Rich Hazelwood is believed to be the first person in Arizona to have his dog cloned. Such a process is very expensive.
In the backdrop of dusty mountains, under extreme heat, the future of warfare is being crafted and tested like never before. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
Despite an order by the CDC and Governor Doug Ducey to temporarily stop evictions amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, evictions are still happening, including in parts of Maricopa County.
The frigid waters and remote location of the Yukon River, which runs from Canada to Alaska before emptying into the Bering Sea, makes it a dangerous excursion for anyone. That, however, sis not stopping these 2 Arizonans. FOX 10 photojournalist Joe Tillman and Brian Kae caught up with the two adventurers. Visit www.yukon2020.com to support and follow their journey.
People are normally aware of the homeless crisis in a number of West Coast cities, but homelessness is also a problem in the Valley.
In Cochise County, ranchers have found that the best solution for illegal border crossings so far has not come from the Feds, and it hasn’t been in the form of a wall. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
Cities across the country are working to reduce the amount of waste that is piling up at landfills, including Phoenix. Under their "Reimagine Phoenix" initiative, the city is working towards diverting nearly 40% of its waste from its landfills by this year, and they have a goal of being ‘zero waste’ by 2050.
Search and rescue missions are a team effort between state and local agencies, who cover large swaths of land with few resources. Now, ASU students are working to improve how crews search for lost hikers.
Howard the White Rhino turned 23 on Wednesday, just as he arrived to his new home at the Phoenix Zoo.
There are 80 million pet dogs in the United States, and the secret to understanding our furry friends may be getting a little easier.
Some people may not know that Sierra Vista, Arizona has the first McDonald's in the United States to feature a drive-thru window. FOX 10's Matt Galka takes a look at the history.
The Imperial Sand Dunes, also known as the Glamis Sand Dunes, is an area great for off-road recreation, and a two people who live there seven months of the year are doing their best to keep the area clean.
Veterans and first responders can experience PTSD and other issues, and a local group is using the great outdoors as a way to help build relationships, and find help for those in need.
As it turns out, one of the biggest superhero hideouts isn't in Gotham City or Metropolis, but in the Valley, where a Mexico-based company is capitalizing on the comic book craze by launching a geek's paradise. A restaurant completely devoted to fandom.
Even in the dead of winter, the Arizona sun is fierce, but with recent fears over the chemicals present in sunscreen, some are turning to alternatives.
Super Bowl is no longer the most-watched sports event in the world, as many people caught some esports action in 2019. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports on an esports league south of the Valley.
The next generation of aviation crash site investigators are being trained in the Prescott area, where they can use one of the most complete crash labs in the US.
A two-mile corridor in West Mesa has officially made a name for itself, as Asian businesses take root and make their presence known along a portion of Dobson Road in Mesa. FOX 10's Justin Lum reports.
Copperstate is branching out with cannabis education at its new dispensary in a West Valley city. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
The BolaWrap is a new crime-fighting tool that aims to be a less harmful alternative to guns, tasers, batons, and pepper spray.