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Enrique Melendez: From Fountain Hills to Spain
For Enrique Melendez, service and hard work are simply a part of everyday life. Though he retired from Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) to Fountain Hills 25 years ago, he’s stayed plenty busy with personal business ventures and involvement in everything from local government (councilman and vice ma
Mesa Fire: Gilbert school bus involved in crash; two taken to the hospital
MESA, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Mesa Fire officials said no students are injured, after an accident involving a Gilbert Public Schools bus. According to tweets made on the department's unverified Twitter page, the accident happened near Baseline and Stapley. Besides a school bus, the accident involved a pas
Maricopa County deputy arrested for taking money from dead person
MESA, AZ - The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested one of its deputies for taking money while responding to a report of a dead body. In a news release sent Tuesday night, the sheriff's office said 39-year-old Gregory Johnson responded to a report of a dead body near Mesa on October
SR 87 northbound closed north of Mesa for crash
PHOENIX (ADOT) − Northbound State Route 87 is closed at Gilbert Road due to a crash, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. All northbound traffic must exit at Gilbert Road. Northbound Gilbert Road is also blocked due to the same crash.
MCSO: Deputy stole cash from victim of death investigation in Mesa
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - A Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputy finds himself on the other side of the law after authorities said he stole cash from a dead person during an investigation.
A resort escape for you or your holiday guests for a great price
A deluxe room, a spa day and free money -- it’s a Smart Shopper Deal of the Day sure to make you or someone else extremely happy, and maybe even richer. It’s with the Wekopa Resort and Conference Center in Fountain Hills and whether you need to get away, or you need a place for visitors to stay, thi
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio files defamation suit against several media outlets
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)-- Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed a lawsuit against several media outlets for "false light and defamation." The lawsuit was filed on Monday.
Attorney will seek dismissal in FH murder case
Attorneys for Anna Mae Blessing, a 92-year-old Fountain Hills woman accused of killing her son this past July at a condo they shared in Fountain Hills, are expected to ask for a dismissal of charges due to the woman’s failing health.
A festive weekend with Santa, lights and more
Breakfast with Santa is always a big, festive event enjoyed by many each holiday season but, for one group of youngsters, it has become an annual tradition. Brooke and Brendan Jones, Emma and Ashton Hollanti and Nate, Ava, Audrey, Lily and Claire Mackey have been attending Breakfast with Santa for e
Adoptable pets up for adoption from Arizona Humane and Maricopa County Animal Care (12/11)
Want to save the life of a shelter pet and bring a new best friend into your home? There are hundreds of adoptable cats and dogs awaiting a new home. Here are some of the pets waiting for a forever family at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control and Arizona Humane Society.
The Best Free Things to Do in Phoenix This Week
With the holidays coming up, you may find yourself short on cash. Luckily, this week you can have fun for free. Find items on your shopping list at Crafeteria, celebrate creativity at Mesa Arts Festival, or enjoy traditional treats at Food City Original Tamale Festival. For more things to do, visit
PD: Man charged with creating child porn at Phoenix home
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- An Albuquerque real estate agent has been charged with more than a dozen counts of sexual exploitation of a minor here in Arizona. Arizona’s Family has obtained the direct complaint the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office filed against Pascal Pierre Nemmar in Superior Court on D
Arizona has 2 of Top 25 most affordable cities to live and work
Phoenix is the 9th most affordable city in which to work and live in 2019, its residents have an average of 81% of their salary leftover after rent. Tempe is the 25th with residents keeping 79% of their money after rent.
3 fun things to do with your family this weekend
The holiday season is what you make of it. If you are interested in listening to holiday-inspired or spiritual music, taking part in interactive music-making activities or shopping for local artwork and gift items, consider one of these local events.
New initiative focuses on building resilience in Maricopa County communities
– When the recession hit in 2008, it manifested itself in the housing collapse in the Valley that tested the resilience of nearly every community. “Upside down” in their mortgages, neighbors left over night. Houses were abandoned. Communities faced holes in them that took years to fill. The collapse
No one hurt after car barrels into Mesa fast food store
MESA, Ariz. (KSAZ) -- FOX 10 has learned that no one was injured in an incident that saw a car barreling into a fast food chain in Mesa. According to crews at the scene, the incident happened at a Subway store near Main Street and Dobson. Police have released few information on the incident.
Restrictions to impact I-10, US 60 in East Valley on Tuesday
PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation plans to implement two freeway restrictions to accommodate maintenance work in the East Valley on Tuesday. In Mesa, the ramp from the eastbound U.S. 60 Superstition Freeway to the northbound Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway will be closed from 9 a.m. t
Dolce Salon & Spa in Scottsdale closes abruptly
SCOTTSDALE, AZ - The sudden closure of a popular full-service salon in Scottsdale has left customers out in the cold and employees stranded without a paycheck right before Christmas.
Town Council asked to revisit nuisance noise ordinance
A Fountain Hills woman has asked the Town Council to revisit or even repeal a nuisance noise ordinance passed by the council last year. Christine McGinn asked for time to make a presentation to the council apart from the call to the public portion of the agenda. McGinn was give five minutes to make
PD: Woman sets fire to ex-boyfriend's Scottsdale home
SCOTTSDALE, AZ - A woman was found naked and sleeping in her ex-boyfriend's bed after allegedly setting fire to his kitchen. The Scottsdale Police Department said officers responded to a home near Scottsdale Road and McCormick Parkway on Dec. 2, 2018, after a man reported a fire in his kitchen.