Tempe holding public meetings over its proposed tobacco ordinance; here's what you should know
The City of Tempe is looking at, among other things, restricting more people from buying tobacco products. Here's what you should know about the city's proposed tobacco ordinance.
Coyotes slam 'false accusations' as proposed Tempe entertainment district continues to draw controversy
The proposed Arizona Coyotes entertainment district continues to cause controversy among Tempe residents and the project's developer as the CEO of the NHL team says, "Unfortunately our opponents continue to advance false accusations."
Arizona art students have their work displayed thanks to their teachers
19 Valley art teachers are making sure their students' projects are in the spotlight by displaying their works of art on the big stage. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen takes a look.
Motorcyclist killed in crash near US 60 in Tempe
Tempe police say the motorcycle rider was heading southbound at a high rate of speed when they lost control and rear-ended another vehicle.
Tempe Diablos using spring training to help the community
If you head out to spring training today, your dollar aren't just going to the teams. One organization is working hard to put that money back into the community. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
5-year-old dead, 2 other juveniles injured after Tempe shooting
A shooting reportedly broke out between two vehicles near 52nd Street and Broadway in Tempe, leaving a juvenile dead and two others injured.
Phoenix-area freeway closures, restrictions this weekend: What to know for March 17-20
Watch out for closures on I-17, US 60 and I-10 this weekend.
Expo in Tempe shows future of Electric fleet amid transition to EVs
With a number of Arizona cities and universities looking at transforming their fleet of vehicles to EVs, a number of electric fleet vehicles are on display in Tempe, as part of an expo.
Pedestrian hurt in Tempe hit-and-run crash
Police are investigating a hit-and-run crash near Rural Road and Southern Avenue that left a pedestrian injured. Rural was shut down at Southern, and eastbound Southern was closed due to the investigation.
How the fall of Silicon Valley Bank will impact hundreds of Arizonans
The failure of Silicon Valley Bank sent panic across the tech industry, but how is that threatening jobs in Arizona? For one, there are hundreds of jobs on the line as SVB has had a presence in Tempe since 2012.
Driver detained following rollover crash in Tempe
Police say the crash happened near Baseline and Kyrene Roads underneath a railroad crossing arm. Impairment is believed to be a factor in the crash. The driver fled the scene after the crash but was found by officers and detained. Other people inside the car suffered minor injuries.
1 killed, 3 hospitalized following fiery Tempe crash, FD says
A person is dead and several others are seriously hurt following a fiery crash in Tempe on Sunday night, the fire department said.
Events, things to do in Phoenix this weekend: March 10-12
NASCAR Weekend, Rodeo Scottsdale, the Aloha Festival and more is happening in the Valley this weekend.
Pedestrian hit by car near ASU Tempe campus, in life-threatening condition
The collision happened just before midnight on Thursday night near Rural Road and Lemon Street.
Tempe tests 'all-pedestrian' crosswalk pilot program
The “all-pedestrian" crosswalk allows people to cross the street in any direction, including diagonally.
Arizona man accused of committing sexual act near high school rowing competition
A man is accused of performing a sexual act on himself while underage girls were nearby for an unrelated sporting event.
Athletes with disabilities complete major milestone in Tempe
Athletes with disabilities reached a major milestone after finishing a marathon in Tempe. FOX 10's Irene Snyder has more on the stories of the athletes checking off a major accomplishment from their bucket lists.
Tempe City Council votes to rename places named after KKK members: Here's what you should know
A number of streets and parks in Tempe will be renamed to remove references to KKK members, if council members in the East Valley city approve the change. Here's what you should know about the plan.
Tempe OKs plan to change street, park names with KKK ties
Among the changes, Hudson Park will now be Parque De Soza. East Laird Street will become Obregon Street after pioneer farmer Pete Obregon. Redden Park will be renamed for late activist and philanthropist Michelle Brooks-Totress.
In Phoenix for spring training? Check out these deals, events in the Valley
Get free tacos and discounted drinks around the Phoenix area if you're in town watching some spring training games.