Babbitt Ranches began when five brothers struck out from their home in Ohio, and founded a business in Arizona back in 1886. 135 years have passed since then, but the ranch still operates in much the same way it did back in the day.
When it comes to sports, buyers and sellers look for valuable and rare sports cards as the trading card business is booming and some companies are having a hard time keeping up.
Chef Aaron Chamberlin of Taco Chelo is hoping to inspire parents and educate them on how to make cooking easier and more fun for kids. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
During Phoenix's last housing boom in the 2000s, many subdivisions were built. A housing crash and the subsequent Great Recession meant many of these subdivisions were abandoned. Now, some of them are being brought back to life.
Wrong-way crashes are a plague in Arizona, and FOX 10's Steve Nielsen took a look into how state and federal officials are combating the issue.
Deana Bowdoin was a promising ASU student, but she was raped and murdered in her own bed. And the man who did it is finally facing the ultimate punishment, but will it happen? FOX 10’s Troy Hayden reports.
Hollywood's fascination with the Wild West goes back more than a century. In fact, some of Arizona's most notorious outlaws and gunslingers, like Wyatt Earp and Billy The Kid, have been immortalized on film. While the Mescal Movie Set, located just east of Tucson, has sat dormant for years, there are efforts underway to restore the set, which was where several iconic Western movies were shot. FOX 10 Photojournalists Joe Tillman and Corey Goodwin have more.
Salt River Project and Northern Arizona University are teaming up to make some big changes to the forests in our state to keep the water flowing to your faucet.
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.