A WNBA star turned coach has made a mark in the Valley on the court and in the community.
According to Phoenix police, the crash happened near 32nd Avenue and Southern on August 2 at 10:30 p.m. after the driver was shot by a suspect and drove off the road and into the home.
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.
On July 16, construction crews were seen working on the light rail extension in South Phoenix.
Frances Xavier Parsons says these community gardens provide a healthier and more sustainable way of living and eating for urban areas by teaching families how to become their own farmers and grow their own food.
The heat is posing a challenge to medical workers and others during COVID-19 testing.
A man was found shot dead outside a gas station along Southern Avenue late Thursday night.
Two large unresponsive dogs were pulled from the home and are now conscious and alert.
Phoenix Fire officials say a one-year-old child has been taken to the hospital, after he was found in a pool at a South Phoenix home.
A Grand Jury in Maricopa County has officially charged a woman in connection with the killing of three children.
A memorial for three children who were found dead in South Phoenix on Monday continues to grow, as chilling details from the case began to surface. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
Friends of a woman who confessed to killing her three children paint a rather different picture of Rachel henry. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
After 11 days in the hospital, a teenager injured by Phoenix Police is finally going home, amidst ongoing controversy surrounding his mistaken identity arrest. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports.
A macaw that went missing near the Dobbins Lookout in South Phoenix has reportedly been found.
The family of a man who was arrested by Phoenix Police in a case of mistaken identity is disputing Phoenix Police's account of what happened.
Phoenix Police officials say a man they arrested in connection with an armed robbery incident on January 9 was actually not the suspect, but the suspect's brother.
The family of a woman killed by a hit-and-run driver is making a plea for the driver responsible to come forward.
Officials with the Phoenix Police Department say they have arrested two people in connection with a shooting Thursday morning that seriously injured a man.
Officials with a charter school in South Phoenix claim vandalism is to blame for water problems on campus Monday.
A third suspect is reportedly still on the loose, after police arrested two people in connection with a string of robberies that happened on the driveway of homes in South Phoenix. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.