Police say a suspect was shot by a homeowner early Wednesday morning after trying to break into his north Phoenix home.
Some Valley students are in for a big surprise, as they are getting computers to help with virtual learning.
It was a somber morning in the Valley as a slain Phoenix police commander was laid to rest.
Police say a woman was found dead inside a vehicle in a Phoenix parking garage near 16th Street and Northern.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has sparked widespread unemployment across the country due to many businesses being forced to shut down or adjust hours, some companies are still hiring.
With all Arizona salons closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell visits a Valley hair salon to get some at-home hair care tips and tricks.
In response to ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Arizona Department of Corrections Rehabilitation and Reentry says inmates are making masks that will be worn by employees.
With many businesses closed in the Valley amid COVID-19, the Phoenix Fire Department says they're seeing an influx of people hitting the hiking trails, and that could lead to more rescues for the department.
“It’s an essential business. People are going to still need transportation,” says NARPRO employee James Garnand.
In a lot of ways, you can say that anxiety is at an all time high while social isolating during the COVID-19 crisis.
People in need are connected to those who can help.
￼￼￼￼￼The￼ Camden Living CEO unveiled a bold plan Monday for his 159 communities across the United States, several of them in the Valley like Camden Copper Square near downtown Phoenix.
Trying to save the roof over your head. That's on the minds of millions right now. The COVID-19 crisis has forced people out of work and forced them to make tough choices. FOX 10's Linda Williams has the details.
As the Arizona Dept. of Economic Security has been flooded with unemployment claims, they've quadrupled their staff in the call center, but many say they still can't get through. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen has the details.
Officials say it's not a money issue, but problems with the supply chain. And even though supplies have been sent from the federal stockpile, it's not nearly enough.
Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order on April 6 that halted evictions for small businesses and nonprofits that are not able to make rent payments due to financial hardship caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Arizona’s top prosecutor has ordered a Phoenix dispensary to stop marketing its products as treatments for the coronavirus.
Employment lawyer Josh Black joins FOX 10 Arizona Morning to discuss the process of applying for unemployment amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Police say a man was found shot and killed early Monday morning inside a van in Phoenix.
Phoenix Police Officers responded to three shooting reports Sunday night within minutes of each other, and they are all related, the department said.