The southeast valley should expect thunderstorms and dust storms.
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says the crash happened near Signal Butte and Riggs Road. Riggs Road has reopened in both directions between Ellsworth and Signal Butte due to the crash.
While schools across Arizona are closed through the end of the academic school year as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some Valley high school districts are making plans to honor this year's graduating seniors with graduation ceremonies.
Queen Creek High School teachers surprised their seniors with yard signs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Banner Health is setting up makeshift grocery stores for workers on the front lines tending to coronavirus patients.
A skate park at a 48-acre park in Queen Creek was covered in sand to keep people out during the COVID-19 spread, but it got many near, and distant, residents upset.
A popular spot in the East Valley is bringing people back to the movies by becoming a drive-in. Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek kicked off its drive-in movie series over the weekend. The drive-in movie series will happen Thursday through Sunday and each night will have a different movie theme. Parking passes can be purchased for $15 at schnepffarms.com.
An Arizona couple who ran a soul food restaurant has converted their business into a food truck, as they continue to serve customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
It's been a gloomy afternoon for many parts of the Valley, and now, a storm has brought rain and even hail to parts of the Valley Wednesday.
After a student in Queen Creek was diagnosed with the coronavirus, one parent is saying she's not upset at the school but says the school district should be giving parents more information on the student who was diagnosed.
The school will incorporate hand-sanitizing stations and other routine hygiene practices upon students’ return from Spring Break.
A federal judge ruled Monday that an Arizona man will remain jailed on a charge that he and other neo-Nazis mounted a harassment campaign, mailing and posting threatening messages, at the homes of journalists and anti-hate advocates in three states.
A man died in a crash Thursday afternoon in Queen Creek, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
Federal officials say one of the four people arrested in connection with a conspiracy to threaten and intimidate journalists and activists is a man who lives in Arizona.
Officials with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office say four people were taken to the hospital following a head-on crash in Queen Creek Sunday afternoon.
Queen Creek is expanding rapidly and now the town is considering creating its own police department.
Monday marked the official start of the 2020 presidential primary season, as Iowans, including Iowans currently in Arizona and out of the country, gathered for the Iowa caucuses. FOX 10's John Hook and Matt Galka report, in team coverage.
Officials with the Goodyear Police Department say the two suspects connected to an officer-involved shooting in Queen Creek Friday night were wanted for over 100 alleged felony offenses.
Multiple law enforcement agencies are at the scene of an officer-involved shooting in Queen Creek Friday night.
Wrestling is one of the toughest sports there is, but it didn't stop a Queen Creek teenager with special needs from getting involved.