The City of Mesa has opened a new outdoor dining area so people can enjoy a meal safely, while supporting local businesses.
Mesa police say officers were conducting a traffic stop just before 2 a.m. near Second Street and Mesa Drive when they heard a gunshot.
Mesa officials hope the communal outdoor dining area in Downtown Mesa will help draw in diners, and provide support to local restaurants.
Mesa Police say Cole Lewis, who was last seen near Signal Butte and Warner Roads on Jan. 14. has been found.
Mesa Police officials say another person has been arrested in connection with the deadly October 2020 shooting at a strip mall in West Mesa.
A Mesa man’s wheelchair has been found and returned by a Good Samaritan after it was stolen while we was visiting a friend.
The City of Mesa says residents are invited to create Little Libraries "to inspire a love of reading through book exchanges and fostering connections in neighborhoods." A raffle is being held through Jan. 19 and one winner will be chosen from each of six Mesa City Council Districts. More information at www.mesaaz.gov/littlelibraries.
Good news for Arizona families who have been taking advantage of the free school lunches available across the Valley: the federal program offering the free meals has been extended. FOX 10 spoke with Mesa Public Schools to learn more about their free meal program.
Passengers traveling through Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport who want to get tested for COVID-19 can do it for free at the airport. Schedule an appointment at: www.labfinder.com/aza
After thieves stole hundreds of dollars in equipment from National Comedy Theatre in Mesa, the community stepped in to help the struggling business in a big way. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
When crews arrived at the scene, they began to fight the fire from inside the restaurant, but pieces of the roof started to collapse, so firefighters were forced to battle the fire from the outside.
Two people suffered gunshot wounds outside of Gabby's Sports Bar and Grill, but are expected to survive, Mesa officials say.
The semi crashed into a home with 10 people inside on New Year's Eve, and left a 50-year-old man dead.
Firefighters say someone tossed fireworks into the trash, which sparked a fire at a home near Stapley and McKellips. No one was injured in the fire, but it did leave two people displaced.
"Sure enough, someone came in the property and within five minutes, stole a thousand, two thousand dollars worth of stuff," Ryan Pfutzenreuter said.
American Speed Wash located near Gilbert Road and the US 60 in Mesa wanted to get its huge holiday display up and running at the start of December, however, a Grinch ruined those plans by stealing thousands of dollars worth from the attraction.
In the first phase of the COVID-19 rollout, staff and residents of assisted living facilities are included. They began receiving shots on Dec. 28.
The city of Mesa has five 24/7 Christmas tree recycling locations. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
ADOT cameras showed the woman getting out of her car on the L-202 near McKellips Road to calm down the injured dog. The dog is doing well, the owner said days later.
The city of Mesa is helping residents get rid of their Christmas trees as they start to take down their decorations. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen has more.