It’s known as “the Zone” and issues like trash, violence, and drugs have been well-documented. We’re taking a deep dive into activity plaguing the largest homeless camp in the Phoenix area and the first responders who are there on average nearly four times per day.
Here we are on Sept. 15, now three years since Alicia Navarro left her home in the middle of the night. She was 14 then and will turn 18 on Sept. 20.
A former Aspen University nursing student is suing the Phoenix program as it remains under the microscope of the state nursing board and is on probation. Aspen University’s glaring 2021 first-time pass rate of 58% for the national exam needed to become a nurse was far below the 80% mark required by Arizona law.
The case involving Vallow, which first began as the disappearances of her two children with Phoenix area ties - Joshua "JJ" Vallow and Tylee Ryan - has since uncovered a complex sequence of events that have garnered national and international media attention.
The incident, according to reports, happened over the weekend at a church parking lot. Charges against the suspect, according to Gilbert Police, have been submitted to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office for review. FOX 10's Justin Lum spoke with the suspect.
The decision to allow a funeral home owner to run the Mohave County Medical Examiner's Office is called into question as other funeral homes allege they've stopped receiving the number of death calls they used to. Is a conflict of interest to blame?
Loved ones continue to search for a Phoenix woman who vanished without a trace. A 36-year-old mother of two was last seen near her apartment in June. FOX 10’s Justin Lum spoke to her family and retraces her steps.
Landlords are filing evictions in Maricopa County at the rate we saw before the COVID-19 pandemic now that the moratorium has been over for months, and because of that, the county is seeing more and more tenants file for rental assistance. Can the program keep up with these requests for help?
After a Chandler man trying to stop a gunfight was shot and paralyzed died over a year later, his death is ruled a homicide. Now, his family is trying to understand why charges were dismissed against the man they say is responsible.
The story of "Baby Holly" has made national headlines and there's a strong Arizona connection to the case. The murder of the child's parents remains unsolved and authorities say a cult could be linked to the crimes.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A Phoenix city councilwoman joined in on a ride through "the zone," a growing homeless encampment downtown, and for Yassamin Ansari, homelessness has been a key issue for her to address since taking office in District 7.
Under-resourced. Under-housed. In part two of a "City of a Thousand," we take a look at the resources, or lack thereof, that homeless advocates believe are leading to the encampment boom in Phoenix.
Within a pocket of streets and sidewalks in downtown Phoenix, the homeless crisis exploded with more than a thousand unsheltered people living on the streets in this area known as "the zone."
An Arizona lawmaker helped pass a now official law that will better protect victims of catalytic converter thefts, as well as help law enforcement agencies get the thieves in trouble.
A Phoenix man who has been booked into Maricopa County Jail a dozen times is sentenced to more than 7 years in prison for his involvement in what authorities are calling the "catalytic converter theft epidemic."