An Arizona non-profit group is helping to prevent wild horses from being removed from their natural habitat by using birth control darts.
A customer told a Phoenix business owner that if he didn’t lose weight, he could risk becoming extremely sick from COVID-19. He listened, and what happened next is truly remarkable — and it’s a story he hopes will help others as well. FOX 10’s Anita Roman reports.
He’s admitted to 19 mob killings, he brought down crime boss John Gotti, survived two stints in prison, and lived under the constant threat of the mob putting a hit on him, but Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano says he’s never left the life -- it’s a blood oath until the day you die. FOX 10’s John Hook reports.
The Foundation for Blind Children in Phoenix is one of the only such places in the nation with a resource center that didn’t shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, they’re busier than ever. FOX 10’s Anita Roman has the details on the partnership that makes it all so successful.
During recent renovations of the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial in Phoenix, workers found a box buried beneath the statue’s base and it was filled with items dating back more than three decades.
It’s been six years since a Scottsdale woman was brutally killed in her own home. As Allison Feldman entered the prime of her life, her father says her future was taken away. FOX 10’s Justin Lum reports on the Feldman family’s long wait for justice.
The start of February 2021 was the deadliest week of U.S. avalanches on record, with 15 deaths across the country on the week of Feb. 1 due to avalanches. Meanwhile, there are measures in place in Arizona to help keep people safe.
NextGen homes in the metro Phoenix area are being designed to accommodate families and their grandparents.
These unidentified people have been dead for decades, and now, with the help of technology and some dedicated investigators, there's hope they can finally be identified, and closure can be brought for their family and loved ones.
For some, thrift shopping is just a way to save some money, but for others, there's money to be made at Goodwill.
More and more young people in Arizona, including teens, are dying suddenly from fentanyl. Now, one Yavapai County family is opening up about their tragic loss that was linked to the drug.
FaZe Swagg, whose real name is Kris Lamberson, grew up playing basketball, and started his passion for gaming later in life.
A movie has been shot on property, and it literally sits on top of a gold mine. This property can be yours for a pretty penny.
The Inde Motorsports Ranch, located near Willcox, has been a staple in the Arizona racing community for more than a decade, and the site has received an extensive makeover to celebrate its first decade of existence. FOX 10 photojournalists Corey Goodwin and Brian Kae have more. https://indemotorsports.com
The town of Superior is about an hour's drive east of the Valley. It's a town rich with Native American history and the state's mining industry. FOX 10 photojournalists Joe Tillman and Brian Kae take us on a unique tour with Superior Tour Company through this beautiful landscape near the Tonto National Forest.
An artistic mom was so inspired by her daughter's life that's full of love, joy and happiness, that she decided to write a children's book about her to bring others happiness. FOX 10 photojournalist Brad Gass has the amazing story about 'Rosie Posie Twinkle Toes' by Elizabeth Sobczyk.
The trail is one of the longest and most picturesque trails in the entire U.S., and it stretches from Bullhead City to Yuma. FOX 10 Photojournalists Joe Tillman and Brian Kae have more.
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.