Jennifer Martinez, FOX 10 Phoenix

Jennifer Martinez

FOX 10 Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Some districts renew mask policy following court ruling that could have major impact on Arizona politics

After an Arizona judge ruled the state's ban on school mask mandates as unconstitutional, some school districts are renewing their mask use policies. Meanwhile, experts say the judge's ruling could affect the way business is conducted at the Arizona State Capitol. → Read More

Arizona reports 2,020 new COVID-19 cases but no new deaths

Arizona health officials are reporting 2,020 new confirmed COVID-19 cases but no new deaths. → Read More

YCSO: Body found near Cottonwood is washed away teen Faith Moore

The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office says the body of Faith Moore was found near where she was washed away by floodwaters on July 24. → Read More

People gather to remember woman killed outside Phoenix nightclub

23-year-old Destiny McClain was killed outside Karamba nightclub near Downtown Phoenix during the overnight hours of July 18. Police say she was ordering food from a food truck when she was struck by gunfire. On July 21, family, friends, and others gathered to remember McClain. → Read More

What to know about the Tiger Fire: Evacuations lifted, roads remain closed

Prescott National Forest officials said the wildfire is burning about 11 miles east of the community of Crown King. → Read More

Volunteers help Arizona towns prep for possible flooding after wildfires

Volunteer group, Team Rubicon, is helping prep homeowners for possible floods after wildfires have calmed down. → Read More

Residents at Glendale apartment complex without AC

Glendale Manor Apartment residents fed up over having no running air conditioning. → Read More

What to know about the Rafael Fire: Evacuations ordered, road closures underway

Officials with the Coconino County Sheriff's Office have issued a number of evacuation orders as a result of the Rafael Fire, which has burned 24,000 acres east of Sedona. → Read More

What to know about the Rafael Fire: Evacuations lifted, roads open

Firefighters are working to starve the Rafael Fire of fuels using natural features and purposely setting fire to the landscape. The lightning-caused fire is one of several that are burning across Arizona. → Read More

Suns' Chris Paul 'out' for Game 1 of West Finals vs. LA Clippers

The NBA injury report lists Chris Paul as "out" for tomorrow's Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. → Read More

What to know about the Telegraph Fire: Evacuations ordered, highways reopen

The Telegraph Fire has burned 180,865 acres and there is 87% containment. → Read More

What to know about the Telegraph Fire: Evacuations ordered, highways closed

The Telegraph Fire has grown to 88,589 acres and there is 74% containment. → Read More

Monday marks one year since Arizona Governor Doug Ducey enacted statewide curfew in response to racial unrest

May 31 is the one-year anniversary of Governor Doug Ducey's decision to implement a statewide curfew amid protests and civil unrest related to the death of George Floyd, in addition to alleged institutionalized racism and controversy over police use of force. → Read More

Pro-choice, pro-life supporters weigh in on new Arizona law that bans abortion based on genetic abnormalities

A bill that bans abortion because of genetic abnormalities in Arizona has been signed by Governor Doug Ducey. → Read More

Arizona postal worker gives shoes to barefoot elderly woman while checking her mail

A postal worker's kind gesture went a long way for an elderly woman on his route as she was walking barefoot on the hot pavement while checking the mail. → Read More

State Farm Stadium's COVID-19 vaccination site in Glendale shifts to overnight hours to beat the heat

The largest COVID-19 vaccination site in the state is moving to overnight hours to beat the heat. → Read More

Arizonans stand up against Asian American hate crimes, discrimination

Hundreds came together in the Valley on Saturday night to show solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities who've been experiencing an increasing amount of discrimination and hate crimes. → Read More

Interest in volunteering at COVID-19 vaccination site drops as Arizona expands vaccine eligibility

It was once seen as a way for people who are not yet eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but as Arizona lowered its COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to any 16 or up, there are now fewer people who are now willing to volunteer at vaccination sites in the Phoenix area. → Read More

Arizona Governor, fire agencies ask for help to prevent wildfires this year

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and fire agencies are asking for the public to help prevent wildfires this year after the state saw nearly a million acres burned in 2020. → Read More

4 dead, 1 injured in Phoenix shooting; police believe everyone knew each other

Three men and a woman are dead after a Phoenix shooting on the night of March 16 near 65th Avenue and Camelback Road. A fifth victim is going to survive their injuries, police say. → Read More