The Desert Financial Fiesta Bowl Kindness Arizona caravan is making 25 stops in the metro Phoenix area, Flagstaff, Prescott and Tucson over the next five days to give away some special surprises to communities across the state. FOX 10's Ty Brennan reports.
As investigators look into the cause of an engine failure incident involving a Boeing plane over Denver, Colorado, an Arizona aviation expert is speaking out about the plane's capability.
Yavapai College professor Daniel Schwartz is helping raise money to support his students with the COVID Ride of Hope Campaign.
It's been a week of wild weather here in Arizona and Mother Nature isn't done yet.
Many people are still digging out from the winter storm that dumped several feet of snow in some places. Among them are people in prescott. FOX 10's Anita Roman was there and shows us how they are coping with the latest blast of winter.
Deputies say the driver, a 63-year-old resident of Prescott, had slurred speech, had a hard time moving around, and was unable to remember what happened.
Authorities say they tied Walter Mitchell to the body parts that included legs, arms, and heads through tags and medical gauze that were found with the remains outside Prescott in late December.
Authorities say they tied Walter Mitchell to the body parts that included limbs and severed heads through tags and medical gauze that were found along with the remains.
Prosecutors say 62-year-old Mark Allen Whittington also was sentenced to five years of intensive probation and 100 hours of community service.
An arrest has been made days after human remains were found at two locations near Prescott and police were able to track down the suspect by connecting him to a business he once owned.
A jury decided it could not reach a verdict in the case of an Arizona man charged in the 1997 shooting and killing of his ex-girlfriend.
School districts across Arizona are considering the possibility of either reverting to online learning or continuing remote instruction into next year as COVID-19 cases rise.
Thanksgiving might be looking a bit different for 2020, but that doesn't mean farms in Arizona are seeing less turkeys being sold.
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.
When David Hyslip started working with the USPS, the average price for a gallon of gas was just 39 cents. Things have definitely changed in the 50 years since. FOX 10 photojournalist Brian Kae has more.
The painting is a tribute to Kayla Mueller and the U.S. servicemembers who killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State leader who held her captive.
With less than two weeks before Election Day and many in Arizona are already voting, which may be why the president made not one, but two stops in Arizona on Oct. 19.
Starting Oct. 19, 600 permits will be available for purchase, but due to the pandemic, you can only buy them by calling the Bradshaw Chino Valley ranger district and the supervisor's office.
The Biden campaign will hold a Republican Veterans roundtable in Prescott on Oct. 20. The event will be hosted by Cindy McCain and former Maricopa Co. Attorney Rick Romley.
It's like the NBA "Bubble," but for college students. An Arizona summer camp is transforming into a campus for students taking online classes.