Willa Mae the shelter dog became a therapy dog after her owner, a psychiatrist, adopted her and trained her.
One Valley family recounts the battle against COVID-19 that cost the owner of a Scottsdale Mexican food restaurant his life. FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez reports.
Some school districts will offer parents the option to choose how their children will attend class, while other districts will go fully digital for a portion of the school year. FOX 10's Justin Lum reports.
Chef Brian Archibald says the restaurant needs to fill at least 40 positions before the grand opening. So far, dozens of candidates have come to the restaurant with resumes in hand for an interview.
Among the 11,000 firms approved for at least $150,000 in loans, several sectors dominated — restaurants, medical, dental and law offices, and construction contractors. More than 150 religious organizations — mainly churches — and nearly as many schools also were approved for loans.
Two Valley restaurants are now closed after a couple of employees were reportedly infected with coronavirus.
A man was assaulted in Scottsdale on June 28th and due to his injuries, he can't recall clearly what happened. The Scottsdale Police Department is asking for help to identify those who may be involved in the crime.
The CEO of Mountainside Fitness says he will head to court to defend his right to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic. He says the state isn't taking into account the safety protocols he's put into place to keep his members safe.
Take the family to Odysea Aquarium where they're celebrating sharks for Jaw-some July with educational programs.
The suspect involved in a deadly shooting at a Scottsdale convenience store early Friday morning has been identified.
2 people are dead following a shooting at a convenience store in Scottsdale.
The Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control has suspended three licenses at two Life Time locations after they remained open in violation of Governor Doug Ducey's executive order.
Downs had more than 10,000 hours on air and worked for several major network news shows.
By early June, Dilla Libre owner Mike Bomb says the City of Scottsdale told him to take the mural down. They also issued Bomb a warning that the restaurant could face fines of up to $2,500 a day as long as the mural stays up, and Bomb could face up to 60 days in jail.
After working in a profession that been largely appreciated during the COVID-19 pandemic, valley healthcare workers are turning the thanks to local law enforcement agencies. They are making posters with positive messages and wrapping blue ribbon around poles in a show of support.
Scottsdale crews spent nearly four hours rescuing a horse from a canal early Saturday morning.
Most of the night clubs in Arizona's Old Town Scottsdale temporarily closed over the weekend as they've been labeled "bad actors" but the governor for violating health guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
8 more people were arrested by the Scottsdale Police Department after reportedly participating in looting and other criminal acts on May 30th during the George Floyd protests. 44 people have been arrested since the incident.
After several bars in Old Town Scottsdale temporarily close down just hours after Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey publicly reprimanded them for not complying with health guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic, the city's mayor speaks out.
A nightclub in Old Town Scottsdale was charged with a misdemeanor for not complying with new health and safety guidelines set by Governor Doug Ducey.