Chandler police are trying to track down the person breaking into cars in a neighborhood.
AZ Kicking and Training is run by the Zendejas family, where they teach young athletes all aspects of the special teams positions.
An Arizona homeowners association says it's building a wall that would block elementary school students from a school entrance and force them to walk an extra mile.
Temporary relief for Arizona Public Service customers is soon coming to an end. An emergency rule stopped them from cutting power to those behind on bills, but APS says they have tens of thousands of customers who owe money on their utility bill.
The Phoenix Police Department being sued by one of its own police sergeants.
It's a story that has garnered national attention, after a Valley-based facility took back an offer to take in a teen who has been declared brain dead. FOX 10's Matt Galka has more on the facility's rationale behind their decision to rescind the offer.
Some employees of a Gilbert daycare have been suspended after seven toddlers were found wandering near a busy road. It happened just before 10 a.m. Friday morning, and three Good Samaritans stopped to help.
The head coach of Mountain Pointe High School is speaking out in the aftermath of a game plan leak scandal involving one of the team's now-former assistant coach, Justin Hager. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
Authorities say an elderly man is dead and a woman was hospitalized after they were pulled from a car that was found submerged in a pond near a supermarket in Sun City West.
A 28-year-old Gilbert man is accused of a number of burglaries, including multiple incidents at a home close to where he lives.
Arizona State University Police are looking for a suspect who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman on the Tempe campus.
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.
Arizona city officials have begun considering options for new civilian oversight of the Phoenix Police Department amid multiple officer-involved shooting cases.
The Arizona Supreme Court says the free speech rights of two Christian artists who make wedding invitations were violated by Phoenix's anti-discrimination ordinance that makes it illegal for businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples for religious reasons.
Video taken along a West Valley freeway on Friday captured a wrong-way driver.
Unfortunately, it's a sign of our times, as most people are worried about active shooter situations, especially in public places. However, a Valley company is developing some technology they hope will help protect people.
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.
People building a home right now might already be feeling the pain and the delays, as there is a shortage of construction workers across the nation and in the Valley. With the shortage also comes longer build times and potentially higher prices.
At the Arizona State Capitol on Wednesday, a bill signing that's been a long time coming for Valley families who've had to deal with the loss of a child to suicide took place.
One person who is trying to help with Hurricane Dorian relief is Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton, who also happens to be a native of The Bahamas. On Tuesday night, he organized a donation drive for victims of Dorian.