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Protest in Tempe following officer involved shooting that killed 14-year-old suspect

TEMPE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- On Thursday, two days after an officer involved shooting in Tempe killed a 14-year-old, people gathered for a protest outside the Tempe Police headquarters.


Arizona lawmaker wants edible medical marijuana to remain legal

PHOENIX — A Peoria Republican lawmaker is moving to alter state law to ensure that edible forms of medical marijuana remain legally available to patients. The proposal by Rep. Tony Rivero would amend the state criminal code to redefine “marijuana’’ to include not just the leaves and flowers of the c


Man sought in 2017 killing in Mesa returned US from Mexico

MESA, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities say a 21-year-old man sought in a homicide in Mesa has been apprehended in Mexico and deported back to the United States. The U.S. Marshals Service said Thursday that Luis Angel Gomez was sought on murder and other charges in a case in which Mesa police said 31-year-ol


Body of newborn baby found in trash bin at Arizona Amazon facility

Authorities in Phoenix, Arizona, are investigating after a deceased newborn was found in a trash bin at the city's Amazon distribution facility. Officials with the Phoenix Police Department responded to a call around 8:30 p.m. local time on Wednesday night about the body of a newborn baby girl found


Suspect sought following ADOT officer-involved shooting in Chandler

CHANDLER, Ariz. (FOX 10) - Police say a suspect is on the loose following a shooting involving Arizona Department of Transportation officers in Chandler on Thursday morning. According to the Chandler Police Department, ADOT officers were attempting to serve an arrest warrant to a suspect near Alma S


Chandler Ostrich Festival: Flo Rida, The Commodores and Andy Grammer on stage

CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- The lineup for the 2019 Chandler Ostrich Festival has been released. If you are a fan of Flo Rida, this is the event for you. Flo Rida will perform on Friday, Mar. 8. The Commodores will perform on Mar. 9 and Andy Grammer will finish the weekend with his performance on Mar


Artist with Down Syndrome flourishes in Mesa

MESA, Ariz. — When Jennifer White combines her love of animals and painting, magic happens. She has been painting since high school, and her mom, Margaret White, says one of her teachers just took her under his wing.


Vaping issue clouds drug numbers for Mesa schools

Mesa Public School district administrators and school principals are trying to get a handle on sorting out the drug users from the tobacco smokers when it comes to vaping. Administrators all across the country are dealing with today’s unique problem: When a student is caught vaping, how do they know


Police: Arizona officer kills teen boy carrying airsoft gun

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Police in a Phoenix suburb say a burglary suspect shot to death by an officer who believed he was armed was a 14-year-old boy not carrying a real gun. Authorities say officers in the city of Tempe reported a suspect burglarizing a car Tuesday and that he ran away holding what app


Farmers market to fill big downtown Mesa void

The City of Mesa has wanted to revive a downtown farmers market for years. The owners of a successful downtown sandwich shop have wanted to create one. That confluence is now coming together as the Mesa Farmers Market and Flea, which debuts Saturday, Jan. 19, at Pioneer Park in downtown Mesa.


As Seen on GMAZ: Wednesday, Jan. 16

Russo and Steele Collector Automobile Auctions returns to Scottsdale January 16-20, at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. The annual auction is a staple event in the Valley with the most exclusive, select and diverse grouping of automobiles available anywhere in the world.


Investigation underway after newborn girl found dead inside Amazon fulfillment center in Phoenix

Phoenix police say an investigation is underway after a newborn baby girl was found dead inside the women's restroom of an Amazon fulfillment center. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.


Arizona’s drought plan faces several obstacles, and time is just one of them

PHOENIX – On the first day of the legislative session, Gov. Doug Ducey put water at the top of his State of the State address. More specifically, he wants a drought contingency plan completed, one that keeps the vital Colorado River system at healthy levels.


Remains identified as Mesa man who went missing in 2010

MESA, Ariz. (AP) - Authorities say human remains have been identified as an elderly Mesa man who went missing eight years ago. Mesa police said Wednesday that the Maricopa County medical examiner confirmed the remains belong to Hugh Turner.


Citing discrimination, JC football players explain suit against MCCCD

MESA — Saying the elimination of football has denied African-American players “their civil rights,” an attorney representing 11 of them met with media Thursday to express concerns about the motivation of the Maricopa County Community College District.


Stargazing & Astrology Themed Cocktails at Scottsdale's Mountain Shadows

Celebrate all things celestial with the Cocktails Under the Cosmos series at Mountain Shadows in serene Paradise Valley, Arizona, just ten minutes from historic Old Town Scottsdale. This astrology-themed cocktail reception series is held on the scenic Camelback Overlook rooftop deck. Each event feat


Surveillance video shows vandalism at Chandler man's home

CHANDLER, Ariz. (FOX 10) - Furious and relentless in finding who is responsible, Todd Zubchevich says he believes it was a group of teens who vandalized his Chandler home. "It's just... no more. These kids are going to be the spokesperson for the group of people of why we shouldn't do this anymore b


Maricopa County Won't Say How Man Shot in Fountain Hills Tied to ISIS

Little is known about what prompted Maricopa County prosecutors to add two counts of terrorism to the case of a man originally charged with assaulting an officer in Fountain Hills.


Maricopa County police shoot four teens in ten days

2018 saw officer-related shootings skyrocket in the Phoenix region with about 82 people shot in Maricopa County and more than 40 in Phoenix alone. Phoenix police shootings were the highest in the country in 2018 and triple the number of the previous year. This spike of police violence rolled on into


Arizona SNAP recipients receiving Feb. benefits early due to shutdown

PHOENIX — The Arizona Department of Economic Security is issuing February food stamp benefits to Arizonans early and in one lump sum as the partial government shutdown continues.