The Bureau of Land Management will close 1,000 acres along the northern border of Mesa and Apache Junction in order to build a recreation area for hikers, bikers and horseback riders. Due to the project, all campsites will be closed, ending a 14-day camping rule. Property owners in the area have complained that homeless people often overstay their welcome and leave behind drug paraphernalia, trash and abandoned RVs.
A Peoria man has been indicted for murder by a grand jury in connection to a wrong-way crash that left a woman dead and her young daughter injured.
A horse rescue in Apache Junction is asking for help, as recent storms have left quite a mess for them to deal with. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen reports.
It's been a rainy few days in the Valley and some spots in Apache Junction saw nearly an inch of rain, leaving the Good Shepherd Healing Ministries Horse Rescue a wet and muddy mess. The horse rescue needs volunteers to help with flood damage clean up. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen reports.
A mother was killed in an Apache Junction wrong-way head-on crash and her daughter was hurt, the Arizona DPS said. The wrong way driver was treated at the hospital before he was arrested and booked into jail.
A mother was killed in an Apache Junction wrong-way head-on crash and her daughter was hurt, the Arizona DPS said. The wrong way driver is being treated at the hospital. Impairment is being investigated as a possible factor in this crash.
A plan is in the works to clean up parts of the desert near the Superstition Mountains. Both residents and outdoor enthusiasts have been pushed aside in recent years, by things like illegal dumping, squatters and make-shift drug dens.
Officials say the suspect was wanted in connection with a domestic violence incident that happened in San Tan Valley.
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Officials with DNA Doe Project say they have identified a woman whose remains were found in a rural part of the far East Valley in the early 1990s.
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Authorities in Wisconsin believe they've solved a 1985 cold case murder, charging a woman with the death of Yvonne Menke in an apparent love triangle gone wrong.
Five Army soldiers are dead after a helicopter crash during a routine training exercise overseas, and one of those soldiers was from Arizona.
Five U.S. Army Special Operations aviation soldiers were killed during routine flight training over the eastern Mediterranean Sea, the U.S. Department of Defense said in a statement. Andrew P. Southard, a 27-year-old Apache Junction man, was identified as one of the victims.
A barricade situation in Apache Junction turned deadly Sunday afternoon. Police say a person is dead while the suspect was arrested.
Because of the cloudy and stormy start to the week, the high at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix only reached a high of 91.
A dog rescue in the East Valley, Alone No More Dog Rescue, wants to be a matchmaker for people and pets. But first, they need the public's help.
DPS said Robert C. Moyer II, 45, of Peoria turned himself in at Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office headquarters in Phoenix and is accused of leaving the scene of a fatal collision.
The shooting, according to the PCSO spokesperson, happened during negotiation efforts, leaving the suspect dead. He was identified as 53-year-old Daniel Barnes.
From a fast-moving brush fire near the Phoenix area, to some shocking details emerging from a house fire in Glendale, here's a look at some of the top stories on FOX10Phoenix.com tonight.