A police helicopter followed the Dodge Charger through Tempe and Phoenix before officers used a “grappler” device to stop the suspect.
Police in Tempe say Charles Ryan, the former director of the Arizona Department of Corrections, is in custody after an incident where he pointed a gun at officers at a home.
A suspect is in custody after reports of a shooting in Mesa led to a pursuit through the Valley. Mesa Police say the incident started as a possible shooting near Main Street and Stapley Drive. Officers spotted a vehicle that may have been involved in the shooting and followed it through Tempe and Phoenix. Police used a grappler to stop the suspect who was taken into custody.
FOX 10's Steve Nielsen visits with Jordan Maddocks, a Rock 'N' Roll Marathon runner.
People traveled across the country to Phoenix to participate in the Rock n' Roll 5K marathon on Saturday, and the crowds were certainly ready to hit the pavement once again.
Interstate 17 will be closed in both directions between Northern and Peoria avenues because of a Valley Metro light rail extension project.
At one point, fire crews from Gilbert, Guadalupe and Phoenix were called to battle the blaze.
Members of the Tempe City Council say the new plan will help direct callers to the appropriate help that is needed.
Brummitt was allegedly manipulating the safety on the gun when it went off, killing his friend who was lying on the couch.
The shooting happened at a home near McClintock and Apache Boulevard just before 2 a.m. on Jan. 8.
Tempe has only received 2,400 test kits from Maricopa County due to a nationwide test shortage.
Wearing a mask will be part of the spring semester at Arizona State University as coronavirus infections surge. FOX 10's Matt Galka has the details on how people are dealing with college life during the pandemic.
If you live in Tempe, you might have noticed some trouble with your trash pickup. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has more on how the city is facing the same trouble as millions of businesses across the country: staffing shortages.
Staffing shortages are forcing the closure of Oreganos restaurants on University Drive in Tempe and on Shea Boulevard in Scottsdale.
Kyrene School District announced that schools would be requiring masks indoors on all campuses and district facilities starting Jan. 3.
Events being hosted in the Phoenix area for New Year's Eve aren't letting the anticipated winter storm rain on their festivities.
Vitalant says 500 blood donors are needed as it's experiencing a depleted supply due to several factors – so it hosted a "Saving Arizona" blood drive on Jan. 2 at the Tempe Center for the Arts.
Many in the Phoenix area and across Arizona are getting into the holiday spirit by heading to tree lightings, taking photos with Santa, ice skating and more. We have the latest holiday happenings from across the state.
11-year-old Jimi "Monty" Hernandez was accepted into Arizona State University with plans to become a pediatric neurologist. He will be studying biochemistry, then head to medical school after graduating from ASU.
The cancelation comes as games across the country are being postponed or canceled due to a surge in coronavirus cases.