Zach Crenshaw, KNXV

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Past articles by Zach:

Study finds 'extreme' racial disparities in DCS cases, Phoenix family says they were 'stereotyped'

Racial disparities have been documented for years at the Arizona Department of Child Services (DCS). The most recent data shows that roughly one out of every 34 Black children in our state ends up in foster care at some point. → Read More

Sheriff Lamb's son strikes a plea deal, as a second DUI arrest comes to light

Cooper Lamb, the son of Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb, has taken a plea deal that will likely have him serve six months in jail. → Read More

'We believe in miracles': Uncle of injured Phoenix officer shares his story

Tyler Moldovan dreamt of being a police officer and wanted to help out his community, according to his uncle, who talked exclusively with ABC15 Tuesday night. → Read More

'He's saving my life:' Valley man donating liver to first responder father

Mike Forman was also a volunteer fire chief, who rushed to Ground Zero after 9/11 and spent days, amidst the rubble, searching for survivors. → Read More

Chandler police interviews raise new questions about Charles Vallow murder

New interviews and documents show how Lori Daybell and Alex Cox lied to Chandler police in the hours after Charles Vallow was shot and killed. → Read More

Arizona mother nearly killed in wrong-way crash on 25th wedding anniversary

A Mojave County mother is slowly recovering in a Vegas hospital after a wrong-way driver crashed into her. → Read More

MCSO: 2 arrested after horse abuse caught on video

Two people accused of animal cruelty against horses earlier this month have been arrested, Maricopa County officials say. → Read More

Valley veterans and Afghans reflect and march after 20-year war ends

The years to come will provide more clarity about the 20-year war. Already though Valley veterans and Afghans are reflecting. → Read More

Arizona man's truck goes up in flames after lightning strike

Monsoon storms uprooted trees and flooded streets in Phoenix and across the state. But, some of the most bizarre damage happened in San Tan Valley where a man's truck was apparently struck by lightning and shortly after, became overrun with flames. → Read More

Three Arizona police officers pass away due to COVID in one week

As Arizona's COVID-19 cases continue to climb, the law enforcement community is reeling following the deaths of three officers in less than a week. → Read More

Simone Biles dropping out of Olympics sparks conversations about mental health

Simone Biles announced Wednesday that she will be withdrawing from the All-Around Finals Competition, where she was the heavy favorite, due to ongoing mental health issues. → Read More

Urn stolen from Glendale storage unit, family desperate to recover loved one's ashes

The burglars made off with "some family heirlooms, a stamp book that dates back three generations, some jewelry that was super important to my Mom." And they took something else, too. → Read More

Family says Phoenix mother was stabbed to death near kids days before police arrived

A Valley family is desperate for answers after a mother was brutally murdered in her Phoenix apartment. → Read More

One year after George Floyd and Dion Johnson died, changes to Valley policing

One year after the deaths of George Floyd and Dion Johnson, many Americans and Arizonans are reflecting on the past year and the calls for police reform. → Read More

Phoenix police called protesters 'targets' during surveillance, before arrests

New documents show Phoenix police spent hours monitoring protest leaders during a peaceful October demonstration. → Read More

Father disarms man after gun is pulled during meeting

Mesa police are looking at whether a possible hate crime occurred after a Black father had to lunge to stop a pistol from being pulled on him and his wife during a business meeting. → Read More

Family calls for transparency in teen's death after Chandler police shooting

The family of a Chandler teen shot and killed by police is calling for more transparency and the release of the full police body-camera video. → Read More

Community honors life of Valley restaurant owner Mario Caputo after unexpected passing

The Ahwatukee community has rallied to support a small business after a beloved restaurateur and chef unexpectedly passed away. → Read More

Valley mother waiting to bury son after cemetery put relative's body 'in the wrong spot'

A Phoenix mother said she is unable to bury her young son in a reserved plot because a funeral home mistakenly placed a relative in the wrong section. → Read More

Phoenix home spray-painted with swastika

A historic Phoenix neighborhood is on the lookout after one home was spray-painted with swastikas. → Read More