A Globe woman is heading to Mexico to receive a more affordable liver transplant surgery after not being able to afford one in America. The community rallied behind her to help raise money.
Despite the rain, friends gathered in Globe on Sept. 26 for a car wash to help a mother in need of a new liver.
Gila County Sheriff’s officials said on Sept. 22 that the death of 31-year-old Leo Harry White was being investigated as a homicide. White reportedly was shot multiple times.
The Arizona Department of Transportation says detours onto State Routes 177 and 77 though Winkleman will add at least an extra hour.
The Telegraph Fire sparked in early June, and it eventually charred over 180,000 acres. Burn scars caused by the fire has also worsened flooding in the area.
Perry Roy Tonto, 30, of San Carlos, Arizona, was arrested on suspicion of a slew of violent charges after authorities say he was involved in a shootout with Globe Police officers.
The Arizona Department of Transportation said U.S. 60 will be closed between Superior and Miami from 10 p.m. on Sept. 12 to noon on Sept. 17.
Daytime temperatures in the Phoenix metro area are expected to reach 110 degrees or higher.
The man “turned towards officers and made a motion as if he was drawing a weapon from his waistband,” Tischer said on Aug. 24.
On Monday, police said the man is in custody and will be booked into a Maricopa County jail.
National Weather Service (NWS) officials said the storm could bring quarter-sized hail.
FOX 10's Nicole Garcia has the latest after flash flooding swept through Globe on Wednesday, destroying at least a dozen homes in the process.
The 2021-2022 school year has begun and some districts in Arizona are requiring face coverings to be worn in the classroom. Check to see the mask policies for your child's school.
Surveillance video from Vonnie's Pizza in Globe shows how quickly the flooding in the area happened on August 18. One of the restaurant's owners, Joe Stapleton, joined AZAM to speak on how the flooding is affecting the town and his business.
“The threat for flash flooding will increase across south-central Arizona through the weekend,” NWS tweeted.
Although the highway is back open, ADOT warns that there will still be delays in the coming weeks for up to an hour due to long-term repairs.
A storm that swept through the Miami area two weeks ago left a trail of devastation in the Gila County town, and cleanup efforts could last for some time.
Dr. Marjorie Bessel says since July 1, COVID-19 hospitalizations have increased by 95 percent, and ventilator usage has increased by 300 percent.
Last month, Show Low had 8.79 inches of rain although the city usually averages 2.35 inches in July, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Flagstaff said.
Cleanup efforts are ongoing in Miami, Arizona, after a round of monsoon weather on Thursday resulted in massive flash flooding, leaving a muddy mess for the area in the aftermath.