AZ sheriff focuses on highways to stem drug trafficking

On a daily basis, local law enforcement in parts of Arizona are dealing border related crime, as well as any potential effects from the expiry of a legal provision known as Title 42. According to detectives, drug traffickers and human smugglers are using the state's major highways to move quickly, so some agencies are focusing their attention on this issue, in order to stop it in its tracks. FOX 10's Stephanie Bennett recently joined Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb for a ride-along, and has more. It should also be noted that Lamb is running to be the 2024 Republican Party nominee for Senate seat currently held by independent Kyrsten Sinema.

Saguaros in bloom across the Arizona desert

Some may have noticed, but for those who haven't, Saguaro cacti are in bloom across Arizona's lower desert. The Saguaro Bloom was designated as Arizona's state flower in 1931, and FOX 10 Photojournalist Louis Tortora gives us a look at the spectacular flowers from Picacho Peak State Park.

A look at Country Thunder 2023's lost and found as festival is over

Country Thunder is officially over and we're getting a look at the festival's lost and found. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is laying out all the valuables left behind. Here's some of what they found. The sheriff's office says to give them a call if any of this is yours, and most importantly, they promise not to judge.

Capturing beautiful olive tree blooms in Queen Creek

Olive trees are in bloom right now and there's one place you can go this weekend to see many of them. Queen Creek Olive Mill is holding a two-day Saturday and Sunday festival. FOX 10 Photojournalists Joe Tillman and Brian Kae stopped by with our FOX 10 drone.