Scottie Selke, 57, was driving in the Queen Creek area when he was hit head-on by a driver. Officials with MCSO say the female driver is believed to have been driving at the time of the crash.
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.
MCSO says a 19-year-old motorcyclist was clipped by the dump truck near Germann and Ellsworth on Feb. 5. Germann will be shut down for several hours during the investigation.
Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek is offering holiday train rides, ice skating, obstacle courses and more for families through Jan. 2. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo has more on this holiday wonderland.
Christmas at Schnepf Farms will bring winter magic for the second year, but expect COVID-19 safety precautions at the outdoor event.
It's been a stressful year for everyone, and one East Valley sanctuary is offering you a way to get onboard a new wellness trend that involves cows. To learn more, visit https://www.facebook.com/aimeesfarmanimalsanctuary/
Take a look at the scenes in northern Arizona and near Riggs and Power roads where hundreds of drivers lined up with American flags in support of the president on Oct. 24.
A Queen Creek woman battling stage four cancer received a kind letter and some cash from a complete stranger.
FOX 10 went to Power and Germann roads in Queen Creek after a palo verde tree fell on top of an unlucky resident's car. A powerful storm rolled through the Power Ranch area on Sept. 8.
An Arizona man has pleaded guilty in connection to threats made against journalists by Neo-Nazis.
Two victims haven't been identified in a Aug. 31 fatal Queen Creek crash.
For students at Queen Creek Unified School District, it's back to school as usual for many students, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to insufficient staffing level, classes will not resume at one East Valley school district, amid controversy over whether it is safe to resume in-person learning.
Students will be heading back to school in the Queen Creek Unified School District on Aug. 17, but some teachers have resigned from their jobs over COVID-19 concerns.
The district board for Queen Creek voted 4-1 to allow in-person classes to begin Aug. 17 despite concerns over the COVID-19 spread.
An Excessive Heat Warning has been issued for the Valley.
As the new school year approached, some teachers are afraid of heading back to the classroom for in-person instructions. FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.
As the possible in-person instruction start date of Aug. 17 looms in Arizona, schools are sending parents COVID-19 liability waivers, agreeing to waive their right to sue if someone contracts the virus while at school.
As a new school year approaches, teachers are getting ready to teach in a different way during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Queen Creek has a new police force and in the middle of outcries for police reform, the new chief says he will lead the force with respect for the community.