Phoenix Police officials say charges have been filed against a Maryvale couple in connection with the death of a 13-year-old whose remains were found following a house fire in January 2020.
Phoenix Police officials say a 14-year-old has been arrested following a stabbing that left a 15-year-old dead.
Harvest Compassion Center, an organization that helps families in need in Phoenix and Maryvale, was gifted a brand-new AC unit from AAA Cooling Specialists.
The victim was found dead inside a home near Encanto Boulevard and 43rd Avenue in Maryvale, according to police.
A 34-year-old man has been arrested by police in Phoenix, in connection with a shooting in June 2020 that killed a 35-year-old man in Maryvale.
Phoenix Police officials say a man was taken into custody following a firearms incident in Maryvale.
In a tweet on Dec. 4, the Goodyear Police Department said Tate Robert Bomar was found dead. Phoenix Police officials say he is the victim in a deadly shooting in Maryvale.
A Glendale family has been surprised with $2,500 in gifts after losing their father to COVID-19 earlier this year.
An investigation is underway after a deadly shooting in Maryvale.
Officers responded to the parking lot of a grocery store near 43rd Avenue and McDowell Road at around 7:19 p.m. Once officers arrived at the scene, they found a man with a gunshot wound inside a car. The man was pronounced dead by fire crews.
A football player with an NFL team is crediting a Phoenix teacher for helping him, from the time he came to the U.S. from Africa as a refugee.
Police responded to a shooting call around 4 a.m. and found 19-year-old Andres Franco. Franco later died at the hospital, police say.
An arrest has been made in connection with a deadly stabbing in Maryvale during the late-night hours of Sept. 15, according to Phoenix Police officials.
Arizona officials said only about 15,000 of 60,000 test kits were used during a 12-day testing blitz in Phoenix’s hardest-hit Latino neighborhoods.
People can get tested at the two surge sites, located at Maryvale High School and South Mountain Park.
COVID-19 testing sites near Maryvale High School and South Mountain Park are offering more than 5,000 tests a day, but over the weekend, organizers say they fell short of that number despite the demand for tests in Arizona.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will test up to 5,000 people per day beginning Friday in South Phoenix and in Maryvale on the city’s west side. Both are areas where people have reported hours-long waits in the scorching heat for tests. The surge in testing is scheduled to last 12 days.
According to the Phoenix Fire Department, smoke is coming from a trailer that contains chemicals at the warehouse located near 75th Avenue and Van Buren.
Police are investigating following a shooting involving a Phoenix Police officer in Maryvale. The victim is identified as James Porter Garcia, 29.
As the pandemic explodes in diverse states like Arizona and Florida, people in communities of color who have been exposed to the virus are struggling to get tested.