From a shocking case of alleged adult abuse in the Phoenix area to plans for new, affordable apartments, here's a look at some of our top stories.
Court documents are shining a light on a disturbing case of alleged abuse involving an elderly woman. The suspect, identified as a 57-year-old, was arrested on Thursday.
A man in Surprise has been arrested in connection to a one-year-old boy dying after being found with fentanyl in his system.
We're getting a look at the father who's accused of letting his 10-year-old son drive on Loop 101 in Scottsdale on Sept. 2 while authorities accuse him of being drunk in the passenger seat.
Surprise Fire officials say a wholesale warehouse in the Northwest Valley city will remain closed for Aug. 29 as a result of a fire.
Earlier this year, IKEA announced its plan to build 17 new locations in the U.S. but hasn't picked where. So, with the store locations still a mystery, Surprise residents are getting creative to attract the giant home goods store.
Surprise Police say officers responded on Aug. 6 to a home near 179th Avenue and Greenway Road for reports of a 2-year-old boy who had fallen into a pool.
A toddler is in the hospital after being pulled from a backyard pool. It happened on Aug. 6 in Surprise near 179th Avenue and Greenway Road. Fire crews say the two-year-old was underwater for about five minutes and suffered respiratory arrest. A medical chopper flew the child to Phoenix Children's Hospital.
As Arizona continues to deal with a megadrought, some cities are offering incentives for people to use less water, as part of an effort to conserve water. Here's what you should know about the incentives.
The two most vulnerable groups during a heatwave are the homeless and the elderly, and police in Surprise went above and beyond during an “elderly heat check."
Four people including a firefighter were sent to the hospital after the second story of a Surprise home caught fire on Sunday night.
Police say a person is dead following an officer-involved shooting at a Walmart in Surprise where the suspect yelled “I have a gun." Officers were initially called there for an "unwanted person" report.
With students about to return to class, a school district in the Phoenix area held an active shooter training on June 21 for both staff members and school resource officers.
"These photos had been taken surreptitiously and without the women’s consent inside the business operated by Savage," police said.
A West Valley police officer has earned some bragging rights, after he won an award for being the fastest on a motorcycle. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
The Surprise Police Department is investigating a collision involving a bicyclist and a semi-truck that happened on April 3.
Our top crime stories for the week of March 27: A deadly shooting at a Surprise Walmart, Arizona teens caught on camera harassing self-driving Waymo car; person shot outside an Old Town Scottsdale nightclub; Cardinals' 'Hollywood' Brown sentenced in criminal speeding case; and a fugitive who faked his own death to avoid capture.
The Surprise Police Department has located two kids after their biological mother with no custodial rights took them.
Check out the Barbeque and Beer Festival, SandFest, FunBox, the Arizona Wine Month Grand Festival and more happening in Phoenix this weekend.
That same Triple Twist ticket also netted another $2,000 prize, making its total value $1,532,002.