PHOENIX (AP) — Democratic lawmakers in Arizona have asked Republican Gov. Doug Ducey to call a special session to address police reform in the state following the death of George Floyd, according to a letter.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for the Phoenix Metro area, beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The state Department of Health Services on Wednesday also reported 40 new deaths. bringing the total who have died of the disease in Arizona to 981. Hospitals reported a total of 1,092 people were being treated for the virus as of Tuesday, with 379 of those in intensive care and 239 on ventilators.
Glendale Police have located the family of a young boy after they found him without his family on Wednesday morning, and he is being safely reunited with his parents.
Today, out-of-work crews in the entertainment, concert, and sports industries are invited to stop by Gila River Arena to pick up food boxes. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has the details.
Xavier College Preparatory is giving their seniors a proper send-off with a senior car crawl.
Yesterday was #BlackOutTuesday where millions of social media users posted black squares to support those fighting for racial justice. It was also a day where a lot of people spotlighted local black-owned businesses. West Alley BBQ in Chandler was overwhelmed with support, and because of that, they ran out of food. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has the details.
Firefighters say the boy was not breathing and family members were performing CPR when crews arrived at the scene.
The Scottsdale Unified School District is extending their free meal program for kids through June 24 as food insecurity continues to be an issue for many Arizonans struggling financially due to the pandemic.
Phoenix police said there were no arrests as one crowd marched in the heart of downtown and another gathered at the state Capitol about a mile to the west.
BBQ Trapp Haus in downtown Phoenix is just one of the many businesses that has had their momentum disrupted by the statewide curfew. However, this particular restaurant is receiving backing from residents in droves as people have turned their focus onto supporting Black-owned businesses in the state.
Businesses in Scottsdale suffered millions of dollars in damages from thefts and extensive vandalism on Saturday night.
The guard's mobilization is part of Governor Doug Ducey's emergency declaration that also instituted a statewide curfew.
Arizonans will live under a statewide, 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. curfew that will last until June 8.
Kolenovic told police he believed his family members were trying to pour a white substance down his throat while he slept. Police say he admitted to both stabbings.
As protestors continue to gather in Phoenix and other U.S. cities in the aftermath of George Floyd's death, a local group has an idea on how people can have their voices heard in another way.
A Litchfield Park woman was arrested after she allegedly kicked a woman in her stomach while she was seven months pregnant, according to court documents obtained by FOX 10.
More protesters were seen on streets across the Valley, amid national controversy over George Floyd's death. FOX 10's Matt Rodewald and Matt Galka report, in team coverage.
More details are coming out about the destruction inside Scottsdale's Fashion Square that transpired Saturday night.