Alzheimer's disease robs millions of people of their memory and their lives, and even after years of research, there's still no cure. A Phoenix-based company thinks it may have discovered a treatment that stops, even reverses the process.
AZ Kicking and Training is run by the Zendejas family, where they teach young athletes all aspects of the special teams positions.
The scenic chairlift at Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff takes you up 11,500 feet. From there, you can see a lot of leaves during the Fall.
It's said to be the inspiration for Mos Eisley spaceport on Tatooine in Star Wars, with director George Lucas reportedly visiting the site before producing the first movie in the franchise. FOX 10's Kari Lake takes a look at Arcosanti, once touted as the planned city of the future.
Glassblowing has been practiced for thousands of years, and one school in the Sedona area is helping people make their very own handcrafted glass art. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
After years of work, a company is getting ready to get people to space and back, from a state east of Arizona. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.
What started out as a hobby for one Valley woman has turned her into a social media influencer.
People may have heard that they are undefeated on Dollar Beer Night, and wondered what that was all about. That, or people may have seen a Phoenix Rising soccer team sticker on a car while out and about.
A Valley woman named Kathy Cano-Murillo, better known by her online name "Crafty Chica", has created an online empire just by being herself.
Unrest in a country thousands of miles away can cause fuel cost to spike overnight, wreaking havoc on companies trying to get their products to consumers.
With many recent events, school safety is at the top of mind. A brand new school in the Tolleson Union High School District in the West Valley was being built from the ground up, so the district took full advantage and decided to add the most state of the art safety features.
In a remote lake in Central Arizona, staff members with the state's Game and Fish department are using an unusual tactic to help control the fish population.
Is the future of energy in solar batteries?
This spring, a Valley man climbed Mount Everest soon after getting a procedure for an erratic heartbeat, also known as Atrial fibrillation or AFib.
A string of scary injuries has prompted some Major League Baseball teams to extend the foul ball netting at stadiums, with the Arizona Diamondbacks most recently saying they will extend the netting.
They come in small packages, but they have big personalities and they just love to please.
Even before the fire was out, people who live in Flagstaff knew they faced another danger. Not necessarily from the Museum Fire itself, but from the devastating flooding that could result from the combination of our monsoon and a watershed badly charred.
There are plenty of great views of Sedona Red Rock Country. and some are easier to get to than others. One of those not so easy sites to get to is Merry Go Round Rock, even though it's becoming one of the most popular Sedona sites.
Shortly after the Industrial Revolution, the need for a blacksmith went away, and the craft is now pretty much just a thing of the past. A school in Tucson, however, is trying to change that.
This summer is the first time since World War II that Arizona farmers have been legally allowed to grow hemp.