Scottsdale Police are investigating a shooting and barricade situation on the night of Sunday, April 11, the department says.
From sword fights to jousting matches, people are sure to be entertained at Medieval Times in Scottsdale, and FOX 10 photojournalist Brian Kae has a look at what goes on behind the scenes at the event.
Medieval Times in Scottsdale is resuming school matinees starting April 9. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Charles Rodrick of Scottsdale and Brent Oesterblad are accused of obtaining information from the National Predator Database’s site and posting it on a site created by Rodrick.
Scottsdale Police say 73-year-old John Heggblom was found in Mexico on April 5. He was transferred back to the United States to a hospital as a precaution. He will be reunited with his family.
Robert Fisher is wanted for the murder of his wife and children in 2001. 20 years later, the search for the murder suspect is ongoing, with both FBI and people outside law enforcement involved in the search, FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.
Due to the pandemic, SeaTrek at Odysea Aquarium has been closed for over a year, and now, the attraction is welcoming back guests. SeaTrek is a diving experience that puts people deep in large underwater environments. FOX 10 photojournalist Joe Tillman has more.
Cigna will handle the day-to-day operations at WestWorld, which will be used as a vaccination site through the end of June.
As parts of Arizona see higher temperatures, the number of snake calls is increasing. There is no doubt it is now rattlesnake season.
The gear firefighters wear helps keep them alive, but it can also be repurposed. One Arizona firefighter is using the old gear to make new items.
In 2020, many churches had to scale down or even cancel Sunday service due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, some churches are resuming their services. FOX 10 spoke with Dave Rennick, Senior Pastor of North Scottsdale United Methodist Church, about their plans.
Leopard Aviation, a new flight school located in Scottsdale and Mesa, has expanded its fleet of pilot-training aircraft. More information at www.leopardaviation.com
A man and his real life Mario Kart made their way to Arizona while on a country-wide adventure and throughout the Valley, he's been spreading joy and fun photo ops.
Old Town Scottsdale was packed for the first Friday night since Gov. Ducey relaxed some COVID-19 restrictions. People in the area say they have seen a big change in the crowds in recent days, as well as the number of people wearing masks.
A high tech solution is being used at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale to keep the area clean for bidders amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A special blood drive is happening on March 24 at Scottsdale Quarter in honor of Red Cross Giving Day. More information at https://www.redcross.org/donate/giving-day.html/
The focus of overall wellness is paramount at Village Health Clubs & Spas as many begin to seek a life full of health as much of the world continues to heal from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. FOX 10 Photojournalist Brian Kae gives us a look inside the club and spa.
Two years after he was fired, a Scottsdale Police Commander is still fighting to get his job back, saying he lost his job because of retaliation for an incident he reported about the assistant police chief.
Barrett Jackson is back and showing of its classic cars at WestWorld of Scottsdale on Saturday, March 20. FOX 10 Photojournalist Tom Fergus shows us more.
The event, which is frequented by car lovers, kicks off on March 20 at Westworld, and it features an impressive line-up of cars, live music, and a historic warplane flyover. FOX 10's Tom Fergus has more.