Several companies have created technology to transform the trucking industry, but the firm TuSimple based in Tucson, believes it's leading the pack. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.
Three women quit their corporate jobs to find major success in Phoenix's event industry. Alpha Lit Phoenix, Olivia Nowak's Balloon Creations and Girl About Town are all making dream parties happen.
A company based out of Mesa is hoping to help prevent catastrophic wildfires, while at the same time help construction companies stay fully stocked during a lumber shortage.
Arizona, like other parts of the Southwest, is facing water problems, but one Scottsdale-based company is offering a solution, and people around the world are taking notice.
The legalization of recreational marijuana through Proposition 207 in 2020 opened a lot of doors for people with past low-level marijuana convictions, but some are still having trouble getting their records expunged.
55-year-old Thomas Retzlaff was once accused of online stalking and harassment, and he was embroiled in a nasty legal battle with an ex-member of the far-right group the Proud Boys. A month after his death, police in El Mirage have released few details surrounding the murder.
A Phoenix woman is making a name for herself by selling her "amazing finds" online. While doing so, she can pay off debt and provide for her family.
Ever since Kelly Smith founded an organization to spread the concept of micro-schooling, the education format has been used in many settings across the country, including parts of Arizona. FOX 10's Danielle Miller spoke with a former public school teacher who set up a micro-school.
The all-electric Lucid Air has been years in the making, but the wait is almost over for some of the 13,000 people on a reservation list.
After a massive fire tore through a Phoenix recycling yard in June 2021, there's been a major change in how the city is bringing businesses into compliance. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.
It's not a TV show, and for Rochelle Anvik, she is living her dreams by literally taking a step back in time.
Jacob Daffner's drug addiction began at a young age, and with little left to give after arriving to Arizona, he took on yoga as a way to help with his recovery,
It was one of the most beloved malls in the Valley, and following its opening in 1979, Paradise Valley Mall was the place to be, and the place to be seen. Now, the mall is mostly gone, having been demolished to make way for a new development project. FOX 10 Photojournalist Joe Tillman has more on PV Mall's rise and fall.
Glendale teen Alicia Navarro has been missing for two years, and her mother isn't giving up hope in finding her. "So I'm living my worst nightmare right now. I'm just doing what a mother should do … not giving up and fighting for their child."
This season of Lego Masters featured some creative works of art by some of the most talented "master-builders" in the country, but there is a Lego Master from the valley giving those artists a run for their money. FOX 10 Photojournalist Joe Tillman has the story.
Lew Williams has been entertaining diners at Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa for decades, and now, he is getting ready to take a step back, and let a new generation of organ players take over.
Arizona's Prop 207 social equity licenses will help many low-level marijuana offenders turn their lives around and become business owners, but what are the downsides to obtaining the pricey license?
Hundreds of water catchments are maintained by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to keep wild animals alive and thriving during the state's historic drought.
FOX 10 has obtained exclusive video of a water rescue along the Salt River earlier this year that was complicated by tubers and kayakers that made passage through the river difficult
A new hotel currently under construction in the Sedona area is designed to blend into the natural surroundings and beauty. FOX 10 Photojournalists Joe Tillman and Brian Kae have a look at the Ambiente Hotel.