These remarkable paintings light up social media every time she paints a new one. FOX 10's Matt Galka introduces us to a UArizona senior who is making a name for herself in the art world, by focusing on the details of superstar celebrities.
Gun ranges can be intimidating places for beginners as it's extremely intense if you've never been in that situation before. Now, there's a range where you can practice shooting without live ammunition, and it's safe for families with children. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
FOX 10 photojournalist Brian Kae gives us an exclusive look inside the brand new Public Safety Training Academy in Gilbert for the next generation of first-responders.
Interest in true crime podcasts is growing and now two local podcasters are hosting a very popular show with a twist. FOX 10's Danielle Miller introduces us to the guys behind 'Small Town Murder.'
Mexico has a stray dog problem. The government estimates there could be as many as 18 million stray dogs roaming the country. They're either born as strays or abandoned by their owners. Now a handful of Americans are trying to change that. FOX 10's Brian Webb shows us how they do it, one dog at a time.
The game we know as golf today had its origins in Scotland, and while the game, as well as its tools, have changed a lot, there are people who want to keep the old game alive, including some in the Phoenix area.
From social distancing to protocols on how to handle a positive case in animals, it's all part of a new normal for the Valley's zoo.
Animals are unpredictable, so it's a good day at the Phoenix Zoo when things go as planned, even if it takes some time. Over a year since Howard the White Rhino was welcomed as a companion for the zoo's female rhino, Lulu, a friendship is finally taking shape between the two.
Animals are unpredictable, so it's a good day at the Phoenix Zoo when things go as planned, even if it takes some time. Over a year since Howard the White Rhino was welcomed as a companion for the zoo's female rhino, Lulu, a friendship is finally taking shape between the two. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment have been widely used during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to curb the spread of the virus. Most of it is disposable, but much of it is being thrown away in an improper manner.
Robert Fisher is wanted for the murder of his wife and children in 2001. 20 years later, the search for the murder suspect is ongoing, with both FBI and people outside law enforcement involved in the search, FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.
What was once a greenhouse to grow tomatoes has become one of the biggest cannabis growing operations in the entire country and it’s located right here in Arizona.
Spring Training 2021 took place amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and officials in Surprise found a high-tech way to help keep visitors safe from COVID-19 and other illnesses.
FOX 10 is investigating why so many of Arizona’s prisoners are elderly and why you should care. Steve Nielsen reports on how you, the taxpayer, are shouldering the burden of inmate healthcare costs.
We’re taking an in-depth look at Arizonans still dealing with the aftermath of the COVID-19 virus. They’ve recovered from the worst symptoms, yet they continue to suffer from potential long-term side effects several months later.
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.