• Arizona's Family holiday recipe book - Table of contents

    From soups to side dishes, appetizers to desserts and, of course, a drink or two, check out these fantastic holiday recipes -- from our family to yours!

  • Jaime Cerreta's fav dish kicks off 3TV's holiday recipe page

    We all have our favorite dish we like to nosh on, especially around the holiday's. Our Jaime Cerreta's fav is something called, "Egg Thing!" We can't wait to learn this Cerreta family recipe, as we kick off this year's 3TV holiday recipe page, which is live now on AZFamily.com.  For me info visit the Holiday Recipe Page.

  • 'Wonder' fans get pampered at a Scottsdale salon

    Eight patients from Barrow Cleft and Craniofacial Center who were born with similar conditions as the main character in the new movie 'Wonder' are getting pampered at a Scottsdale salon. Kylee Cruz takes us to XanderLyn Salon as these fans get the ultimate Hollywood treatment!

  • Do's and Don'ts for Fido this Thanksgiving

    While experts say you shouldn’t feed your pets from the table anyway, it’s especially important not to feed them certain table scraps from your Thanksgiving meal. We're with Puff & Fluff Grooming and Pet Sitting to go over all the do's and don'ts for the holiday. For more info: PuffandFluffSpa.com

  • Goodguys Car Show begins today at WestWorld (Part 2)

    Beginning today, and through the weekend, you can enjoy acres of gleaming vintage vehicles at The Goodguys 20th Southwest Nationals Car Show at Westworld. It's is a giant outdoor “cool cars, cool people and good times” event featuring over 3,000 hot rods, custom cars, classics, muscle cars and trucks through 1972 vintage. For tickets and details: Good-guys.com

  • Goodguys Car Show begins today at WestWorld

    Beginning today, and through the weekend, you can enjoy acres of gleaming vintage vehicles at The Goodguys 20th Southwest Nationals Car Show at Westworld. In addition, the event also features exhibits, a swap meet, cars for sale and more. For tickets and details: Good-guys.com  

  • North Pole Experience opens today (part 3)

    Tis' the season to delight in the magic of the holiday's. and if you have little ones, there's no better place to do that, than at Santa’s enchanting, 400-year-old workshop in the North Pole. We head up North for the North pole Experience which opens today. For more info: NorthPoleExperience.com

  • Tara at the Movies: Will Superman rise for the new Justice League movie

    What’s “Justice League” without Superman? Will he rise and make an appearance? The folks behind the film and the stars are being very tight lipped about whether we’ll see Henry Cavill in the new movie. Tara Hitchcock did her best to find out.

  • North Pole Experience opens today (part 2)

    Tis' the season to delight in the magic of the holiday's. and if you have little ones, there's no better place to do that, than at Santa’s enchanting, 400-year-old workshop in the North Pole. We head up North for the North pole Experience which opens today. For more info: NorthPoleExperience.com

  • North Pole Experience opens today (part 4)

    Tis' the season to delight in the magic of the holiday's. and if you have little ones, there's no better place to do that, than at Santa’s enchanting, 400-year-old workshop in the North Pole. We head up North for the North pole Experience which opens today. For more info: NorthPoleExperience.com

  • Mediums James Van Praagh and Melinda Vail want to help you reconnect with a lost love

    If you have lost a loved one and want a chance to reconnect, World renown mediums Melinda Vail and James Van Praagh want to help you. For an Evening of Spirit, you can join them from 7:00-9:00PM, Friday, November 17, at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at the Montelucia.

  • Outlets at Anthem host state's largest fresh-cut tree lighting

    The free concert and tree lighting event has been synonymous with the beginning of the holiday season for 16 consecutive years. In addition to shopping, food and fun, Santa will be on site for the fantastic spectacle along with our own Javier Soto who will be emceeing the big night. For more info: OutletsatAnthem.com

  • North Pole Experience opens today (part 1)

    Tis' the season to delight in the magic of the holiday's. and if you have little ones, there's no better place to do that, than at Santa’s enchanting, 400-year-old workshop in the North Pole. We head up North for the North pole Experience which opens today. For more info: NorthPoleExperience.com 

  • Lights of the World brightens Downtown Phoenix

    The largest light and lantern festival in North America brightens the Downtown Phoenix skies November 16 through January 2 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. Combining the age-old Chinese tradition of lanterns with cutting-edge technology and lights, The Lights of the World will showcase different cultures and civilizations from around the globe. For more info: LightsoftheWorldUS.com

  • Latest developments on Mesa PD shooting case

    The trial in the murder case against ex-Mesa Officer Philip "Mitch" Brailsford will be going on break through Thanksgiving. But the trial, which is expected to last 2 weeks, is also expecting to see some 20 witness testimony. For the latest developments we talk with Criminal Defense Attorney Jason Lamm.

  • English teacher awarded Silver Apple

    Ms. Reed was nominated by one of her students who looks forward to class everyday because of her.

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    Jaime's Local Love: Lucky Air Plant

    Lucky Air Plant + Crystals is a new company born from a love of air plants! Creator Marci McDonald bought a few of them and thought they were the cutest little things. She always wanted to do a business with crystals and the plant/crystal combo seemed to work.

  • Bill Bellamy performing at Stand Up Live

    You probably first heard his name in the MTV VJ days. Recently, Bellamy has guest-starred on USA’s WHITE COLLAR and appeared on several episodes of Tyler Perry’s MEET THE BROWNS on TBS. Catch him Thursday through Sunday. Visit Phoenix.StandUpLive.com for more info.

  • Garden Guy:How to keep your trees healthy (part 2)

    It isn't just your health you need to worry about, your trees can get sick too. We talk to the garden guy about a bug that is infesting trees. The immune systems of tree’s, which are kept in a stable, stress-free, condition are usually able to resist the infestation of insects and microbes. But, there are simple, all organic, ways in which you may maintain the health of your trees. 

  • Over 200 artifacts featured in new Pompeii exhibit

    It might be one of the most significant exhibits to be featured at the Arizona Science Center, and it will open this Saturday, Nov. 18. "Pompeii: The Exhibition" is a blockbuster show running through May 28, and brings to life the ill-fated Italian city that was devastated in 79 A.D. by the explosion of Mount Vesuvius.For more info: www.azscience.org

  • At the Movies: "Justice League" opens in theatres

    Who's going to save the world now that Superman is dead? Yeah, in case you missed "Batman v Superman" a few years ago, that's what happens at the very end of the film. Enter Batman and Wonder Woman, who recruit a team of superheroes in "Justice League". Tara Hitchcock headed to London to sit down with the cast.  


     

  • See the lights and spread Holiday cheer with free movies at Pollack Cinemas

    Once again, the most magical time of the year is upon us. Watch the magic of the holidays come to life on November 16th when more than a half a million holiday lights illuminate Pollack Tempe Cinemas Shopping Center home to Pollack Tempe Cinemas located on the corner of McClintock and Elliot Roads in Tempe. If you can’t make it out on November 16th to the opening lighting ceremony, no need to fret. The holiday lights will be up all season until Sunday, Jan. 7th, 2018.

  • Exercise cramming can be good for you

    Only 1 in 3 adults get the CDC’s recommended amount of exercise each week, as most Americans are pressed for time making a living sitting five days week. But there is some encouraging news! A recent study from JAMA finds the irregular exercise routine kept by weekend fitness enthusiasts might still reap health benefits similar to a more ideal daily exercise schedule.
  • Annual Holiday Bake Sale for a good cause

    With Thanksgiving just one week away, the Culinary Arts and Commercial Baking programs at the East Valley Institute of Technology are getting ready for their annual holiday bake sale. All proceeds will support EVIT’s culinary and baking programs. Orders can be placed by phone at (480) 461-4132, by email at bakery@evit.com, or online at https://squareup.com/store/evit-bakery
  • At the movies: "Wonder"

    Tara Hitchcock talked with the cast of the new movie, "Wonder".

  • Garden Guy:Sick tree treatment (part 1)

    It isn't just your health you need to worry about, your trees can get sick too. We talk to the garden guy about a bug that is infesting trees. The immune systems of tree’s, which are kept in a stable, stress-free, condition are usually able to resist the infestation of insects and microbes. But, there are simple, all organic, ways in which you may maintain the health of your trees.

  • How to be your own #1 fan

    We can all be our own worst critique. But how do you silence those negative thoughts and become your own #1 fan? We talk to Author and Confidence Coach Kathryn Orford, who's new book is the subject of a new Hollywood release called "Butterfly Caught." For more information on the book, to view online courses visit: BecomeYourNumberOneFan.com

  • Students re-create Gettysburg battle

    Students from Desert Shadows Middle School were getting ready to participate in the all day event.

  • PGA Jr. League Champtionship in Scottsdale

    More than 75 junior golfers under the age of 13 will compete at Grayhawk Golf Club Thursday, Nov. 16 through Sunday the 19th during the junior golf national championship. The eight teams are divided into two divisions and play each other in a series of round-robin, nine-hole matches, utilizing a two-person, scramble format.

  • Dr. Redcross warns about flu season in US

    If Australia is any predictor of what could happen in the America this year, Dr. Ken Redcross says we better prepare for flu season like we would a wildfire or a hurricane. Before you get hit with one of these common fall and winter health ailments: cold, flu or winter sore throats, he will share with your audience how to tell the difference between the symptoms, when you should see a doctor and what three seasonal solutions for each ailment can help you prepare.

  • World Vegan Month: Adding veggies to your diet with Grabbagreen

    It would be hard to make an unhealthy decision at Grabbagreen. And, now for World Vegan Month, it might be a good time to add more veggies to your diet plan. We sent Javier Soto to taste-test some of their menu items, and see if they can turn his taste-buds to the green-side. For more info: GrabbaGreen.com

  • Do-It-Herself: Building a stocking hanger box

    Add to your holiday decor and learn how to build a stocking hanger box. Home Depot will show you how to cut, stain and assemble a stocking hanger box that will adorn your mantel and display your family's stockings. For more information, contact your local Home Depot store.

  • Nationally syndicated radio host Rich Berra debuts new holiday children's book

    Rich Berra, nationally syndicated radio host of iHeart Media's Johnjay and Rich Show debuts The Tale of Christmas Steve, a hilarious and heartwarming holiday children's book. The whimsical story about a Christmas elf is a timely reminder that everyone has something unique to offer no matter the outside package.

  • Wildlife World Zoo: Savannah Monitor named Skittles

    "Skittles" is a Savannah Monitor found throughout most of Africa south of the Sahara. Adults eat large amounts of snails in addition to small mammals. For more info:  http://www.wildlifeworld.com/

  • How to hit the pause button on menopause and its annoying symptoms

    Dr. Prudence Hall, author of the new book Radiant Again & Forever joins us to expound on topics such as "hitting pause on menopause” and some of its more annoying symptoms of weight gain, loss of sleep, and lack or loss of sex drive. She also talks about some surprisingly simple solutions for getting your skinny, your sleep, and your sexy back. For more info: RadiantAgain.com

  • Basha High School celebrates students with yard signs

    Basha High School recently surprised 161 students who scored well on their Advanced Placement exams with signs in their front yards. Kylee Cruz tells us how the staff pulled it off!

  • New Even Stevens dedicated to Wallace & Ladmo

    Peoria’s very own Wallace and Ladmo of the favorite children’s show, “It’s Wallace”, which ran in Peoria from 1954-1989. This location will feature vintage artifacts from the show, complete with this hometown’s legendary Ladmo bags. A blend of vintage wallpaper, Peoria salvaged corrugated sheet metal and vintage chandeliers will complete the space.

  • AAWL Unleashed Holiday Bazaar

    This year, holiday shopping can be locally focused and help a homeless animal. The annual Unleashed Holiday Bazaar will take over the Montelucia resort in Scottsdale on Nov. 28 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event, which includes pictures with Santa, hot chocolate with cookies and a tree lighting is centrally focused on a “bazaar” of local vendors to inspire your holiday shopping list. To register for the event, visit aawl.org.

  • Kettle Heroes expands opening new artisan popcorn shop

    They're brothers who have a passion for popcorn and giving back. It's a story we told you about last year as we introduced you to a unique Valley food truck business. Now, this dynamic duo is expanding with a new brick and mortar shop. We head out to the new Kettle Heroes Artisan Popcorn in Tempe. For more info: KettleHeroes.com

  • Disney Pixar's "Coco" showcases the importance of family and following your dreams

    In Disney Pixar’s “Coco,” aspiring musician Miguel (voice of Anthony Gonzalez) teams up with charming trickster Héctor (voice of Gael García Bernal) on an extraordinary journey through the Land of the Dead. Co-Director Adrian Molina talked with Olivia about the new movie coming out at Thanksgiving.

  • Get ready for Phoenix Pizza Festival

    This event brings together great pizza makers and local businesses for an amazing day of cheesy awesomeness at Margaret T. Hance Park  in central Phoenix. The fest will feature live local bands, lawn games, local craft breweries, wine, dessert vendors, and a kid’s craft zone.  Tickets sell-out quickly, but you can get them online at: Phoenix.Pizza 

  • Butchers compete on ice

    When area meat-cutters hit the ice rink at Ice Den Chandler, they don’t need skates or hockey sticks to score. To prove they’re a cut above the competition, 13 professional meat-cutters from across Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Texas are competing on the ice in the first round of the Qualifier Meat Cutting Challenge. The winner of the national competition receives a grand prize of $20,000 and is crowned Meat Cutter of the Year.

  • Free classes for babies and preemies at Gymboree

    According to March of Dimes research, every year, one in ten babies are born prematurely. November is Prematurity Awareness Month and Gymboree Play & Music in Chandler is supporting the cause and creating awareness with two events this week to help babies and former preemies reach their milestones. We preview some of the fun activities you can expect tonight and this weekend. For more info email: chandleraz@gymboreeclasses.com

  • Now may be the best time to start a side hustle

    The holiday season is busy, it's that time that most people don't want to take on new projects, especially one as big as starting a home business or going out on their own as an independent entrepreneur. However, the holidays may be the best time to launch your venture.

  • Queen of Clean: Best ways to clean patio furniture

    Queen of Clean, Linda Cobb showed us some ways to clean different types of patio furniture.

  • Motivational Monday: Learning to "iLove Kickboxing" (part 2)

    Kickboxing is one of the most popular forms of exercise, and the sport is growing in popularity among women. For this Motivational Monday, we're getting motivated at iLove Kickboxing in Gilbert, and lerning how this workout can help keep your body fit and toned, especially as we head into the holiday binging season.

  • Motivational Monday: Learning to "iLove Kickboxing"

    Kickboxing is one of the most popular forms of exercise, and the sport is growing in popularity among women. For this Motivational Monday, we're getting motivated at iLove Kickboxing in Gilbert, and lerning how this workout can help keep your body fit and toned, especially as we head into the holiday binging season.

  • 'The Amazing Etch Man' etches a sketch in seconds

    Faster than a regular caricature artist, "The Amazing Etch Man" can etch a sketch within seconds. Discovering a pocket etch a sketch and his true talent in an LA coffee shop in 2002, Christoph Brown, who started Etch U Productions, has now been providing Etch A Sketch portrait keepsakes for people for over a decade. We put his skills to the test, and see how he does etching our 3TV news personality faces. 

  • RECIPE: PIEfection Pecan Pie

    The bird may take center stage for your Thanksgiving meal, but the show stopper is always the pie. 

  • Newest books in the a-hole series are released

    The newest books in the "a-hole" series are being released. “How Not to be An A-hole Girlfriend and lose your Boyfriend” and “How Not to be an A-hole Boyfriend and lose your Girlfriend” are Author Brian Ronalds 3rd and 4th installments in his series. They're cheeky books that contain some concrete advice for guys and gals. For more info: www.ThatBookSeries.com

  • Thanksgiving products that promote family time

    Gift giving is usually saved for Christmas, but for your Thanksgiving hostess, you might want to surprise them. With the help of Andrea Toch, we've rounded up some unique, fresh and off-the wall gift ideas that help promote family-time with the kids. For more info: www.turkeyonthetable.com and www.jenscoastalcreations.etsy.com

  • Joanna Gaines on the cover of Magnolia Journal

    Joanna Gaines says the Magnolia Journal is a labor of love for her. The newest issue hits the newsstands on November 14, 2017

  • Big changes announced for the Free Thanksgiving Breakfast

    Each year, thousands of families come out for the annual Free Thanksgiving Breakfast, but there's a big change this year we need to tell you about. It'll now be hosted at a new location, at the Food City on 7th Ave and Southern. We join the founder of the event, Julian Nabozny at Food City to learn more, and find out what you can expect this year.

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    Chandler man's cooking innovation, Poultry Mate, cooks Thanksgiving turkey faster

    Just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, a Chandler entrepreneur created a cooking mechanism that is proven to help you cook your bird faster.

  • How to prevent diabetes

    November is American Diabetes Month. Dr. Sharon Thompson offers tips on how to prevent this disease that impacts 1 in 10 Americans.

  • Fall soup recipes from U.S. Egg

    Americans eat more than ten billion bowls of soup each year! Soup season is here and U.S. Egg wants to share recipes from its new soup menu!  

  • Arizona Harvest Fest in Chandler

    Arizona Harvest Fest at AJ Park in downtown Chandler Sunday, Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. free admission

  • Home Depot Debbie: Easy DIY Thanksgiving decorations

    Home Depot Debbie gives us easy ideas for DIY Thanksgiving decorations

  • Car of the Week

    Wally Cahill gives us the Car of the Week: 2017 Volkswagon Tiguan 2.0T SE MSRP: $28,930

  • Quick trips to take with the family

    Stephanie Dowling talks about quick trips around Arizona to take with your family

  • Arizona Humane Society's Sunday Sweetheart

    Max is a 1-year-old pure bred German Shepard who loves to play and knows tricks. Max is great with older kids and has lots of energy and love to give. If you are interested in adopting Max, call the Arizona Humane Society at 602-997-7585. 

  • The Journal of Sedona Schnebly

    Lisa Schnebly-Heidinger talks about her latest book, The Journal of Sedona Schnebly

  • Dr. Art Mollen answers your medical questions

    Dr. Art Mollen answers your health and medical questions. Send your questions to askdrartmollen@gmail.com

  • Home Depot Debbie: Thanksgiving decorations

    Home Depot Debbie shows how to make easy Thanksgiving decorations

  • Fall soups from U.S. Egg

    Chef Mario Gebran from U.S. Egg shows us how to make a spicy chicken soup, perfect for fall! Full recipe: http://bit.ly/2ywnTFF

  • The Good Eat: Bistro on Wheels

    Bistro on Wheels will be at Live and Local, a benefit for the Boys and Girls Club of Scottsdale Sunday Nov. 12 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Desert Ridge Marketplace

  • Old Brick House Vintage Market

    Old Brick House Vintage Market has one of a kind things for all your holiday decorating needs!

  • AAA of AZ on flying with kids

    Michelle Donati of AAA of AZ talks about flying with kids

  • Fabulous Fall Fundraiser

    Chaparral High School is raising money for their theater program with the Fabulous Fall Fundraiser today, Nov. 11 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 11035 N. Scottsdale Road 

  • Phoenix Fan Fest

    Lisa Marie Veron of WWE will be at Phoenix Fan Fest on Saturday Nov. 11 and Sunday Nov. 12 starting at 10 a.m. at the Phoenix Convention Center

  • Garden Guy: Growing vegetables

    Garden Guy Dave Owens talks about growing vegetables in your garden.

  • Sedona Yoga Benefit

    Gretchen of Grateful Yogini talks about a yoga benefit in Sedona on Thursday Nov. 16 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Red Rock State Park. The event will benefit Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Gilbert. 

  • Wildlife World Zoo stops by with a whistling duck

    Wildlife World Zoo brings a baby whistling duck who sings a sweet tune!

  • Acupuncture for PTSD

    Veteran Dr. Constance Bradley talks about how acupuncture can help with PTSD

  • Scott Pasmore was a Sailor for a day

    In a unique "Good Morning Arizona" series, 3TV's Scott Pasmore became a Sailor for a few days got an inside look at what members of the Navy do while on the U.S.S. Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier. Click/tap here to download the free azfamily mobile app. Copyright 2017 KPHO/KTVK (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.
  • NASCAR fans help feed the hungry in Arizona

    Kylee Cruz visits the pop-up grocery store at PIR where all the proceeds go to benefit United Food Bank.

  • Freedom Forward Veteran festival gives away car to vet

    The two-day event honoring veterans connects service members to needed services. This year, they are giving away a car. There will be live music, vendors, food, games and more. Visit americonfreedomforward.org/events/ for more info.

  • Meet soldier-hero gifted with mobility at Cardinals game

    As part of the NFL’s “Salute To Service” campaign at last night's game, the Arizona Cardinals and The Independence Fund  honored soldier-hero, paralyzed veteran Sgt. (Ret.) Michael Brady with an all-terrain Actiontrack wheelchair at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. For more info: TheIndependenceFund.org  

  • Heros to Hometowns

    Heros to Hometown helps veterans transition to homelife. Javier was at the National Guard Armory where they are having a turkey drive. For more info:https://azheroestohometowns.org/

  • Free breakfast for Veterans

    There are all sorts of free and discounted offers for Veterans this weekend, you just have to know where to look and where to go. For a free breakfast, veterans can head over to The Place. That's where we find our Jaime Cerreta who tells us how veterans will get free food on Saturday at both locations, in DC Ranch and Glendale, by just showing their military ID. For more info: ThePlaceArizona.com

  • NASCAR races back to the Valley

    Kylee was out at PIR checking out the newly renovated suites there just in time for the race weekend. For more info:http://www.phoenixraceway.com

  • Traveling Vietnam Wall tribute comes to Buckeye

    Experience an emotional and touching tribute up close, and honor all who paid the ultimate price serving our country during the Vietnam War. The traveling Vietnam Wall is an 80 percent replica of the memorial in Washington, D.C, and will be featured in Buckeye through the weekend. It's the largest replica traveling wall, measuring 8 feet high and 360 feet long, with over 58,000 names. The Wall is set up at Earl Edgard Recreational Facility.

  • A Sailor for a Day: Meet Arizona Sailor Madison Brannen

    We conclude our series "on the high seas" this Friday morning with a look at Arizona Sailor Madison Brannen. Scott Pasmore met Madison when he spent 24-hours onboard the Harry S. Truman Aircraft Carrier out in the Atlantic. Madison is one of the youngest sailors and an example of a young, bright person with a ton of responsibilities. We were also blown away by how many sailors work below the flight deck, without seeing daylight for days.

  • Nation's top doctors link alcohol use to cancer

    We've always heard that red wine is good for your heart, but now doctors are saying not so fast. For the first time, the medical community is asking people to drink less alcohol in an unprecedented warning. The American Society of Clinical Oncology, which includes the nation's top cancer doctors, is citing several years of research that links alcohol, even as little as a glass of wine or beer a day, with cancer.

  • Can-Am 500 NASCAR race zooms into PIR this weekend

    NASCAR rolls into PIR for the Can-AM 500. Kylee talked with one of the drivers. For more info: http://www.phoenixraceway.com

  • A Sailor for a Day: Meet Arizona Sailor Destin Evans

    To finish out our week, for our "Sailor for a Day" series, we join one sailor who's enjoyed seeing the world. When we landed on the Harry S. Truman Aircraft Carrier, the ship had already been in the Atlantic for a couple of weeks training for potential warfare. It's the Navys version of training camp, or what they call two-a-days. For the some 5,000 sailors onboard, outside their hard work, dedication and sacrifice, its also a chance to see the world. 

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    3TV anchor Scott Pasmore discusses his Navy adventure

    3TV's Scott Pasmore talks about becoming a sailor for a few days and seeing what members of the Navy do while on the U.S.S. Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier.

  • Celebrating art and food at The Hermosa Inn

    Built originally as Lon Megargee’s home and art studio, The Hermosa Inn continues its artistic legacy with the introduction of Palette to Palate, three days of art classes created to awaken the senses, along with locally-inspired dishes from executive chef Jeremy Pacheco. Visit hermosainn.com for more info.

  • Winter Festival at Highland Yard Vintage (Part 2)

    This month’s theme is “Home for the Holidays,” featuring incredible displays of holiday décor, home furnishings and unique handmade items perfect for the gift-giving season. Visit highlandyardvintage.com for more info.

  • Comedian Adam Ray to perform 6 shows in the Valley

    Adam Ray most recently joined the cast of the newly rebooted MADtv for the CW and just wrapped production on The Joey Mac Project where he plays Joey Mac’s manager. He has written for Adam Devine's House Party, MTV's PUNK'D, and the upcoming reboot of Mystery Science Theater.

  • Tara at the Movies: Murder on the Orient Express in theatres Friday

    The original book came out in the 1930's. It's Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express," and it now hits the big screen this weekend starring an impressive list of actors. Tara headed to London to talk to most of them.

  • Master guitarist Esteban & electric violinist Teresa Joy

    See them at their performance on Friday, November 10th at the Tempe Center for the Arts. Visit estebanmusic.com for more info.
     

  • Free garden surprise for Middle School Science Teacher of the Year (part 2)

    She was honored with the Middle School Science Teacher of the Year award, and now she's receiving another surprise. We find Dave, the Garden Guy at Shea Middle school where he's building a surprise garden for a very deserving, 7th and 8th grade science teacher.

  • Scott presents $3,000 to Be Kind People Project

    Last week, our Scott Pasmore won the Valley for the Wells Fargo Fiesta Bowl Par-3 Challenge Anchor Shootout and earned $3,000 for the Be Kind People Project. They join us in studio to receive the check and talk about the rmission.
  • Spectrum Elementary School releases 750 balloons in observance of Veterans Day

    In observance of Veterans Day, a variety of activities are planned today and through the weekend, including this event in Gilbert at Spectrum Elementary School. After a brief ceremony to honor our valley Veterans, the students, teachers and staff will be releasing upwards of 750 red, white and blue balloons into the sky, as a way to remember the service and sacrifice of all members of our military.

  • Winter Festival at Highland Yard Vintage

    This month’s theme is “Home for the Holidays,” featuring incredible displays of holiday décor, home furnishings and unique handmade items perfect for the gift-giving season. Visit highlandyardvintage.com for more info.

  • Will Ferrell & Mark Wahlberg join GMAZ

    They're promoting their new movie, "Daddy's Home 2."

  • A Sailor for a Day: Meet Arizona Sailor Anthony Nomicos

    Every time an F-18 lands on board the Harry S. Truman Aircraft Carrier, there's an enormous amount of impact on the Hornets three tires. Which means, daily tire maintenence is crucial. That's where we meet Arizona Sailor Anthony Nomicos, who works in the tire and wheel shop, a place onboard that operates round the clock, 24/7.

  • Free garden surprise for Middle School Science Teacher of the Year

    She was honored with the Middle School Science Teacher of the Year award, and now she's receiving another surprise. We find Dave, the Garden Guy at Shea Middle school where he's building a surprise garden for a very deserving, 7th and 8th grade science teacher.

  • Avoid Holiday shopping scams per Arizona Attorney General

    The holiday season has enough stress without worrying about what scams unscrupulous con artists are cooking up. But, a little awareness can go a long way in making sure consumers’ holidays stay merry and bright this year. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich joins us with how to be safe shopping online, why you should watch for deliveries, and how to travel cautiously. For more info: AZAG.gov

  • A Sailor for a Day: Blowing off steam and staying in shape

    Our series "on the high seas" continues on this Thursday with life on the Harry S. Truman. And, after a long day of work, where do the sailors blow off steam and stay in shape? We check out one of the many gyms onboard, where the sailors are required to work out at least three times per week.

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    Jaime's Local Love: Gypsy Belle

    If you have some ladies of any age on your holiday list this year, you must stop by and see Jill Brenner at Gypsy Belle.

  • Jaime's Local Love: Gypsy Belle Clothing Boutique (Part 2)

    A mom follows her passion for fashion and opened Gypsy Belle Clothing Boutique  in east Mesa.

  • iFly Phoenix donates gifts of flight to Sunshine Acres Children's Home

    Full S.T.E.A.M. ahead! Today marks National S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. Day, a day meant to inspire kids to explore and pursue their interests in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. And today, iFly, a big supporter of S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. education, is donating a special field trip to 15 top performers at Sunshine Acres Children's Home. For more info: iFlyWorld.com

  • Former Navy SEAL delivers free "Victory Coffee" to veterans

    As a Former Navy SEAL and Platoon Commander, he says some of his best memories of being on the front lines where the quick coffee breaks in between. We meet up with Cade Courtley of Victory Coffees and show you how he brings that happy feeling to people everywhere. We catch up with him at the VA Hospital, where he tours each month and delivers free coffee to our veterans.

  • Mini Meteorologist: Matthew Bank

    Matthew loves Math and Science. He has learned a lot about Arizona's climate in school. He enjoys the weather here because he can play outdoors and engage in his favorite activities such as baseball, swimming, and hiking.

  • iFly Phoenix introduces new Flight School

    Most kids only dream of flying, but iFLY can make that dream a reality with their new after-school Flight program. And, just like soccer, football, baseball or basketball, the new sport of indoor skydiving is a way for children to develop teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline and leadership skills. For more info: iFlyWorld.com 

  • A Sailor for a Day: Meet Arizona Sailor Devin Keller

    It's one of the coolest jobs onboard the Harry S. Truman Aircraft Carrier, working on the avionics of helo's and jets. That's where we meet Arizona Sailor Devin Keller, who also handles crew morale, welfare, recreation, and all the fun and fitness a fellow deckmate could ask for.

  • Jaime's Local Love: Gypsy Belle Clothing Boutique

    A mom follows her passion for fashion and opened Gypsy Belle Clothing Boutique. It is located in east Mesa.

  • Free town hall discussion on issues our youth face

    Phoenix has seen an unprecedented number of suicides amongst our youth since the beginning of the school year. A free town hall at Christ Luthern School on Monday, Nov. 13th at 6:30 p.m. will assist parents in how they can help support their teens academically, socially, and emotionally.

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  • Friday, November 17

    Friday, November 17

    Friday, November 17 2017 11:41 AM EST2017-11-17 16:41:12 GMT

    Lights of the World brightens Downtown Phoenix  The largest light and lantern festival in North America brightens the Downtown Phoenix skies November 16 through January 2 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. Combining the age-old Chinese tradition of lanterns with cutting-edge technology and lights, The Lights of the World will showcase different cultures and civilizations from around the globe.  For more information: https://lightsoftheworldus.com/ Dates & Hours Open: 1...

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    Lights of the World brightens Downtown Phoenix  The largest light and lantern festival in North America brightens the Downtown Phoenix skies November 16 through January 2 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. Combining the age-old Chinese tradition of lanterns with cutting-edge technology and lights, The Lights of the World will showcase different cultures and civilizations from around the globe.  For more information: https://lightsoftheworldus.com/ Dates & Hours Open: 1...

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  • Thursday, November 16

    Thursday, November 16

    Thursday, November 16 2017 11:41 AM EST2017-11-16 16:41:37 GMT

    HMSHost Hosting Restaurant Job Fair  HMSHost, world leader in travel dining, is hosting a job fair to fill full-time positions at various restaurants located at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport including: Starbucks, Chelsea's Kitchen, La Grande Orange, Barrio Café, Cowboy Ciao, Sauce, Blanco Tacos & Tequila, Olive & Ivy, Modern Burger, and more! Global restaurateur HMSHost is looking to hire permanent full-time associates for: Production/Line Cooks, H...

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    HMSHost Hosting Restaurant Job Fair  HMSHost, world leader in travel dining, is hosting a job fair to fill full-time positions at various restaurants located at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport including: Starbucks, Chelsea's Kitchen, La Grande Orange, Barrio Café, Cowboy Ciao, Sauce, Blanco Tacos & Tequila, Olive & Ivy, Modern Burger, and more! Global restaurateur HMSHost is looking to hire permanent full-time associates for: Production/Line Cooks, H...

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  • Wednesday, November 15

    Wednesday, November 15

    Wednesday, November 15 2017 11:42 AM EST2017-11-15 16:42:45 GMT

    Humana Job Fair Humana Inc is hosting a two-day job fair at its Glendale facility located at 8990 W. Glendale Ave. to fill 25 positions.  The job fair is being held Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 1 to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 7 a.m. to noon. Interviews will be conducted on-site during the job fair, so interested candidates should dress professionally and bring several copies of their current resume. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  Humana is hiring...

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    Humana Job Fair Humana Inc is hosting a two-day job fair at its Glendale facility located at 8990 W. Glendale Ave. to fill 25 positions.  The job fair is being held Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 1 to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 7 a.m. to noon. Interviews will be conducted on-site during the job fair, so interested candidates should dress professionally and bring several copies of their current resume. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  Humana is hiring...

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