San Tan Valley animal sanctuary seeking help from the community
An Arizona woman has made it her life's mission to rescue farm animals, and now, she needs some help from the community to build a barn. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen reports.
Suspect arrested after shooting at Sandbar Mexican Grill in Gilbert leaves man injured
A man has been arrested after police say he shot another man following a fight in the parking lot of a restaurant in Gilbert.
Queen Creek Olive Mill | Made in Arizona
Once a year, the Queen Creek Olive Mill in San Tan Valley harvests olives from their orchard, and FOX 10 Photojournalist Joe Tillman had a behind-the-scenes look at how the olives are turned into oil, in this week's edition of Made In Arizona.
Pinal County parents arrested, accused of child abuse, sheriff's officials say
Officials with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office say they have arrested two people for alleged child abuse, as they were investigating the death of a 12-year-old. “The charges are not directly related to the disappearance of the 12-year-old," read a portion of PCSO's statement.
Head-on crash in San Tan Valley leaves 2 dead
A crash in the San Tan Valley area has resulted in the deaths of two people, according to officials with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.
Crime Files: Man dumped body parts in Arizona, Phoenix canal murder trial to begin
This week's top crime stories for the week of Sept. 26: Woman, boy found dead in San Tan Valley home; Glendale family sounds off as street racing takes a toll on their home; a man found guilty of dumping body parts in Arizona; a convenience store employee says a delivery driver scalded her; and Bryan Patrick Miller, a man accused of killing two women in 1993, is expected to stand trial Oct. 3.
Woman, boy found dead in San Tan Valley home
Once at the home, deputies found 43-year-old Griselda Rodriguez and 6-year-old Nathan Arteaga dead in a bedroom.
Things to do in the Phoenix metro area this weekend: Sept. 23-25
Need plans? Here are some events happening across the Valley this weekend, which include the Arizona State Fair, celebrating Hispanic American Heritage Month, music festivals and more.
PSCO: 15-year-old accused of killing San Tan Valley teen was upset over bad vape cartridge
Officials with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office identified the 15-year-old suspect accused of killing another teenager on Sept. 26 as Joshua Franklin.
'Spontaneous combustion': Linseed oil possibly to blame for San Tan Valley home fire, officials say
Officials with Rural Metro Fire Department say rags coated with linseed oil may be to blame for a fire that seriously damaged a home in San Tan Valley. Here's what you should know about the oil, and why it can cause fire spontaneously.
Child rescued from 'extreme' abuse by woman, her husband, Arizona authorities say
An Arizona woman and her husband are accused of torturing and sexually assaulting a child. The victim is expected to survive, but the extent of the injuries could leave permanent damage.
Missing boy last seen riding bike in San Tan Valley found safe
Deputies say Jacob Pierson had been riding his bicycle in the Laredo Ranch community near Laredo Ranch Drive and Schnepf Road.
Houses you could buy in Arizona a few years ago aren't the same in 2022 as the market stays hot
Houses you could buy in Arizona a few years ago aren't the same in 2022 as the market stays hot in the Phoenix area. We show you what $425K, $650 and a million dollars can score you, if you're lucky enough to not get outbid.
Already hammered by COVID-19, inflation puts big squeeze on Phoenix area small restaurants
The restaurant industry has been badly affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but nowadays, they are struggling with inflation, and it has already forced one restaurant in the Valley to close its doors for good. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
'It is terrifying:' Record year of fentanyl seizures leaves Arizona authorities reeling, families grieving
The amount of fentanyl the Drug Enforcement Administration has seized this year is the most they've seen in history, and they're expecting things to ramp up in the last few days of the year, especially around New Year's Eve.
Driver looked down, smoked vape pen before crashing into San Tan Valley home: PSCO
Pinal County investigators say the driver showed no signs of impairment but admitted to “looking down and smoking a vape pen” before the crash.
PCSO: Man shot multiple times during dispute with neighbor in San Tan Valley
“One adult male was sent to the hospital with multiple gun shot wounds,” the sheriff's office said. “The other involved party stayed on scene.”
San Tan Valley home transformed into haunted manor
Those looking for a good scare could head to San Tan Valley, where a family has once again turned their home into a haunted attraction for the Halloween season following a pause during the depths of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. FOX 10 Photojournalist Brian Kae has more on the McCaslin family's home.
Severe damage is left behind throughout Arizona as monsoons rip through
Downed trees, lightning-struck cars and a damaged church is just some of the destruction leftover after the 2021 monsoon season wreaks havoc in Arizona.
Ellsworth Elementary temporarily moving all 5th, 6th grade classes to remote learning
Ellsworth Elementary School is temporarily moving all 5th and 6th-grade classes to remote learning.