A woman is accused of pointing a gun at another woman while during a confrontation at an East Valley shopping center, according to Tempe Police.
Among the 11,000 firms approved for at least $150,000 in loans, several sectors dominated — restaurants, medical, dental and law offices, and construction contractors. More than 150 religious organizations — mainly churches — and nearly as many schools also were approved for loans.
Varsity Tavern on Mill Avenue is under investigation for multiple violations, including allegedly allowing employees who were known to have tested positive for COVID-19 to continue working.
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office said 34-year-old Trisha Lynn Weaver remains jailed without bond on suspicion of conspiracy, illegally conducting an enterprise and possession of a dangerous drug for sale.
Tempe Mayor-elect Corey Woods announced he tested positive for coronavirus.
During Governor Doug Ducey's statewide lockdown, ASU professor Rolf Halden says levels remained normal, but in the days and weeks that followed, Halden noticed a disturbing trend.
The City of Tempe is relocating one of its cooling centers to the Pyle Adult Recreation Center provide a central location for residents for people to cool off during these hot temperatures.
People in Tempe are calling for the arrest of a woman accused of pointing a gun at another woman during an argument near McClintock Drive and Rio Salado Parkway.
The Tempe City Council will award the family of Antonio Arce, 14, who was shot and killed by a Tempe Police officer back in January 2019. The officer resigned from the department 4 months after the incident.
Arizona State University is hosting the "Tribal Lands Emergency Supply Drive," where drive-through donations are being accepted to benefit those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. FOX 10's Anita Roman has the details.
Protesters gathered in Tempe on Tuesday night, as the school board meets to determine options to return to class following the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.
Tempe announced its pools will be reopening, but there will be health precautions taken, such as limiting the number of people at the pool at a time.
Big Surf Waterpark in Tempe is closing all 2020 after COVID-19 cases have continued to spike in the state.
Officials with a fast food chain have issued a statement following a racist incident at its Tempe location involving three ASU football players.
The Kyrene School District provided a return to school plan on Tuesday as students await returning to school amid the coronavirus pandemic. One of the new safety protocols is students being required to wear masks.
What began as a trip to get food turned into a racist incident for three members of ASU's football team. They also accused the fast food store's manager of escalating the situation. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
Tempe officials are searching for a sexual assault suspect.
Gov. Ducey isn't requiring masks as virus cases grow - and public reaction is mixed toward his response.
FOX 10 spoke to a Tempe virologist about how the summer weather might affect the spread of coronavirus.
Employees, students and visitors will be required to wear a face masks on all four ASU campuses effective immediately.