Officers are investigating after a child was shot in Phoenix, the department says. The shooting unfolded near 67th Avenue and Baseline Road.
Three decades have passed since two young women were murdered by the so-called "Canal Killer" in Phoenix. The trial of their accused murderer, Bryan Patrick Miller, is scheduled to begin Oct. 3.
It was a scary scene on the evening of Oct. 2 at an apartment complex near 20th Avenue and Indian School Road as officers responded to reports of a man running with a rifle.
Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt was able to play in a game against the Carolina Panthers just days after he reportedly had to get his "heart shocked back into rhythm."
Take a look at some of Arizona's beautiful landscapes sent in by FOX 10 viewers. The mountain ranges, sunrises, sunsets, wildlife, parks, canyons, cacti, and even cityscapes have amazing views.
Phoenix area food banks are getting slammed. It started during the COVID-19 pandemic and continues with high inflation. Larger food banks are adjusting, but that's not so easy for the smaller ones like Paradise Valley Community Food Bank. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen has more.
Rally Point Arizona held a "Battle of the Branches" event at Steele Indian School Park on Oct. 2, and the goal was to provide veterans with mental health support and resources.
Police said the collision happened at around 2:30 a.m. on Oct. 2 near 42nd Avenue and Bell Road.
Mesa Police are investigating a fight possibly involving a crowbar and a stabbing at a Circle K near Broadway and Dobson roads on Oct. 2.
This week's top stories include an Arizona hiker being found dead, McDonald's offering adult Happy Meals, and an ex-boyfriend who claims he was “blacked out” when he broke into his former girlfriend's home and threw her child's ashes in the trash.
Information was supplied by law enforcement and describes current, active reports of missing persons in the Phoenix-metro area and other cities in Arizona.
This week's top crime stories for the week of Sept. 26: Woman, boy found dead in San Tan Valley home; Glendale family sounds off as street racing takes a toll on their home; a man found guilty of dumping body parts in Arizona; a convenience store employee says a delivery driver scalded her; and Bryan Patrick Miller, a man accused of killing two women in 1993, is expected to stand trial Oct. 3.
Phoenix officers received a 911 call about a deceased person near 81st Avenue and Indian School Road at around 7 a.m. on Oct. 1.
Police say a person was found dead on Sept. 30 in a burned car in west Phoenix. The discovery was made near 59th Avenue and McDowell Road around 2:30 a.m.
A meet-up on Tinder turned into an armed robbery at a Phoenix hotel and police say the suspects now have reservations in court.
Florida is in clean up mode after Hurricane Ian, and it will likely take years to repair and rebuild. We're keeping track of two Arizona natives caught in the middle of the storm – and both are getting a crash course in hurricane survival.
Phoenix Police have a murder mystery on their hands after a body was found near 81st Ave. and Indian School Rd.
A Bell 47 helicopter reportedly suffered an “unknown in-flight mechanical problem” that forced it to land near 8th Avenue and Sirrine just before 6 a.m. on Oct. 1.
It is unclear what caused the crash, but police said the impact left a light pole lying in the street near Main Street and Gilbert.
From Oct. 1 - 8, you can adopt a pet for free at the AAWL shelter near 40th St. and Washington in Phoenix.