Two people are dead following a rollover crash on Dec. 2 in Surprise.
Here's a list of holiday-themed events happening in the Phoenix metropolitan area this winter season.
A car was struck by a train Saturday afternoon in Surprise and the driver was rushed to the hospital. Arizona Fire and Medical posted photos of the crash.
The trees, planted by volunteers at an elementary school in Surprise, came as a gift from the APS and the Arizona Sustainability Alliance. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen reports.
Surprise business, VetLink Solutions, is helping disabled veterans get services and access to their benefits. We have what to know.
From NASCAR to polo championships to fall festivals, here's what's happening in the Phoenix area this weekend.
Surprise Police say the incident happened on Nov. 2 near 175th and Olive Avenues when a BNSF train collided with a pedestrian.
A Republican running to be on the Maricopa County Community College governing board is accused of public sexual indecency after he was seen inappropriately touching himself at a college campus.
Officers responded to a 911 call coming from a Days Inn room on Oct. 26 and found an unresponsive boy inside where drugs were also present, the Surprise Police Department says.
A 16-year-old boy was killed in a rollover UTV crash and another teen involved ran from the crash to get help, Surprise authorities say on Sept. 19.
An 11-year-old student in Surprise was arrested after he told another student he was going to bring a gun to school and kill others, the police department said.
Our top crime stories for the week of Aug. 22: a trooper rams into a wrong-way driver on Loop 101; an Arizona woman allegedly runs her boyfriend over; a Phoenix Circle K employee attacked by woman with brick; a toddler found alone, covered in animal feces; and a suspect dies after being shot by a security guard at a downtown Phoenix nightclub.
Police said at the time, the temperature was 102°F and the boy "was covered in what appeared to be animal fecal matter from head to toe, on his face, eyes and in between his toes."
The dogs, ranging in age from two days old to 17 years old, were surrendered to Sky Sanctuary Rescue in Cave Creek and to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
Heavy storms across the Valley leave behind plenty of damage, and a woman is seeing that very destruction in her pool after a tree that was imposing on her backyard for a year finally toppled over.
More than a hundred animals were rescued from a far West Valley homeless encampment, and now, these dogs are in need of a fur-ever home. FOX 10's Irene Snyder reports.
Police have named one of the three men killed in a Surprise "unprovoked" shooting as the suspect. The shooting happened the night of July 3, leaving wives and children left to pick up the pieces.
A Surprise man is in a lot of trouble after authorities accuse him of peeping into other people's homes.
Surprise Police arrested a man they say was caught peeping into windows in an apartment complex near 141st Avenue and Grand Avenue. Police took him into custody after a woman called 911 to report him, and say the woman's boyfriend chased after him and held him until officers arrived.
An elderly woman identified as the wrong-way driver was killed in the crash. The other driver was seriously injured. Two small children were also inside that car – a 2-year-old girl who later died at the hospital, and an 8-month-old boy who remains hospitalized in serious condition.