• (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    PD: Woman dies after hit-and-run in Phoenix

    A woman has died after she was struck during a hit-and-run Sunday night in Phoenix, police said.

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Women gathered at the state capitol for the Phoenix Women's March

    Many Women's Marches happened Saturday across the country but here in Phoenix, the Women's March happened Sunday morning at the State Capitol.

  • MCACC taking action after dog dies of bacterial infection

    Maricopa County Animal Care and Control said Saturday that a dog in their care died due to Streptococcus zooepidemicus at their Mesa shelter.

  • (Source: ADOT)

    Brrr! Winter storm hits hard in our state

    A winter storm hit Arizona hard Saturday! After days of balmy January weather in the 70s, Phoenix-area temps dropped drastically over the weekend, with the storm bringing rain and gusty winds to the Valley and snow and icy roads to the high country. 

  • Sen. Jeff Flake said on Sunday he would vote for a CR after not voting for it last week. (Source: CNN)

    Senate vote scheduled for Monday to potentially end shutdown

    The vote was moved from 1 a.m. ET Monday to noon after it became clear Democrats would block the spending bill over disagreements on a variety of issues,

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    YCSO: Man found shot to death in Chino Valley

    Authorities said they are investigating after a man was found shot to death inside a pickup truck Saturday night in Chino Valley.

  • Imber Turcios. (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)

    PD: Bug exterminator sexually assaults Glendale woman

    He is being held without bond.

  • DPS investigating wrong-way crash on L-202 in Gilbert

    Troopers with the Arizona Department of Public Safety are investigating a wrong-way crash. 

  • Sean Aron makes mini stadiums that hold snack foods. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Peoria man builds snack-filled mini stadiums

    He has a very tasty Super Bowl tradition.

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Phoenix-area homeless street count scheduled for Tuesday

    Tuesday morning, hundreds of volunteers throughout the Phoenix area will search alleys, parks, riverbeds and other areas in an attempt to get an accurate count of the number of people experiencing homelessness.

  • Four people were hurt after a rollover crash in Glendale on Monday, according to police. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Rollover crash injures 4 in Glendale, police say

    Four people were hurt after a rollover crash in Glendale on Monday, according to police.

  • (AP/Gage Skidmore)

    Shutdown continues into workweek, as Senate talks drag on

    The Senate adjourned without voting Sunday, guaranteeing the shutdown would continue into a third day.

  • (Source: Instagram)

    Best happy hour spots in Tempe

    Happy hour is the happiest hour of the day, it's day time but it's still acceptable to drink, it's not yet dinner time but if you're hungry there are small plates galore. Tempe is a college town and it has some of the Valley's best happy hour spots. 

  • Arizona Coyotes' Max Domi, top, falls over St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen during the third period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in St. Louis. (Source: AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

    Coyotes snap losing streak to Blues with 5-2 win

    The Coyotes scored four times in the opening 13:15.

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Polls show 'stunning reversal' in Mexican views toward US

    One study said Mexican opinions of the U.S. had completely flipped, from 66 percent who felt favorably of the U.S. in 2015 to 65 percent who have an unfavorable view today.

  • Huff, Williams lead Utah women past Arizona 80-56

    Megan Huff scored 17 points, Tori Williams added 15 and Utah cruised to an 80-56 win over Arizona on Sunday.

  • Temperatures below average in Phoenix area

    Cold weather continued to chill the Valley as temperatures remained well below average. (January 21, 2018)

  • Some parts of the park will remain open during the government shutdown, and privately run businesses will be open, but no other park services or employees will be available. (Source: Sophia Kunthara/Cronkite News)

    Grand Canyon partly open, blunting biggest hit of government shutdown

    Privately run shops, lodging and other businesses at the Grand Canyon National Park remain open and the park itself is accessible.

  • (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Trial set for man accused of making bomb parts for jihadists

    A decade ago, military police raiding a Baghdad apartment during the Iraq War discovered bomb-making materials that authorities say contained the fingerprints of a Syrian man now accused of making a key component for improvised explosive devices for a jihadist group that attacked American soldiers.

  • Thousands took to the streets to protest in the Women's March in Phoenix. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    SLIDESHOW: Women's March in Phoenix

    It was a sea of pink as thousands of people hit the streets in downtown Phoenix for the Women's March.

  • Women's Marches draw large crowds on second day

    Thousands of demonstrators gathered in cities across the United States Sunday for a second day of Women's Marches, calling for equality and respect while urging supporters to make their voices heard by voting in this year's midterm elections.

  • Recipes from The Covenant restaurant in Paradise Valley

    Recipes from The Covenant Restaurant in Paradise Valley.

  • Recipes for a healthy breakfast to boost your immune system

    Delicious recipes for a healthy breakfast to boost your immune system!

  • (Source: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

    Making the grade: What the new travel advisory system means for you

    Pop quiz: Under the previous State Department travel advisory system, a “travel warning” meant the same thing as a “travel alert.” 

  • Shutdown affects AZ parks, paychecks, and security

    The government shut down is already hurting Arizonans’ paychecks, security, and how families spend their free time.

  • Coldest temps of the week arrive Monday morning

    Chilly air continues to filter into Arizona behind a winter storm that brought high country snow and Valley rain showers.

  • 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. 

  • 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.

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

    ADOT urges drivers to use care while driving during storm

    Authorities are urging drivers to be cautious this weekend as a cold front plows across northern Arizona, with snow forecast Saturday in the high country and possibly lower elevations than usual.

  • (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.

  • (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.  

  • (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? 

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    Happy hour is the happiest hour of the day, it's day time but it's still acceptable to drink, it's not yet dinner time but if you're hungry there are small plates galore. Tempe is a college town and it has some of the Valley's best happy hour spots. 

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  • SLIDESHOW: Women's March in Phoenix

    SLIDESHOW: Women's March in Phoenix

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    It was a sea of pink as thousands of people hit the streets in downtown Phoenix for the Women's March.

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  • Women's Marches draw large crowds on second day

    Women's Marches draw large crowds on second day

    Sunday, January 21 2018 5:14 PM EST2018-01-21 22:14:16 GMT

    Thousands of demonstrators gathered in cities across the United States Sunday for a second day of Women's Marches, calling for equality and respect while urging supporters to make their voices heard by voting in this year's midterm elections.

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    Saturday, January 20 2018 7:38 PM EST2018-01-21 00:38:40 GMT

    Mother Nature turned the tables on our state this weekend as she socked us with a big winter storm. The Phoenix area saw a drastic dip in temperature, as well as high winds and rain, and the north country saw snowy conditions and icy roads. 

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    Mother Nature turned the tables on our state this weekend as she socked us with a big winter storm. The Phoenix area saw a drastic dip in temperature, as well as high winds and rain, and the north country saw snowy conditions and icy roads. 

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