According to police, the body was found on July 19 in a canal near Scottsdale and Camelback Roads. The body was found in the same area where a missing man was last seen.
For those who love hanging out with friends, enjoying a drink or two and solving puzzles, a Puzzle Ride might be a thing for them to do, and it is being offered in Old Town Scottsdale.
If you're looking for a place to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Cien Agaves Tacos & Tequila in Old Town Scottsdale boasts more than 100 types of tequila. FOX 10's Cory McCloskey has the details.
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.
The "Hijacked by Science" mobile escape room is a way for parents to educate and entertain their kids by taking them on a scavenger hunt through Old Town Scottsdale on a golf cart. More information at https://puzzlerides.com/rides.
Anyone that wants to make a podcast but needs help with equipment or production can visit PodPopuli in Old Town Scottsdale. More information at https://podpopuli.com/locations/scottdale-arizona/.
Even though COVID-19 is ravaging Arizona, many people are still flocking to Old Town Scottsdale for New Year's Eve.
Old Town Scottsdale was packed with last-minute shoppers as they checked out local small businesses.
As Old Town Scottsdale grows busier with the holidays growing closer, some people are still on their toes when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mark Taylor is accused of sexually assaulting an intoxicated passenger in his Uber in Scottsdale on Oct. 24.
After being shut down for over a month, Valley bars agree to follow health guidelines to be able to open their doors once again.
The health department announced on Oct. 6 that Glow Shots & Cocktails in Tempe, Bottled Blonde in Scottsdale, and Casa Amigos in Scottsdale will be allowed to reopen.
A new Hilton hotel opened up in Old Town Scottsdale with a rooftop lounge, a pool, and COVID-19 precautions.
Two bars in Old Town Scottsdale were given notices to immediately shutter their doors on Aug. 29 after reportedly violating COVID-19 guidance by the state of Arizona.
Arizona has now had a total of 201,661 coronavirus cases since the pandemic started and at least 5,030 fatalities. Of the case total, more than 130,000 have occurred in Maricopa County.
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.
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.
Scottsdale police say two women were seriously injured and a man was arrested after an SUV crashed into a restaurant Thursday night.
After videos of crowded bars and throngs of partygoers in Old Town Scottsdale went viral, the city's mayor says he's personally spoken with several bar and club owners about following the governor's public health guidelines. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports.
Scottsdale nightlife could be coming to a halt. Multiple hospitality groups have announced they are shutting their doors.