Nicole Grigg, KNXV

Nicole Grigg


Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

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Past articles by Nicole:

Phoenix police updating surveillance around downtown ahead of Super Bowl LVII

Phoenix Police Department has dozens of cameras in the downtown area, but the quality of the cameras has deteriorated over the years, which is why authorities have worked to update them. → Read More

Wash Out: State officials have no plans to fix one Arizona road that continues to flood

A stretch of road that has been shut down dozens of times during the summer months because of flash flooding has no plans to be fixed, according to state transportation officials. → Read More

Armed, 'camo clad,' 'ballot watchers': More voter intimidation complaints filed

A voter has filed a voter intimidation complaint accusing ‘camo clad people’ of taking pictures while dropping off an early ballot outside the Maricopa County election headquarters. → Read More

Doney Park home filled with inches of mud, family hit with back-to-back tragedies

Flash flooding down the Pipeline burn scars sent at least two inches of mud through a home in Doney Park, further impacting a family hit with back-to-back tragedies. → Read More

Non-profit #ICANHELP helps teens use social media for positivity

A non-profit is hoping to inspire teens to use social media as a space for good by showing them how to incorporate the online world into something positive. → Read More

Public memorial to go up in Tempe to honor COVID-19 victims

The Covid Memorial Quilt started as a 7th grade community action project in California to help provide a way for families to heal after losing someone from COVID-19. → Read More

Valley hospital networks pausing monoclonal antibody treatments

Valleywise Health announced Wednesday that they are halting the use of monoclonal antibody treatments in their emergency department at this time. → Read More

COVID-19 contact tracing numbers fall, where is tracing best?

New data from Arizona’s largest county shows that in the past six months the number of people notified of COVID-19 exposure has dropped. → Read More

Arizona National Guard makes complex landing to rescue injured hiker

New video shows members of the Arizona National Guard rescuing an injured hiker over the weekend by making a landing on the side of the Superstition Mountains with only the two front wheels of the aircraft. → Read More

Wildfire committee, Arizona lawmakers meet to review future wildfire management

Arizona lawmakers met Tuesday to discuss whether or not laws or regulations around wildfires, specifically how fires are managed to oversite, need to change. → Read More

Dozens of build-to-rent homes could be coming to the Valley

With housing prices rising, home supply inventory remaining low, and more people moving to the Valley, housing officials estimate Arizona needs more than 200,000 apartments. → Read More

More firefighters coming to Arizona to train on how to fight wildfires

That hands-on training, now bringing other firefighting agencies to Arizona for on-the-ground experience. → Read More

Alleged red-light runner kills 3 in Glendale crash, still no arrest nearly 2 months later

It has been nearly two months since an alleged red light runner killed three young adults in a crash in Glendale, but authorities have yet to make an arrest or cite the driver who caused the crash. → Read More

Sketches helping to solve Valley cold cases

With only a cranium, an anthropologist who works with the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office is able to determine demographics including gender, ethnicity, and age range. → Read More

Data shows record number of West Nile cases in humans in Maricopa County

A record number of West Nile cases in humans has been reported in the state’s largest county, according to new data posted. → Read More

Health expert: This year's flu season is expected to be worse than last year's

Health experts anticipate that this year's influenza season will be more severe than last year as more people seem to be getting together and gathering more often. → Read More

Valley family questions DNR order placed on father fighting COVID-19

A Valley family is questioning a local decision by doctors that placed a "do not resuscitate" (DNR) order on their loved one who was battling COVID-19 for just over two weeks. → Read More

City looking into complaints of homes vibrating in northwest Phoenix neighborhood

Officials with the City of Phoenix say they are looking into reports of homes shaking in the northwest part of the Valley. → Read More

Expert: Tough decisions to be made to fix flash flooding in Flagstaff

A professor with Northern Arizona University says tough decisions will need to be made to fix flash flooding down the burn scars of the Museum Fire in Flagstaff, and those decisions will fall on elected officials. → Read More

Family in Gila County faces back-to-back tragedies with fires, flash flooding

A family in Gila County is facing back-to-back tragedies after a wildfire destroyed everything they owned, and now flash flooding is eroding their land. → Read More