on April 19 when one of the suspects lit some boxes on fire near the rear loading dock. The fire damaged several thousand dollars worth of equipment. If you have any information, you're asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.
As Phoenix, along with other cities in the U.S., deal with a growing homeless problem, there are differing approaches on how to fix the problem. In the final part of a four-part series, we take a look at what leaders are doing in one Texas city to address the crisis, and what one politician in Arizona is proposing.
Ray Delmuro once worked as an engineer, but he walked away from his career to travel and find his passion. Now, he has a business that brings new life to that empty bottle of wine that would normally be thrown away, and never to be seen again. FOX 10's Christina Carilla has more, in this week's edition of Made In Arizona.
A fairytale driveway that leads to a Santa Barbara-style home in Paradise Valley. FOX 10's Syleste Rodriguez reports.
Phoenix police are looking for two people who reportedly stole "a large amount" of electronics from a Walmart near Cactus and Tatum back in January.
The expedition was delayed twice due to COVID-19, but a 71-year-old Arizona man is finally ready to set off on an expedition that will take him down the Yukon River, into Alaska and then the Bering Sea.