Trisha Hendricks, 12 News

Trisha Hendricks

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Phoenix, AZ, United States

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12 News A+ Teacher of the Week: Starlight Park Elementary School

Brenda Espinoza and Victoria Gonzales teach students in the dual language program. → Read More

3-time cancer survivor shares how blood donations saved his life

It’s the lowest time of the summer for blood donations, yet the highest potential for accidents and blood usage. → Read More

Man sues Albertsons, claiming he was wrongfully terminated over medical marijuana

Tom Lee's attorney says he was fired from his job, because he was using medical marijuana legally. → Read More

Tempe fire truck mechanic retires after 32 years with the city

Charlie Miller reflects back on his career with 12 News on his last day on the job with TFMR. → Read More

'One Ring' robocall scam targets potential victims with series of calls

FCC: News reports have indicated widespread overnight calling in New York and Arizona. → Read More

Grocery stores to start spying on customers to make targeted advertisements

Fry's parent company, Kroger, is now testing new technology to create tailor-made ads for shoppers. → Read More

Phoenix mountain rescue, triple digit temps prompt safety reminders

A Phoenix fire captain shares simple things you can do to avoid getting into a bad situation out on the trails. → Read More

A+ Teacher: St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School in Phoenix

4th grader Jordyn Twohy's mom nominated a group of teachers who helped her excel in reading. → Read More

Country Thunder music fans reveal their festival confessions

Country music fans camping out in Florence for Country Thunder this weekend share their deep, dark secrets with 12 News. → Read More

New care facility opens for newborns exposed to drugs in Mesa

Brian and Jo Jones open Jacob's Hope, a new interim care facility for substance exposed newborns. → Read More

Wildflower School in Goodyear receives $50,000 NIET award

The National Institute for Excellence in Teaching selected Wildflower School for the 2019 Founder's Award from a list of schools throughout 1,000 districts. → Read More

Oregon man bikes for Arizona boy with terminal brain tumor

When a Eugene, Ore. man just happened to see a post about a 10-year-old Arizona boy living with an incurable brain tumor, he had to do something. → Read More

Man says police tied him up and dragged him; Phoenix police investigating

23-year old AaRone Fowler says police beat him up for no reason. Phoenix police have a different story. → Read More

Valley mom, teacher hoping for a kidney donor

Mother of two and preschool teacher Michelle Palomo needs a kidney. Now she's waiting for a match. → Read More

Dirt lot transforms into tennis oasis for Scottsdale Tennis Week

A pop-up tennis event starts today north of Scottsdale Fashion Square, drawing pro tennis players and partygoers alike. → Read More

Free 'Bug Fest' brings the creepy-crawlies to OdySea in the Desert

Face your fears and try holding a tarantula or even eating an edible bug at the third annual "Bug Fest" this weekend at OdySea in the Desert. → Read More

FDA approves first drug for postpartum depression

Perinatal therapist Kim Kriesel from Well Mamas in Gilbert weighs in on the new treatment for moms suffering with postpartum depression. → Read More

Michael Crane sentenced to life in prison for killing three people

A Mesa man convicted of killing a Paradise Valley couple and Phoenix cigar salesman was given three life sentences Friday. → Read More

‘Phoenix Lights’ documentary screening for 22nd anniversary

A Valley woman who witnessed the Phoenix Lights reflects back on what she saw 22 years ago. → Read More

Chandler group hoping to find a bone marrow match for 5-year-old girl

Norah Gratz-Lazarus has a condition that is common among Ashkenazi Jews, that impacts her ability to make new blood cells. → Read More