• Queen of Clean: Removing BBQ Stains

  • Celebrating BBQ Month with Dickey's BBQ

    May is National BBQ Month, and with good reason, it's the start of summer grilling season! Mr. Dickey himself joins us with his spread of famous BBQ including the best way to cook ribs on the grill. Visit Dickeys.com for more info.

  • Tacos Tequila Whiskey opens in Arcadia

    Tacos Tequila Whiskey, a tell-it-like-it-is former food truck-turned sit-down restaurant, is listed among the "21 Best Mexican Restaurants in America" and the "10 Best Taco Spots in the U.S."

  • Motivational Monday: Water X workout (part 2)

     WTRX (Water X)  the ultimate boot camp in the pool. This class isn't just a blast and different than anything else on the market, but it's extremely effective because the water provides safe resistance for aerobic conditioning as well as a total body workout with low impact.


     

  • Fifth graders get hands-on learning with Civil War reenactment

    Students at Burk Elementary School in Gilbert got to get hands-on and learn about the Civil War on their last day of school.

  • Motivational Monday: Water X workout

     WTRX (Water X) stands for water extreme. This class isn't just a blast and different than anything else on the market, but it's extremely effective because the water provides safe resistance for aerobic conditioning as well as a total body workout with low impact.  

  • Using Fame for Good. WWE Superstar Nikki Bella partners with GirlTalk founder, Sarah Pendrick, to inspire and empower young women

     Nikki Bella joins Good Morning Arizona to talk about her partnership with Sarah Pendrick of GirlTalk, following their sold out event in Phoenix.

  • Warning signs and misconceptions about osteoporosis

     May is Osteoporosis Month. Some doctors say for many women, even those who stay on top of their health, bone health often flies under the radar.
     

  • Arizona Humane Society's Sweetheart Sunday

    This week's Sweetheart Sunday pet is West who is a cuddly 6-month-old puppy. He was found as a stray and he is now ready for his forever home. If you are interested in adopting West you can call the Arizona Humane Society at (602) 997-7585 or go to azhumane.org for more information about adoptions. 

  • Summer slim down smoothies with Smoothie King

    Denise Eddings of Smoothie King Dana Park in Mesa brings recipes for smoothies to help you slim down for the summer. They are located at 1940 S. Val Vista Drive in Mesa. 

  • Home Depot Debbie

    Home Depot Debbie Hernandez explains how to make easy and affordable jewelry organizers. 

  • Wag App to match dog owners with dog walkers

    Jon Oaks talks about Wag App, an app that sets dog owners up with  local dog sitters and dog walkers. The company also offers a free lock box to dog owners so they can leave a key for whoever they choose to take care of their pup. More information at app.wagwalking.com 

  • Sprinkles debuts a new flavor

    Sprinkles Cupcakes debut its new flavor, Cookie Dough. More information at sprinkles.com

  • Chef Julio Mata of Barrio Queen

    Chef Julio Mata of Barrio Queen makes some of his favorite dishes available for Arizona Restaurant Week. 

  • Health Watch with Dr. Art Mollen

    Dr. Art Mollen talks about the dangers of alcohol poisoning and how to make sure you're drinking responsibly and safely.

  • Nailed It with Home Depot Debbie

    Home Depot Debbie Hernandez shows us how to make our own jewelry rack to keep all those earrings and necklaces organized. 

  • Jobs Watch with Ryan Naylor

    Ryan Naylor of Localwork.com talks about local job fairs and who is hiring in the Valley.

  • Get your car ready for Memorial Day travel

    Jim Garnand of narpro.com gives us tips on how to get your car ready for all your summer road trips so you can be safe and prepared. 

  • Desoto Central Market

    Chef Stephen Jones with Desoto Central Market in Phoenix talks about local ingredients from the market and recipes. 

  • Beards are in style

    Amber from Great Clips talks about facial hair and hair styles for men. Beards are definitely in. 

  • Pool party plate ideas

    Small, fresh appetizers and plates for your summer pool parties

  • Ryan Shupe kicks off his summer tour in Tempe

    Ryan Shupe kicks off his summer tour in Tempe tonight at Wells Fargo Arena. 

  • Arizona Firefighter Brew

    Arizona Firefighter Brew is a partnership with West Valley Firefighter Charities and United Phoenix Firefighter Charities that brews a craft beer once a year. All of the proceeds earned from the beer goes back into the community to fund their firefighter programs. The programs include babysitter training, CPR training and building pool fences for families in need. 

  • Arizona Firefighter Brew

    Arizona Firefighter Brew is a partnership with West Valley Firefighter Charities and United Phoenix Firefighter Charities that brews a craft beer once a year. All of the proceeds earned from the beer goes back into the community to fund their firefighter programs. The programs include babysitter training, CPR training and building pool fences for families in need. 

  • Garden Guy talks hot weather gardening

    Garden Guy Dave Owens talks about how to succeed at hot weather gardening.

  • Dr. Pablo Prichard talks about the importance of sunscreen

    Dr. Pablo Prichard, Chief of Plastic Surgery at John C. Lincoln talks about the importance of wearing sunscreen. Dr. Prichard recommends wearing a lot of sunscreen, about a shot glass full, and also wearing sunglasses and a hat when spending time outside. He also says that if you use it correctly, SPF 30 works just as well as SPF 100.

  • Fight Ready MMA camp for kids

    Fight Ready MMA is offering a mixed martial arts summer camp for kids that starts May 29 and goes to August 5. The camp offers flexible options for kids to come for the whole time or just one week, whatever fits best with your schedule. They are located off Loop 101 and Shea. For more information go to fightready.com 

  • Garden Guy talks about hot weather gardening

    Garden Guy Dave Owens talks about the importance of shade for your plants in hot weather.

  • Runway right of way: Inside the air traffic control tower

    From inside the air traffic control tower at Luke, this is where you get a birds-eye view of all the flight activity that takes place on base. Here, they'll monitor air traffic in a 40 to 60 mile area around Luke AFB, to safely integrate military aircraft with civilian aircraft sharing the same airspace. For more info: Luke Airforce Base http://www.luke.af.mil/  

  • Military bombing range is home to ancient artifacts

     One of the biggest training bases in the country takes live fire and bombing exercises at the Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range in southern Arizona, in the heart of the Sonoran Desert. A portion of the range, which is bigger than the state of Connecticut, lies next to the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge and the Sonoran Desert National Monument, which is scattered with ancient artifacts.
     

  • Food Vision feeds hundreds of Arizona's homeless

     Feeding over 700 people is an enormous task and a milestone for the CASS homeless shelter and the Human Services Campus in Phoenix. Every Friday an organization volunteers to feed the homeless for a Friday BBQ.  This week, celebrity chef Chef Ron Young of Food Vision Meals is tackling the challenge. For more info: CASSAZ.org 
     

  • Kindergarten Corner: Luke Elementary School (Part 2)

     School is almost out for the summer and this week Good Morning Arizona is visiting with kindergarten students all over the Valley. For the final part of our Kindergarten Corner series, Kylee Cruz stops by Luke Elementary School!

  • Kindergarten Corner: Luke Elementary School (Part 1)

     All this week Good Morning Arizona has visited kindergarten classrooms all across the Valley. Kylee Cruz heads to Luke Elementary for the final day of our Kindergarten Corner series!
     

  • Life of a warrior: Are you combat ready and "Fit to Fight"?

     Luke Air Force Base is known for training F-35 and F-16 pilots, but the base is also responsible for training airmen to be combat ready and "fit to fight." Do you have what it takes? We put their training to the test and see how well we do in the life of a warrior. For more info: LukeAirforceBase 

  • Meet the F-35 Heritage Flight Team

     If you've ever wondered who the guys are behind the airshows kids and families love so much, it's the Heritage Flight Team. And, this year, the F-35 Lightning II is part of the heritage program. We learn more about this popular flying program that honors the men and women who are serving in the USAF. For more info: LukeAirforceBase/HeritageFlight

  • The biggest & baddest fire truck in Arizona lives at Luke

    The biggest baddest fire truck in Arizona can be found on Luke AFB. Fire Station 362, wjhich is located right on base not only responds on base, but they also respond off base within a five-mile radius outside of Luke AFB. This team has teamed up with Glendale Fire to provide emergency services, and advanced life support to the area. For more info: LukeAirforceBase

  • Luke AFB's first aid medical mannequins save lives

     If you've ever wondered what it takes to train medical airmen, we get a rare view from inside Luke AFB's Medical Simulation Lab, where airmen train for level 1 trauma and emergencies. For instance, the patients here are dummies with gunshot wounds in simulated stressful conditions to prepare airmen for real-life combat and humanitarian missions. For more info: LukeAirforceBase 
     

  • Runway right of way: Inside the air traffic control tower

     From inside the air traffic control tower at Luke, this is where you get a birds-eye view of all the flight activity that takes place on base. Here, they'll monitor air traffic in a 40 to 60 mile area around Luke AFB, to safely integrate military aircraft with civilian aircraft sharing the same airspace. For more info: LukeAirforceBase 

  • Luke's "Top Dogs" fly under the radar

    They're known as the "Top Dogs," the 61st Fighter Squadron who train pilots to fly the F-16 and the F-35 Lightning II stealth fighter jet. Luke Air Force Base is the permanent base for these jets, which can reach Mach 1.6, or about 1,200 miles per hour.  We find out what it takes to fly under the radar with this team. For more info: LukeAirforceBase

  • Behind the roaring engines: The largest crew in the Air Force

    The largest crew in the Air Force is the 56th Maintenance Group, the warriors who keep the jet engines roaring. Operating on an annual budget of $161 million, 2,200 members maintain jets valued at more than $5 billion, with the mission of keeping some 350 pilots safe. For more info: LukeAirforceBase

  • Sharp dresser or fast dresser: Can Scott Pasmore be warfare ready in 90 seconds

     There are so many departments at Luke, from the pilots and the maintenance crews to the bomb squad and military working dog teams, that it goes on and on. But, someone has to keep these guys & gals dressed in proper gear and equipment. This team is called The 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS), an award-winning group that excels at "readiness." And, they tell us it only takes trained airmen 90 seconds to put on all that chem gear from head-to-toe.

  • Honoring Luke AFB Honor Guard Team

     It's one of the best honor guard teams in the nation, Luke's Honor Guard spends hours training on rifle movements and flag folding, to be the best at military funeral honors. This team shows pride, selflessness, and dedication on and off duty, and we learn what it takes to cover some 52,0000 sq miles and perform over 1,000 details a year. For more info: LukeAirforceBase

  • Blowing off steam Luke Air Force style

    Where do airmen blow off steam? They go to the newly opened Community Commons on base. The newly renovated rec room opened about six months ago to provide airmen a lounge, ping pong, air hockey, video games and more, as a place to unwind and relax during off hours. For more info: LukeAirforceBase and https://www.facebook.com/LukeEvents/
     

  • "Reveille" wakes up Luke AFB

     The playing of Reveille, which takes place each day, keeps Luke Air Force Base steeped in tradition.

  • The Bomb Squad: Luke's weapons warriors are masters of the big bang

     At Luke Air Force Base, the "bomb squad" is known as Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), and this group is one of the most complex units in the Air Force. We learn how this group becomes skilled in construction, deployment, disarmament, and disposal of high explosives. For more info: LukeAirforceBase

  • Parachute packers: A pilots safety net

    Luke Air Force Base, which is a pilot training base, sees a new batch of students every couple of months. And, one of the most important functions on the base, is the maintenance and repair of pilot equipment. That's the work of the 56th Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment Airmen (AFE). We join the class and learn parachute essentials with flight equipment airmen. For more info: LukeAirforceBase

  • Luke AFB is full force: Meet the Marine, Navy & Air Force reserves

    Many don't realize, but about 350 U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve Marines call Luke AFB home. It's a way to strengthen an already close relationship between the Marine Corps Reserve and the 56th Fighter Wing. The U.S. Navy and The 944 Fighter Wing Air Force Reserve, where we have been stationed all morning, also call Luke AFB home. For more info: LukeAirforceBase

  • Fighter pilot couple reveals the secrets of a successful marriage

    It's the little things at Luke Air Force Base that make it so special. Right in the heart of the base, you'll find an airpark dedicated to the men and women who have served Luke and the heritage of freedom they've imparted to our nation. You'll also find a little white chapel, an iconic location that serves the airmen on base.  

  • Super Dogs: The combat ready K-9's at Luke Air Force Base

     While most dogs are viewed as pets, at Luke Air Force Base, the Military Working Dogs are viewed more as partners. We go behind the scenes with this K-9 unit to learn how these dogs are trained in drug detection and explosive devices, with the ultimate mission of saving the lives of other deployed members. For more info: LukeAirforceBase  

     
     

  • Air Force celebrates 70th birthday

     Just days ahead of Memorial Day, our 3TV Field Trip Friday takes us to Luke Air Force Base, in Glendale, where they train the world's greatest, for a behind-the-scenes peek into the life of airmen, F-35 and F-16 pilots and mission-ready warfighters. This year also marks the U.S. Air Force's 70th birthday, which is being celebrated nationwide all year. For more info: LukeAirforceBase http://www.luke.af.mil/

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    Javier Soto's dream job? Rapper

    Making that dream a reality, however, was going to require a lot of work, but you're going to love the result!

  • AZ Restaurant Week Starts Friday

    Arizona Restaurant Week kicks off this Friday and runs through next weekend. Jaime gets a sneak peak at Prado at the Omni Resort & Spa at Montelucia. Visit www.arizonarestaurantweek.com for more info.

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    Jaime's Local Love: Bunky Boutique at the Airport!

    Rachel Malloy moved to downtown Phoenix 12 years ago. She wanted a cool, local and hip place to shop. When she couldn't find one, she decided to create one! 

  • Garden Guy: fertilizing your garden (part 2)

    Garden Guy, Dave Owens, talked about fertilizing your garden and what you can use to keep things growing.

  • Kindergarten Corner: Navarrete Elementary (Part 2)

     From Peoria to Chandler, Good Morning Arizona is hitting the road this week visiting kindergarten classes all across the Valley. Kylee Cruz stops by Navarrete Elementary in Chandler to see what these youngsters have learned over the last year!

  • SEA LIFE Aquarium opens new exhibit showcasing the Colorado River

    SEA LIFE Arizona Aquarium gives kids and families a close-up look at countless creatures from the world's oceans and seas, and it's about to take guests on an unforgettable journey along a body of water a bit closer to home: The Colorado River.  For more info check out: https://www.visitsealife.com/arizona/ 

  • Kindergarten Corner: Navarrete Elementary (part 1)

     As the school year comes to a close, Good Morning Arizona is paying a visit to schools all across town this week to see what our Valley's youngest students have learned. Kylee Cruz visits Navarrete Elementary in Chandler!
     

  • At the movies: "Alien: Covenant"

    Tara talks with the cast of the newest "Alien" movie, "Alien: Covenant".

  • Garden Guy: Fertilizing your garden

    Garden Guy, Dave Owens, takes a look at what you need to fertilize your garden.

  • NFL quarterback Drew Brees announces the launch of The Heat Factor

     Drew Brees is helping to launch The Heat Factor, an educational program designed to raise EHS awareness, particularly among parents and coaches, and encourage communities to be prepared for an EHS emergency. For more information check out: www.theheatfactor.com

  • SEA LIFE Arizona is opening a nearly $1 million exhibit

    The new expansion at the aquarium opens Friday and is called the Colorado River Adventure. For more info: https://www.visitsealife.com/arizona/

  • Kindergarten Corner: Peoria Traditional School (Part 2)

    Kindergarten is much more than learning ABCs and 123s. It helps to lay the foundation of a child's education and teaches them skills they will use for a lifetime. Kylee Cruz checks in with the kindergartners at Peoria Traditional School!

  • Scott's Dream Job of being a professional golfer

    Scott gets tips on how to be a professional golfer from PGA TOUR Champions golfer Kirk Triplett.

  • An evening with Rodgers and Hammerstein

    Rodgers and Hammerstein's timeless music springs to life in an original production created by the Phoenix Symphony and Phoenix Theater. A full orchestra accompanies actors in semi-staged review of hits from "The Sound of Music," "South Pacific," "The King and I," and more.  Visit tickets.phoenixsymphony.org for tickets.

  • Arizona Restaurant Week starts Friday!

    Arizona Restaurant Week starts this Friday and runs through May 28th. We've got a "sneak peak" from one of the participating restaurants, Char Kitchen + Bar. It's your chance to dine at Valley restaurants and taste their multi-course meals for a fixed price. Visit .arizonarestaurantweek.com for a list of all participating restaurants.

  • Kindergarten Corner: Peoria Traditional School (part 1)

     Going to kindergarten is an important step for any child! As the school year comes to a close, Kylee Cruz pays a visit to Peoria Traditional School to see what these kinder students have learned over the last nine months.
     

  • Olivia's dream job as a food writer

    Olivia tried her hand at being a food writer.  

  • Wildlife World Zoo: Baby King Vulture

     Meet Peyton the baby king vulture from Wildlife World Zoo! 
     

  • How to land your dream job

     In our "Dream Jobs" series this week, we're talking to Vincent Benjamin recruiting to find out how to get noticed and what to do when you do land that interview - and the best advice for changing careers. Visit vincentbenjamin.com for more info.
     

  • Making the work transition easier for veterans

    Dr. Vernet A. Joseph, founder of Live To Produce Enterprises talked about helping veterans transition from military to the working world. He will be speaking at the Productive Business Summit. Check: www.entrepreneursaz.com/summit/ for more info.

  • Dream Jobs: April's dream job as a backup singer (part 1)

    April got a chance to be a backup singer to Laydee Jai at Char's has the Blues. And here's Part 2!

  • Ranking the best dine-in movie theaters

    Phoenix Magazine went to every dine-in movie theater in the Valley and found the best way to escape from the summer heat. Visit www.PhoenixMag.com for more info.

  • Leftover Oatmeal Cookie Recipes

    Valley food blogger Joanie Simon loves to make oatmeal in the mornings for her family. She usually ends up with a ton of leftovers, so she developed a delicious cookie recipe to use it all up. Visit www.JoanieSimon.com for more info.

  • Dream Job: April Becomes a Backup Singer and Dancer (Part 2)

    April always dreamed of being a backup singer and dancer! See April attempt to fulfill that dream in this second part. Stay tuned all week to see the GMAZ family try to achieve their dream jobs.

  • Valley Bus Drivers Donate Books For Kids

    Some Arizona kids will get to go home with some free books today. Javier Soto talks to a Jermaine Bethea, a valley bus driver, who donated over 600 books with the help of others. 

  • Vintage store in Mesa offers trendy chalk art class

    The design and DIY experts at Old Brick House Vintage Market takes class members from start to finish, creating a chalkboard art that will stand the test of time. Classes are around two hours long and cost $60. Limited space remains. For more info, visit www.facebook.com/oldbrickhouse/

  • Kindergarten Corner: Madison Rose Lane Elementary School (Part 2)

    Do you remember what you learned in kindergarten? Good Morning Arizona is stopping by kinder classrooms all across town to check in our Valley's pint-sized learners. Kylee Cruz takes us inside a kindergarten class at Madison Rose Lane Elementary School!

  • Organization offers cancer survivors' families vacation to AZ

     Little Pink Houses of Hope is a non-profit organization that provides complimentary week-long vacations and activities for surviving cancer patients is moving to the Valley. This week, 11 local cancer patients and their families will experience a gifted expense free week of activities such as a Mother's Day Tea, a canoe, and cruise ride on Saguaro Lake, an Arizona Diamondbacks game, an adult night out, a family photography session and more! 

  • Kindergarten Corner: Madison Rose Lane Elementary School (Part 1)

     School is almost out for the summer and this week we're visiting kindergarten classrooms all across the Valley for our special series called Kindergarten Corner. Kylee Cruz takes us to Madison Rose Lane Elementary School in Phoenix

  • Skillet polenta pizza

     Valley food blogger Joanie Simon created this recipe with the ingredients from her favorite Arizona products. The Kitchen Kit can be purchased online at biteboxaz.squarespace.com. Also, visit JoanieSimon.com for more recipes.
     

  • Mesa vintage store hits the decorating trend

     Making old things new is the latest design trend and Old Brick House Market brings that to Mesa. We get a peek inside to see what they offer, and where and when you can get it! It's a must see for families looking to update their home and make it look old.

  • Help your teen find a summer job

     Gregg Murset, the CEO of BusyKid.com, says there is a decline in teen summer jobs because of fewer entry-level jobs available. He tells us how to help your child develop those crucial skills early on to set them up for success later on.
     

  • Women, live your best life at any age

    Birth control, mammograms, menopause. It's Women's Health Week and Dr. Angela DeRosa tells us how to live your best and healthiest life through every decade.

  • Dream Jobs: Finding your passion

    Kicking off our "Dream Jobs" series, we talk to author and leadership expert Patrick Antrim, who tells us how to find your passion and develop it into a career. Visit www.PatrickAntrim.com for more info on his new book.

  • Season subscriptions selling fast for 'Hamilton' at ASU Gammage

    Tickets for the ASU Gammage 2017-2018 Broadway season subscriptions wenton saleMonday, May 15th at 10 a.m. Check out the full story here: http://bit.ly/2rjlMBE

  • Dream Jobs- Tess Becomes a Vet (Part 2)

    Tess Rafols always dreamed of being a vet and helping animals. Today, she got to visit a clinic and live out her dream. Stay tuned for dream jobs all week long!

  • Dream Jobs- Tess Becomes a Vet (Part 1)

    Tess Rafols always wanted to be a veterinarian. Today, she gets to be one, as she visits a clinic and shows us what it's like to be a vet. Stay tuned for dream jobs all week long.

  • Kindergarten Corner: Rover Elementary (part 2)

    The countdown to summer is on for kids all across the Valley. As the school year comes to a close, Kylee Cruz visits a group of kindergarteners at Rover Elementary in Tempe to see how the year went!
     

  • Recharge your sex life

     Couples' counselor Jane Fendelman says the number one issue she treats is how sex changes in relationships as time goes on. For more info on Jane and her couples' retreats visit http://www.janefendelman.com/.


     

     

     
     

  • Kindergarten Corner: Rover Elementary (part 1)

     As the school year comes to a close, Good Morning Arizona visits two kindergarten classes in Tempe to check in with the young learners about their school year. Kylee Cruz takes us inside Rover Elementary!
     

  • Body sculpting classes for women taught by former UA running back

     It's Motivational Monday! Reggie McGill is a former University of Arizona running back. He also spent time with the San Diego Chargers and Detroit Lions. In addition to working with athletes, from youth to elite and pro, Reggie teaches body sculpting classes for women. They work on both the upper and lower body. For more info: www.extremespeedtraining.com
     

  • Finding your dream job: Follow-up to Gina's dream job

    Dr. Thompson from Central Phoenix Obstetrics and Gynecology talked about getting into the medical profession.

  • Dream Jobs: Gina's Dream Job delivering babies

    Gina's got to do her dream job as an OBGYN delivering babies. Gina shadowed Dr. Thompson as one of her patients got ready to give birth.

  • GRID Bike Share program expands with Tempe launch

    The Valley’s regional bike share system just got bigger with the official launch of the City of Tempe’s GRID Bike Share program. See full story here http://bit.ly/2qn6VX2.

  • Getting your beach wardrobe ready

    Temperatures will soon be so hot in the Valley you'll be heading west for the beach. Val Lodato shows what to wear and bring to the beach. (Saturday, May 13, 2017)

  • Some of the best places to cool off in the summer

    Summer in the Arizona is the time to have a vacation in a cooler spot. Staci Lichterman from Pop Culture Travel has a few ideas in the U.S. and north of the border. (Saturday, May 13, 2017)

  • Phoenix Mercury starts season on Sunday

    The Phoenix Mercury look to improve on a solid 2016 and they host the Dallas Wings at Talking Stick Resort Arena on Sunday. (Saturday, May 13, 2017)

  • How to avoid trouble on the road this summer

    Triple-A gives us tips on how to avoid car trouble while out on a summer road trip and what to have just in case the car does break down. (Saturday, May 13, 2017)

  • Garden Guy explains what to plant in your garden

    Dave the Garden Guy goes over what gardeners should start planting now and how to do it. (Saturday, May 13, 2017)

  • Reach your summer goals with 28 Day Challenge

    Swimsuit season is just around the corner and Iron Girlz shows us how to reach your fitness goals with the 28 Day Challenge. (Saturday, May 13, 2017)

  • Chef Dad makes chocolate mousse for Mother's Day

    Chef Dad makes a simple chocolate mousse for Mother's Day.

  • Sunday Sweetheart pet with the Arizona Humane Society

    Gibbs is a 2-year-old Maine coon who was rescued from a storm drain by the Arizona Humane Society. He is still recovering but he should be ready for adoption in about two weeks. If you are interested in adopting Gibbs you can put your name in for him with the Humane Society by calling them at 602-997-7585.

  • Dr. Art Mollen

    Dr. Art Mollen demonstrates how to save a life

  • Arizona Helping Hands

    Arizona Helping Hands talks about Foster Care Awareness Month on Mother's Day. To donate or get involved, visit their website: www.azhelpinghands.org 

  • Desert Rock Winery makes hard cider and wine slushies

    Paul Hoffman from Desert Rock Winery talks about the winery's latest endeavors: hard cider and wine slushies, perfect for summer! Check out their website for tap room times and more: www.desertrockin.com

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    Mexican Bean Salad

    Mexican Bean Salad

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    A zesty Mexican four-bean salad with a bright lime dressing paired with creamy avocado, this heart-healthy dish is easy to make, filling and delicious!

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    A zesty Mexican four-bean salad with a bright lime dressing paired with creamy avocado, this heart-healthy dish is easy to make, filling and delicious!

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  • RECIPE: Strawberry Tabbouleh from Duncan Family Farms

    RECIPE: Strawberry Tabbouleh from Duncan Family Farms

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    Tabbouleh is a bulgar salad that is normally made with tomatoes, green onions and cucumber. It's usually seasoned, as t is here, with fresh mint and lemon juice. In this variation, we've replaced the tomatoes with organic strawberries and pomegranate seeds.

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    Tabbouleh is a bulgar salad that is normally made with tomatoes, green onions and cucumber. It's usually seasoned, as t is here, with fresh mint and lemon juice. In this variation, we've replaced the tomatoes with organic strawberries and pomegranate seeds.

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  • RECIPE: One-skillet Lemon Chicken

    RECIPE: One-skillet Lemon Chicken

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    This one-skillet dish handles both the main course, but also a side since it's made with potatoes. Fresh herbs like thyme give this dish a beautiful fresh taste. Using cast iron means you can both on the stovetop and in the oven, according to food photographer and recipe developer Joanie Simon.

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    This one-skillet dish handles both the main course, but also a side since it's made with potatoes. Fresh herbs like thyme give this dish a beautiful fresh taste. Using cast iron means you can both on the stovetop and in the oven, according to food photographer and recipe developer Joanie Simon.

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  • Surprise Squad!


  • The Arizona’s Family Surprise Squad makes their way around town helping make the day a little brighter for some lucky 3TV viewers. You never know where the Squad may show up or what they'll be doing when they get there.

    Check out our amazing Surprise Squad stories!

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  • Monday, May 22

    Monday, May 22

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    National NHTSA campaign: "Click It or Ticket" runs from May 22 to June 4th.  Tickets will be issued for motorists not wearing their seat belts.   Two targets:  1.    Tween passengers, 8-14 years old, don't like to buckle up. "Life as a parent is full of compromises, but seat belt safety for my child is not up for negotiation."  Over the past 5 years, 1,552 kids between the ages of 8 and 14 died in car, SUV and van cr...

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    National NHTSA campaign: "Click It or Ticket" runs from May 22 to June 4th.  Tickets will be issued for motorists not wearing their seat belts.   Two targets:  1.    Tween passengers, 8-14 years old, don't like to buckle up. "Life as a parent is full of compromises, but seat belt safety for my child is not up for negotiation."  Over the past 5 years, 1,552 kids between the ages of 8 and 14 died in car, SUV and van cr...

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  • Friday, May 19

    Friday, May 19

    Friday, May 19 2017 11:49 AM EDT2017-05-19 15:49:27 GMT

    Field Trip Friday: Luke Airforce Base Air Force celebrates 70th birthday  Just days ahead of Memorial Day, our 3TV Field Trip Friday takes us to Luke Air Force Base, in Glendale, where they train the world's greatest, for a behind-the-scenes peak into the life of airmen, F-35 and F-16 pilots and mission-ready warfighters. This year also marks the U.S. Air Force's 70th birthday, which is being celebrated nationwide all year.  For more information, visit:  http://www.l...

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    Field Trip Friday: Luke Airforce Base Air Force celebrates 70th birthday  Just days ahead of Memorial Day, our 3TV Field Trip Friday takes us to Luke Air Force Base, in Glendale, where they train the world's greatest, for a behind-the-scenes peak into the life of airmen, F-35 and F-16 pilots and mission-ready warfighters. This year also marks the U.S. Air Force's 70th birthday, which is being celebrated nationwide all year.  For more information, visit:  http://www.l...

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  • Thursday, May 18

    Thursday, May 18

    Thursday, May 18 2017 11:47 AM EDT2017-05-18 15:47:02 GMT

    Humana Hosting Job Fair; Looking to Hire 110 in Phoenix Humana Inc. one of the country's leading health and well-being companies, today announced plans to add 110 Telesales Specialists to its Direct Marketing Services (DMS) Telesales workforce in Phoenix.    The jobs will support Humana's Direct Marketing Services (DMS) call center at 2231 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, conveniently located in the Biltmore. The company is hosting a two-day Job Fair at the DMS call center on: T...

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    Humana Hosting Job Fair; Looking to Hire 110 in Phoenix Humana Inc. one of the country's leading health and well-being companies, today announced plans to add 110 Telesales Specialists to its Direct Marketing Services (DMS) Telesales workforce in Phoenix.    The jobs will support Humana's Direct Marketing Services (DMS) call center at 2231 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, conveniently located in the Biltmore. The company is hosting a two-day Job Fair at the DMS call center on: T...

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