Here's a look at the latest police investigations, fires, crashes and other incidents that are happening around the Valley for Feb. 26-March 3.
An investigation is underway following a fiery crash in Phoenix that left one person dead.
From an incident that Buckeye Police called an “apparent assault and abduction” to indictments over school voucher fraud in Arizona, here's a look at our top stories.
In the video, an SUV is seen pulling up to a gas pump. A woman gets out of the passenger seat and starts running toward the convenience store. A man then gets out of the SUV, grabs the woman and drags her back into the vehicle.
A new school is under construction in Phoenix, but the way it is being built is a first-of-its-kind. FOX 10’s Dominique Newland has more on the project.
Thursday, February 29, 2024 is Leap Day, a day that normally comes once every four years. Since the day only happens once every four years some will celebrate big, while others will mark the special anniversary in their own way. Some businesses, meanwhile, are also offering deals on this special day. FOX 10’s Brian Webb has more.
Dolores Lashay Sweet, Dorrian Lamarr Jones, Jennifer Lopez, Jadakah Celeste Johnson, and Raymond Lamont Johnson, Jr. are accused of fraud, conspiracy, computer tampering, illegally conducting an enterprise, money laundering and forgery.
Ex-Arizona State Senator Tony Navarrete has been found guilty of having a sexual relation with a minor. The same jury also found the ex-lawmaker not guilty on two other sexual misconduct-related offenses.
One person is in custody following a barricade situation near Apache Boulevard and McClintock Drive, which police say stemmed from a domestic violence incident.
Phoenix Police officers responded to 24th and Jackson Streets for an unknown trouble call. When they got there, they found 23-year-old Zykel-Amani Woodard with a gunshot wound.
A suspect convicted of killing a Glendale man nearly 10 years ago has been sentenced to death, the Maricopa County Attorney's Office said.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 17 are back open in Phoenix after a pedestrian was hit by multiple cars on the freeway and was killed.
A new report from WalletHub says Scottsdale is the 10th happiest city in the U.S. Criteria for the report include job satisfaction, what there is to do in the city, and depression rates. Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe and Peoria all ranked in the top 50, while Phoenix finished 87th. The top three cities were Fremont, California, Overland Park, Kansas and San Jose.
A newly released report on a fatal crash involving a pickup truck and a group of cyclists last year near Phoenix casts doubt about the driver’s claim that the vehicle’s steering locked up.
Police are investigating after a student allegedly brought a gun to a high school in Buckeye on Wednesday.
Police say 48-year-old Marcus Smith was found dead near Elden Street and Route 66. It's unclear how Smith died, but the case is being investigated as a homicide.
Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes is claiming a widespread price-fixing conspiracy artificially jacked up apartment rent prices in the Phoenix and Tucson communities, forcing thousands of families to pay more than what they should have.
A dust storm rolled through the Phoenix area Wednesday afternoon.
From an afternoon of dusty weather in parts of the Valley to a rather shocking story involving a Florida couple, here's a look at our top stories.
A cyberattack against Change Healthcare is having an impact in Arizona, as patients and pharmacies find it hard to fill prescriptions. Change Healthcare has offered no clear update on when the disruption will end.