• Lead foot? Justice of the peace got 5 speeding tickets in 6 years

    A Maricopa County Justice of the Peace seems to have a lead foot. We have uncovered five speeding tickets that have been issued to Judge Cody Williams since 2011. Williams in the Justice of the Peace for the South Mountain Precinct. 

  • The Glendale Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred Tuesday morning. (SOURCE: 3TV/ CBS 5)

    Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting at 43rd Avenue

    Glendale Police Department are investigating a shooting that occurred Tuesday morning. The incident took place at 43rd Avenue and Northern Avenue. 

  • Police said Mesa Councilman Ryan Winkle had a BAC of 0.22 when he was pulled over on May. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    PD: Councilman Winkle had a BAC of .220 during DUI arrest

    The Tempe Police Department announced the blood results on Mesa Councilman Ryan Winkle who was arrested for suspected DUI earlier this month. 

  • Source: Google

    Teen arrested for making threat to 'shoot up' Queen Creek HS

    A teenage boy has been arrested for allegedly making a threat against Queen Creek High School. On Friday, May 19, the 16-year-old Queen Creek High School student was booked into the Maricopa County Southeast Juvenile Facility. 

  • The Phoenix Fire Department has seen 3.5 more rescues in 2017 compared to this time last year. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Phoenix hiker rescue numbers 3.5 times higher than this time last year

    Up until this point, we've been blessed with a relatively mild spring.  With steady triple digits in the forecast, rescue crews are ready for what that means. They responded to two overheated hikers Tuesday, both before 9:30 in the morning. 

  • Video shows man mocking, punching man with cerebral palsy

    A man is accused of sucker punching another man outside a convenience store after making fun of him because he showed symptoms of cerebral palsy. 

  • Police: Parents force 5-year-old to drink mouthwash because he was thirsty

    A 5-year-old boy showed up at a New Mexico hospital with a .2 blood alcohol level, after his parents allegedly forced him to drink mouthwash.

  • Stranger Danger: Man exposes himself to young girl in Avondale

    Avondale police are warning the community about a man who exposed himself to a young girl walking home from school. 

  • Emergency services personnel speak to people outside Manchester Arena after reports of an explosion at the venue during an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. (AP Photo)

    Britain PM: another attack 'may be imminent'

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  • How to protect online privacy from nosy marketers

    It seems nothing is private online, from where you shop to what you search, but you don't have to stand for it. CBS 5 Advocate Dave Cherry has how consumers can protect their online privacy today. (Tuesday, May 23, 2017)

  • Manchester bombing victim, 8, was "a beautiful little girl"

    Authorities say 8-year-old Saffie Roussos was the youngest of the 22 victims identified so far in the bombing in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert.
  • Arizona to receive $313,000 in Target data breach settlement

    Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says the state will receive nearly $313,000 from an $18.5 million settlement with Target Corp. The settlement announced Tuesday resolves a multi-state probe into the discounter's pre-Christmas data breach in 2013. 

  • Warning of "imminent" attack, Britain raises threat level

    An explosion struck an Ariana Grande concert attended by thousands of young music fans in northern England, killing at least 22 people and injuring dozens more.

  • Ruling: Crime areas, others' actions don't justify frisks

    The Arizona Supreme Court says police can't frisk people just because they're in a high-crime neighborhood and with somebody else who runs off when police approach.

  • Mount St. Helens in 1980 when it erupted. (Source: CBS News)

    Mount St. Helens is still active

    It has been 37 years since Mount St. Helens erupted and it still is recharging. 

  • Union represented by Arizona teachers slammed Gov. Doug Ducey for vetoing bill to change evaluation process. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Ducey veto of teacher evaluation bill slammed by union

    The union representing Arizona teachers on Tuesday slammed Gov. Doug Ducey for vetoing what they called a sensible change to the evaluation process for classroom instructors and principals.

  • The ACLU is questioning why the City of Mesa awarded CoreCivic the deal five years after submitting its original proposal. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    ACLU raises questions over private jail deal in Mesa

    A local civil liberties group is raising concerns over a $15 million contract Mesa inked this week to privatize its jail system. 

  • A shuttle service was proposed for the Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial Park last week. (Source: Arizona State Parks)

    Shuttle proposed to solve Arizona state park's parking woes

    Arizona residents want to see a shuttle service come to a state park with an overfilled parking lot.

  • Fire personnel are managing a wildfire above Mogollon Rim. (Source: MGN Online)

    Lightning-caused wildfire above Mogollon Rim helping to clean forest

    Fire personnel are managing a recent lightning-caused fire above Mogollon Rim according to the U.S. Forest Service.

  • Bruce has been treated for burned paws (Source: Arizona Humane Society)

    Protect your dog's paws in extreme heat

    We wouldn't walk around outside barefoot when the temps hit the triple digits. Yet some folks expect their dogs to be able to tolerate hot pavement or hiking trails. While your dog's paw pads may be tough, they are still sensitive. 

  • Kayon Williams, 16, was found shot to death inside a car. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Vigil held for murdered McClintock High student

    A solemn gathering at McClintock High School Monday evening as friends and family of Kayon Williams said their goodbyes and paid their respects to the slain teen.

  • (SOURCE: 3TV/ CBS 5)

    2 lanes reopen on SB I-17 following motorcycle crash

    A motorcycle crash blocked the number four and five lanes of southbound I-17, south of McDowell Rd. early Tuesday morning. 

  • Bee calls on the rise across the Valley

    Bees are buzzing across the Valley, and they're making life miserable for some unhappy homeowners. The number of bee related calls is on the rise in the Phoenix area.

  • (Source: Facebook)

    Drone gives us birds-eye view of huge Memorial Day flag display

    flags planted on the grounds of the University of Phoenix offer a special Memorial Day message to those who have sacrificed in service to our country. Since the best view is from the air, a drone was enlisted to give the best perspective.

  • Deputies are searching for suspects related to a burglary in Prescott. (Source: Yavapai County Sheriff's Office)

    Sheriff's Office seeking burglary suspect(s) caught on camera in Prescott

    Deputies are seeking unknown suspect(s) who allegedly burglarized a camper located off Copper Basin Road in the Prescott National Forest according to Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Source: Facebook

    Free compression-only CPR training

    With the holiday weekend just a few days away, many of us will spend lots of time outside swimming and grilling. If you don't know how to perform hands-only CPR, now's your chance to learn.  

  • Kinton Bruce, 27 (Source: Chandler Police Department)

    Suspect in Chandler fatal DUI crash this weekend pleads not guilty

    A man accused in a fatal DUI-involved crash in Chandler this weekend has pleaded not guilty.

  • In this May 19, 2017 photo, the Route 66 Diner, once a gas station is shown in Albuquerque, N.M. Route 66, the American Mother Road that once connected motorists from Illinois to California, may lose its place in a National Park Service's preservation pro

    Expiring law could leave Route 66 towns without key funding

    Route 66, the historic American roadway that linked Chicago to the West Coast, soon may be dropped from a National Park Service preservation program.  

  • Roger Moore had prouder achievements than playing James Bond

    Roger Moore, the longest-serving movie star to play iconic British spy James Bond in the famed film series, has died in Switzerland after a brief bout with cancer.
  • Glendale Police say the driver of this car hit a sign and a fire hydrant before leaving the scene. (SOURCE: 3TV and CBS 5)

    Glendale PD investigating rollover crash

    The Glendale Police Department is investigating a rollover crash that occurred Tuesday morning. 

  • Man dies following crash at 67th Avenue

    Phoenix police say a man has died following a crash at 67th Avenue and Buckeye Road Tuesday morning.

  • Firefighter, civilian hurt in Scottsdale house fire

    Scottsdale firefighters are responding to a working fire call in the 11800 block of East Dreyfus Avenue. 

  • 10,000 flags to honor fallen service members

    Volunteers started placing 10,000 flags on the lawn of the University Of Phoenix Riverpoint campus in honor of these fallen heroes. 

  • ISIS claims responsibility for deadly bombing at Ariana Grande concert in UK

    The Islamic State group says one of its members planted bombs in the middle of crowds in Manchester, England, where 22 people died in an explosion.

  • A first-of-its-kind mobile treatment plant will begin purifying wastewater next month to help create beer. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    First look: The mobile plant that will purify wastewater for beer

    A first-of-its-kind mobile treatment plant will begin purifying wastewater next month for a more delicious purpose: beer. It's all to showcase advances in wastewater treatment technology.

  • Gov. Ducey acted on 33 remaining bills on Monday. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    A glance at bills signed Monday by Gov. Doug Ducey

    Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday finished up work on the 2017 legislative session by acting on 33 remaining bills, including signing legislation creating a $1 billion university loan program and 26 other bills.

  • 'Christmas Santa' petitioned for allowing a Christmas tree being up at Camelback Mountain. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Committee says no to holiday tree on Camelback Mountain

    camelback holiday tree

    Last December trees were going up and down the mountain for days. A group calling itself 'Christmas Santa’s' lugged at 15-foot Christmas tree up Camelback Mountain the day after Thanksgiving but 24 hours later it was gone. And the Grinch mystery began.

  • An appeals court in Washington, D.C. struck down a Federal Aviation Administration rule that required hobbyists to register their drones. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Federal court rejects FAA requirement to register drones

    An appeals court in Washington, D.C. struck down a Federal Aviation Administration rule that required hobbyists to register their drones.  

  • Mesa will become the first city in Arizona to privatize its jails for misdemeanor inmates. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Mesa city council votes to privatize jails

    Mesa will become the first city in Arizona to privatize its jails for misdemeanor inmates after the city council voted to approve a $15 million contract Monday with a private prison company.

  • (Source: Kim Quintero/3TV/CBS 5) Pittsburgh Pirates against the Diamondbacks at Chase Field on Thursday, May 11

    Chase Field goes green

    I love a good baseball game. Over the past 4 years of living in Arizona, I've made a point to check out our Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field several times a season. 

  • There are a couple of programs that provide grants to help buyers pay for down payments and closing costs. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Programs provide free cash for home buyers

    Rents are rising quickly in all corners of the Valley, prompting more people to look into home ownership. Programs like "Home Plus" and "Home in Five" provide grants to help buyers pay for down payments and closing costs. 

  • Tyesha Brown thought she scored a deal on a new place to rent. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Consumer Alert: Rent scam dupes Mesa woman

    3 on your side

    Rental scams are alive and well right now. A Mesa woman found out the hard way.

  • A semi-truck crash closed Interstate 10 north of Tucson Monday evening. (22 May 2017) [Source: KOLD]

    I-10 re-opened near Casa Grande after semi-truck crash

    Arizona Department of Public Safety officials say they have re-opened Interstate 10 after crash involving two semi trucks had closed the eastbound lanes of the freeway near Tucson.

  • A racial profiling case involving former Sheriff Joe Arpaio is about to get more expensive. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Costs rise in suit over immigration patrols in metro Phoenix

    A racial profiling case involving former Sheriff Joe Arpaio that has already cost taxpayers in metropolitan Phoenix nearly $66 million over the last nine years is about to get more expensive. .

  • According to Phoenix Police the suspect and victim knew each other. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Officer involved in Hance Park shooting identified

    The Phoenix police officer involved in the Hance Park shooting on May 15th was identified on Monday. 

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Two former Mountain Ridge wrestlers indicted on sexual assault charges

    Two former Mountain Ridge High School wrestlers have been charged with sex crimes related to an incident during a team trip to Holbrook last year. 

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Serious injuries reported in rollover crash on U.S. 60

    At least one person has serious injuries in a rollover crash at westbound US-60 at mile marker 142, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

  • An organization in Chandler is helping babies as young as 6 months survive in the water. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Babies learn survival skills in unexpected encounter with water

    Child drownings or near drownings make headlines during the summer in the Valley. But an organization in Chandler is teaching babies as young as 6 months water survival skills.

  • Valley doctors blame "selfies" for the increase in head lice cases. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Valley doctors blame 'selfies' for jump in head lice cases

    Teenagers take a lot of selfies on their cell phones, just to be silly and have fun. The last thing Pinnacle High School senior C.C. Cook and her friends worry about is catching head lice.

  • The Salt River near Mesa is often pretty dry nowadays. (Source: Rio Salado Project)

    Without the Salt River, we wouldn’t be here

    The Salt River used to flow full time through the Salt River Valley. It was the basis of life in this area.

  • Smart money moves to make after losing a job

    If you just got let go at work, after you get over the shock, the next step is to get your finances organized. CBS 5 Advocate Dave Cherry has the smart money moves to make after losing a job.

  • Authorities were searching for a man who allegedly stole an elderly woman's purse outside of a Wal-Mart in Tucson. (Source: Pima County Sheriff's Office)

    Authorities: Man stole elderly woman's purse outside Wal-Mart

    Authorities were searching for a man who allegedly stole an elderly woman's purse at a Walmart in Tucson.

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