Weather officials say temperatures of up to 120°F are expected as an excessive heat warning was extended to nine counties. Back in Phoenix, two hiking trails will be closed to keep people safe during the hot weather.
As more students head back to class, some doctors are worried that it could result in an increase in COVID-19 cases. meanwhile, some schools are reinstating their mask mandates, in defiance of state orders not to do so.
An Arizona man's dashcam caught startling video of him nearly being hit by a wrong-way driver, and he says this isn't the first time something like this has happened with this driver.
The highway will be closed from 8 p.m. on July 28 to 4 a.m. Thursday as crews pour part of the concrete deck on the new Pinto Creek Bridge, the Arizona Department of Transportation said.
A large portion of Arizona, including all of the Phoenix area, will be under a Flash Flood Watch starting July 22 until July 25.
A Queen Creek family is now in the process of rebuilding after their home was destroyed in back-to-back monsoons.
The 2nd Chance Dog Rescue in Queen Creek lost several of their kennels during the weekend's monsoon storms. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen has the details on how you can help the animal rescue recover.
Coconino, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Yavapai, Pinal and Yuma Counties are included in the warning.
July 9's monsoon wreaked havoc in the southeast Valley, causing downed power lines and trees, missing trampolines and some car windows were busted from high winds.
Looking for places to see the fireworks in the Valley to celebrate the 4th of July? Here's a list of some of the places holding some dazzling Independence Day celebrations.
The Telegraph Fire has burned 180,757 acres and there is 91% containment.
Phoenix saw a record-breaking high of 118°F on Thursday.
The Telegraph Fire has grown to 123,078 acres and is 68% contained. The wildfire is less than one mile from Top-of-the-World. Over 1,000 personnel are assigned to the fire.
Residents of El Capitan and Dripping Springs have been told to evacuate due to the fire, which has burned over 91,000 acres and is 74% contained.
At the mountain's summit lies a red mailbox, strikingly out of place while being welcomed by all who make the 4,000-foot high trek.
John Hook interviews Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels and Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb about border security.
Ducey planned to take an aerial tour of the two fires, be briefed by fire officials and visit a Red Cross shelter for evacuees before holding a press conference, his office said.
"The Declarations of Emergency will help make sure responders have the necessary resources for response and recovery – protecting people, pets & property," Ducey said in a tweet on June 9.
The U.S. Border Patrol the rescue took place June 2 in the Tabletop Mountains near Gila Bend after one of the migrants called 911 for help.
The far East Valley town, which has experienced a population boom, is getting ready to launch its police department in January 2022.