Scottie Selke, 57, was driving in the Queen Creek area when he was hit head-on by a driver. Months later, he's heading home from rehab after making major steps toward recovery.
Some parents within the Queen Creek Unified School District are calling for transparency about COVID-19 information from the district, and for the time being, created their own Facebook account to share the information.
As more students head back to class, some doctors are worried that it could result in an increase in COVID-19 cases. In some districts, kids have already been exposed to COVID-19.
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.
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.
The far East Valley town, which has experienced a population boom, is getting ready to launch its police department in January 2022.
Last year, just as many babies were born in Arizona as people that died, but the overall population grew thanks to what the state has to offer.
The incident happened at a Walmart near Ocotillo and Rittenhouse Roads in Queen Creek on May 13. On May 20, officials with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office released some of the body camera video that was taken during the incident.
"While attempting to stabilize the area and negotiate with the subject he attempted to flee and shots were fired by a deputy to prevent any additional threat to the community, striking the suspect," MCSO said in a statement.
FOX 10's Cory McCloskey visits Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek for its UPICK peaches event.
According to MCSO, deputies responded just after 8 a.m. on May 11 to the home located near Riggs and Sossaman Roads for reports of a child not breathing.
Officials with MCSO say a 16-year-old girl who was last seen in Queen Creek on Friday, May 7 has been found.
Aerial Warehouse, an aerial gym in Queen Creek, is offering free classes on May 2 so people can get a taste of this intriguing sport. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen has more.
The far East Valley town is experiencing a population boom, as people from around the Valley and other states are moving in to the once tiny community.
Butterfly Effect Aerial Yoga, which holds classes across the Valley, is holding classes at Desert Sky Park in Gilbert to raise money for some important causes.
A child who was pulled from water on March 27 has died, says the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office a day later. The female victim hasn't been identified.
There's a buzz in one Queen Creek neighborhood, but not people tend to like, and it is bothering some residents in the area,
Want to learn a trade you'll use for decades and likely pass down to younger generations? Well, you can learn how to sew now at That Sewing Place in Queen Creek. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
The Queen Creek Unified School District is using GPS-enabled school buses to help parents keep track of their kids who ride the bus home. FOX 10's Ty Brennan reports.