A K-9 on patrol, but Lucas the shelter dog isn't working, he's looking for a new home and Phoenix Police Officer Alex Ruiz is trying to help.
People who use wheelchairs sometimes face a bit of a challenge when they need to find parking, and to help with that, the Phoenix Ability Center is rolling out the Valley's first-ever 3D accessible parking aisle.
Chandler police are trying to track down the person breaking into cars in a neighborhood.
The Scottsdale Police Department says after a lengthy investigation that began in August, they've made in an arrest in a case involving a man accused of peeping into the windows of homes.
Social media and technology are big players in this case, along with the help of witnesses as police say two drug deals started on Snapchat, but ended with two murders. FOX 10's Justin Lum reports.
A Phoenix man believed to be an abortion doctor is accused of pointing a gun at protesters. Phoenix Police arrested him on suspicion of aggravated assault.
Able Aerospace works on repairing helicopters and airplanes of all kinds, and they are expanding their operation in Mesa.
The National Transportation Safety Board is moving to determine the probable cause of the first fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle.
The lawsuit was filed in 1977 amid allegations that the civil rights of inmates had been violated.
Nearly 80 percent of the new jobs were created in Phoenix metro area.
Crews from the Arizona Department of Transportation will be working on several areas of the Valley this weekend, causing some freeways to be completely shut down.
Arizona State University police are investigating an alleged sexual assault that happened on campus after the victim met the suspect through social media.
A federal jury in Arizona has convicted a former Hopi law enforcement officer accused of sexually assaulting a female in custody.
AZ Kicking and Training is run by the Zendejas family, where they teach young athletes all aspects of the special teams positions.
A mutilated animal and a dead dog were discovered in the same dirt lot in Glendale in just a span of a week.
The woman accused of helping Maricopa County Assesor, Paul Petersen, in an alleged adoption fraud scheme pleaded not guilty today.
The decorated floats, the marching bands, local celebrities, and of course the giant parade balloons make the Fiesta Bowl Parade a feast for the eyes.
Firefighters say no one was injured after a first-alarm shed fire behind a west Phoenix strip mall spread to two nearby businesses.
Appellate judges who will decide whether to reverse Jodi Arias’ murder conviction in the gruesome 2008 killing of her former boyfriend grappled Thursday with who was responsible for whipping up publicity during the salacious trial and whether alleged misconduct by a prosecutor should cause the verdict to be tossed.
The president of the Republic of the Marshall Islands applauded U.S. authorities for arresting an Arizona elected official accused of running an illegal adoption scheme involving pregnant Marshallese women.