Police officials in Queen Creek say they are investigating a possible overdose incident that left one student with Canyon State Academy dead.
Voters in Pinal County had to deal with a shortage of ballots and ballot printing errors when they headed to the polls for the August primary election. It left many voters frustrated and election leaders embarrassed. Since then, county leaders made several changes in the way they prepare for elections. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia has the story.
This week's top crime stories for the week of Sept. 26: Woman, boy found dead in San Tan Valley home; Glendale family sounds off as street racing takes a toll on their home; a man found guilty of dumping body parts in Arizona; a convenience store employee says a delivery driver scalded her; and Bryan Patrick Miller, a man accused of killing two women in 1993, is expected to stand trial Oct. 3.
In total, 360,000 pills were seized from the vehicle. A Chandler Police Department laboratory confirmed a sample of the pills contained fentanyl.
Once at the home, deputies found 43-year-old Griselda Rodriguez and 6-year-old Nathan Arteaga dead in a bedroom.
Water levels were still rising as the family of six, including four kids ages 8, 4, 2, and 11 months, were trapped on top of the car trying to avoid the fast-moving water.
From Sept. 18-24, our top stories included the shocking discovery of a body inside a container made by a bicyclist in Phoenix, and actor Rob Schneider surprised customers by serving up chicken fingers at a Valley fast-food restaurant to promote his movie, which was shot in Arizona.
Need plans? Here are some events happening across the Valley this weekend, which include the Arizona State Fair, celebrating Hispanic American Heritage Month, music festivals and more.
The road, which stretches between Gila Bend and State Route 347, reopened Thursday after being shut down for nearly a day.
Queen Creek Police officers are getting some new, sensory-friendly equipment, after an officer's recent encounter with a man who has special needs.
Resolution Copper, a joint venture of global mining giants Rio Tinto and BHP, was set to receive a parcel of land in the Tonto National Forest for mining in March 2021. Then, the Biden administration pulled back an environmental review to further consult with tribes. The move prevented the land exchange from moving forward.
Police officials in Casa Grande say a man has been indicted for alleged sexual exploitation of a minor, after a search yielded "one of the most significant collections" of child sexual abuse images and videos they have ever encountered.
The chase started in Pinal County along Interstate 10 before coming to an end at an apartment complex at 7th Street and Mulberry, north of Thomas Road.
In the first incident, an Arizona Dept. of Public Safety trooper pulled over a Chevrolet sedan heading west down I-10 near Marana on Sept. 7.
The blast hit a farmhouse and left the nearby ground completely scorched. The family inside that house, a man and his 14-year-old daughter, were killed. They were identified as Luis and Valeria Alvarez. Their mother, Rosalina, was severely burned.
From garlic festivals to mezcal events to magic shows, here's a few things going on in the Phoenix area this weekend.
FOX 10's Krystal Ortiz has the latest details on the tornado warning that was issued for parts of Pinal and Pima counties.
According to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office, the vehicle had “mis-negotiated” a curve and crossed into the opposite lanes near Rittenhouse and Riggs, causing it to slam into a brick wall and electrical equipment.
Authorities in Arizona are investigating multiple threats made at several schools across the state.
The National Weather Service issued an advisory for Maricopa County, beginning at 10 a.m. on Sept. 3 through 8 p.m. on Sept. 7.