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    Mesa gets creative with 'prototyping' street festival

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  • William Cox stands guard at casket for friend and fellow veteran. (Source: Bill Cox/Facebook)

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    An Upstate native and Vietnam War veteran made good on a promise to a fellow Marine at his funeral and a photo from the service is going viral.

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    Show Low was named after a marathon poker game played between two early settlers. They decided there wasn’t enough room for both of them in the community and agreed to let a game of cards decide who was to get the 100,000 acre ranch and who was to move on. 

  • Tuesday @ 9 p.m. on 3TV: Flooded cars in Arizona

    Thousands of flooded hurricane cars are already in Arizona. Can viewers spot the red flags of a water-logged wreck? 3 On Your Side puts them to the test - Tuesday at 9 p.m. on 3TV.

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    Mary Crozier and her neighbors aren't giving up without a fight. The Phoenix homeowner is leading the charge to reign in the big plans an out-of-state builder has for creating a 4-story apartment complex off Seventh Street and Marlette Avenue.

  • (Source: CNN) According to TransCanada, a total of 210,000 gallons of oil leaked on November 16, 2017 from the Keystone Pipeline in Marshall County, South Dakota.

    Keystone pipeline leak won't affect last regulatory hurdle

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  • David "Wade" Barter (Source: Daisy Mountain Fire Department)

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  • Gloria Lucio wanted to spend her last Christmas with her grandchild at the place she's called home for nearly 30 years. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Dying grandmother talks about losing everything in Phoenix apartment fire

    Gloria Lucio lived in the same apartment near 67th Avenue and Osborn Road in Phoenix for nearly three decades. Wednesday morning, while she was not at home, a fire broke out, destroying her apartment and everything in it.

  • Corey Daniels (Source: Maricopa County Superior Court)

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    A Valley man has been sentenced to prison for the rest of his natural life for the death of his 3-year-old stepdaughter.

  • Gilbert police say E'lon Hayes, 27, attempted to commit armed robbery at a 7-11 on Nov. 15, 2017. (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)

    Man gets shot trying to rob a 7-Eleven in Gilbert

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    More green lights? New tech should ease traffic along Bell Road in 5 cities

    New camera sensors called adaptive signals powered by high-tech software will change lights automatically to improve traffic flow along Bell Road in Surprise, Glendale, Peoria, Phoenix and Scottsdale. 

  • Former NAU professor indicted for stalking student, firefighters

     A Northern Arizona University professor is accused of stalking a student and two firefighters she met online. 

  • Jameis Winston, quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, accused of groping a Scottsdale Uber driver in 2016. (Source: AP photo)

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    The NFL is looking into allegations that Jameis Winston, quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, groped a Scottsdale Uber driver back in 2016. 

  • The Rev. Jesse Jackson gestures during his speech to the Democratic National Convention in San Franciscoís Moscone Center, Tuesday, July 17, 1984. (AP Photo)

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    Woman dead after being struck by car in Phoenix

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    Lights of the World returns for the holidays in new Phoenix location

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  • A powerful monsoon storm caused major damage to Phoenix's central library on Saturday night. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

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    High school teams across Arizona to honor Carlos Sanchez

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