Tempe Police received reports of a shooting near McClintock and University Drive, while Scottsdale PD found a man with a gunshot wound near Hayden and Osborn.
Beginning Dec. 7, the City of Tempe will re-close gyms and fitness centers inside Kiwanis, North Tempe, Escalante, and Westside community centers amid COVID-19. Sports tournaments will also be stopped temporarily to help avoid large group gatherings. The city said playgrounds will remain open.
The City of Tempe is offering free post-Thanksgiving saliva testing this week and every following Tuesday at the Cahill Senior Center. Register here: https://bit.ly/33CaNYT
Due to the pandemic, small Valley businesses that have struggled financially took part in Small Business Saturday but took sales to online.
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, there is no estimated time to reopen the freeway.
Tempe crews rescued a man out of a hole on the night of Saturday, Nov. 28, near Kyrene and Elliot roads.
Robinson-Earl followed up an 18-point performance in the season opener with a career-high 28 points on Thursday night to lead No. 3 Villanova over No. 18 Arizona State 83-74 in the championship game of the Empire Classic.
Thanksgiving in 2020 has taken on a different meaning for many Arizonans.
If you're a resident or employee in Tempe, you may qualify for rental or mortgage assistance if you've faced financial hardship due to COVID-19.
Some Arizona State University students took part in a worldwide challenge to create a mask that's not only comfortable and stylish, but also better at preventing the spread of the coronavirus -- and they made it to the semi-finals. John Patterson with the ASU Luminosity Lab team talks to FOX 10's Troy Hayden about the competition. Online: https://xprize.org/masksurvey
ASU Police are investigating after two female students were touched inappropriately by a man on the Tempe campus.
Josh Christopher is blessed with prodigious basketball talent and a strong inner drive, a combination that made him one of that nation’s top recruits in the class of 2020.
Kylie Thompson has been paralyzed since 2006, after she and her family were in a car accident in Utah.
With events getting cancelled as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, businesses at one East Valley city are suffering.
Firefighters made quick work of a brush fire that broke out in the early-morning hours of Nov. 16 near the Loop 202 and McClintock Road. Traffic along the freeway was not affected by the fire.
Police are asking for students to be on alert after an armed robbery on the main Arizona State University Tempe campus. Police say the armed robbery happened on the night of Nov. 15 at Marina Heights and Rio Salado Parkway. The suspect is described as a white man who is 18-to-19-years-old, with a thin build and short blonde hair. He was wearing a black hoodie and grey pants. Police say the suspect displayed a .9mm handgun to the victim. The suspect's vehicle is described as a Black Chevrolet Cobalt with a loud exhaust.
Due to rising COVID-19 cases, ASU canceled its game against Colorado, set for Nov. 21.
A Valley non-profit gets a really big hand as it re-opens during a pandemic -- and that assistance came from a small business that is struggling -- perhaps one of the best examples you'll see of community supporting community.
Race participants are left wondering what they can do, as organizers of Tempe's Ironman competition say they have cancelled the event due to COVID-19.
Things have changed quite a bit since the start on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and one brewery in the valley is making changes in order to stay open. FOX 10 photojournalist Joe Tillman has a look.