• (Source: ADOT)

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  • (Source: City of Phoenix Parks and Rec.)

    Popular trailhead at South Mountain Park reopens

    It's the day hikers have been eagerly awaiting. The Pima Canyon Trailhead has reopened at South Mountain Park.  

  • We go through every restaurant that’s been inspected to see which ones were cited for the most priority health code violations.The worst offenders make our Dirty Dining list. (Source: CBS 5)

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    Every week, CBS 5 News is sent a list of restaurants that have been recently inspected by Maricopa County's Environmental Services Department. CBS 5 News selects restaurants with some of the highest number of "risk factors."

  • I-40 closure from Christmas Eve 2016. (Source: Arizona Department of Transportation)

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  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    PD: 2 men hurt, 1 arrested in Phoenix shooting

    Phoenix police are investigating after two people were shot early Saturday morning.

  • Police: Wife charged after dragging man to death down several streets with pickup truck

    The Oconee County County Coroner said a 25-year-old Seneca man was killed after being hit by a car following a domestic incident Thursday night.

  • (Source: Outlets at Anthem)

    Dogs get cozy in sweaters during chilly weather

    Anyone who went outside Saturday knows it was a chilly day. Folks around town bundled up, not only keeping themselves warm but trying to keep their four-legged friends toasty as well. And what's cuter than a dog in a sweater? 

  • Valley “dreamers” and those who support them gathered Saturday to send a strong message to Washington.  (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Dreamers renew call for DACA fix amid government shutdown

    Valley “dreamers” and those who support them gathered Saturday to send a strong message to Washington.

  • (AP/Gage Skidmore)

    McConnell announces vote to reopen government at 1 a.m. Monday

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has proposed a vote to possibly reopen the government at 1 a.m. on Monday.

  • Bashas’ family of stores holds monthly job fairs through May

    The family-owned grocer that operates Food City, AJ’s Fine Foods and Bashas’ supermarkets will hold monthly job fairs from January through May of 2018. 

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    Temps took a drastic dip on Saturday. Ashlee DeMartino has our forecast.

  • Dangerous teen trend: Putting laundry pods into mouth

    The “Tide Pod Challenge” is a new social media craze that involved teens eating raw laundry detergent pods, but if the contents are ingested, this trend could turn deadly.

  • Winter storm moves into Arizona Saturday

    A winter storm tracking through Arizona Saturday is bringing mountain snow, blustery winds, colder temperatures and a few Valley rain showers.

  • (Source: AAA of Arizona)

    Best places for photos across Arizona

    Arizona’s raw beauty makes it one of the most photogenic states in the country—just ask Alfred Hitchcock, Ridley Scott, and the Coen brothers, who have all shot films right here in the Grand Canyon State.

  • (Source: My Popcorn Kitchen via Instagram)

    Scottsdale couple's popcorn shop serves up 60 flavors

    My Popcorn Kitchen is owned by husband and wife team Perry and Kim Brush. The popcorn shop is located at Scottsdale and Acoma in Scottsdale and features popcorn flavored 60 different ways!

  • Artist's rendering of the South Mountain Freeway. (Source: ADOT)

    I-10 ramp closures mark new phase of South Mountain Freeway work

    Changes are in store for motorists in the West Valley as multiple ramps leading to and from Interstate 10 will be permanently closed and reconfigured over the next several months to make room for an interchange connecting to the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway. 

  • FILE - In this March 24, 2017 file photo, Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz. speaks with a reporter on Capitol Hill in Washington, as the House nears a vote on their health care overhaul. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

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    Maricopa County elections officials on Friday began reviewing qualifying signatures for two of three Democratic candidates seeking to replace Republican U.S. Rep. Trent Franks. The review began after a judge set a hearing for next week on the legal challenge to signatures qualifying Brianna Westbrook and Gene Scharer for the ballot.

  • The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department say that telephone scams alone may have led to the theft of $54 million in recent years, $1.1 million of that from people in Arizona. (Source: Ken Teegardin/seniorliving.org)

    Phoenix offers free tax preparation and filing service

    Free tax preparation and filing services are now available for families who made less than $54,000 in 2017. 

  • (Source: Sweepeasybroom.com)

    Maricopa entrepreneur invents broom with scraper

    Maricopa resident Shane Pannell is a father of 3 and local inventor.  He appeared on Shark Tank in 2011 with his Sweep Easy Broom.

  • New police technology speeds up ballistic investigations. 19 Jan. 2018 (Source: 3TV/CBS 5 News)

    Technology helped nab suspected Phoenix serial killer

    Great police work, multi-agency cooperation and new technology is being credited for the arrest of Cleophus Cooksey, a man investigators believe is a serial killer responsible for the murders of nine people.

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio files to undo his conviction... again

    Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed with the 9th Circuit Court an appeal to undo his contempt of court conviction. Arpaio's argument is that when President Donald Trump pardoned him, that made his case "moot before the normal appeals process."

  • (Source: Kingman police)

    2 Kingman men are seriously injured in motorcycle accident

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  • (Source: Yuma Police Department)

    Yuma police officer is cleared in fatal shooting last year

    The Yuma County Sheriff's Office has determined that the fatal shooting of an armed man by a Yuma police officer late last year was justified.

  • (Source: Arizona Cardinals)

    Cardinals' pool dwindles as search goes on for coach

    Back when Bruce Arians announced his retirement, Arizona Cardinals President Michael Bidwill said he would be in no rush to find a new coach. 

  • Jason West, 27, accused of killing a Casa Grande man in 2015 has entered an insanity plea. (Source: Pinal County Sheriff's Office)

    Man enters insanity plea in 2015 Casa Grande murder

     The Casa Grande Dispatch reports Jason West pleaded guilty on Thursday to shooting 53-year-old Jeffery Zimmerman in the head as he slept on Feb. 25, 2015. 

  • Cleophus Cooksey, 35, charged in multiple murders in the Phoenix area. (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)

    Records paint bleak picture of suspect in serial killings

    A man accused of killing nine people in metro Phoenix grew up in a household plagued by domestic violence, left home at 16 to live with his girlfriend and was in prison three years later for manslaughter after participating in a robbery at a strip club where an accomplice was fatally shot, court records show.

  • Jose Figueroa, sentenced to 25 years in prison for the fatal stabbing of his ex-girlfriend. (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)

    Man who killed ex-girlfriend at Phoenix salon gets 25 years

    A man who fatally stabbed his ex-girlfriend with a knife at a Phoenix beauty salon two years ago will serve 25 years in prison.

  • (Source: ADOT)

    DPS: Fatal motorcycle crash blocks two lanes on I-17

    One person was killed following a crash involving a motorcycle Saturday.

  • (Source: Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church)

    Phoenix bishop Alexis Thomas dies at 50

    The Phoenix native was the senior pastor of the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church.

  • Government shuts down as lawmakers still searching for a deal

    The federal government shut down at midnight Friday as senators continued to scramble to reach a deal to fund the government.
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