A K-9 on patrol, but Lucas the shelter dog isn't working, he's looking for a new home and Phoenix Police Officer Alex Ruiz is trying to help.
Firefighters say no one was injured after a first-alarm shed fire behind a west Phoenix strip mall spread to two nearby businesses.
As crews finish installing the viewing fence and a few other projects, the Asian elephants at the Phoenix Zoo anxiously await the opening of their new habitat.
One wrong move left Daniel Campbell with a spinal cord injury and unable to move from the chest down.
Wishes, including some really big ones, are being granted this weekend as three Arizona wish kids boarded a magical flight to Disney World.
Police are investigating a home invasion that happened in a west Phoenix neighborhood early Thursday morning.
Officials with the Utah Attorney General's Office announced Tuesday night that Maricopa County Assessor Paul D. Petersen is accused of human smuggling and sale of a child.
The Arizona Coyotes are giving kids incentives to pick up a book through their special reading program.
A Valley teen diagnosed with a life-altering disease heads to Wrigley Field thanks to Make A Wish. A few weeks later, the AZVA student started his own charity to help those in need.
A major intersection in Mesa was shut down overnight and throughout most of the following day after a Union Pacific train derailed near Broadway Road and Center Street.
Pence says this is an exciting time for the Hispanic-American community. His meeting with the Southwest Hispanic leaders takes place on the onset of Hispanic Heritage Month, a chance, according to Pence, to discuss and create an opportunity that includes more employment.
There was a big buzz at Lamar's Donuts on Bell Road this morning.
The Foundation for Blind Children, which serves the blind and visually impaired from birth to 102-year-olds, is an agency in Arizona that is enjoying a unique opportunity to educate its students.
Eight-year-old Yunior and his second-grade teacher, Mrs. Coffman, have a special bond.
Chandler fire was called out to a home near Dobson and Elliott Roads just around 5:30 a.m. on Friday and a spokesperson for the department says by the time crews arrived, the house was engulfed in flames. Firefighters didn't go inside and the homeowner says he's lucky he made it out.
Show your Cardinals spirit on your next staycation! Gila River Hotels and Casinos now have Cardinals-themed rooms!
Show your Cardinals spirit on your next staycation! Gila River Hotels and Casinos now have Cardinals-themed rooms! FOX 10's Anita Roman has the story.
A Valley veteran is giving back in a big way and says it's all to bring the community together and thank those who have and continue to serve.
The Arizona Coyotes hockey team is an organization that prides itself on giving back. One special project will last the entire 2019-2020 season.
Peoria's Adult Adaptive Program created a pop-up snack cart that employees those with disabilities.