A local animal rescue says a dog has undergone emergency surgery after it was found injured by Phoenix sanitation workers.
Meet Luna, the Arizona Coyotes service dog in training.
They only have 35 seconds to make an impression from up in the air. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has more on the World Skydiving Championships in Eloy.
We are one week into October, which means there is less than a year before a big change comes to the way you travel by air.
What started out as a hobby for one Valley woman has turned her into a social media influencer.
A suspected impaired wrong-way driver was stopped early Wednesday morning on a Phoenix freeway.
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.
Gamers, get ready! A big competition is coming up and it's all for a good cause, getting more women into tech.
The city of Gilbert has created a new program to give local businesses a way to show their community they care about the environment, focusing on pollution prevention, water conservation, and waste reduction.
A Valley boy has a need for speed.
A national non-profit that delivers cakes to underprivileged kids, and kids in foster care, has started a chapter in Arizona.
A brand-new indoor waterpark is just about ready to open its doors in Scottsdale.
Inmates at the Pinal County Detention Center now have access to something people sometimes take for granted: electronic tablets.
The Coronado District is an iconic area in Downtown Phoenix, home to historic houses dating back to the 1920s. However, seven historic homes in that neighborhood could soon be history, as a developer wants to rezone the area for new development.
The city of Surprise is the latest Arizona city to suspend its curbside recycling program due to high costs. But the city of Phoenix is trying a high-tech approach to their recycling program.
A Valley mother says she tried everything to help her daughter deal with daily, debilitating seizures, but no medication was helping. That's when she turned to something else she never imagined, medical marijuana.
A Phoenix-based center that caters to homeless seniors is in serious danger of closing its doors, leaving hundreds of people who depend on them in the balance.
When some Valley residents boarded a Greyhound bus in Dallas headed to Phoenix, they had no idea what was about to happen. FOX 10's Ty Brennan reports.
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