A man who moved to the East Valley over two decades ago retired from his day job as a firefighter, and is now making some truly unique Arizona wine. FOX 10's Christina Carilla reports, in this week's edition of Made In Arizona.
Officials with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office announced Tuesday afternoon that they will not prosecute a 37-year-old in connection with the death of a child in September 2019.
The Town of Gilbert held a big family festival at the Gilbert Farmer's Market Saturday to celebrate Arizona Coyotes Day.
One of the three people killed in a U.S. base attack in Kenya reportedly has a connection to the East Valley. FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez reports.
On this chilly January morning, 78-year-old Irby Blakesley embarked on a journey she had been dreaming about all of her life.
If you look at statistics from years past, most Americans resolve to get fit and healthy, about 50%, so one Valley health club is helping them do just that in 2020. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Some residents in Arizona’s most populous county are fed up with what they say is a lack of consequences for illegal burning.
As authorities continue to look for missing seven-year-old Joshua "JJ" Vallow and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan, family members are speaking out, saying they optimism is fading over whether the two are still alive. FOX 10's Matt Rodewald reports.
A man with autism who went missing after wandering away from his father's vehicle in Gilbert has been found safe.
Besides flying for fun, drones are becoming more popular in a wide range of industries, and that means the need for drone engineers and pilots are increasing. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
Gilbert Police officials say a 37-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death of a child inside a hot car back in early September 2019.
The town of Gilbert and an elementary school in the East Valley city are facing a possible legal challenge after six students contracted the E-Coli bacteria. FOX 10's Brian Webb has more on the notice of claim that has been filed.
There are so many clubs at schools for students to choose from, but one club at a Valley school is getting very popular and educators are pretty pleased.
Spending the holidays in the hospital is never ideal, and for one man, that's his reality this year and he's making the best of it.
Many families send out Christmas cards during the holiday season, but one local family has taken their Christmas greeting to a whole new level.
Not Your Typical Deli in Gilbert opened its doors several years ago with a special purpose in mind and business is booming.
The Bases and Badges event is held to collect toys for the department's annual toy drive during the holidays. The game is between the city of Gilbert's police and fire department.
As the day went on, crews with the National Weather Sevice surveyed the damage to determine if it was caused by tornadoes, and late Friday afternoon, officials with NWS confirmed to FOX 10 that tornadoes did blow through three locations in the Valley. One of the locations affected was Roadrunner Park in Phoenix. The other two locations were in Mesa and Gilbert.
The "Light the World" campaign sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints kicked off this morning just as the Sun came out in downtown Gilbert.
It's an old-fashioned tradition here in Gilbert.