Leah Stenzel, owner of Le Bella Salon and Medspa in Scottsdale, says she's closing her shop because of concerns for her business and employees amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Scottsdale Police officials have released new details surrounding a deadly pedestrian crash involving a City of Scottsdale trash truck Wednesday morning.
Officials with the Scottsdale Police Department say officers are investigating the death of a person at a golf course Wednesday.
The pomp and circumstance, the stage, the walk, the handing of the diploma.
The Maricopa County Community College District says all in-person Commencement and Convocation ceremonies scheduled for April and May 2020 have been canceled amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Many restaurants that are now closed because of the coronavirus are getting creative to keep their doors open -- including selling kitchen staples to go along to-go orders.
With schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, students are still learning, but via the web. FOX 10's Matt Rodewald reports.
Arizona school districts are bringing the classroom into people's homes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A Scottsdale business is using their vodka-distilling experience to get creative and help the community during the coronavirus pandemic. FOX 10's Tom Fergus has the details.
With many places closed due to COVID-19, one Valley yoga teacher is delivering lessons via another medium. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
A woman is accused of stealing a taxi and biting a deputy in Scottsdale.
With many gyms shut down as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, people are now looking to work out at home, and that is making exercise equipment a hot commodity.
A school district in the Valley is making sure no child goes hungry during the coronavirus pandemic. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
During these very uncertain times, people are still doing their part to spread a little kindness, and that kindness was recently shown to a server at a Scottsdale restaurant in a big way.
A Scottsdale bakery may have closed its doors temporarily Tuesday due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it had a little fun prior to its closure in hopes of brighten up its customers' moods.
Scottsdale nightlife could be coming to a halt. Multiple hospitality groups have announced they are shutting their doors.
As the deadly coronavirus pandemic continues, officials with Mayo Clinic say they will defer all elective care that can be deferred.
With the 50th Scottsdale Arts Festival being canceled due to coronavirus concerns, businesses are feeling the economic impact, including food truck vendors.
As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, Arizona's tourism industry is starting to take a hit, with hotel occupancy numbers starting to slip.
Amidst the coronavirus outbreak across the country, facilities in Arizona are taking some steps to try and keep the virus away because of the serious risk it poses to the senior community.