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  • Prescott rodeo will go on as scheduled, despite Goodwin Fire

    Prescott rodeo will go on as scheduled, despite Goodwin Fire

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 7:40 PM EDT2017-06-28 23:40:47 GMT
    Wednesday, June 28 2017 11:50 PM EDT2017-06-29 03:50:17 GMT
    (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)(Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    The “World’s Oldest Rodeo” will go on as scheduled at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds, despite the growing Goodwin Fire. 

    The “World’s Oldest Rodeo” will go on as scheduled at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds, despite the growing Goodwin Fire. 

  • Sikh community holds open house to spread awareness, decrease hate

    Sikh community holds open house to spread awareness, decrease hate

    Sunday, June 25 2017 10:30 PM EDT2017-06-26 02:30:24 GMT
    Monday, June 26 2017 1:58 AM EDT2017-06-26 05:58:18 GMT
    Members of the local Sikh community held an open house Sunday in Glendale. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Members of the local Sikh community held an open house Sunday in Glendale. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Members of the local Sikh community held an open house Sunday, as part of a national effort to help people get a better understanding of the religion. 

    Members of the local Sikh community held an open house Sunday, as part of a national effort to help people get a better understanding of the religion. 

  • More parents opting for 'delayed cord clamping'

    More parents opting for 'delayed cord clamping'

    Saturday, June 24 2017 12:45 AM EDT2017-06-24 04:45:45 GMT
    Saturday, June 24 2017 4:44 AM EDT2017-06-24 08:44:25 GMT

    The umbilical cord is usually cut within moments of birth, but some parents are choosing to leave it on longer. 

    The umbilical cord is usually cut within moments of birth, but some parents are choosing to leave it on longer. 

  • Local group wants Volkswagen settlement to go toward electric school buses

    Local group wants Volkswagen settlement to go toward electric school buses

    Thursday, June 22 2017 12:13 AM EDT2017-06-22 04:13:02 GMT
    Thursday, June 22 2017 12:47 AM EDT2017-06-22 04:47:41 GMT
    Chispa is meeting with lawmakers to drum up support for their proposal. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Chispa is meeting with lawmakers to drum up support for their proposal. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Arizona stands to gain $57 million from a large Volkswagen settlement after allegations of cheating emissions tests and one group wants to use the money to fight pollution from buses.

    Arizona stands to gain $57 million from a large Volkswagen settlement after allegations of cheating emissions tests and one group wants to use the money to fight pollution from buses.

  • Glendale woman pleads for return of late husband's stolen military tags

    Glendale woman pleads for return of late husband's stolen military tags

    Saturday, June 17 2017 12:53 AM EDT2017-06-17 04:53:30 GMT
    Saturday, June 17 2017 3:43 PM EDT2017-06-17 19:43:28 GMT

    A Glendale woman is heartbroken after an irreplaceable memento from her late husband's military service was stolen. 

    A Glendale woman is heartbroken after an irreplaceable memento from her late husband's military service was stolen. 

  • DPS trooper forced to medically retire after wrong-way crash, recounts 2015 incident

    DPS trooper forced to medically retire after wrong-way crash, recounts 2015 incident

    Friday, June 9 2017 12:48 AM EDT2017-06-09 04:48:06 GMT
    Friday, June 9 2017 8:11 AM EDT2017-06-09 12:11:23 GMT
    Jeremy Barr broke his neck and back, and medically retired from DPS five years early after he stopped a wrong-way driver using his SUV. (Source: DPS and 3TV/CBS 5)Jeremy Barr broke his neck and back, and medically retired from DPS five years early after he stopped a wrong-way driver using his SUV. (Source: DPS and 3TV/CBS 5)

    One retired state trooper knows firsthand the destruction wrong-way crashes can cause.

    One retired state trooper knows firsthand the destruction wrong-way crashes can cause.

  • DPS director says wrong-way crashes are social issue

    DPS director says wrong-way crashes are social issue

    Thursday, June 8 2017 12:18 AM EDT2017-06-08 04:18:17 GMT
    Thursday, June 8 2017 6:20 AM EDT2017-06-08 10:20:18 GMT
    DPS Director Col. Frank Milstead says wrong-way crashes are a societal issue. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)DPS Director Col. Frank Milstead says wrong-way crashes are a societal issue. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    After three fatalities due to wrong-way crashes in the past week, Col. Frank Milstead, director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, calls this a societal issue.

    After three fatalities due to wrong-way crashes in the past week, Col. Frank Milstead, director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, calls this a societal issue.

  • Keep your house cool and save money? Tricks on beating the thermostat

    Keep your house cool and save money? Tricks on beating the thermostat

    Friday, June 2 2017 1:02 AM EDT2017-06-02 05:02:13 GMT
    Friday, June 2 2017 4:10 AM EDT2017-06-02 08:10:12 GMT
    Chris Peach, who has a blog called Money Peach, shares his method for saving money on electricity while keeping his family's home cool. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Chris Peach, who has a blog called Money Peach, shares his method for saving money on electricity while keeping his family's home cool. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Triple digits will be the norm for the next few months -- and your energy bills will reflect that. But we found some ways to beat the thermostat.

    Triple digits will be the norm for the next few months -- and your energy bills will reflect that. But we found some ways to beat the thermostat.

  • ASU grad student looks at science of Comicon

    ASU grad student looks at science of Comicon

    Sunday, May 28 2017 10:14 PM EDT2017-05-29 02:14:19 GMT
    Sunday, May 28 2017 11:00 PM EDT2017-05-29 03:00:54 GMT

    A doctoral student at Arizona State University took part in three panels at Phoenix Comicon, taking a closer look at whether magical moments on the screen could be applied in real life. 

    A doctoral student at Arizona State University took part in three panels at Phoenix Comicon, taking a closer look at whether magical moments on the screen could be applied in real life. 

  • Actor, officers targeted by Phoenix Comicon armed suspect, police say

    Actor, officers targeted by Phoenix Comicon armed suspect, police say

    Friday, May 26 2017 11:09 PM EDT2017-05-27 03:09:36 GMT
    Sunday, May 28 2017 4:27 AM EDT2017-05-28 08:27:38 GMT

    Jason David Frank called the arrest of an armed man, who police said intended to harm officers and Frank on Thursday, an “eye-opening experience.”

    Jason David Frank called the arrest of an armed man, who police said intended to harm officers and Frank on Thursday, an “eye-opening experience.”

  • Leptospirosis bacteria spread to dogs throughout Arizona

    Leptospirosis bacteria spread to dogs throughout Arizona

    Thursday, May 25 2017 8:48 PM EDT2017-05-26 00:48:12 GMT
    Thursday, May 25 2017 9:28 PM EDT2017-05-26 01:28:18 GMT
    Since February of last year, more than 70 cases of leptospirosis have been confirmed in Maricopa County.  (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Since February of last year, more than 70 cases of leptospirosis have been confirmed in Maricopa County. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Since February of last year, more than 70 cases of leptospirosis have been confirmed in Maricopa County. Now, it is on the move and we have learned of new cases in Show Low and Tucson.

    Since February of last year, more than 70 cases of leptospirosis have been confirmed in Maricopa County. Now, it is on the move and we have learned of new cases in Show Low and Tucson.

  • Computer virus blamed for porn on projector in 8th-grade class

    Computer virus blamed for porn on projector in 8th-grade class

    Thursday, May 25 2017 12:11 AM EDT2017-05-25 04:11:55 GMT
    Thursday, May 25 2017 12:31 AM EDT2017-05-25 04:31:33 GMT
    Eduprize's Queen Creek campus. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Eduprize's Queen Creek campus. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Eighth-grade students were exposed to pornographic materials last week at Eduprize's Queen Creek campus. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office said a computer virus was to blame.

    Eighth-grade students were exposed to pornographic materials last week at Eduprize's Queen Creek campus. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office said a computer virus was to blame.

  • Scottsdale cat enjoys Insta-fame

    Scottsdale cat enjoys Insta-fame

    Sunday, May 21 2017 10:57 PM EDT2017-05-22 02:57:01 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 2:03 AM EDT2017-05-22 06:03:06 GMT
    A Scottsdale woman's cat named Butter is enjoying newfound fame on Instagram. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)A Scottsdale woman's cat named Butter is enjoying newfound fame on Instagram. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A Scottsdale woman and her cat are getting used to life as viral sensations.

    A Scottsdale woman and her cat are getting used to life as viral sensations.

  • 'Tom's Tavern' in downtown Phoenix closes doors, auctions items

    'Tom's Tavern' in downtown Phoenix closes doors, auctions items

    Saturday, May 20 2017 12:04 AM EDT2017-05-20 04:04:28 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 12:26 AM EDT2017-05-22 04:26:30 GMT

    An iconic downtown Phoenix restaurant is closing its doors after 88 years in business. But you can take home a piece of history with you. 

    An iconic downtown Phoenix restaurant is closing its doors after 88 years in business. But you can take home a piece of history with you. 

  • Arizona Humane Society's 'Petique' at Biltmore closing

    Arizona Humane Society's 'Petique' at Biltmore closing

    Saturday, May 20 2017 11:27 PM EDT2017-05-21 03:27:17 GMT
    Sunday, May 21 2017 3:13 AM EDT2017-05-21 07:13:50 GMT

    A popular destination at the Biltmore Fashion Park is closing up shop. The Arizona Humane Society's "Petique" will be barking their swan song Sunday. 

    A popular destination at the Biltmore Fashion Park is closing up shop. The Arizona Humane Society's "Petique" will be barking their swan song Sunday. 

  • Family dog attacked by wild animal in Fountain Hills backyard

    Family dog attacked by wild animal in Fountain Hills backyard

    Friday, May 19 2017 12:30 AM EDT2017-05-19 04:30:27 GMT
    Friday, May 19 2017 4:08 AM EDT2017-05-19 08:08:50 GMT
    A Fountain Hills woman said her family dog Buddha died after it was attacked by a wild animal (Source: Nicole Schommer)A Fountain Hills woman said her family dog Buddha died after it was attacked by a wild animal (Source: Nicole Schommer)

    A Fountain Hills family is devastated after one of their dogs was attacked by a wild animal in their backyard.

    A Fountain Hills family is devastated after one of their dogs was attacked by a wild animal in their backyard.

  • 5-year-olds hold bake sale for classmate battling cancer

    5-year-olds hold bake sale for classmate battling cancer

    Saturday, May 13 2017 11:13 PM EDT2017-05-14 03:13:55 GMT
    Sunday, May 14 2017 3:01 AM EDT2017-05-14 07:01:35 GMT
    Friends holds a bake sale for a 5-year-old boy living with stage 4 neuroblastoma. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Friends holds a bake sale for a 5-year-old boy living with stage 4 neuroblastoma. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A community is raising money for the family of a 5-year-old boy battling stage 4 cancer. Ethan started chemotherapy last month and now his friends at school are trying to help in whatever way they can. They decided to hold a lemonade stand and bake sale for their friend Saturday in Phoenix.

    A community is raising money for the family of a 5-year-old boy battling stage 4 cancer. Ethan started chemotherapy last month and now his friends at school are trying to help in whatever way they can. They decided to hold a lemonade stand and bake sale for their friend Saturday in Phoenix.

  • Phoenix student earns associate degree before graduating high school

    Phoenix student earns associate degree before graduating high school

    Sunday, May 7 2017 9:11 PM EDT2017-05-08 01:11:04 GMT
    Sunday, May 7 2017 9:23 PM EDT2017-05-08 01:23:00 GMT
    A'Lira Underwood earned an associate degree while going to high school. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)A'Lira Underwood earned an associate degree while going to high school. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A high school senior in Phoenix has already accomplished so much. Not only is she graduating from South Mountain High School in a couple of weeks, but she already has another diploma under her belt. 

    A high school senior in Phoenix has already accomplished so much. Not only is she graduating from South Mountain High School in a couple of weeks, but she already has another diploma under her belt. 

  • Parents wonder how new health care law will impact costs

    Parents wonder how new health care law will impact costs

    Friday, May 5 2017 12:53 AM EDT2017-05-05 04:53:14 GMT
    Friday, May 5 2017 10:59 PM EDT2017-05-06 02:59:21 GMT

    The news of the passage of the American Health Care Act has left many families in Arizona wondering what will happen to their own costs. 

    The news of the passage of the American Health Care Act has left many families in Arizona wondering what will happen to their own costs. 

  • ASU students display inmates' art to combat high recidivism

    ASU students display inmates' art to combat high recidivism

    Thursday, May 4 2017 12:44 AM EDT2017-05-04 04:44:31 GMT
    Thursday, May 4 2017 12:54 AM EDT2017-05-04 04:54:20 GMT

    When you think of fine art, you don't think of a prison yard. But some Arizona State University students are now holding a gallery called (Ink)arcerated: Creativity within Confinement. 

    When you think of fine art, you don't think of a prison yard. But some Arizona State University students are now holding a gallery called (Ink)arcerated: Creativity within Confinement. 

  • Pastor at immigration march:'They're the kind of people we want as neighbors'

    Pastor at immigration march:'They're the kind of people we want as neighbors'

    Sunday, April 30 2017 9:34 PM EDT2017-05-01 01:34:18 GMT
    Sunday, April 30 2017 10:34 PM EDT2017-05-01 02:34:36 GMT
    A group of people marched in downtown Phoenix for immigrants' rights. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)A group of people marched in downtown Phoenix for immigrants' rights. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A group of people spent the night at the capitol Sunday, saying with the new presidential administration, too many resources are being spent on targeting non-violent immigrants.  

    A group of people spent the night at the capitol Sunday, saying with the new presidential administration, too many resources are being spent on targeting non-violent immigrants.  

  • Neighbors, businesses surprise family with new backyard

    Neighbors, businesses surprise family with new backyard

    Saturday, April 29 2017 11:01 PM EDT2017-04-30 03:01:59 GMT
    Sunday, April 30 2017 1:17 AM EDT2017-04-30 05:17:02 GMT

    The community in the west Valley came together today to surprise their neighbors who have been going through some hard times. They now have a place where they can relax and be a family. 

    The community in the west Valley came together today to surprise their neighbors who have been going through some hard times. They now have a place where they can relax and be a family. 

  • Student from south Phoenix accepted into 8 prestigious colleges

    Student from south Phoenix accepted into 8 prestigious colleges

    Friday, April 28 2017 1:05 AM EDT2017-04-28 05:05:03 GMT
    Friday, April 28 2017 3:44 AM EDT2017-04-28 07:44:41 GMT

    A high school senior from south Phoenix was accepted into eight prestigious colleges. 

    A high school senior from south Phoenix was accepted into eight prestigious colleges. 

  • San Tan Valley K-8 school shuts down water fountains after nitrate warning

    San Tan Valley K-8 school shuts down water fountains after nitrate warning

    Thursday, April 27 2017 12:25 AM EDT2017-04-27 04:25:16 GMT
    Thursday, April 27 2017 1:18 AM EDT2017-04-27 05:18:30 GMT
    Copper Basin K-8 turned off the water fountains and not using tap water to cook the lunchroom food due to worries about high nitrate levels. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Copper Basin K-8 turned off the water fountains and not using tap water to cook the lunchroom food due to worries about high nitrate levels. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    High nitrate levels have been found in San Tan Valley's water supply for the second time in less than six months. This week, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality tested the water and let Johnson Utilities know their nitrate levels were too high. 

    High nitrate levels have been found in San Tan Valley's water supply for the second time in less than six months. This week, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality tested the water and let Johnson Utilities know their nitrate levels were too high. 

  • 15-year-old starts campaign to buy grandparents' home so they can stay in it

    15-year-old starts campaign to buy grandparents' home so they can stay in it

    Saturday, April 22 2017 10:56 PM EDT2017-04-23 02:56:01 GMT
    Saturday, April 22 2017 11:08 PM EDT2017-04-23 03:08:12 GMT

    After falling on hard times, it appears a Chandler couple is no longer able to keep up with their house payments. But now, their 15-year-old grandson has stepped in, hoping to help them keep the keys. 

    After falling on hard times, it appears a Chandler couple is no longer able to keep up with their house payments. But now, their 15-year-old grandson has stepped in, hoping to help them keep the keys. 

  • ASU freshman goes viral after deconstructing The Chainsmokers' music

    ASU freshman goes viral after deconstructing The Chainsmokers' music

    Friday, April 21 2017 11:28 PM EDT2017-04-22 03:28:00 GMT
    Saturday, April 22 2017 1:38 AM EDT2017-04-22 05:38:34 GMT

    An ASU freshman has found overnight fame, thanks to his viral video where he breaks down the simplicity of the popular band, The Chainsmokers. 

    An ASU freshman has found overnight fame, thanks to his viral video where he breaks down the simplicity of the popular band, The Chainsmokers. 

  • Mesa man creates 20-foot tower to battle wildfires

    Mesa man creates 20-foot tower to battle wildfires

    Friday, April 21 2017 12:18 AM EDT2017-04-21 04:18:10 GMT
    Friday, April 21 2017 1:43 AM EDT2017-04-21 05:43:15 GMT
    Garry Tomsen's Silvertip Tower was born from a 15-year-old sketch. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Garry Tomsen's Silvertip Tower was born from a 15-year-old sketch. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Our wet winter provides a favorable wildfire forecast in the high country, but could still pose problems for lower elevations. One Mesa man said he has a low-cost solution to fighting fires.

    Our wet winter provides a favorable wildfire forecast in the high country, but could still pose problems for lower elevations. One Mesa man said he has a low-cost solution to fighting fires.

  • Student athletes miss state championship because school doesn't make deadline

    Student athletes miss state championship because school doesn't make deadline

    Thursday, April 20 2017 12:39 AM EDT2017-04-20 04:39:23 GMT
    Thursday, April 20 2017 9:06 AM EDT2017-04-20 13:06:30 GMT
    Several Valley high schoolers won't be able to play for a state title in tennis because administrators failed to file paperwork. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Several Valley high schoolers won't be able to play for a state title in tennis because administrators failed to file paperwork. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Several high school tennis players won't get a chance to play for the state title because of a paperwork problem.

    Several high school tennis players won't get a chance to play for the state title because of a paperwork problem.

  • Former NFL players take part in 'Champions for Homeless' event in Phoenix

    Former NFL players take part in 'Champions for Homeless' event in Phoenix

    Sunday, April 16 2017 9:11 PM EDT2017-04-17 01:11:52 GMT
    Sunday, April 16 2017 9:57 PM EDT2017-04-17 01:57:51 GMT
    Those less fortunate received an Easter meal on Sunday at St. Vincent de Paul. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Those less fortunate received an Easter meal on Sunday at St. Vincent de Paul. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    St. Vincent de Paul of Arizona hosted a busy Easter brunch, as former NFL players served up some barbecue and veggies to nearly 400 homeless men and women. 

    St. Vincent de Paul of Arizona hosted a busy Easter brunch, as former NFL players served up some barbecue and veggies to nearly 400 homeless men and women. 

  • Mother of Phoenix woman murdered in San Diego pleads for justice

    Mother of Phoenix woman murdered in San Diego pleads for justice

    Saturday, April 15 2017 11:40 PM EDT2017-04-16 03:40:18 GMT
    Sunday, April 16 2017 12:17 AM EDT2017-04-16 04:17:54 GMT

    A woman is back in Phoenix this weekend, trying to solve the murder of her beloved daughter. She said being in Phoenix is tough for her, because it's the last place where her daughter lived before her life was taken from her family, friends, and two small kids. 

    A woman is back in Phoenix this weekend, trying to solve the murder of her beloved daughter. She said being in Phoenix is tough for her, because it's the last place where her daughter lived before her life was taken from her family, friends, and two small kids. 

  • Phoenix March For Babies represents hope, remembrance, and celebration

    Phoenix March For Babies represents hope, remembrance, and celebration

    Saturday, April 8 2017 7:13 PM EDT2017-04-08 23:13:47 GMT
    Friday, April 14 2017 1:43 PM EDT2017-04-14 17:43:39 GMT

    One in 11 babies is born too soon in Arizona. On Saturday, March of Dimes held the "March for Babies" outside the state capitol. 

    One in 11 babies is born too soon in Arizona. On Saturday, March of Dimes held the "March for Babies" outside the state capitol. 

  • Phoenix man notices suspicious trend on NextDoor app

    Phoenix man notices suspicious trend on NextDoor app

    Saturday, April 8 2017 12:35 AM EDT2017-04-08 04:35:07 GMT
    Saturday, April 8 2017 1:13 AM EDT2017-04-08 05:13:50 GMT

    Some folks in Phoenix say they are working to put burglars out of business, after seeing a spike in a very suspicious behavior. 

    Some folks in Phoenix say they are working to put burglars out of business, after seeing a spike in a very suspicious behavior. 

  • ASU lab home to largest waste repository in U.S.

    ASU lab home to largest waste repository in U.S.

    Sunday, April 2 2017 9:50 PM EDT2017-04-03 01:50:04 GMT
    Monday, April 3 2017 1:09 AM EDT2017-04-03 05:09:26 GMT
    Researchers at Arizona State University are combing through sewage to get a better snapshot of public health. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Researchers at Arizona State University are combing through sewage to get a better snapshot of public health. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Researchers at Arizona State University are combing through sewage to get a better snapshot of public health.

    Researchers at Arizona State University are combing through sewage to get a better snapshot of public health.

  • Former NCAA player comes to Final Four to carry on teammate's legacy

    Former NCAA player comes to Final Four to carry on teammate's legacy

    Saturday, April 1 2017 10:24 PM EDT2017-04-02 02:24:19 GMT
    Saturday, April 1 2017 10:44 PM EDT2017-04-02 02:44:28 GMT
    Chase Stigall donated bone marrow to a 2-year-oldChase Stigall donated bone marrow to a 2-year-old

    This weekend isn't only marking a special moment for the valley. It's also giving a former NCAA player a chance to make a difference off the court.  

    This weekend isn't only marking a special moment for the valley. It's also giving a former NCAA player a chance to make a difference off the court.  

  • Arizona man creates exterior sprinkler system to combat wildfires

    Arizona man creates exterior sprinkler system to combat wildfires

    Friday, March 31 2017 11:53 PM EDT2017-04-01 03:53:26 GMT
    Saturday, April 1 2017 12:16 AM EDT2017-04-01 04:16:18 GMT

    A Valley man has created what he said is the ultimate fire shield, and he wants to outfit every home in the high country with his system. 

    A Valley man has created what he said is the ultimate fire shield, and he wants to outfit every home in the high country with his system. 

  • Local basketball team competes on Final Floor court before collegiate athletes

    Local basketball team competes on Final Floor court before collegiate athletes

    Friday, March 31 2017 1:02 AM EDT2017-03-31 05:02:56 GMT
    Friday, March 31 2017 1:42 AM EDT2017-03-31 05:42:39 GMT
    A basketball team compromised of cancer fighters and survivors will be hitting the hardwood on Friday morning. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)A basketball team compromised of cancer fighters and survivors will be hitting the hardwood on Friday morning. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    This weekend is all about basketball, but the players in the spotlight aren't just competing for a national championship. Athletes are also tearing up the court to fight cancer.

    This weekend is all about basketball, but the players in the spotlight aren't just competing for a national championship. Athletes are also tearing up the court to fight cancer.

  • High schoolers treated like royalty before prom at 'The Cinderella Affair'

    High schoolers treated like royalty before prom at 'The Cinderella Affair'

    Saturday, March 25 2017 11:31 PM EDT2017-03-26 03:31:44 GMT
    Sunday, March 26 2017 1:51 AM EDT2017-03-26 05:51:21 GMT

    Prom season is around the corner and it is one group's goal to make every girl in the Valley feel like a princess at their prom.

    Prom season is around the corner and it is one group's goal to make every girl in the Valley feel like a princess at their prom.

  • Roof rats rampant across Valley this time of year

    Roof rats rampant across Valley this time of year

    Friday, March 24 2017 11:27 PM EDT2017-03-25 03:27:57 GMT
    Saturday, March 25 2017 12:21 AM EDT2017-03-25 04:21:50 GMT

    Roof rats are a fact of life in the Valley, and if you're noticing evidence of them right now, there's good reason. 

    Roof rats are a fact of life in the Valley, and if you're noticing evidence of them right now, there's good reason. 

  • 30,000 bees set up honeycomb in north Phoenix attic

    30,000 bees set up honeycomb in north Phoenix attic

    Thursday, March 23 2017 11:47 PM EDT2017-03-24 03:47:00 GMT
    Friday, March 24 2017 12:39 AM EDT2017-03-24 04:39:43 GMT
    (Source: 3TV/CBS5)(Source: 3TV/CBS5)

     Some unwelcome guests made themselves comfortable in a north Phoenix attic. But one beekeeper had a trick to make the eviction go smoothly. 

     Some unwelcome guests made themselves comfortable in a north Phoenix attic. But one beekeeper had a trick to make the eviction go smoothly. 

  • Friends take over Scottsdale charity after founder's passing

    Friends take over Scottsdale charity after founder's passing

    Thursday, March 23 2017 12:10 AM EDT2017-03-23 04:10:21 GMT
    Thursday, March 23 2017 2:09 PM EDT2017-03-23 18:09:20 GMT
    A widow and friends are keeping the legacy alive of a charity that gives bicycles to kids for reading. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)A widow and friends are keeping the legacy alive of a charity that gives bicycles to kids for reading. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    The widow of a bike shop owner was worried the charity they started together would go by the wayside. 

    The widow of a bike shop owner was worried the charity they started together would go by the wayside. 

  • New South Mountain Freeway to utilize "diverging diamond interchange"

    Friday, March 17 2017 11:19 PM EDT2017-03-18 03:19:53 GMT
    Saturday, March 18 2017 1:32 AM EDT2017-03-18 05:32:21 GMT
    South Mountain Freeway features a new addition to our state - diverging diamond interchanges.  17 March 2017 [Source: Arizona Department of Transportation]South Mountain Freeway features a new addition to our state - diverging diamond interchanges.  17 March 2017 [Source: Arizona Department of Transportation]

    The Arizona Department of Transportation released a video rendering of the South Mountain Freeway, and it features a new addition to our state - diverging diamond interchanges.  

    The Arizona Department of Transportation released a video rendering of the South Mountain Freeway, and it features a new addition to our state - diverging diamond interchanges.  

  • Boy who beat cancer goes to dude ranch thanks to Make-A-Wish

    Boy who beat cancer goes to dude ranch thanks to Make-A-Wish

    Saturday, March 11 2017 10:15 PM EST2017-03-12 03:15:59 GMT
    Sunday, March 12 2017 1:20 AM EST2017-03-12 06:20:03 GMT

    A 9-year-old who battled cancer will get to go on the trip of a lifetime and live out his dream to spend time with a dream cowboy. 

    A 9-year-old who battled cancer will get to go on the trip of a lifetime and live out his dream to spend time with a dream cowboy. 

  • Massive clean-up underway at Saguaro Lake, Salt River

    Massive clean-up underway at Saguaro Lake, Salt River

    Friday, March 10 2017 11:06 PM EST2017-03-11 04:06:55 GMT
    Saturday, March 11 2017 12:08 AM EST2017-03-11 05:08:04 GMT

    This weekend, the group Natural Restorations and dozens of volunteers will descend on the Saguaro Lake, Salt River area with bag and gloves in hand to clean up the mess others leave behind.  

    This weekend, the group Natural Restorations and dozens of volunteers will descend on the Saguaro Lake, Salt River area with bag and gloves in hand to clean up the mess others leave behind.  

  • Crooks burglarize Phoenix solar company, dump trailer

    Crooks burglarize Phoenix solar company, dump trailer

    Thursday, March 9 2017 9:58 PM EST2017-03-10 02:58:08 GMT
    Thursday, March 9 2017 11:28 PM EST2017-03-10 04:28:55 GMT
    One of the box trailers stolen from a Phoenix solar company. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)One of the box trailers stolen from a Phoenix solar company. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Thousands of dollars worth of solar panels were stolen from a small business in Phoenix.  

    Thousands of dollars worth of solar panels were stolen from a small business in Phoenix.  

  • Bicycle enthusiasts start Facebook group to combat thefts

    Bicycle enthusiasts start Facebook group to combat thefts

    Sunday, March 5 2017 10:05 PM EST2017-03-06 03:05:29 GMT
    Monday, March 6 2017 7:39 AM EST2017-03-06 12:39:00 GMT
    Kendra Sollars had her bike stole but thanks to a network of bicyclists, she was able to get it back. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Kendra Sollars had her bike stole but thanks to a network of bicyclists, she was able to get it back. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A group of passionate bicycle riders turned pseudo-vigilantes is working together to combat bike thefts here in the Valley. And their efforts have already brought four bikes back home.

    A group of passionate bicycle riders turned pseudo-vigilantes is working together to combat bike thefts here in the Valley. And their efforts have already brought four bikes back home.

  • After homeless man burglarized, Phoenix community raises money to replace items

    After homeless man burglarized, Phoenix community raises money to replace items

    Saturday, March 4 2017 10:04 PM EST2017-03-05 03:04:04 GMT
    Saturday, March 4 2017 11:48 PM EST2017-03-05 04:48:01 GMT

    The Phoenix community has come together to help a homeless man who was burglarized. Saturday, the woman spearheading the fundraiser presented the man, John, and his dog, Sampson, with their new ride. 

    The Phoenix community has come together to help a homeless man who was burglarized. Saturday, the woman spearheading the fundraiser presented the man, John, and his dog, Sampson, with their new ride. 

  • Boy attacked by bees meets first responders who saved his life

    Boy attacked by bees meets first responders who saved his life

    Thursday, March 2 2017 11:39 PM EST2017-03-03 04:39:38 GMT
    Friday, March 3 2017 2:35 AM EST2017-03-03 07:35:45 GMT
    A Safford boy who was stung more than 400 times by bees last month got to say "thank you" to the first responders who saved his life. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)A Safford boy who was stung more than 400 times by bees last month got to say "thank you" to the first responders who saved his life. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A Safford boy who was stung more than 400 times by bees last month got to say "thank you" to the first responders who saved his life. 

    A Safford boy who was stung more than 400 times by bees last month got to say "thank you" to the first responders who saved his life. 

  • ASU-based preschool closing permanently this summer

    ASU-based preschool closing permanently this summer

    Wednesday, March 1 2017 11:35 PM EST2017-03-02 04:35:01 GMT
    Thursday, March 2 2017 12:45 AM EST2017-03-02 05:45:56 GMT
    A preschool associated with Arizona State University is closing its doors for good at the end of July. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)A preschool associated with Arizona State University is closing its doors for good at the end of July. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A preschool run by ASU is closing its doors for good this summer.  

    A preschool run by ASU is closing its doors for good this summer.  

  • Unified Field Day benefits Special Olympics Arizona

    Unified Field Day benefits Special Olympics Arizona

    Saturday, February 25 2017 10:12 PM EST2017-02-26 03:12:50 GMT
    Saturday, February 25 2017 11:43 PM EST2017-02-26 04:43:47 GMT

    Competition brought out the best in people Saturday in Chandler. Unified Field Day helped raise money for Special Olympics Arizona.

    Competition brought out the best in people Saturday in Chandler. Unified Field Day helped raise money for Special Olympics Arizona.

  • 'Underdog' basketball team makes it to state championships

    'Underdog' basketball team makes it to state championships

    Saturday, February 25 2017 1:07 AM EST2017-02-25 06:07:03 GMT
    Saturday, February 25 2017 1:35 AM EST2017-02-25 06:35:42 GMT

    High school basketball championships don't always make the news. But when one of the teams makes it there in their first year, after starting the season with no uniforms, that's a different story. 

    High school basketball championships don't always make the news. But when one of the teams makes it there in their first year, after starting the season with no uniforms, that's a different story. 

  • UPS employee helps police officer take down burglary suspect

    UPS employee helps police officer take down burglary suspect

    Thursday, February 23 2017 10:03 PM EST2017-02-24 03:03:01 GMT
    Thursday, February 23 2017 11:32 PM EST2017-02-24 04:32:55 GMT
    UPS employee Adam Faz helped a police officer arrest a suspect. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)UPS employee Adam Faz helped a police officer arrest a suspect. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A UPS employee helped a Phoenix police officer subdue a suspect who was resisting arrest.  

    A UPS employee helped a Phoenix police officer subdue a suspect who was resisting arrest.  

  • APS crews headed to California following storms

    APS crews headed to California following storms

    Sunday, February 19 2017 9:45 PM EST2017-02-20 02:45:32 GMT
    Sunday, February 19 2017 11:45 PM EST2017-02-20 04:45:11 GMT
    Dozens of APS workers are helping a utility company in California. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Dozens of APS workers are helping a utility company in California. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    "Pacific Gas & Electric has requested us to respond, and our guys have stepped up and answered the call," said Tony Tewelis from Arizona Public Service. 

    "Pacific Gas & Electric has requested us to respond, and our guys have stepped up and answered the call," said Tony Tewelis from Arizona Public Service. 

  • Holistic veterinarian offers natural aids amid leptspirosis outbreak

    Holistic veterinarian offers natural aids amid leptspirosis outbreak

    Friday, February 17 2017 10:57 PM EST2017-02-18 03:57:53 GMT
    Saturday, February 18 2017 12:32 AM EST2017-02-18 05:32:11 GMT

    The leptospirosis bacteria is very contagious, and causes vomiting, shaking and lethargy, among other symptoms. It can also spread to humans. 

    The leptospirosis bacteria is very contagious, and causes vomiting, shaking and lethargy, among other symptoms. It can also spread to humans. 

  • More dogs sick with leptospirosis in Maricopa County

    More dogs sick with leptospirosis in Maricopa County

    Thursday, February 16 2017 6:26 PM EST2017-02-16 23:26:12 GMT
    Thursday, February 16 2017 6:51 PM EST2017-02-16 23:51:12 GMT
    Leptospirosis is a highly contagious bacteria that can be transmitted through urine and contaminated water. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Leptospirosis is a highly contagious bacteria that can be transmitted through urine and contaminated water. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    More dogs in the Valley are becoming sick with a dangerous bacteria and three have died. You can get a vaccine for your dog to prevent it.

    More dogs in the Valley are becoming sick with a dangerous bacteria and three have died. You can get a vaccine for your dog to prevent it.

  • Famed Native American flutist performs in Valley

    Famed Native American flutist performs in Valley

    Sunday, February 12 2017 6:56 PM EST2017-02-12 23:56:51 GMT
    Sunday, February 12 2017 7:12 PM EST2017-02-13 00:12:11 GMT
    Famed flutist Aaron White performed in Phoenix on Sunday. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Famed flutist Aaron White performed in Phoenix on Sunday. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Famed Flutist Aaron White performed in the Valley Sunday. 

    Famed Flutist Aaron White performed in the Valley Sunday. 

  • Parents meet over proposed medical marijuana dispensary next to preschool

    Parents meet over proposed medical marijuana dispensary next to preschool

    Friday, February 10 2017 11:03 PM EST2017-02-11 04:03:03 GMT
    Saturday, February 11 2017 12:19 AM EST2017-02-11 05:19:07 GMT

    Grace Garden Christian Preschool has been in its same location in Ahwatukee for 14 years. The director said she does not want a medical marijuana dispensary opening up next to their playground.  

    Grace Garden Christian Preschool has been in its same location in Ahwatukee for 14 years. The director said she does not want a medical marijuana dispensary opening up next to their playground.  

  • Neighbors want debris outside home in Coronado neighborhood cleaned up

    Neighbors want debris outside home in Coronado neighborhood cleaned up

    Thursday, February 9 2017 9:27 PM EST2017-02-10 02:27:00 GMT
    Friday, February 10 2017 8:19 PM EST2017-02-11 01:19:48 GMT

    A house in central Phoenix has become a dumping ground for furniture and trash. Neighbors are upset that the mess likely won't be cleaned up before they host a historic home tour in a couple of weeks. 

    A house in central Phoenix has become a dumping ground for furniture and trash. Neighbors are upset that the mess likely won't be cleaned up before they host a historic home tour in a couple of weeks. 

  • More than 40 Valley dogs diagnosed with rare leptospirosis bacteria

    More than 40 Valley dogs diagnosed with rare leptospirosis bacteria

    Wednesday, February 8 2017 10:56 PM EST2017-02-09 03:56:11 GMT
    Thursday, February 9 2017 11:18 AM EST2017-02-09 16:18:16 GMT
    Leptospirosis is a highly contagious bacteria that can be transmitted through urine and contaminated water. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Leptospirosis is a highly contagious bacteria that can be transmitted through urine and contaminated water. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    There is a small outbreak of leptospirosis among dogs in the Valley. It's a highly contagious bacteria that can be transmitted through urine and contaminated water. 

    There is a small outbreak of leptospirosis among dogs in the Valley. It's a highly contagious bacteria that can be transmitted through urine and contaminated water. 

  • Local restaurant feels Super Bowl Sunday rush

    Local restaurant feels Super Bowl Sunday rush

    Sunday, February 5 2017 9:27 PM EST2017-02-06 02:27:35 GMT
    Sunday, February 5 2017 9:49 PM EST2017-02-06 02:49:41 GMT
    Pizza Heaven Bistro said workers would make up to 150 pizzas on Super Bowl Sunday. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Pizza Heaven Bistro said workers would make up to 150 pizzas on Super Bowl Sunday. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    More pizza and wings left the kitchen at Pizza Heaven Bistro in central Phoenix than you can imagine. 

    More pizza and wings left the kitchen at Pizza Heaven Bistro in central Phoenix than you can imagine. 

  • Proposed bill would impose 95 percent tax on vapor products in AZ

    Proposed bill would impose 95 percent tax on vapor products in AZ

    Friday, February 3 2017 11:28 PM EST2017-02-04 04:28:09 GMT
    Saturday, February 4 2017 12:09 AM EST2017-02-04 05:09:32 GMT

    E-cigarettes could nearly double in price if a new bill becomes law. Some shops said this could put this out of business, but others say it will keep the devices out of kids' hands. 

    E-cigarettes could nearly double in price if a new bill becomes law. Some shops said this could put this out of business, but others say it will keep the devices out of kids' hands. 

  • Mesa high school launches sober program for recovering students in AZ

    Mesa high school launches sober program for recovering students in AZ

    Thursday, February 2 2017 11:52 PM EST2017-02-03 04:52:50 GMT
    Friday, February 3 2017 1:33 AM EST2017-02-03 06:33:49 GMT
    Sun Valley High School is launching a special program in March for kids battling addiction. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Sun Valley High School is launching a special program in March for kids battling addiction. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    We all deserve a second chance, and one school in the Valley is making sure kids battling addiction don't get left behind. 

    We all deserve a second chance, and one school in the Valley is making sure kids battling addiction don't get left behind. 

  • AZ Marine about to be deployed needs foster care for dogs

    AZ Marine about to be deployed needs foster care for dogs

    Saturday, January 28 2017 10:39 PM EST2017-01-29 03:39:26 GMT
    Sunday, January 29 2017 10:08 AM EST2017-01-29 15:08:21 GMT

    A local Marine about to be deployed is asking for help; he needs someone to watch his dogs while he's gone.  As he found out while working with the group "Dogs on Deployment," it's a problem a lot of men and women in the military face. 

    A local Marine about to be deployed is asking for help; he needs someone to watch his dogs while he's gone.  As he found out while working with the group "Dogs on Deployment," it's a problem a lot of men and women in the military face. 

  • Glendale officer's act of kindness helps 12-year-old after hamster was stolen

    Glendale officer's act of kindness helps 12-year-old after hamster was stolen

    Friday, January 27 2017 11:15 PM EST2017-01-28 04:15:27 GMT
    Friday, January 27 2017 11:43 PM EST2017-01-28 04:43:10 GMT

    A house in Glendale was burglarized in broad daylight. And the most precious thing stolen was the family's pet hamster. But the ordeal was made a little more bearable thanks to the kindness of a Glendale police officer. 

    A house in Glendale was burglarized in broad daylight. And the most precious thing stolen was the family's pet hamster. But the ordeal was made a little more bearable thanks to the kindness of a Glendale police officer. 

  • Robbery in progress in Phoenix captured on Facebook live

    Robbery in progress in Phoenix captured on Facebook live

    Thursday, January 19 2017 10:26 PM EST2017-01-20 03:26:41 GMT
    Thursday, January 19 2017 10:52 PM EST2017-01-20 03:52:16 GMT
    Ashley Allen said she was robbed while Facebook living the sunrise on Sunday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Ashley Allen said she was robbed while Facebook living the sunrise on Sunday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A robbery was caught on camera during a live broadcast on Facebook in Phoenix Sunday morning.  

    A robbery was caught on camera during a live broadcast on Facebook in Phoenix Sunday morning.  

  • Community garden in Fountain Hills hit by vandals

    Community garden in Fountain Hills hit by vandals

    Wednesday, January 18 2017 11:48 PM EST2017-01-19 04:48:47 GMT
    Thursday, January 19 2017 12:10 AM EST2017-01-19 05:10:11 GMT
    About 20 to 30 cinder blocks were damaged by vandals at the Fountain Hills Community Garden. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)About 20 to 30 cinder blocks were damaged by vandals at the Fountain Hills Community Garden. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Police are searching for some vandals after they hit a community garden in Fountain Hills. 

    Police are searching for some vandals after they hit a community garden in Fountain Hills. 

  • Mesa police distribute information on child sex assault at public meeting

    Mesa police distribute information on child sex assault at public meeting

    Wednesday, January 18 2017 11:28 PM EST2017-01-19 04:28:25 GMT
    Wednesday, January 18 2017 11:43 PM EST2017-01-19 04:43:52 GMT
    Sketch of sexual assault suspect (Source: Mesa Police Department)Sketch of sexual assault suspect (Source: Mesa Police Department)

    Mesa residents are understandably very alarmed after police told them a man got into a home in the night and sexually assaulted a child.  

    Mesa residents are understandably very alarmed after police told them a man got into a home in the night and sexually assaulted a child.  

  • Troopers Association collecting donations for injured DPS member

    Troopers Association collecting donations for injured DPS member

    Sunday, January 15 2017 5:48 PM EST2017-01-15 22:48:13 GMT
    Sunday, January 15 2017 8:37 PM EST2017-01-16 01:37:34 GMT
    The trooper wasn identified as Edward Andersson. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The trooper wasn identified as Edward Andersson. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    An Arizona Department of Public Safety Trooper shot while responding to a call in Tonopah this week is recovering. Now, the Arizona State Troopers Association is collecting donations for his family.  

    An Arizona Department of Public Safety Trooper shot while responding to a call in Tonopah this week is recovering. Now, the Arizona State Troopers Association is collecting donations for his family.  

  • Uncertain F-35 future worries some west Valley businesses

    Uncertain F-35 future worries some west Valley businesses

    Wednesday, January 11 2017 11:32 PM EST2017-01-12 04:32:21 GMT
    Thursday, January 12 2017 12:32 AM EST2017-01-12 05:32:21 GMT
    President-elect Donald Trump is putting the F-35 program under the microscope. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)President-elect Donald Trump is putting the F-35 program under the microscope. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Whether you refer to it as a military marvel, or the most expensive weapon in history, the F-35 is supposed to call Luke Air Force Base home. Now, the program is under the microscope, thanks to Trump, who has called its costs "out of control." 

    Whether you refer to it as a military marvel, or the most expensive weapon in history, the F-35 is supposed to call Luke Air Force Base home. Now, the program is under the microscope, thanks to Trump, who has called its costs "out of control." 

  • Cubs fans wait hours in line to get spring training tickets in Mesa

    Cubs fans wait hours in line to get spring training tickets in Mesa

    Saturday, January 7 2017 10:26 PM EST2017-01-08 03:26:41 GMT
    Sunday, January 8 2017 1:14 AM EST2017-01-08 06:14:28 GMT

    The World Series champions will be making their way to the Valley for spring training. Saturday, fans waited for hours in the cold at Sloan Park in Mesa to get a ticket. 

    The World Series champions will be making their way to the Valley for spring training. Saturday, fans waited for hours in the cold at Sloan Park in Mesa to get a ticket. 

  • Drones to enter the home security business

    Drones to enter the home security business

    Friday, January 6 2017 11:58 PM EST2017-01-07 04:58:27 GMT
    Saturday, January 7 2017 12:03 AM EST2017-01-07 05:03:28 GMT

    Drones are part of our everyday lives and now, they could be the secret to a secure home. 

    Drones are part of our everyday lives and now, they could be the secret to a secure home. 

  • 2016 ties for 3rd-hottest on record in Phoenix

    2016 ties for 3rd-hottest on record in Phoenix

    Wednesday, January 4 2017 9:53 PM EST2017-01-05 02:53:36 GMT
    Thursday, January 5 2017 6:37 PM EST2017-01-05 23:37:56 GMT
    A cool December helped 2016 avoid being the hottest year in the Valley. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)A cool December helped 2016 avoid being the hottest year in the Valley. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    2016 just tied for the 3rd-warmest year in Phoenix. What can we expect for 2017?

    2016 just tied for the 3rd-warmest year in Phoenix. What can we expect for 2017?

  • AZ finance expert weighs in on 2017 predictions

    AZ finance expert weighs in on 2017 predictions

    Sunday, January 1 2017 10:18 PM EST2017-01-02 03:18:27 GMT
    Sunday, January 1 2017 10:33 PM EST2017-01-02 03:33:29 GMT
    Wages are expected to increase in 2017 but so are the costs of goods and services. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Wages are expected to increase in 2017 but so are the costs of goods and services. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    2016 was a mixed bag for people's wallets. Experts say we had low unemployment rates, but relatively stagnant wages. So what's on the horizon for the new year? 

    2016 was a mixed bag for people's wallets. Experts say we had low unemployment rates, but relatively stagnant wages. So what's on the horizon for the new year? 

  • Scottsdale yoga teacher on how to avoid holiday stress

    Scottsdale yoga teacher on how to avoid holiday stress

    Friday, December 23 2016 9:34 PM EST2016-12-24 02:34:14 GMT
    Saturday, December 24 2016 12:27 AM EST2016-12-24 05:27:42 GMT

    This time of year, many of us let stress get the best of us.  

    This time of year, many of us let stress get the best of us.  

  • County shelter staff member speaks out against controversial spay and neuter policy

    County shelter staff member speaks out against controversial spay and neuter policy

    Thursday, December 22 2016 10:17 PM EST2016-12-23 03:17:50 GMT
    Friday, December 23 2016 12:12 AM EST2016-12-23 05:12:28 GMT
    All animals are spayed or neutered, including females already pregnant, at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)All animals are spayed or neutered, including females already pregnant, at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A staff member at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control is speaking out about what's happening to pregnant animals at the shelter.  

    A staff member at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control is speaking out about what's happening to pregnant animals at the shelter.  

  • AZ solar companies fear future of industry after net metering vote

    AZ solar companies fear future of industry after net metering vote

    Wednesday, December 21 2016 9:54 PM EST2016-12-22 02:54:53 GMT
    Wednesday, December 21 2016 10:19 PM EST2016-12-22 03:19:32 GMT
    Solar companies wonder what the future will be like in Arizona after a big change for net metering rates. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Solar companies wonder what the future will be like in Arizona after a big change for net metering rates. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    People who work in the solar industry in Arizona are worried about their jobs, now that a big change is coming for customers. 

    People who work in the solar industry in Arizona are worried about their jobs, now that a big change is coming for customers. 

  • Christmas Lights Parade dazzles Town of Guadalupe

    Christmas Lights Parade dazzles Town of Guadalupe

    Sunday, December 18 2016 10:02 PM EST2016-12-19 03:02:37 GMT
    Monday, December 19 2016 12:27 AM EST2016-12-19 05:27:36 GMT
    Hundreds came out for the Christmas Lights Parade in Guadalupe. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Hundreds came out for the Christmas Lights Parade in Guadalupe. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Lights dazzled the town of Guadalupe Sunday night in their Christmas Lights Parade. As more than one person pointed it, it seemed like the entire town took part in the celebration. 

    Lights dazzled the town of Guadalupe Sunday night in their Christmas Lights Parade. As more than one person pointed it, it seemed like the entire town took part in the celebration. 

  • In freezing temperatures, volunteers pass out food, toys to Flagstaff families

    In freezing temperatures, volunteers pass out food, toys to Flagstaff families

    Saturday, December 17 2016 10:19 PM EST2016-12-18 03:19:28 GMT
    Sunday, December 18 2016 9:57 AM EST2016-12-18 14:57:05 GMT

    Frigid temperatures in Flagstaff didn't stop volunteers from passing out food to families Saturday, so everyone has a hot meal for the holiday. 

    Frigid temperatures in Flagstaff didn't stop volunteers from passing out food to families Saturday, so everyone has a hot meal for the holiday. 

  • Fewer kids in state care; DCS says numbers paint positive picture

    DCS says new numbers paint positive picture

    Thursday, December 15 2016 10:43 PM EST2016-12-16 03:43:40 GMT
    Thursday, December 15 2016 10:44 PM EST2016-12-16 03:44:33 GMT

    The Department of Child Safety released new data showing a decrease in the number of inactive cases, as well as in the number of kids in state care. 

    The Department of Child Safety released new data showing a decrease in the number of inactive cases, as well as in the number of kids in state care. 

  • PR firm takes county recorder-elect to small claims court over business matter and wins

    PR firm takes county recorder-elect to small claims court over business matter and wins

    Wednesday, December 14 2016 10:10 PM EST2016-12-15 03:10:52 GMT
    Thursday, December 15 2016 6:48 PM EST2016-12-15 23:48:48 GMT
    Newly elected County Recorder Adrian Fontes (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Newly elected County Recorder Adrian Fontes (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Stacey Champion with Champion PR + Consulting said newly elected County Recorder Adrian Fontes did not pay her for some of the work she did for his private business.

    Stacey Champion with Champion PR + Consulting said newly elected County Recorder Adrian Fontes did not pay her for some of the work she did for his private business.

  • Motorcycle clubs buy gifts for hundreds of Christmas Angels

    Motorcycle clubs buy gifts for hundreds of Christmas Angels

    Sunday, December 11 2016 10:22 PM EST2016-12-12 03:22:13 GMT
    Sunday, December 11 2016 11:10 PM EST2016-12-12 04:10:21 GMT
    Dozens of motorcyclists bought gifts for Christmas Angels. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Dozens of motorcyclists bought gifts for Christmas Angels. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Generosity came pouring out of a Walmart in Mesa. A group of motorcycle riders took all of the tags off the Christmas Angel tree there and started crossing things off their list. 

    Generosity came pouring out of a Walmart in Mesa. A group of motorcycle riders took all of the tags off the Christmas Angel tree there and started crossing things off their list. 

  • 'Arizona Helping Hands' toy drive helps foster kids, families in need

    'Arizona Helping Hands' toy drive helps foster kids, families in need

    Sunday, December 11 2016 9:15 PM EST2016-12-12 02:15:27 GMT
    Sunday, December 11 2016 10:55 PM EST2016-12-12 03:55:42 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    More than 800 Valley families picked up packages to make the holidays a little brighter.  Arizona Helping Hands gathered toys from dozens of local businesses who held their own toy drives. 

    More than 800 Valley families picked up packages to make the holidays a little brighter.  Arizona Helping Hands gathered toys from dozens of local businesses who held their own toy drives. 

  • Platoon members donate their own medals to mom of AZ fallen soldier

    Platoon members donate their own medals to mom of AZ fallen soldier

    Saturday, December 10 2016 10:07 PM EST2016-12-11 03:07:07 GMT
    Sunday, December 11 2016 12:01 PM EST2016-12-11 17:01:01 GMT

    Army specialist Santos Armijo was killed in Iraq in 2006. In August, his mother's home in Tolleson was burglarized, and thieves made off his with medals of honor. Now, his military family has come together to donate their own. 

    Army specialist Santos Armijo was killed in Iraq in 2006. In August, his mother's home in Tolleson was burglarized, and thieves made off his with medals of honor. Now, his military family has come together to donate their own. 

  • Changing healthcare fears spur questions about birth control

    Changing healthcare fears spur questions about birth control

    Tuesday, December 6 2016 11:36 PM EST2016-12-07 04:36:55 GMT
    Wednesday, December 7 2016 12:39 AM EST2016-12-07 05:39:58 GMT

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said repealing the Affordable Care Act is the top priority for Republican lawmakers when they go back to work in the New Year.

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said repealing the Affordable Care Act is the top priority for Republican lawmakers when they go back to work in the New Year.

  • Huss Brewing Company, some neighbors at odds over new Uptown Plaza location

    Huss Brewing Company, some neighbors at odds over new Uptown Plaza location

    Monday, December 5 2016 6:07 PM EST2016-12-05 23:07:10 GMT
    Monday, December 5 2016 7:55 PM EST2016-12-06 00:55:22 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A battle over beer is stirring up a lot of attention in central Phoenix. The popular Huss Brewing Company wants to move into the Uptown Plaza, but some neighbors are putting up a fight.

    A battle over beer is stirring up a lot of attention in central Phoenix. The popular Huss Brewing Company wants to move into the Uptown Plaza, but some neighbors are putting up a fight.

  • Consumer confidence could impact holiday shopping in Arizona

    Consumer confidence could impact holiday shopping in Arizona

    Sunday, December 4 2016 8:48 PM EST2016-12-05 01:48:05 GMT
    Sunday, December 4 2016 11:34 PM EST2016-12-05 04:34:51 GMT

    Between buying decorations for the home and purchasing gifts for our friends and family, it's easy to go over budget this time of year, especially now that consumer confidence is up.  

    Between buying decorations for the home and purchasing gifts for our friends and family, it's easy to go over budget this time of year, especially now that consumer confidence is up.  

  • Family of wrong-way driver who hit Greyhound bus has warning

    Family of wrong-way driver who hit Greyhound bus has warning

    Friday, November 25 2016 11:33 PM EST2016-11-26 04:33:05 GMT
    Saturday, November 26 2016 10:46 AM EST2016-11-26 15:46:29 GMT

    The family of a woman who DPS troopers said was driving the wrong way on the Interstate 10 early Friday morning said they are devastated. 

    The family of a woman who DPS troopers said was driving the wrong way on the Interstate 10 early Friday morning said they are devastated. 

  • Family of Chandler mom hit and killed by car releases owls into wild

    Family of Chandler mom hit and killed by car releases owls into wild

    Wednesday, November 23 2016 10:47 PM EST2016-11-24 03:47:08 GMT
    Thursday, November 24 2016 1:17 AM EST2016-11-24 06:17:21 GMT
    Four owls were released in honor of Pamela Hesselbacher, who was killed in a car crash. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Four owls were released in honor of Pamela Hesselbacher, who was killed in a car crash. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    It's been less than two weeks since Pamela Hesselbacher was killed. She was out walking with her children in Chandler, when police say they were hit by a red-light runner. On Wednesday, they had a symbolic ceremony to honor her.

    It's been less than two weeks since Pamela Hesselbacher was killed. She was out walking with her children in Chandler, when police say they were hit by a red-light runner. On Wednesday, they had a symbolic ceremony to honor her.

  • Volunteers assemble wreaths for fallen officers in AZ

    Volunteers assemble wreaths for fallen officers in AZ

    Sunday, November 20 2016 10:19 PM EST2016-11-21 03:19:04 GMT
    Monday, November 21 2016 12:34 AM EST2016-11-21 05:34:49 GMT

    Volunteers donated their time and handiwork this morning, putting together wreaths to honor Arizona's fallen officers. 

    Volunteers donated their time and handiwork this morning, putting together wreaths to honor Arizona's fallen officers. 

  • Lung Force Walk in Mesa promotes lung health, research for leading cancer killer

    Lung Force Walk in Mesa promotes lung health, research for leading cancer killer

    Saturday, November 19 2016 10:01 PM EST2016-11-20 03:01:34 GMT
    Sunday, November 20 2016 11:16 AM EST2016-11-20 16:16:37 GMT

    Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer, and Saturday's Lung Force Walk shined a light on why we all need healthy lungs.

    Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer, and Saturday's Lung Force Walk shined a light on why we all need healthy lungs.

  • Foam alert: What is the fire-suppressing foam that created CA blob?

    Foam alert: What is the fire-suppressing foam that created CA blob?

    Friday, November 18 2016 11:54 PM EST2016-11-19 04:54:56 GMT
    Saturday, November 19 2016 9:54 PM EST2016-11-20 02:54:05 GMT

    A blob of foam filled an airport hangar before spilling into nearby streets at San Jose International Airport in Santa Clara, California. Officials said an alarm malfunctioned inside, causing the foam to seep out.

    A blob of foam filled an airport hangar before spilling into nearby streets at San Jose International Airport in Santa Clara, California. Officials said an alarm malfunctioned inside, causing the foam to seep out.

  • First of its kind 10-year domestic violence report released in AZ

    First of its kind 10-year domestic violence report released in AZ

    Thursday, November 17 2016 11:50 PM EST2016-11-18 04:50:51 GMT
    Friday, November 18 2016 1:11 AM EST2016-11-18 06:11:51 GMT
    Linda King was a victim of domestic violence. A new report says someone in Arizona loses their life to domestic violence every 3 days. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Linda King was a victim of domestic violence. A new report says someone in Arizona loses their life to domestic violence every 3 days. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence just released their first ten-year report taking a hard look at the issue of domestic violence in our state. 

    The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence just released their first ten-year report taking a hard look at the issue of domestic violence in our state. 

  • 3TV's Javier Soto serves as emcee for Anthem tree lighting event

    3TV's Javier Soto serves as emcee for Anthem tree lighting event

    Saturday, November 12 2016 9:58 PM EST2016-11-13 02:58:17 GMT
    Saturday, November 12 2016 10:33 PM EST2016-11-13 03:33:54 GMT

    It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Anthem this weekend.

    It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Anthem this weekend.

  • Valley girl finishes Mollen mile with cheerleaders by her side

    Valley girl finishes Mollen mile with cheerleaders by her side

    Saturday, November 12 2016 10:11 PM EST2016-11-13 03:11:10 GMT
    Saturday, November 12 2016 10:14 PM EST2016-11-13 03:14:53 GMT

    A Valley girl who has been battling some health issues found a way to finish a race she had to forgo. 

    A Valley girl who has been battling some health issues found a way to finish a race she had to forgo. 

  • Former AZ attorney for suspected serial killer says 1987 case troubled him

    Former AZ attorney for suspected serial killer says 1987 case troubled him

    Friday, November 11 2016 9:22 PM EST2016-11-12 02:22:01 GMT
    Saturday, November 12 2016 12:53 AM EST2016-11-12 05:53:31 GMT

    The Arizona attorney who defended now-accused serial killer Todd Kohlhepp back in 1987 said he is stunned.

    The Arizona attorney who defended now-accused serial killer Todd Kohlhepp back in 1987 said he is stunned.

  • Fans blow off steam at final ASU home game

    Fans blow off steam at final ASU home game

    Friday, November 11 2016 12:12 AM EST2016-11-11 05:12:01 GMT
    Friday, November 11 2016 7:34 AM EST2016-11-11 12:34:04 GMT
    ASU fans were ready for the team's final home game of the season on Thursday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)ASU fans were ready for the team's final home game of the season on Thursday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Arizona State University's final home football game against the Utah Utes was a great way for people to let off some steam at the end of the week. It also featured some moving tributes to our members of the armed forces. 

    Arizona State University's final home football game against the Utah Utes was a great way for people to let off some steam at the end of the week. It also featured some moving tributes to our members of the armed forces. 

  • High rate of veteran suicides in AZ inspires 5K event

    High rate of veteran suicides in AZ inspires 5K event

    Saturday, November 5 2016 12:23 AM EDT2016-11-05 04:23:09 GMT
    Saturday, November 5 2016 11:34 AM EDT2016-11-05 15:34:00 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    After seeing the news coverage of veterans waiting for care, one Valley woman decided to take things into her own hands. 

    After seeing the news coverage of veterans waiting for care, one Valley woman decided to take things into her own hands. 

  • Sex offender accused of keeping woman chained in SC served time in AZ

    Sex offender accused of keeping woman chained in SC served time in AZ

    Thursday, November 3 2016 11:17 PM EDT2016-11-04 03:17:22 GMT
    Friday, November 4 2016 10:51 AM EDT2016-11-04 14:51:39 GMT
    Todd Kohlhepp. (Source: Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office)Todd Kohlhepp. (Source: Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office)

    We are learning more about the man with Arizona ties who is now accused of keeping a woman chained in a container for months.  

    We are learning more about the man with Arizona ties who is now accused of keeping a woman chained in a container for months.  

  • Valley high school teacher navigates election lessons in classroom

    Valley high school teacher navigates election lessons in classroom

    Wednesday, November 2 2016 11:54 PM EDT2016-11-03 03:54:47 GMT
    Thursday, November 3 2016 12:54 AM EDT2016-11-03 04:54:34 GMT
    Nancie Lindblom has had to change her syllabus when it comes to this year's election. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Nancie Lindblom has had to change her syllabus when it comes to this year's election. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The civil discourse in this election cycle has been noticeably different, and some say it's downright nasty. So how are the people tasked with teaching our young future voters' minds handling that?  

    The civil discourse in this election cycle has been noticeably different, and some say it's downright nasty. So how are the people tasked with teaching our young future voters' minds handling that?  

  • Uber driver affected by impaired driving in three separate tragedies

    Uber driver affected by impaired driving in three separate tragedies

    Saturday, October 29 2016 12:03 AM EDT2016-10-29 04:03:47 GMT
    Saturday, October 29 2016 11:13 AM EDT2016-10-29 15:13:12 GMT

    Halloween weekend is here, and it'll be full of parties. That means drivers need to be extra safe on the roadways, and if you plan on drinking, arrange a ride ahead of time.  

    Halloween weekend is here, and it'll be full of parties. That means drivers need to be extra safe on the roadways, and if you plan on drinking, arrange a ride ahead of time.  

  • Sunnyslope neighbors working together to curb blight, crime

    Sunnyslope neighbors working together to curb blight, crime

    Friday, October 28 2016 12:38 AM EDT2016-10-28 04:38:27 GMT
    Friday, October 28 2016 1:52 AM EDT2016-10-28 05:52:37 GMT
    Some residents in the area of 19th and Dunlap avenues said the new light rail extension has hurt the neighborhood. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Some residents in the area of 19th and Dunlap avenues said the new light rail extension has hurt the neighborhood. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    People living near 19th Avenue and Dunlap tell us their slice of heaven isn't so nice these days. They say they don't feel safe in their own neighborhood, and they're doing something about it.  

    People living near 19th Avenue and Dunlap tell us their slice of heaven isn't so nice these days. They say they don't feel safe in their own neighborhood, and they're doing something about it.  

  • Vision of one-stop shop to encourage more AZ foster parents in works

    Vision of one-stop shop to encourage more AZ foster parents in works

    Thursday, October 27 2016 12:31 AM EDT2016-10-27 04:31:24 GMT
    Thursday, October 27 2016 1:27 AM EDT2016-10-27 05:27:00 GMT
    Arizona Helping Hands provides necessities like beds, toiletries, clothes and birthday gifts to foster families. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Arizona Helping Hands provides necessities like beds, toiletries, clothes and birthday gifts to foster families. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    With more than 18,000 children in foster care in Arizona, advocates say it is hard to believe there isn't a one-stop-shop to help streamline services for foster families or people interested in fostering. 

    With more than 18,000 children in foster care in Arizona, advocates say it is hard to believe there isn't a one-stop-shop to help streamline services for foster families or people interested in fostering. 

  • Annual 'Autism Speaks Walk' raises nearly $1 million in Tempe

    Annual 'Autism Speaks Walk' raises nearly $1 million in Tempe

    Sunday, October 23 2016 10:47 PM EDT2016-10-24 02:47:32 GMT
    Sunday, October 23 2016 11:03 PM EDT2016-10-24 03:03:39 GMT
    Hundreds of people participated in this year's Autism Speaks Walk in Tempe. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Hundreds of people participated in this year's Autism Speaks Walk in Tempe. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The annual Autism Speaks Walk brought out hundreds of people to Tempe Beach Park Sunday morning. 

    The annual Autism Speaks Walk brought out hundreds of people to Tempe Beach Park Sunday morning. 

  • East Valley teenagers build prosthetic hands with help of 3D printer

    East Valley teenagers build prosthetic hands with help of 3D printer

    Saturday, October 22 2016 11:01 PM EDT2016-10-23 03:01:54 GMT
    Sunday, October 23 2016 12:15 AM EDT2016-10-23 04:15:11 GMT

    An impressive group of service-minded teenagers volunteered their Saturday building prosthetic hands for children.

    An impressive group of service-minded teenagers volunteered their Saturday building prosthetic hands for children.

  • Latino students at a funding disadvantage, according to ASU report

    Latino students at a funding disadvantage, according to ASU report

    Friday, October 14 2016 11:55 PM EDT2016-10-15 03:55:55 GMT
    Saturday, October 15 2016 12:02 AM EDT2016-10-15 04:02:41 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A new report by researchers at Arizona State University claims all education in our state is not created equal.  Dalila Avila says she wants her boys to grow up and be whatever they aspire to be. But she worries school funding could make it more difficult. 

    A new report by researchers at Arizona State University claims all education in our state is not created equal.  Dalila Avila says she wants her boys to grow up and be whatever they aspire to be. But she worries school funding could make it more difficult. 

  • Report: I-10 in Arizona among deadliest highways

    Report: I-10 in Arizona among deadliest highways

    Thursday, October 13 2016 11:07 PM EDT2016-10-14 03:07:50 GMT
    Friday, October 14 2016 2:43 AM EDT2016-10-14 06:43:46 GMT

    A stretch of road many Arizona drivers use every day has been named one of the deadliest in the country.  

    A stretch of road many Arizona drivers use every day has been named one of the deadliest in the country.  

  • Demonstration outside Eloy Detention Center draws hundreds

    Demonstration outside Eloy Detention Center draws hundreds

    Friday, October 7 2016 11:52 PM EDT2016-10-08 03:52:40 GMT
    Saturday, October 8 2016 1:14 AM EDT2016-10-08 05:14:31 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Hundreds of people gathered outside the Eloy Detention Center Friday night, protesting what they call a violent immigration system. 

    Hundreds of people gathered outside the Eloy Detention Center Friday night, protesting what they call a violent immigration system. 

  • Bulb battle: Some residents hope Phoenix opts for softer LED lights

    Bulb battle: Some residents hope Phoenix opts for softer LED lights

    Thursday, October 6 2016 11:19 PM EDT2016-10-07 03:19:20 GMT
    Friday, October 7 2016 7:50 AM EDT2016-10-07 11:50:55 GMT
    The LED light in south Phoenix. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The LED light in south Phoenix. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    There is a new push to change the way people see Phoenix at night. The city has started experimenting with LED lights, but some residents say the current ones are too harsh and should be swapped for warmer, softer lights. 

    There is a new push to change the way people see Phoenix at night. The city has started experimenting with LED lights, but some residents say the current ones are too harsh and should be swapped for warmer, softer lights. 

  • UA expert: social media fueling 'scary clown' hysteria

    UA expert: social media fueling 'scary clown' hysteria

    Thursday, October 6 2016 12:29 AM EDT2016-10-06 04:29:04 GMT
    Thursday, October 6 2016 10:34 AM EDT2016-10-06 14:34:07 GMT
    The scaring clown pranks are spreading rapidly thanks to social media. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The scaring clown pranks are spreading rapidly thanks to social media. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    They are what nightmares are made of: social media posts of scary clown threats. Many are threatening violence in our schools and going viral online.

    They are what nightmares are made of: social media posts of scary clown threats. Many are threatening violence in our schools and going viral online.

  • Valley man believes his case of identity theft could be tied to Banner breach

    Valley man believes his case of identity theft could be tied to Banner breach

    Friday, September 30 2016 11:54 PM EDT2016-10-01 03:54:19 GMT
    Saturday, October 1 2016 1:58 AM EDT2016-10-01 05:58:21 GMT
    Mark Fairall (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Mark Fairall (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    One Sun City West man said his information was compromised, and he believes it happened after Banner Health's computer systems were hacked over the summer. 

    One Sun City West man said his information was compromised, and he believes it happened after Banner Health's computer systems were hacked over the summer. 

  • Phoenix police expands special squad for mental health calls

    Phoenix police expands special squad for mental health calls

    Wednesday, September 28 2016 11:16 PM EDT2016-09-29 03:16:05 GMT
    Thursday, September 29 2016 1:17 AM EDT2016-09-29 05:17:20 GMT
    File photo of Phoenix police. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)File photo of Phoenix police. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Our police departments are being called upon to do more in our communities, and that includes responding to mental health crises. But some experts are worried, because Arizona ranks near the bottom when it comes to access to mental healthcare. 

    Our police departments are being called upon to do more in our communities, and that includes responding to mental health crises. But some experts are worried, because Arizona ranks near the bottom when it comes to access to mental healthcare. 

  • Expert slams comments on alleged Scottsdale rape case: don't blame victim

    Expert slams comments on alleged Scottsdale rape case: don't blame victim

    Friday, September 23 2016 11:31 PM EDT2016-09-24 03:31:47 GMT
    Saturday, September 24 2016 1:59 AM EDT2016-09-24 05:59:49 GMT
    (Source: Scottsdale Police Dept.)(Source: Scottsdale Police Dept.)

    After a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted in Scottsdale over the weekend, many comments on Facebook show people blaming the victim. 

    After a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted in Scottsdale over the weekend, many comments on Facebook show people blaming the victim. 

  • Phoenix woman's indoor camera catches attempted pig-napping

    Phoenix woman's indoor camera catches attempted pig-napping

    Friday, September 23 2016 1:01 AM EDT2016-09-23 05:01:55 GMT
    Friday, September 23 2016 7:34 PM EDT2016-09-23 23:34:04 GMT

    A Phoenix woman said she caught thieves on camera trying to steal her pet pig. 10-month-old Sprinkles avoided capture Wednesday morning and while his owner, Alex Howson, said she is grateful the thieves let him go, she still wants them caught. 

    A Phoenix woman said she caught thieves on camera trying to steal her pet pig. 10-month-old Sprinkles avoided capture Wednesday morning and while his owner, Alex Howson, said she is grateful the thieves let him go, she still wants them caught. 

  • Facing need for critical infrastructure repair, Valley districts turn to voters for help

    Facing need for critical infrastructure repair, Valley districts turn to voters for help

    Wednesday, September 21 2016 11:44 PM EDT2016-09-22 03:44:58 GMT
    Thursday, September 22 2016 8:33 AM EDT2016-09-22 12:33:59 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Even after Proposition 123 passed, many school districts are still going to taxpayers asking for help. And the areas where they need money can no longer be put off.  

    Even after Proposition 123 passed, many school districts are still going to taxpayers asking for help. And the areas where they need money can no longer be put off.  

  • Schools in Glendale Elementary District not only ones in need of repair

    Schools in Glendale Elementary District not only ones in need of repair

    Monday, September 12 2016 9:21 PM EDT2016-09-13 01:21:48 GMT
    Monday, September 12 2016 9:31 PM EDT2016-09-13 01:31:52 GMT
    While doing weatherization projects last year, the district said workers noticed damage to the outer walls of nearly every building at both campuses, built in 1987 by the same builder. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)While doing weatherization projects last year, the district said workers noticed damage to the outer walls of nearly every building at both campuses, built in 1987 by the same builder. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Classes at Landmark and Challenger schools in the Glendale Elementary School District are canceled through Wednesday because of cracks in the buildings' outer walls and foundations. The campuses will be closed and students bused to other schools for five weeks while repairs are completed.

    Classes at Landmark and Challenger schools in the Glendale Elementary School District are canceled through Wednesday because of cracks in the buildings' outer walls and foundations. The campuses will be closed and students bused to other schools for five weeks while repairs are completed.

  • Vehicle repossessions on the rise in the Phoenix area

    Vehicle repossessions on the rise in the Phoenix area

    Saturday, September 10 2016 11:21 PM EDT2016-09-11 03:21:29 GMT
    Sunday, September 11 2016 1:54 AM EDT2016-09-11 05:54:17 GMT

    Fewer people are making their car payments on time, and it has some worried that what we saw in the housing crisis - people buying more than they can afford - is happening in the auto loan industry. 

    Fewer people are making their car payments on time, and it has some worried that what we saw in the housing crisis - people buying more than they can afford - is happening in the auto loan industry. 

  • Valley dealership offers free car seat inspection

    Valley dealership offers free car seat inspection

    Saturday, September 10 2016 11:32 PM EDT2016-09-11 03:32:51 GMT
    Saturday, September 10 2016 11:58 PM EDT2016-09-11 03:58:13 GMT

    Families got some peace of mind Saturday after a local dealership offered free car seat inspections. 

    Families got some peace of mind Saturday after a local dealership offered free car seat inspections. 

  • Possible predator may be targeting female runners on Phoenix recreation path

    Possible predator may be targeting female runners on Phoenix recreation path

    Tuesday, September 6 2016 11:54 PM EDT2016-09-07 03:54:35 GMT
    Wednesday, September 7 2016 3:10 AM EDT2016-09-07 07:10:29 GMT
    At least one woman is concerned that a possible predator may be targeting female runners. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)At least one woman is concerned that a possible predator may be targeting female runners. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A possible predator may be targeting female runners along the Bridle Path in central Phoenix.

    A possible predator may be targeting female runners along the Bridle Path in central Phoenix.

  • #IAM911 aims to garner more respect for first responders

    #IAM911 aims to garner more respect for first responders

    Friday, September 2 2016 12:37 AM EDT2016-09-02 04:37:02 GMT
    Friday, September 2 2016 1:13 AM EDT2016-09-02 05:13:11 GMT
    Randi Hill has been a emergency dispatcher for 18 years. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Randi Hill has been a emergency dispatcher for 18 years. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    When you think of first responders, you probably think of police officers, firefighters, or paramedics. But there's a new movement to get emergency dispatchers more recognition. 

    When you think of first responders, you probably think of police officers, firefighters, or paramedics. But there's a new movement to get emergency dispatchers more recognition. 

  • Match program helps nearly 1,500 Arizona students afford college

    Match program helps nearly 1,500 Arizona students afford college

    Thursday, September 1 2016 12:04 AM EDT2016-09-01 04:04:42 GMT
    Thursday, September 1 2016 12:32 AM EDT2016-09-01 04:32:34 GMT
    Thanks to the Earn to Learn program, state universities match what students contribute. For every dollar a student puts in, the universities put in $8, up to $4,000. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Thanks to the Earn to Learn program, state universities match what students contribute. For every dollar a student puts in, the universities put in $8, up to $4,000. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

     Thanks to the Earn to Learn program, state universities match what students contribute. For every dollar a student puts in, the universities put in $8, up to $4,000.

     Thanks to the Earn to Learn program, state universities match what students contribute. For every dollar a student puts in, the universities put in $8, up to $4,000.

  • Primary Election runs smoothly in wake of previous election problems

    Primary Election runs smoothly in wake of previous election problems

    Tuesday, August 30 2016 8:58 PM EDT2016-08-31 00:58:28 GMT
    Tuesday, August 30 2016 9:17 PM EDT2016-08-31 01:17:38 GMT
    While long lines were a major problems during Arizona's Presidential Preference Election in March, that was not the case for Tuesday's Primary Election. (Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016)While long lines were a major problems during Arizona's Presidential Preference Election in March, that was not the case for Tuesday's Primary Election. (Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016)

    Voters saw short lines during Arizona's Primary Election Tuesday, in comparison to waiting for hours in some spots during the Presidential Preference Election March 22. 

    Voters saw short lines during Arizona's Primary Election Tuesday, in comparison to waiting for hours in some spots during the Presidential Preference Election March 22. 

  • Scottsdale businesses welcoming new parking rules

    Scottsdale businesses welcoming new parking rules

    Monday, August 29 2016 11:39 PM EDT2016-08-30 03:39:04 GMT
    Tuesday, August 30 2016 5:17 PM EDT2016-08-30 21:17:29 GMT
    The battle over parking in downtown Scottsdale, northeast of Old Town, may soon come to an end. After years of tourists, customers and employees vying for limited street spaces, the city is now planning on doing something about it. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The battle over parking in downtown Scottsdale, northeast of Old Town, may soon come to an end. After years of tourists, customers and employees vying for limited street spaces, the city is now planning on doing something about it. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The battle over parking in downtown Scottsdale, northeast of Old Town, may soon come to an end. After years of tourists, customers, and employees vying for limited street spaces, the city is now planning on doing something about it. 

    The battle over parking in downtown Scottsdale, northeast of Old Town, may soon come to an end. After years of tourists, customers, and employees vying for limited street spaces, the city is now planning on doing something about it. 

  • Family of firefighter killed by driver searching for phone spearheading 'Tom's Law'

    Family of firefighter killed by driver searching for phone spearheading 'Tom's Law'

    Friday, August 26 2016 12:08 AM EDT2016-08-26 04:08:30 GMT
    Friday, August 26 2016 1:27 AM EDT2016-08-26 05:27:29 GMT
    Jonathan Hall with his father Tom Hall. (Source: Jonathan Hall)Jonathan Hall with his father Tom Hall. (Source: Jonathan Hall)

    A Valley family is on a mission to create harsher penalties for distracted driving. They said the driver who hit and killed their loved one in April was reaching for her phone, and only got a ticket.  

    A Valley family is on a mission to create harsher penalties for distracted driving. They said the driver who hit and killed their loved one in April was reaching for her phone, and only got a ticket.  

  • ASU developing patch to test for diseases, infections using sweat

    ASU developing patch to test for diseases, infections using sweat

    Wednesday, August 24 2016 12:47 AM EDT2016-08-24 04:47:28 GMT
    Wednesday, August 24 2016 1:27 AM EDT2016-08-24 05:27:30 GMT
    ASU researchers are working on a patch that would give a diagnosis based on sweat. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)ASU researchers are working on a patch that would give a diagnosis based on sweat. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    If you're feeling sick, wouldn't it be convenient to know what's wrong by doing a simple test at home? Researchers at Arizona State University are working on a tool to diagnose anything from the flu to more serious diseases using sweat. 

    If you're feeling sick, wouldn't it be convenient to know what's wrong by doing a simple test at home? Researchers at Arizona State University are working on a tool to diagnose anything from the flu to more serious diseases using sweat. 

  • Tech jobs expected to grow 14% in AZ over next few years

    Tech jobs expected to grow 14% in AZ over next few years

    Tuesday, August 23 2016 12:03 AM EDT2016-08-23 04:03:38 GMT
    Tuesday, August 23 2016 2:39 AM EDT2016-08-23 06:39:29 GMT
    More tech companies are looking to call the Valley home thanks to low costs and the network of colleges. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)More tech companies are looking to call the Valley home thanks to low costs and the network of colleges. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Arizona is in the national spotlight for the growth of technology jobs. More companies are looking to expand outside of Silicon Valley, and they want to call the desert home.

    Arizona is in the national spotlight for the growth of technology jobs. More companies are looking to expand outside of Silicon Valley, and they want to call the desert home.

  • Queen Creek splash pad closes 8 times due to fecal incidents since March

    Queen Creek splash pad closes 8 times due to fecal incidents since March

    Thursday, August 18 2016 6:34 PM EDT2016-08-18 22:34:42 GMT
    Thursday, August 18 2016 8:56 PM EDT2016-08-19 00:56:15 GMT
    A splash pad in Queen Creek has shut down eight times due to "fecal incidents." (Source: KPHO/KTVK)A splash pad in Queen Creek has shut down eight times due to "fecal incidents." (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The Town of Queen Creek said they have had to close down their splash pad at Founders' Park eight times since March because of fecal incidents. Though they have been trying to educate parents about preventative measures, with the most recent closure Wednesday, they have now decided to schedule time-outs. 

    The Town of Queen Creek said they have had to close down their splash pad at Founders' Park eight times since March because of fecal incidents. Though they have been trying to educate parents about preventative measures, with the most recent closure Wednesday, they have now decided to schedule time-outs. 

  • Police car hits, runs over 3-year-old girl running from ice cream truck

    Police car hits, runs over 3-year-old girl running from ice cream truck

    Wednesday, August 17 2016 6:33 PM EDT2016-08-17 22:33:09 GMT
    Wednesday, August 17 2016 6:33 PM EDT2016-08-17 22:33:08 GMT
    A 3-year-old girl is in critical condition after a police car hit her Tuesday evening. (Source: Jeff Van Sant, KPHO/KTVK)A 3-year-old girl is in critical condition after a police car hit her Tuesday evening. (Source: Jeff Van Sant, KPHO/KTVK)

    A little girl is fighting for her life after a police car hit her when she darted from an ice cream truck into the street. The 3-year-old suffered "a massive head injury" and was taken to Phoenix Children's Hospital, according to the Phoenix Fire Department.

    A little girl is fighting for her life after a police car hit her when she darted from an ice cream truck into the street. The 3-year-old suffered "a massive head injury" and was taken to Phoenix Children's Hospital, according to the Phoenix Fire Department.

  • Study: Female CEOs face more shareholder bullying than male counterparts

    Study: Female CEOs face more shareholder bullying than male counterparts

    Wednesday, August 17 2016 12:34 AM EDT2016-08-17 04:34:07 GMT
    Wednesday, August 17 2016 1:45 AM EDT2016-08-17 05:45:16 GMT

    new Arizona State University study shows that the barriers don't disappear once female CEOs have earned their roles.

    new Arizona State University study shows that the barriers don't disappear once female CEOs have earned their roles.

  • Arizona businesses can now participate in 'equity crowdfunding'

    Arizona businesses can now participate in 'equity crowdfunding'

    Tuesday, August 16 2016 12:18 AM EDT2016-08-16 04:18:23 GMT
    Tuesday, August 16 2016 2:18 PM EDT2016-08-16 18:18:13 GMT

    Arizonans can soon buy stock in small local companies, thanks to a new bill signed into law legalizing equity crowdfunding.

    Arizonans can soon buy stock in small local companies, thanks to a new bill signed into law legalizing equity crowdfunding.

  • AG's Office investigating complaint about proposed medical marijuana facility in Snowflake

    AG's Office investigating complaint about proposed medical marijuana facility in Snowflake

    Thursday, August 11 2016 10:02 PM EDT2016-08-12 02:02:31 GMT
    Thursday, August 11 2016 10:41 PM EDT2016-08-12 02:41:44 GMT

    There is a new push to stop a medical marijuana facility from opening up shop in the town of Snowflake, and it could hit the town where it hurts.

    There is a new push to stop a medical marijuana facility from opening up shop in the town of Snowflake, and it could hit the town where it hurts.

  • ASU report shows 'problem deputies' in 'problem zones' within MCSO

    ASU report shows 'problem deputies' in 'problem zones' within MCSO

    Wednesday, August 10 2016 10:28 PM EDT2016-08-11 02:28:10 GMT
    Thursday, August 11 2016 9:23 PM EDT2016-08-12 01:23:26 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A new report from Arizona State University suggests some of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's deputies are racially profiling people during traffic stops in Maricopa County.  

    A new report from Arizona State University suggests some of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's deputies are racially profiling people during traffic stops in Maricopa County.  

  • Grassroots group meets monthly to discuss HOA issues

    Grassroots group meets monthly to discuss HOA issues

    Tuesday, August 9 2016 11:47 PM EDT2016-08-10 03:47:53 GMT
    Wednesday, August 10 2016 8:37 AM EDT2016-08-10 12:37:37 GMT

    People love their homeowners associations when they prevent their neighbor from painting the house purple, but hate them when they get a letter telling them to pick their weeds. A new group has heard it all, and they now meet once a month to discuss these issues. 

    People love their homeowners associations when they prevent their neighbor from painting the house purple, but hate them when they get a letter telling them to pick their weeds. A new group has heard it all, and they now meet once a month to discuss these issues. 

  • Fallen soldier's medals stolen from mother's home

    Fallen soldier's medals stolen from mother's home

    Thursday, August 4 2016 9:10 PM EDT2016-08-05 01:10:32 GMT
    Thursday, August 4 2016 10:26 PM EDT2016-08-05 02:26:22 GMT
    Army Specialist Santos Armijo was killed in Iraq in 2006. His medals were stolen on Wednesday. (Source: Tina Armijo)Army Specialist Santos Armijo was killed in Iraq in 2006. His medals were stolen on Wednesday. (Source: Tina Armijo)

    A military mother's home was broken into Wednesday, and the thief or thieves stole a case full o items that are irreplaceable - medals her son earned after being killed in the line of duty in Iraq.

    A military mother's home was broken into Wednesday, and the thief or thieves stole a case full o items that are irreplaceable - medals her son earned after being killed in the line of duty in Iraq.

  • Major monsoon storm impacts Mike Pence rally in Downtown Phoenix

    Major monsoon storm impacts Mike Pence rally in Downtown Phoenix

    Tuesday, August 2 2016 11:32 PM EDT2016-08-03 03:32:26 GMT
    Tuesday, August 2 2016 11:52 PM EDT2016-08-03 03:52:13 GMT
    Although some people were shut out because they were late due to the storm, there were plenty of people on hand to listen to what Mike Pence had to say. (Source: @Mike_Pence via Twitter)Although some people were shut out because they were late due to the storm, there were plenty of people on hand to listen to what Mike Pence had to say. (Source: @Mike_Pence via Twitter)

    The wet weather had an impact on a rally for Indiana Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence at the Phoenix Convention Center downtown.  The rain and wind picked up right before the doors were set to open Tuesday. Some people who showed up late as a result of the weather told us they were not allowed inside.

    The wet weather had an impact on a rally for Indiana Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence at the Phoenix Convention Center downtown.  The rain and wind picked up right before the doors were set to open Tuesday. Some people who showed up late as a result of the weather told us they were not allowed inside.

  • ASU researchers use facial recognition to tell if patients hide something from doctors

    ASU researchers use facial recognition to tell if patients hide something from doctors

    Sunday, July 31 2016 11:11 PM EDT2016-08-01 03:11:29 GMT
    Sunday, July 31 2016 11:25 PM EDT2016-08-01 03:25:56 GMT
    Researchers at ASU are hoping facial recognition technology will help them find out when a patient may be lying. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Researchers at ASU are hoping facial recognition technology will help them find out when a patient may be lying. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Have you ever told your doctor a little white lie? Some researchers at Arizona State University are using facial recognition technology to detect when that is happening. They say the goal is not to confront patients, but rather, help them. 

    Have you ever told your doctor a little white lie? Some researchers at Arizona State University are using facial recognition technology to detect when that is happening. They say the goal is not to confront patients, but rather, help them. 

  • 'We were in the trenches of life together;' Friend mourns loss of family in probable murder-suicide

    'We were in the trenches of life together;' Friend mourns loss of family in probable murder-suicide

    Thursday, July 28 2016 9:14 PM EDT2016-07-29 01:14:33 GMT
    Thursday, July 28 2016 10:57 PM EDT2016-07-29 02:57:16 GMT
    Paula Testa is devastated by the loss of the Gerharts. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Paula Testa is devastated by the loss of the Gerharts. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A best friend is mourning the loss of the Gerhart family after they were found dead from an apparent murder-suicide inside their southeast Valley home earlier this week.  

    A best friend is mourning the loss of the Gerhart family after they were found dead from an apparent murder-suicide inside their southeast Valley home earlier this week.  

  • Family, friends grieve losses after probable murder-suicide

    Family, friends grieve losses after probable murder-suicide

    Wednesday, July 27 2016 11:24 PM EDT2016-07-28 03:24:42 GMT
    Wednesday, July 27 2016 11:54 PM EDT2016-07-28 03:54:43 GMT

    A family friend who stopped by the home where the crime occurred called the loss incredibly saddening. 

    A family friend who stopped by the home where the crime occurred called the loss incredibly saddening. 

  • Woman whose dogs were beaten during burglary launches social media investigation

    Woman whose dogs were beaten during burglary launches social media investigation

    Monday, July 25 2016 11:35 PM EDT2016-07-26 03:35:30 GMT
    Tuesday, July 26 2016 12:06 AM EDT2016-07-26 04:06:51 GMT

    A woman's home was burglarized and her dogs were badly beaten by a thief this month. Thanks to surveillance video, she is now taking to social media to take the detective work into her own hands. 

    A woman's home was burglarized and her dogs were badly beaten by a thief this month. Thanks to surveillance video, she is now taking to social media to take the detective work into her own hands. 

  • Blood donor recruiter's infant needs transfusion amidst critical shortage

    Blood donor recruiter's infant needs transfusion amidst critical shortage

    Wednesday, July 20 2016 6:27 PM EDT2016-07-20 22:27:40 GMT
    Wednesday, July 20 2016 6:45 PM EDT2016-07-20 22:45:05 GMT
    Presley Jordan Baker needed a blood transfusion and there was some worry since there's a shortage. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Presley Jordan Baker needed a blood transfusion and there was some worry since there's a shortage. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Summers are historically slow for blood centers nationwide, but there is a critical shortage this year. 

    Summers are historically slow for blood centers nationwide, but there is a critical shortage this year. 

  • Hit-and-run victim's family pleads for driver to come forward

    Hit-and-run victim's family pleads for driver to come forward

    Tuesday, July 19 2016 10:04 PM EDT2016-07-20 02:04:56 GMT
    Tuesday, July 19 2016 11:12 PM EDT2016-07-20 03:12:32 GMT

    A 38-year-old woman was hit by a car in Phoenix Tuesday night and left for dead. Now her family is begging the person behind the wheel to come forward. 

    A 38-year-old woman was hit by a car in Phoenix Tuesday night and left for dead. Now her family is begging the person behind the wheel to come forward. 

  • Mom-led block watch increases patrols in light of serial shooter case

    Mom-led block watch increases patrols in light of serial shooter case

    Monday, July 18 2016 10:07 PM EDT2016-07-19 02:07:16 GMT
    Monday, July 18 2016 11:25 PM EDT2016-07-19 03:25:29 GMT

    A community is on edge ever since the serial shooter has been terrorizing west Phoenix. A neighborhood watch group - led by a group of mothers - has been increasing their patrols.

    A West Phoenix community has been on edge for weeks ever since learning about the Phoenix Police Department's hunt for a serial shooter. A neighborhood watch group led by a group of mothers has been increasing its patrols.

  • Preparations underway for Friday's march along Camelback Rd.

    Preparations underway for Friday's march along Camelback Rd.

    Thursday, July 14 2016 6:23 PM EDT2016-07-14 22:23:02 GMT
    Friday, July 15 2016 10:43 PM EDT2016-07-16 02:43:15 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A demonstration is planned for Friday night in the Camelback Business Corridor, where activists will be protesting what they call racially-biased policing.

    A demonstration is planned for Friday night in the Camelback Business Corridor, where activists will be protesting what they call racially-biased policing.

  • Grandfather of Granite Mountain hotshot hopes NASA fire shelters can save lives

    Grandfather of Granite Mountain hotshot hopes NASA fire shelters can save lives

    Wednesday, July 13 2016 11:54 PM EDT2016-07-14 03:54:06 GMT
    Thursday, July 14 2016 12:30 AM EDT2016-07-14 04:30:07 GMT
    NASA is working on new emergency fire shelters for wildland firefighters. (Source: U.S. Forest Service/Ian Grob)NASA is working on new emergency fire shelters for wildland firefighters. (Source: U.S. Forest Service/Ian Grob)

    The third anniversary of the Yarnell Hill Fire just passed, where we lost 19 brave hotshots. Now NASA is releasing images as they experiment with new emergency fire shelters for wildland firefighters. 

    The third anniversary of the Yarnell Hill Fire just passed, where we lost 19 brave hotshots. Now NASA is releasing images as they experiment with new emergency fire shelters for wildland firefighters. 

  • Chandler family says HOA wants them to remove gate it approved 2 years earlier

    Chandler family says HOA wants them to remove gate it approved 2 years earlier

    Tuesday, July 12 2016 11:51 PM EDT2016-07-13 03:51:39 GMT
    Wednesday, July 13 2016 1:18 AM EDT2016-07-13 05:18:27 GMT
    Janelle Smith says this gate was approved in 2014 but now the HOA wants it replaced with the old gate. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Janelle Smith says this gate was approved in 2014 but now the HOA wants it replaced with the old gate. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A Chandler woman is frustrated with her Home Owner's Association, saying they told her the new gate her family built - that the HOA approved - has to be removed. 

    A Chandler woman is frustrated with her Home Owner's Association, saying they told her the new gate her family built - that the HOA approved - has to be removed. 

  • Taxi drivers striking at Sky Harbor blame high leases, ride-share companies

    Taxi drivers striking at Sky Harbor blame high leases, ride-share companies

    Monday, July 11 2016 9:29 PM EDT2016-07-12 01:29:09 GMT
    Monday, July 11 2016 11:39 PM EDT2016-07-12 03:39:41 GMT

    Some taxi drivers are on strike at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, saying they cannot make enough money to pay the leases on their cabs. 

    Some taxi drivers are on strike at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, saying they cannot make enough money to pay the leases on their cabs. 

  • Plan to open large medical marijuana facility in Snowflake faces opposition

    Plan to open large medical marijuana facility in Snowflake faces opposition

    Thursday, July 7 2016 7:50 PM EDT2016-07-07 23:50:16 GMT
    Thursday, July 7 2016 8:22 PM EDT2016-07-08 00:22:34 GMT
    The view from a drone of the new medical marijuana facility in Snowflake. (Source: Copperstate Farms)The view from a drone of the new medical marijuana facility in Snowflake. (Source: Copperstate Farms)

    What would be the largest medical marijuana facility in the state, and maybe even the country, is setting up shop in the small town of Snowflake. But the plan is getting a lot of push-back, and might not happen at all. 

    What would be the largest medical marijuana facility in the state, and maybe even the country, is setting up shop in the small town of Snowflake. But the plan is getting a lot of push-back, and might not happen at all. 

  • Embattled Phoenix Sgt. facing demotion in deadly shooting

    Embattled Phoenix Sgt. facing demotion in deadly shooting

    Wednesday, July 6 2016 11:19 PM EDT2016-07-07 03:19:26 GMT
    Thursday, July 7 2016 1:58 PM EDT2016-07-07 17:58:58 GMT

    A Phoenix police sergeant who fought to get his job back after blowing the whistle on botched kidnapping numbers might be getting demoted. This comes after a separate incident in which a suspect shot at officers and officers fired back, killing that suspect.

    A Phoenix police sergeant who fought to get his job back after blowing the whistle on botched kidnapping numbers might be getting demoted. This comes after a separate incident in which a suspect shot at officers and officers fired back, killing that suspect.

  • ASU student helps run RentHoop, described as 'Tinder for roommates'

    ASU student helps run RentHoop, described as 'Tinder for roommates'

    Tuesday, July 5 2016 11:36 PM EDT2016-07-06 03:36:03 GMT
    Tuesday, July 5 2016 11:54 PM EDT2016-07-06 03:54:31 GMT
    RentHoop is like Tinder but for roommates. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)RentHoop is like Tinder but for roommates. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Annoying roommate habits run the gamut, and the creators of RentHoop have heard it all, from not washing the dishes, to not showering. They hope their recently-launched app will make it easier to find quality people to live with.

    Annoying roommate habits run the gamut, and the creators of RentHoop have heard it all, from not washing the dishes, to not showering. They hope their recently-launched app will make it easier to find quality people to live with.

  • Microburst damages home, power poles in San Tan Valley

    Microburst damages home, power poles in San Tan Valley

    Wednesday, June 29 2016 10:01 PM EDT2016-06-30 02:01:54 GMT
    Thursday, June 30 2016 7:32 PM EDT2016-06-30 23:32:22 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A microburst knocked down dozens of power poles and tore off a roof in the San Tan Valley area on Wednesday evening.

    A microburst knocked down dozens of power poles and tore off a roof in the San Tan Valley area on Wednesday evening.

  • One day after Bug Creek Fire threatens homes, damage shows how close it got

    One day after Bug Creek Fire threatens homes, damage shows how close it got

    Thursday, June 30 2016 12:24 AM EDT2016-06-30 04:24:42 GMT
    Thursday, June 30 2016 1:51 AM EDT2016-06-30 05:51:49 GMT
    The Bug Creek Fire got within feet of some homes. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The Bug Creek Fire got within feet of some homes. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The Bug Creek fire is 80 percent contained, and damage shows just how close the flames got to homes. 

    The Bug Creek fire is 80 percent contained, and damage shows just how close the flames got to homes. 

  • Bug Creek Fire evacuee says slurry dropped on his home

    Bug Creek Fire evacuee says slurry dropped on his home

    Wednesday, June 29 2016 12:30 AM EDT2016-06-29 04:30:28 GMT
    Wednesday, June 29 2016 12:59 AM EDT2016-06-29 04:59:13 GMT
    The Bug Creek Fire got close to Ed Lucas' home of 45 years. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The Bug Creek Fire got close to Ed Lucas' home of 45 years. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    We caught up with a man who said flames were dangerously close to his home of 45 years.  

    We caught up with a man who said flames were dangerously close to his home of 45 years.  

  • Study: Phoenicians with lower economic status pay more in car insurance

    Study: Phoenicians with lower economic status pay more in car insurance

    Tuesday, June 28 2016 12:08 AM EDT2016-06-28 04:08:24 GMT
    Tuesday, June 28 2016 12:31 AM EDT2016-06-28 04:31:10 GMT
    Economic factors could impact car insurance rates. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Economic factors could impact car insurance rates. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A new study shows economic factors make a big difference in how much people pay for car insurance.

    A new study shows economic factors make a big difference in how much people pay for car insurance.

  • Fans, police prep for U.S. men's soccer match in Glendale Saturday

    Fans, police prep for U.S. men's soccer match in Glendale Saturday

    Wednesday, June 22 2016 11:33 PM EDT2016-06-23 03:33:05 GMT
    Thursday, June 23 2016 8:59 AM EDT2016-06-23 12:59:08 GMT
    United States men's national team arrived in Phoenix on Wednesday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)United States men's national team arrived in Phoenix on Wednesday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Fans and police are preparing for a huge soccer match in the Valley this weekend when the U.S. men's team will play in the consolation game of the Copa America tournament.

    Fans and police are preparing for a huge soccer match in the Valley this weekend when the U.S. men's team will play in the consolation game of the Copa America tournament.

  • New baby photo trend takes 'natural' to new level

    New baby photo trend takes 'natural' to new level

    Tuesday, June 21 2016 11:10 PM EDT2016-06-22 03:10:19 GMT
    Wednesday, June 22 2016 12:14 AM EDT2016-06-22 04:14:27 GMT

    A new trend is emerging in birth photography -- capturing the placenta in the pictures.

    A new trend is emerging in birth photography -- capturing the placenta in the pictures.

  • Database showing payments made to doctors called both transparent, unfair

    Database showing payments made to doctors called both transparent, unfair

    Monday, June 20 2016 11:46 PM EDT2016-06-21 03:46:22 GMT
    Tuesday, June 21 2016 8:40 PM EDT2016-06-22 00:40:11 GMT
    File of medication. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)File of medication. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A database from ProPublica takes the government's site a few steps further, by ranking and comparing doctors in Arizona by how much they've accepted from drug or medical device companies. 

    A database from ProPublica takes the government's site a few steps further, by ranking and comparing doctors in Arizona by how much they've accepted from drug or medical device companies. 

  • 3-week-old puppy rescued from Phoenix sewage drain

    3-week-old puppy rescued from Phoenix sewage drain

    Wednesday, June 15 2016 1:01 AM EDT2016-06-15 05:01:18 GMT
    Wednesday, June 15 2016 1:49 AM EDT2016-06-15 05:49:52 GMT
    A puppy got stuck in a sewage drain. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)A puppy got stuck in a sewage drain. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A three-week-old puppy was rescued after being stuck in a sewage drain for more than 24 hours in south Phoenix.  

    A three-week-old puppy was rescued after being stuck in a sewage drain for more than 24 hours in south Phoenix.  

  • CAUGHT ON CAMERA

    Phoenix man catches car burglar on video

    Phoenix man catches car burglar on video

    Monday, June 13 2016 10:47 PM EDT2016-06-14 02:47:15 GMT
    Monday, June 13 2016 10:58 PM EDT2016-06-14 02:58:05 GMT

    One man's recently installed security cameras caught a thief burglarizing cars in his north Phoenix neighborhood. 

    One man's recently installed security cameras caught a thief burglarizing cars in his north Phoenix neighborhood. 

  • Local safety expert looks at current active shooter guidelines

    Local safety expert looks at current active shooter guidelines

    Sunday, June 12 2016 11:52 PM EDT2016-06-13 03:52:22 GMT
    Monday, June 13 2016 12:17 AM EDT2016-06-13 04:17:41 GMT
    A safety expert offers input on handling an active shooter situation. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)A safety expert offers input on handling an active shooter situation. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A venue safety expert took a look at current guidelines for handling an active shooter situation, and whether they are still the best practices. 

    A venue safety expert took a look at current guidelines for handling an active shooter situation, and whether they are still the best practices. 

  • Blood of Arizonans is helping victims of Orlando massacre

    Blood of Arizonans is helping victims of Orlando massacre

    Sunday, June 12 2016 5:48 PM EDT2016-06-12 21:48:25 GMT
    Sunday, June 12 2016 6:09 PM EDT2016-06-12 22:09:32 GMT

    One way many Arizonans want to help in the aftermath of the Orlando nightclub massacre is by donating blood. 

    One way many Arizonans want to help in the aftermath of the Orlando nightclub massacre is by donating blood. 

  • Man finds woman's ashes in middle of Phoenix road

    Man finds woman's ashes in middle of Phoenix road

    Friday, June 10 2016 9:13 PM EDT2016-06-11 01:13:27 GMT
    Friday, June 10 2016 10:58 PM EDT2016-06-11 02:58:46 GMT
    I was riding my bike down, headed for the Light Rail and saw the bag," Matthew Smith explained. "I stopped and picked it up and kept on going." (Source: KPHO/KTVK)I was riding my bike down, headed for the Light Rail and saw the bag," Matthew Smith explained. "I stopped and picked it up and kept on going." (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A Phoenix man recently found a box full of ashes in the middle of as street in the Willo Historic District. He is now on a quest to find the family to whom those cremains belong.

    A Phoenix man recently found a box full of ashes in the middle of as street in the Willo Historic District. He is now on a quest to find the family to whom those cremains belong.

  • Aerial attacks for Tenderfoot Fire grounded for night

    Aerial attacks for Tenderfoot Fire grounded for night

    Thursday, June 9 2016 12:07 AM EDT2016-06-09 04:07:50 GMT
    Thursday, June 9 2016 3:02 AM EDT2016-06-09 07:02:35 GMT
    Air support for the fire-fighting efforts are grounded at Phoenix–Mesa Gateway Airport. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Air support for the fire-fighting efforts are grounded at Phoenix–Mesa Gateway Airport. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Firefighters are still fighting the Tenderfoot Fire from the ground, but planes that have been tackling the flames have been grounded for the night.

    Firefighters are still fighting the Tenderfoot Fire from the ground, but planes that have been tackling the flames have been grounded for the night.

  • Maricopa school district offering big bonuses to recruit teachers

    Maricopa school district offering big bonuses to recruit teachers

    Wednesday, June 8 2016 12:21 AM EDT2016-06-08 04:21:40 GMT
    Wednesday, June 8 2016 2:17 AM EDT2016-06-08 06:17:22 GMT
    A Maricopa school district is offering financial incentives to get teachers to come to Maricopa. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)A Maricopa school district is offering financial incentives to get teachers to come to Maricopa. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Maricopa Unified School District are looking to bring in more teachers with money incentives like signing bonuses. 

    Maricopa Unified School District are looking to bring in more teachers with money incentives like signing bonuses. 

  • Virtual reality meets shooting range at new 'Modern Round' in Peoria

    Virtual reality meets shooting range at new 'Modern Round' in Peoria

    Tuesday, June 7 2016 12:23 AM EDT2016-06-07 04:23:45 GMT
    Wednesday, June 8 2016 1:17 AM EDT2016-06-08 05:17:19 GMT

    There's a new business in Peoria called Modern Round, where the food is hot, the beer is cold, and the replica firearms are the main attraction. 

    There's a new business in Peoria called Modern Round, where the food is hot, the beer is cold, and the replica firearms are the main attraction. 

  • Designs for central Phoenix canal revitalization to be unveiled this month

    Designs for central Phoenix canal revitalization to be unveiled this month

    Wednesday, June 1 2016 11:39 PM EDT2016-06-02 03:39:40 GMT
    Thursday, June 2 2016 12:20 AM EDT2016-06-02 04:20:17 GMT
    Phoenix wants to hear public input on a plan to revitalize the Grand Canal. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Phoenix wants to hear public input on a plan to revitalize the Grand Canal. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The City of Phoenix plans to revitalize the Grand Canal in central Phoenix. Preliminary design plans include pedestrian lighting, landscaping, and public art. 

    The City of Phoenix plans to revitalize the Grand Canal in central Phoenix. Preliminary design plans include pedestrian lighting, landscaping, and public art. 

  • Bee expert explains recent string of swarms, attacks

    Bee expert explains recent string of swarms, attacks

    Monday, May 30 2016 11:57 PM EDT2016-05-31 03:57:57 GMT
    Tuesday, May 31 2016 12:30 AM EDT2016-05-31 04:30:02 GMT
    It's been an active bee season for the Valley so far in 2016. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)It's been an active bee season for the Valley so far in 2016. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    We have been telling you about aggressive swarms in the Valley for weeks. Experts agree it has been an especially active season. 

    We have been telling you about aggressive swarms in the Valley for weeks. Experts agree it has been an especially active season. 

  • 'Easy Class Guide' has ASU students' 'best intentions in mind'

    'Easy Class Guide' has ASU students' 'best intentions in mind'

    Tuesday, May 24 2016 12:53 AM EDT2016-05-24 04:53:59 GMT
    Monday, May 30 2016 7:12 PM EDT2016-05-30 23:12:31 GMT
    Some students take college seriously, but for those tired of hitting the books, enter EasyClassGuide.com. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Some students take college seriously, but for those tired of hitting the books, enter EasyClassGuide.com. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Some students take college seriously, but for those tired of hitting the books, enter EasyClassGuide.com. Their tagline is, 'We have your best intentions in mind.' 

    Some students take college seriously, but for those tired of hitting the books, enter EasyClassGuide.com. Their tagline is, 'We have your best intentions in mind.' 

  • Valley veteran and volunteer receives free car

    Valley veteran and volunteer receives free car

    Sunday, May 29 2016 10:52 PM EDT2016-05-30 02:52:20 GMT
    Monday, May 30 2016 12:00 AM EDT2016-05-30 04:00:57 GMT
    Valley veteran Mick Shapiro received a free car on Sunday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Valley veteran Mick Shapiro received a free car on Sunday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A Valley veteran who has through so much with his family can now look forward to a smoother ride up ahead, all thanks to a new set of wheels donated by several local organizations.  

    A Valley veteran who has through so much with his family can now look forward to a smoother ride up ahead, all thanks to a new set of wheels donated by several local organizations.  

  • Strong show of support for Ofc. Glasser's family along procession route

    Strong show of support for Ofc. Glasser's family along procession route

    Thursday, May 26 2016 7:21 PM EDT2016-05-26 23:21:24 GMT
    Thursday, May 26 2016 8:23 PM EDT2016-05-27 00:23:39 GMT
    Hundreds lined the streets to honor fallen Phoenix Police Officer David Glasser (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Hundreds lined the streets to honor fallen Phoenix Police Officer David Glasser (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Hundreds of people lined the procession route for the funeral escort for Officer David Glasser. 

    Hundreds of people lined the procession route for the funeral escort for Officer David Glasser. 

  • Mesa to start charging insurance companies for non-emergency 911 calls

    Mesa to start charging insurance companies for non-emergency 911 calls

    Wednesday, May 25 2016 11:29 PM EDT2016-05-26 03:29:41 GMT
    Thursday, May 26 2016 3:13 AM EDT2016-05-26 07:13:50 GMT
    Mesa plans to charge insurance companies for people who call 911 for non-emergencies (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Mesa plans to charge insurance companies for people who call 911 for non-emergencies (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Not everyone reserves calling 911 for true, life-threatening emergencies; sometimes they don't know where else to turn. But that can be very costly, so one Valley city is coming up with a novel way to pay for it. 

    Not everyone reserves calling 911 for true, life-threatening emergencies; sometimes they don't know where else to turn. But that can be very costly, so one Valley city is coming up with a novel way to pay for it. 

  • Police: Vandals cause $50,000 in equipment damage at Glendale city hall

    Police: Vandals cause $50,000 in equipment damage at Glendale city hall

    Wednesday, May 25 2016 12:19 AM EDT2016-05-25 04:19:57 GMT
    Wednesday, May 25 2016 2:00 AM EDT2016-05-25 06:00:29 GMT
    Equipment was damaged by vandals at the Glendale City Council chambers (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Equipment was damaged by vandals at the Glendale City Council chambers (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The Glendale Police Department said someone caused nearly $50,000 in damage when they vandalized equipment in the Council Chambers. 

    The Glendale Police Department said someone caused nearly $50,000 in damage when they vandalized equipment in the Council Chambers. 

  • School consolidation in Scottsdale top of mind for parents

    School consolidation in Scottsdale top of mind for parents

    Monday, May 23 2016 11:03 PM EDT2016-05-24 03:03:07 GMT
    Tuesday, May 24 2016 12:13 AM EDT2016-05-24 04:13:56 GMT
    Tonalea Elementary School is being turned into a K-8 school in Scottsdale. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Tonalea Elementary School is being turned into a K-8 school in Scottsdale. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The Scottsdale Unified School District has announced they are combining an elementary and middle school to form a kindergarten through eighth grade school. But some parents are concerned about what this means for their children. 

    The Scottsdale Unified School District has announced they are combining an elementary and middle school to form a kindergarten through eighth grade school. But some parents are concerned about what this means for their children. 

  • Friends 'heartbroken' after death of Ofc. David Glasser

    Friends 'heartbroken' after death of Ofc. David Glasser

    Thursday, May 19 2016 8:16 PM EDT2016-05-20 00:16:13 GMT
    Thursday, May 19 2016 8:45 PM EDT2016-05-20 00:45:53 GMT
    (Source: Twitter)(Source: Twitter)

    Friends of fallen Phoenix police officer David Glasser are sharing their memories of him, describing him as a devoted husband, father of two young children, a great friend, and an avid sports fan. 

    Friends of fallen Phoenix police officer David Glasser are sharing their memories of him, describing him as a devoted husband, father of two young children, a great friend, and an avid sports fan. 

  • What's being done about dust along I-10 in southeastern Arizona

    What's being done about dust along I-10 in southeastern Arizona

    Tuesday, May 17 2016 8:04 PM EDT2016-05-18 00:04:40 GMT
    Tuesday, May 17 2016 9:53 PM EDT2016-05-18 01:53:54 GMT
    For the 3rd straight day, the I-10 was closed in southeastern Arizona (Source: DPS)For the 3rd straight day, the I-10 was closed in southeastern Arizona (Source: DPS)

    Blowing dust and limited visibility are making it dangerous for drivers in part of our state. In fact, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said they shut down the Interstate 10 for part of the day for the seventh time since April 7. 

    Blowing dust and limited visibility are making it dangerous for drivers in part of our state. In fact, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said they shut down the Interstate 10 for part of the day for the seventh time since April 7. 

  • Disabled woman fighting eviction from low-income senior housing

    Disabled woman fighting eviction from low-income senior housing

    Tuesday, May 17 2016 12:26 AM EDT2016-05-17 04:26:04 GMT
    Tuesday, May 17 2016 2:03 AM EDT2016-05-17 06:03:51 GMT
    A Valley woman says she's being evicted over a "misunderstanding" (Source: KPHO/KTVK)A Valley woman says she's being evicted over a "misunderstanding" (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A disabled woman living in low-income senior housing in Downtown Phoenix said she is getting evicted, with nowhere to go, after what she calls a misunderstanding.

    A disabled woman living in low-income senior housing in Downtown Phoenix said she is getting evicted, with nowhere to go, after what she calls a misunderstanding.

  • Paralympic athlete reunites with prosthetic legs after they go missing

    Paralympic athlete reunites with prosthetic legs after they go missing

    Sunday, May 15 2016 11:44 PM EDT2016-05-16 03:44:59 GMT
    Monday, May 16 2016 12:38 AM EDT2016-05-16 04:38:41 GMT
    Vanessa Low had her prosthetic legs returned on Sunday (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Vanessa Low had her prosthetic legs returned on Sunday (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    It has been a whirlwind weekend for one Paralympic athlete, whose prosthetic legs went missing.  Luckily, this story has a positive ending. 

    It has been a whirlwind weekend for one Paralympic athlete, whose prosthetic legs went missing.  Luckily, this story has a positive ending. 

  • Valley Chamber of Commerce says legalizing marijuana bad for business

    Valley Chamber of Commerce says legalizing marijuana bad for business

    Wednesday, May 11 2016 11:39 PM EDT2016-05-12 03:39:31 GMT
    Thursday, May 12 2016 12:36 AM EDT2016-05-12 04:36:45 GMT
    The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce says legalizing marijuana would be bad for business (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce says legalizing marijuana would be bad for business (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday it does not support legalizing marijuana for recreational use, saying it will be bad for business. 

    The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday it does not support legalizing marijuana for recreational use, saying it will be bad for business. 

  • Family of hit-and-run victim in Glendale pleads for justice

    Family of hit-and-run victim in Glendale pleads for justice

    Wednesday, May 11 2016 12:19 AM EDT2016-05-11 04:19:48 GMT
    Wednesday, May 11 2016 1:02 AM EDT2016-05-11 05:02:22 GMT
    Michael Freeman was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Glendale (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Michael Freeman was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Glendale (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A father of six and defensive driving instructor was killed while on his motorcycle by a hit-and-run driver on April 22. Glendale Police hope that by releasing the surveillance video of the incident, someone will step forward with information leading to an arrest.

    A father of six and defensive driving instructor was killed while on his motorcycle by a hit-and-run driver on April 22. Glendale Police hope that by releasing the surveillance video of the incident, someone will step forward with information leading to an arrest.

  • General manager of Dolphinaris responds to opposition

    General manager of Dolphinaris responds to opposition

    Wednesday, May 4 2016 8:43 PM EDT2016-05-05 00:43:21 GMT
    Wednesday, May 4 2016 9:49 PM EDT2016-05-05 01:49:23 GMT

    We got the first look at Dolphinaris, the oceanarium under construction on Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community land. It is a project that has a lot of opposition. 

    We got the first look at Dolphinaris, the oceanarium under construction on Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community land. It is a project that has a lot of opposition. 

  • TSA defends agent after mom appalled at alleged treatment of breast milk at Sky Harbor

    TSA defends agent after mom appalled at alleged treatment of breast milk at Sky Harbor

    Monday, May 2 2016 5:56 PM EDT2016-05-02 21:56:55 GMT
    Wednesday, May 4 2016 2:46 AM EDT2016-05-04 06:46:06 GMT
    File photo of security checkpoint at Sky Harbor (Source: KPHO/KTVK)File photo of security checkpoint at Sky Harbor (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    If you're a nursing mom, traveling can be very hectic. But for one St. Louis mom, a work trip was only made worse, she says, thanks to her treatment at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. 

    If you're a nursing mom, traveling can be very hectic. But for one St. Louis mom, a work trip was only made worse, she says, thanks to her treatment at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. 

  • AZ Supreme Court demands police change DUI tactics

    AZ Supreme Court demands police change DUI tactics

    Wednesday, April 27 2016 8:47 PM EDT2016-04-28 00:47:37 GMT
    Wednesday, April 27 2016 9:24 PM EDT2016-04-28 01:24:06 GMT
    Attorneys weigh in on a court ruling regarding Arizona's DUI law (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Attorneys weigh in on a court ruling regarding Arizona's DUI law (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    This week, the Arizona Supreme Court demanded that law enforcement officers make changes to the way they collect evidence when they suspect someone is driving under the influence.

    This week, the Arizona Supreme Court demanded that law enforcement officers make changes to the way they collect evidence when they suspect someone is driving under the influence.

  • Suffering from allergies after Monday's wind? These tricks might help

    Suffering from allergies after Monday's wind? These tricks might help

    Tuesday, April 26 2016 8:07 PM EDT2016-04-27 00:07:39 GMT
    Tuesday, April 26 2016 9:32 PM EDT2016-04-27 01:32:05 GMT

    Thanks to the strong winds Monday, many allergy sufferers are feeling discomfort.  

    Thanks to the strong winds Monday, many allergy sufferers are feeling discomfort.  

  • Phoenix fans react to death of music icon Prince

    Phoenix fans react to death of music icon Prince

    Thursday, April 21 2016 8:14 PM EDT2016-04-22 00:14:21 GMT
    Thursday, April 21 2016 9:33 PM EDT2016-04-22 01:33:02 GMT
    Fans remembering the cultural icon Prince (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Fans remembering the cultural icon Prince (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    If you wanted to buy one of Prince's albums, such as "Purple Rain" or "1999," you may be waiting a while. His music is flying off the shelves, and fans everywhere are reminded of his impact.

    If you wanted to buy one of Prince's albums, such as "Purple Rain" or "1999," you may be waiting a while. His music is flying off the shelves, and fans everywhere are reminded of his impact.

  • After mom is shot, four baby owls getting cared for at Valley wildlife rehab center

    After mom is shot, four baby owls getting cared for at Valley wildlife rehab center

    Tuesday, April 19 2016 11:58 PM EDT2016-04-20 03:58:17 GMT
    Wednesday, April 20 2016 3:20 AM EDT2016-04-20 07:20:09 GMT
    Liberty Wildlife is helping four baby owls after their mother was euthanized (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Liberty Wildlife is helping four baby owls after their mother was euthanized (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Instead of a nest, four baby owls are now in a cage at Liberty Wildlife in Scottsdale, because their neighbor felt they were too close for comfort.

    Instead of a nest, four baby owls are now in a cage at Liberty Wildlife in Scottsdale, because their neighbor felt they were too close for comfort.

  • Phoenix mom's warning about twin cribs goes viral

    Phoenix mom's warning about twin cribs goes viral

    Tuesday, April 12 2016 8:15 PM EDT2016-04-13 00:15:13 GMT
    Tuesday, April 12 2016 9:46 PM EDT2016-04-13 01:46:51 GMT
    Alison Johnson said she never saw anything dangerous about putting her twins' cribs next to each other. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Alison Johnson said she never saw anything dangerous about putting her twins' cribs next to each other. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    "It's really hard to think about," Alison Johnson said. "It was pretty traumatizing, the whole thing."

    "It's really hard to think about," Alison Johnson said. "It was pretty traumatizing, the whole thing."

  • Scottsdale considering rail line near downtown

    Scottsdale considering rail line near downtown

    Monday, April 11 2016 9:47 PM EDT2016-04-12 01:47:36 GMT
    Monday, April 11 2016 10:03 PM EDT2016-04-12 02:03:32 GMT

    Could a streetcar be coming to Scottsdale? The City Council will debate options at a meeting Tuesday, but when it comes to that commitment, many people who live or work there are in the middle of the road. 

    Could a streetcar be coming to Scottsdale? The City Council will debate options at a meeting Tuesday, but when it comes to that commitment, many people who live or work there are in the middle of the road. 

  • PD: Armed robbery suspect hides on back porch of condo

    PD: Armed robbery suspect hides on back porch of condo

    Saturday, April 9 2016 11:31 PM EDT2016-04-10 03:31:34 GMT
    Sunday, April 10 2016 1:37 AM EDT2016-04-10 05:37:23 GMT
    Armed robbery suspectArmed robbery suspect

    Phoenix police said two suspects tried to run away after allegedly holding up a pedestrian, with one even hiding on someone's back porch. Police said it started with an armed robbery at 7th Avenue and Camelback Road.

    Phoenix police said two suspects tried to run away after allegedly holding up a pedestrian, with one even hiding on someone's back porch. Police said it started with an armed robbery at 7th Avenue and Camelback Road.

  • Grocery store headed to downtown Phoenix

    Grocery store headed to downtown Phoenix

    Wednesday, April 6 2016 9:24 PM EDT2016-04-07 01:24:44 GMT
    Wednesday, April 6 2016 9:44 PM EDT2016-04-07 01:44:49 GMT

    Downtown Phoenix is considered a food desert because there aren't any grocery stores within walking distance for tens of thousands of people. But that could be changing in 2018. 

    Downtown Phoenix is considered a food desert because there aren't any grocery stores within walking distance for tens of thousands of people. But that could be changing in 2018. 

  • Neighbor sues Scottsdale wildlife center over noise, dust

    Neighbor sues Scottsdale wildlife center over noise, dust

    Tuesday, April 5 2016 9:23 PM EDT2016-04-06 01:23:30 GMT
    Tuesday, April 5 2016 9:30 PM EDT2016-04-06 01:30:46 GMT
    Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center could be in danger of closing (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center could be in danger of closing (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The owner of the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is facing its toughest challenge yet, now that their neighbor is suing them over the noise and dust. 

    The owner of the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is facing its toughest challenge yet, now that their neighbor is suing them over the noise and dust. 

  • Deadly Winslow shooting leads to call for federal investigation

    Deadly Winslow shooting leads to call for federal investigation

    Monday, April 4 2016 8:53 PM EDT2016-04-05 00:53:12 GMT
    Monday, April 4 2016 11:53 PM EDT2016-04-05 03:53:20 GMT
    Loreal Tsingine (Photo source: Facebook)Loreal Tsingine (Photo source: Facebook)

    The shooting death of a Navajo woman at the hands of a Winslow police officer is sparking outrage across Arizona. State leaders are now calling on the federal government to step in.

    The shooting death of a Navajo woman at the hands of a Winslow police officer is sparking outrage across Arizona. State leaders are now calling on the federal government to step in.

  • Dog attacked by rattlesnake 1 year after first attack

    Dog attacked by rattlesnake 1 year after first attack

    Sunday, April 3 2016 11:33 PM EDT2016-04-04 03:33:58 GMT
    Monday, April 4 2016 12:48 PM EDT2016-04-04 16:48:00 GMT
    Picture of Honeybear before being attacked by a rattlesnake (Source: Rhonda Millikan)Picture of Honeybear before being attacked by a rattlesnake (Source: Rhonda Millikan)

    A Valley woman is hoping her dog pulls through after helplessly watching a snake attack her. But this isn't the first time that her border terrier was attacked by a rattler.

    A Valley woman is hoping her dog pulls through after helplessly watching a snake attack her. But this isn't the first time that her border terrier was attacked by a rattler.

  • Amid string of hobby store burglaries, Phoenix store hit

    Amid string of hobby store burglaries, Phoenix store hit

    Thursday, March 31 2016 7:11 PM EDT2016-03-31 23:11:22 GMT
    Thursday, March 31 2016 10:29 PM EDT2016-04-01 02:29:59 GMT
    Another hobby story burglarized in the Valley (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Another hobby story burglarized in the Valley (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    We have learned of another victim in a string of hobby store burglaries. One of Duncan's R/C's locations in Phoenix was not penetrated, but their second store was. 

    We have learned of another victim in a string of hobby store burglaries. One of Duncan's R/C's locations in Phoenix was not penetrated, but their second store was. 

  • Phoenix gunshot victim: cell phone, magnifying glass in purse saved life

    Phoenix gunshot victim: cell phone, magnifying glass in purse saved life

    Wednesday, March 30 2016 8:49 PM EDT2016-03-31 00:49:27 GMT
    Wednesday, March 30 2016 10:03 PM EDT2016-03-31 02:03:04 GMT

    A woman is recovering after she said her neighbor shot her in their west Phoenix neighborhood. 

    A woman is recovering after she said her neighbor shot her in their west Phoenix neighborhood. She says a magnifying glass and a cell phone saved her life.

Lindsey ReiserLindsey Reiser is a Scottsdale native and an award-winning multimedia journalist.

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Lindsey Reiser

Lindsey returned to the Valley in 2010 after covering border and immigration issues in El Paso, TX. While in El Paso she investigated public corruption, uncovered poor business practices, and routinely reported on the violence across the border.

Lindsey feels honored to have several awards under her belt, including a Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award, Hearst Journalist Award, and several National Broadcast Education Association Awards.

Lindsey is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, and she currently serves as a mentor to journalism students. She studied for a semester in Alicante, Spain and also earned a degree in Spanish at ASU.

She is proud to serve as a member of United Blood Services’ Community Leadership Council, a volunteer advisory board for the UBS of Arizona.

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