Newly released Phoenix Police bodycam footage shows people running for their lives from a man who was shot dead inside a restaurant on March 3.
Troopers found the group of immigrants near I-10 and Ray Road, DPS said on April 16.
Two people died after a collision with a tow truck in Phoenix near 83rd Avenue and McDowell Road on Friday.
Independent theaters in Arizona have been waiting for COVID-19 relief money from Congress as concerts have been almost nonexistent during the pandemic. Now, they're running into an issue while applying for the money.
In March, Gilbert Public Schools laid off more than 150 teachers and staff just as schools began welcoming students and school employees back to campus, but now they're offering employees raises.
According to Phoenix Police, the incident happened on Friday morning when the suspect in a blue sedan opened fire at a motorcycle officer, fled the scene and crashed into several other vehicles along southbound I-17 at Greenway Road.
"We can confirm two suspects are in custody and both were transported to a local hospital," police said on April 16. "There are no outstanding suspects."
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office unveiled a new helicopter on April 16 that's dedicated to Deputy Kenneth Blair who was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence incident in 1995. The new helicopter has heavy rescue capability, is more efficient, and is also better suited for warm weather and high altitudes.
The state’s totals rose to 852,570 cases and 17,153 deaths, according to the Department of Health Services’ coronavirus dashboard.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
The "Mesa College Promise" is a program where eligible graduating Mesa high school students can attend Mesa Community College for two years for free. FOX 10's Anita Roman has the details.
Tony Kasowski has some tips and tricks to get your garden ready for the summer. FOX 10's Anita Roman has the story.
KROC Center's new camp gives parents a sense of relief knowing their kids can have fun this summer in a safe environment. If you register by April 17, you get 10% off the registration fee. FOX 10's Tom Fergus has the details.
Beginning Monday, April 19, Cory is headed to places you may want to take your family.
With marijuana now legal in Arizona, people convicted of using the drug are wondering, what happens to their criminal records as many want them to be cleared.
Officer involved shootings are a very emotional issue across the country, especially for people of color. And in Phoenix, one group wants to bring awareness to their alternative policing proposal. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
He should have been looking forward to summer and spending time with friends. Instead a teen's family is making funeral arrangements after he was shot near Broadway and Gilbert roads.
Police are investigating after an injured woman and two people were found dead in a home near Brown and Ellsworth roads.
The Arizona Department of Health is partnering with the Centers for Disease Control and local health departments to investigate 298 confirmed vaccine breakthrough cases in the state.
A group of parents gathered on April 15 to ask Governor Doug Ducey to veto Senate Bill 1456, which they say is discriminatory.