With the Super Bowl Experience set to take place at the Phoenix Convention Center and Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix, and the game itself set to take place in Glendale, those who want to drive to attend the events could face some obstacles, from street closures to high parking fees.
The Super Bowl Experience kicked off in downtown Phoenix this weekend, just days away from the big game.
A shooting in downtown Phoenix left a man dead and two others in the hospital overnight. Police have identified the victim who died from his injuries.
With Super Bowl excitement in the Valley, First Friday serves as a kickoff of sorts for a week of festivities and events that lay ahead for the Phoenix area.
Residents at a Downtown Phoenix apartment complex recently received an e-mail, telling them that the complex's Social Club common area is closed during Super Bowl for private activities. Some residents say they are left frustrated by the decision.
In addition to free CPR training in Arizona, the league throughout February is raising money to support CPR education and youth sports safety efforts across the country.
"The officer passed out and was given Narcan," Phoenix Police Lt. Mark Tovar said. The officer was taken to a hospital and is awake and talking to medical staff.
A number of people in Downtown Phoenix heard the sound coming from a helicopter, as it was conducting low-level flights in the area. Here's what you should know about what it is doing, which is related to public safety ahead of the big game.
A man accused of shooting a Scottsdale police sergeant in downtown Phoenix on Friday, Jan. 6, was shot while being taken into custody in Tempe a day later and died from his injuries.
Part of Governor Katie Hobbs' budget plan involves a rollback of universal school vouchers that was previously passed by the state legislature, and that proposal is now being met with opposition.
Nearly two dozen people and businesses are suing the city of Phoenix - not for money, but to force their hand in taking action to deal with the homelessness crisis.
The 35-city Live Nation-backed “Madonna: The Celebration Tour” will kick off July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia before making a stop at the Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix on July 22.
A week after a shooting that left a Scottsdale Police sergeant wounded, some residents in the Roosevelt Row area of Downtown Phoenix say they are feeling less safe these days.
One of those events is a free fan village at Margaret T. Hance Park. Local band Jimmy Eat World and country music artist Lee Brice will perform at the event.
The homes will be on display from February to May, and after the display run is over, they will be transformed into transitional housing for the homeless.
Cleanup of "The Zone" follows a federal lawsuit filed by the ACLU where a judge put restrictions on how the city conducts sweeps and handles personal property.
“After speaking to witnesses, detectives learned there were multiple shooters while the victim was with a group inside a vehicle,” Sgt. Philip Krynsky said.
Mat Ishbia’s offer to buy the majority stake of the Phoenix Suns and WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, valuing them at $4 billion, is the biggest such deal in NBA history.
“During the foot chase, the man pointed a gun at the officers and fired at least one round in their direction,” Sgt. Melissa Soliz said. “The man continued to fire several rounds while running away from officers. It is unclear if all those shots were directed at officers or randomly being fired.”
Ricardo Martinez, 39, was hospitalized in life-threatening condition after the shooting near 2nd Avenue and Fillmore. Martinez later died at the hospital from his injuries.