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Fox 10 Phoenix KSAZ from Phoenix, Arizona

Fox 10 is a TV station in Phoenix, AZ. It’s a local news and entertainment station that broadcasts local news, weather, traffic, sports, and general entertainment. In addition to being known as Fox 10 Phoenix KSAZ, it’s also called simply by its FCC call sign KSAZ. You can watch the station online via the Fox 10 live stream and its collection of videos, updated regularly. See our Phoenix KSAZ review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: Fox 10 Phoenix KSAZ
Call Sign: KSAZ
Location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Genre: Local News, Entertainment
Website: Fox 10 Homepage

If you want to learn more about KSAZ than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. If you’re interested in a different station or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.

Review of Fox 10 Phoenix KSAZ

Review of Fox 10 Phoenix KSAZ


  • Live Stream
  • Video On Demand

Fox 10’s rating of 9.5 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that Fox 10 Phoenix KSAZ live streams its news broadcasts as they air. Phoenix KSAZ also has a video collection so viewers can watch the day’s news on demand, earning it further points. More about our rating method.

Fox 10 is owned by Fox Television Stations. It is an affiliate of the network Fox network. As an affiliate, Phoenix KSAZ tends to focus its original news coverage on local issues during the traditional morning, mid-day, evening and late-night news slots. To fill in the rest of its broadcasting schedule, the station airs national programs provided by Fox.

Check out how Fox 10 Phoenix KSAZ compares to other local stations in the Phoenix area.

See KSAZ’s FCC Profile

Fox 10 has a public information file maintained by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). To go directly to KSAZ’s FCC file, click the FCC button above.

The FCC’s station profile will contain important information about Phoenix KSAZ that falls within the public domain. For example, it may disclose such details as political advertisement time the station has sold (or given away), ownership particulars, or pending applications for programming changes.

Available Job Opportunities at Phoenix KSAZ

To see the opportunities available at Fox 10, from internships and entry-level jobs up to high-ranking roles, click the Jobs button above. Given the diversity of positions the organization needs to operate successfully, there are usually several openings.

Contact the Station

If you’re a public relations rep, you may want to mail some promotional materials to the station or get in touch with a specific member of its team. If you’re a curious viewer, you might be interested in arranging a tour of the station’s facilities. In either case, in addition to the contact info above, here are some more ways to get in touch—
By mail: 511 W Adams St Phoenix, AZ 85003-1638. Phone: 602-257-1234. Fax: 602-262-0181. Email: fox10.desk@foxtv.com



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8 minutes ago

FOX 10 Phoenix

Unity Rally in Philly
HAPPENING NOW: A Unity Rally has taken over the streets in Philadelphia. This is in response to the violence in Charlottesville this past weekend.

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Unity Rally in Philly

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BLM ✊🏾⛓

Someone get me a tall glass of bleach





Yes there is Chris

Good place for a roach coach

Hello from Phx Az

Where is the sound

Antifa & BLM are just as guilty



Time for Martial Law!



Hey Look!!! It's a bunch of "Radical Democrat Terrorist"!!!

Get a job leaches

Losers 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

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40 minutes ago

FOX 10 Phoenix

Woman surprises stepdad with name change
"When people ask me who my dad is, I'm proud to say your name." A young woman surprised her stepdad with the news she's changing her last name and it's the sweetest 💗💗

STORY: bit.ly/2v2LISY
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I have the best dads ever. My parents divorce was ugly. Life isn't always easy or fair. I didn't see my biological dad for years. My step dad stepped in and raised me like i was his own. After my mother died when I was just 20 I reconnected with him. 37 next week and I can honestly say id be lost without them.

so sweet....by wondering why he didn't adopt her earlier on.

Congrats at your my mom divorced my dad Siri remarried several years later and I was happy to take my stepdad's last name

Stepparents can be amazing people and I got lucky with mine

Maria Carrillo

My brother was raised by "that" dad. #lucky2havehim

Awesome story!!❤

aint that beautiful.

awesome story.

How awesome. makes me smile

When my mom got divorced my mom remarried. U got the rest 👍

What a beautiful story.

What a beautiful story

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1 hour ago

FOX 10 Phoenix

"YOU LOST, GET OVER IT." A local woman turned the Phoenix Confederate monument into a 2nd place participation trophy by adorning it with banners. She's hoping Governor Doug Ducey will get the hint.

Photo: Rebecca McHood
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YOU LOST, GET OVER IT. A local woman turned the Phoenix Confederate monument into a 2nd place participation trophy by adorning it with banners. Shes hoping Governor Doug Ducey will get the hint.

Photo: Rebecca McHood
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well, since millennials are the ones USED to getting participation trophys, they can leave this alone...lol... It is a funerary memorial, you doofus woman.

I wonder how many of the confederate haters are descendants of them

This the only one that needs toppled. 😂

Did Arizona even provide any confederate troops? Lol

showing stuff like this is just encourages more fighting....the media holds a great deal of the blame for fanning the flames, in an effort to get more ratings.

This all sickens me everyone's list there mind,,people takeing it upon themselves to destroy things, hurting people, businesses,the human race is becoming crazy,

Its history, most soldiers who fought didnt have slaves, they answered the call of their states. You cant judge people on your values today. Just what till our values are judged in 100 years .

If I wasn't working a 24 hour shift I would go remove all of that crap she put on there.

Guess we can stop paying indians and take down there statues they lost to

Something that no one I heard say yet: They are not being remembered because they were Confederate, they are being remembered because they were still Americans who lost their lives!

Take down all Martin Luther King Jr statues and monuments. He called being gay a disease and said to set a path to heal young gay teens to do right and not be gay. Pure Fact. Don't take down some hate...take all the hate down #RemoveMartinLutherKingMonuments

Ducey needs to have 24/7 armed guards out there we don't need charleston 2.0 in AZ

Everybody lost you idiot... Both sides were insane and both sides destroyed so much... Everyone lost.

I really don't see how a historical monument should cause a fight it was originally put out of respect for the families that lost their loved ones during the civil war it's a way of not only providing closure for the families but at the same time having some respect some respect for the dead. None of these mother's wanted their 14 year old son's to die at such a young age. History exists for a reason it's a reminder not to ever make the same respects again and no matter how many how many monuments get torn down it doesn't it does not erase the fact that it happened. Respect goes both ways.

Who knew this was even there? No one. Who knows what the confederacy was. Probably no one under 30. Such an unimportant reason for all of this to be going on.

Territory of Arizona (Confederate States)Page issues "Confederate Arizona" redirects here. For the U.S. territory, see Territory of Arizona (United States). The Territory of Arizona (also known as Arizona Territory) was a territory claimed by the Confederate States during the American Civil War, between 1861 and 1865. Delegates to secession conventions had voted in March 1861 to secede from the New Mexico Territory and the United States, and seek to join the Confederacy. It consisted of the portion of the New Mexico Territory south of the 34th parallel, including parts of the modern states of New Mexico and Arizona. Its capital was Mesilla along the southern border. The Confederate territory overlapped the Arizona Territory later established by the Union government in 1863. Territory of ArizonaOrganized incorporated territory of the Confederate States← 1861–1865→ → National Flag (1861–1863) CapitalMesilla 32°16′27.519″N106°47′43.6632″WGovernmentOrganized incorporated territoryGovernor • 1861Dr. L. S. Owings • 1861–1862J. R. Baylor • 1862–1865Dr. L. S. OwingsLegislatureArizona Territorial LegislatureHistorical eraAmerican Civil War • Ordinance of SecessionMarch 28, 1861 • Organized by ConfederacyJanuary 18, 1862[1] • Occupied by U.S.July 8, 1862[2] • Surrender of C.S. Trans-Mississippi DepartmentMay 26, 1865Today part of Arizona New Mexico The physical geography differed in that the Confederate Arizona Territory was approximately the southern half of the historic New Mexico Territory. The Union-defined Arizona Territory was approximately the western half of what had been New Mexico Territory, and became the basis for the future state. The territory was officially declared on August 1, 1861, following the Confederate victory at the Battle of Mesilla. The Confederate hold in the area was broken after the Battle of Glorieta Pass, the defining battle of the New Mexico Campaign. In July 1862, the government of the Confederate Territory of Arizona relocated to El Paso, Texas. With the approach of Union troops, it withdrew to eastern Texas, where it remained for the duration of the war. The territory continued to be represented in the Confederate Congress, and Confederate troops continued to fight under the Arizona banner until the war's end.

Wonder how many hundreds of thousands of people have walked past this monument over the years and it never offended any of them.. now a handful of people tell you to be offended and people are losing their minds.

I definitely wouldn't recommend trying to erase history in Arizona. We don't stand for politically driven attacks on our Constituional rights and we take our freedom very seriously.

isn't amusing that everybody is talking about ISIS terrorist and fearing that they are preparing attacks in the US, yet they are really crying over a statue fighting each other and terrorizing each other over political disagreements seriously our enemies are laughing.

Dear local woman, That is a form of vandalism knock it off! Disagree with me? I am betting you would be pretty mad if someone decorated your house with toilet paper.... and screaming vandalism!!! I like to think Arizona's are better then this!!!!

We should ask ourselves who sought to erect these monuments in the first place, who paid for them, and why - particularly in States like Arizona that played a nominal role in the civil war. The civil war took place in 1861. Many of these monuments weren't erected until the first quarter of the 20th century or after. Arizona's oldest confederate monument was dedicated 80 years after the civil war, in 1943. This one appears to have been dedicated in the 1960s - in the midst of the civil rights movement. These monuments are not historical markers of the sacrifices of brave confederates. Rather, they were erected as a defiant, symbolic last word intended to create an ongoing message that the confederate south - and all that it valued, including slavery - lives on. I can't imagine being a minority in a state that cherishes these monuments. A minority forced to live in the face of these symbols of slavery. Removing statues that idolize those who fought to preserve something as terrible as slavery is not an attempt to erase or remove history; rather, it's removing the wrongful idolization of those who represent one of the worst parts of our history. The history of the civil war and confederate generals can and will be remembered through more appropriate means: libraries, museums, and textbooks.

'Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’ (George Santayana-1905). These monuments are a reminder while yes maybe a reminder of history that some may want to forget, it is history none the less and with out those reminders how many lessons will be forgotten and replayed over again. How much has been lost or purposely left out of the history books after all... 'History is written by the victors' - Winston Churchill

Let's see the american flag was also over houses of people that owned slaves, should we get rid of that get the hell out of here with all this crap.

Good grief. You can't erase history it happened deal with it. The good the bad and the ugly. That is why young people today don't know thread history of the United States of America. Sad. Just sad

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3 hours ago

FOX 10 Phoenix

Airline Employee Hand Delivers Luggage to Cancer Patient
HEARTWARMING: Stacy Hurt was flying to Pennsylvania for cancer treatment. When the airline lost her luggage, one Southwest Airlines employee went above and beyond to get it back to her.
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Airline Employee Hand Delivers Luggage to Cancer Patient

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Hi American's busco a esta persona Reyna Pacheco Jorge Que hace mucho se fue con mi hijo a los ee.uu y aun no se nada de el ! Si saben algo de ella envíen mensaje! Es todo! Thank you!!

That's why I only fly southwest they always go above and beyond to help passengers! The best Arline customer service by far😄

What an Awsome person for going on an beyond to get her luggage to her. She's a blessing.

I fly Southwest as much as I can. the best airline.

So she did her job.

Morgan Braun

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