Unemployment is taxable income, and as a result, those who filed for unemployment will receive the appropriate tax forms. However, this also means some are about to find out that they have been victimized by identity theft.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
Investigators say the victim was involved in an argument with her 31-year-old fiancé when the stabbing occurred. Witnesses reported to police that the suspect left the home after the stabbing.
Agave Farms is asking for help after hundreds of plants, gardening tools, delivery trucks and more were vandalized on Jan. 22 and 23. If you have any information, you're asked to call the Phoenix Police Department.
An investigation is underway after a man died from apparent gunshot wounds in North Phoenix, according to Phoenix Police officials.
Two people were burned overnight at a home in Glendale during an accident with a barbecue grill. Firefighters say the incident happened at a home near 59th Avenue and Cactus. The extent of the victims' injuries are unknown at this time.
In comparison, 1,869 wildfires burned 384,942 acres on all land jurisdictions in 2019 and some 2,000 wildfires burned an estimated 165,000 acres in 2018.
The Department of Health Services reported 5,918 additional known cases and 195 deaths, increasing the pandemic totals to 738,561 cases and 12,643 deaths.
The new, Black history-related billboard replaces a prior billboard that featured Anti-Trump messages.
A 12-year-old Scottsdale girl never gave up on her dream of dancing even after being diagnosed with bone cancer and having one of her legs amputated.
Popcorn is a favorite snack for many, and for one Arizona brothers, it is also a product that allowed them to help the community they serve.
After months of taking the bus and biking to work, a mother is finally surprised a car by a generous auto body shop. She's a mother of three with two jobs.
A Chandler doctor is providing the COVID-19 vaccine to his patients, helping those who are older receive the vaccine sooner and without having to wait in long lines.
Mud is not the only thing that crew members with SRP can find when they clean the 131 miles of canals across the Valley.
You've heard of curbside pick up for groceries and food, but how about the library? The service has gotten popular during the pandemic. FOX 10 Photojournalist Joe Tillman shows us how the process works. Curbside service is available for Phoenix Public Library customers with a current account.
The Republican-dominated board defended the accuracy of the county’s election results while acknowledging that a full audit may help dispel what members called “disinformation” about their accuracy.
The Phoenix Police Department said on Jan. 1 a witness reported seeing a wrong-way driver at about 6 a.m. on Cactus Road. The witness continued following the wrong-way vehicle, which eventually crashed into the police SUV.
ADOT says the text message does not come from them and "is a phony attempt to get people to hand over their personal identifying information."
Christian Brothers Automotive in Gilbert is presenting a Valley woman who works two jobs and commutes hours a day via bike and bus a donated vehicle that has been fixed up.
Cafe Valley Bakery in Phoenix makes packaged goods that are sold in Valley grocery stores and on Jan. 28, the business is holding a job fair with on-the-spot job offers, including up to $1,000 in hiring bonuses.