• Millennial band keeps "vintage" rock n roll alive

    The songs from our generation are not dead, and a three piece band of millennial guys can prove it. They're called "Please," and they've played all over Arizona, keeping "vintage" rock n' roll and classic rock alive through their sound, with a modern twist of course. We meet Cody Lima, Matt Hernandez and Tyler Brewer. For more info: www.PleasePLZ.Bandcamp.com

  • Spa Week returns to the Valley next month

    From facials and massages to body treatments, Spa Week lets you relax and unwind for a fraction of the price. Kylee Cruz checks in with The Red Door Spa at The Wigwam! For more info: www.spaweek.com

  • Ma & Pa coffee house release new Fall drink lineup

    Imagine a coffee where your favorite Mexican and Latin American sweet treats — we're talking churros, dulce de leche, and tres leches cake — are crafted within. Now, this ma and pa coffee house will be unveiling a new Fall drink lineup. We check out their latest concoctions with a Fall-inspired twist, and we're told horchata is included. For more info: www.Facebook.com/TresLechesCafe 

  • Restaurant Week: The Nook

    We are in the middle of Arizona Restaurant Week, and you still have a chance to get in on this annual event that lets you sample some of the best food in Arizona at a price that won’t break your budget.  One of those restaurants Nook Kitchen gives us a taste today. 
    For more info: ArizonaRestaurantWeek.com 

  • AAWL gets clinical aid from vet students

    Arizona Animal Welfare League is getting some much needed help this morning from Valley vet students. Midwestern’s students and its mobile clinic will be providing medical care to the overflow of homeless dogs and cats at the shelter. AAWL is currently expanding its clinic, so today's visit, while construction continues, couldn't have come at a better time. For more info: AAWL.org

  • Treat yourself to luxury with great Spa Week deals

    Are you in need of a trip to the spa? Spa Week starts next month and you can book your appointments now! Spas across Arizona will offer luxurious treatments for a fraction of the cost from October 16th-22nd. For more info: spaweek.com

  • Celebrating Jewish High Holidays with authentic cuisine

    Rosh Hashanah and Yum Kippur, the Jewish High Holidays are right around the corner, and as families prepare to celebrate with food, Chompie's wants to take all the guess-work and hard-work out of your meals. This year, the Borenstein family traveled all the way to Israel to bring back authentic Jerusalem challah bread, a popular food in the outdoor markets. For more info: Chompies.com

  • "Let's Go Places" honors single parent car clinic

    Christian Brother's Automotive in Chandler hosts a car care clinic twice a year for single parents. They take care of basic car services like oil changes, air filters, fluids and tires. The Springs Church (http://www.thespringschurch.net/) in chandler helps to identify the single parents in need.

  • Michelle Lesco helped to kick of Oregano’s Pizza and St. Mary’s Food Bank’s “Carbs For A Cause” event Monday by breaking the world record for eating a bowl of pasta. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Tucson teacher/competitive eater sets world record to kick off charity event

    Michelle Lesco helped to kick of Oregano’s Pizza and St. Mary’s Food Bank’s “Carbs For A Cause” event Monday by breaking the world record for eating a bowl of pasta.

  • Carbs with a cause

    Competitive eater Michelle Lesco breaks the world record for downing a bowl of pasta. This is the second year Oregano’s and St, Mary’s have partnered for Carbs With a Cause. There’s two ways you can help feed 50,000 needy families for the food bank’s 50th anniversary.

  • MM: Perfect Mommy Workout (Part 2)

    Now that school is back in session for the kids, it's time for mom to focus on herself. However most moms neither want to spend hours in the gym or have that time, so why not get a quick, total body workout in. At Simply Cardio, they focus on a 30 minute intense circuit.

  • National Cheeseburger Day

    It is National Cheeseburger Day, and Chef Robert Wagner from Cold Beers and Cheeseburgers shows us some great twists on this all American favorite. He also shares some secrets to making sure your cheeseburger comes out just right. And for those in the west Valley, good news, they just opened a new location in Glendale. For more info: ColdBeers.com

  • Keep your waist lines happy this football season

    Football season makes every fan crave wings and beer - but how much can the scale take? With the first Cardinals preseason games underway, Pita Pit is in game mode too. They join us with some ideas on how to enjoy the games without accidentally packing on the pounds. For more info: PitaPitUSA.com
  • Motivational Monday: Perfect mommy workout

    Now that school is back in session for the kids, it's time for mom to focus on herself. However most moms neither want to spend hours in the gym or have that time, so why not get a quick, total body workout in. At Simply Cardio, they focus on a 30 minute intense circuit. 
     

  • At the Movies: Toronto Film Fest, "Brad's Status"

    Tara Hitchcock takes a look at the new Ben Stiller movie, "Brad's Status".
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    Dinosaurs are coming to the Valley

    Mark your calendars! The Phoenix Zoo is becoming "the land of the lost." Today the zoo is busy prepping for the arrival of twenty-three prehistoric creatures. They'll descend onto the zoo’s "Desert Lives Trail" and will offer guests an unforgettable self-guided expedition beginning Oct 3rd for members, and Oct 6th to the general public. For more info: PhoenixZoo.org.

  • New cervical cancer screening guidelines announced

    The rules around cancer screenings in women have changed again. A new update from the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force has announced new cervical cancer screening guidelines for women 30 to 65. The biggest change--you don't need to get an HPV test and a pap smear at the same time. Dr. Sharon Thompson joins us with more. For more info:CentralPhoenixOBGYN.com 

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    Queen of Clean: Cleaning with Cream of Tartar

    Cleaning in the Kitchen: Mix equal parts vinegar and Cream of Tartar for a wonderful non-abrasive cleaner for nearly all surfaces. Mix with a few drops of hydrogen peroxide to clean stubborn pots and pans. Mix equal parts Cream of Tartar and vinegar to clean burner pans. Apply paste and soak about 30 minutes before scrubbing.  Repeat if needed. Mix paste of Cream of Tartar and vinegar to clean your oven.  

  • The Good Eat: Doughbird

    Doughbird is celebrating Arizona Restaurant Week with specials on their delicious food. They are located at 4385 E Indian School Road in Phoenix.

  • Arizona Humane Society's Sunday Sweetheart

    This week's Sunday Sweetheart is Catfish Charlie, a 4-month-old female kitten who is good with dogs, cats and kids. She likes to cuddle and play. If you are interested in this kitten, call the Arizona Humane Society at 602-997-7585 or go to azhumane.org

  • 8th Annual Brazilian Festival

    The 8th Annual Brazilian Day Festival will be next Saturday, Sept. 23 from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. For more information go to braziliandayarizona.com

  • Kaity's Way - Raising awareness for teen dating violence

    Kaity's Way Foundation is holding a fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. at the Black Canyon Conference Center. For information go to kaitysway.org

  • Home Depot Debbie on cabinetry trends

    Home Depot Debbie talks about the hottest trends in cabinetry. 

  • Car of the Week

    Wally Cahill brings the Car of the Week - 2017 BMW X4 M4OI, MSRP: $67,495

  • Tipsy Tea Party

    Tipsy Tea Party every Sunday starting Sept. 29 at The Camby 

  • Dr. Art Mollen on meningitis

    Dr. Art Mollen explains meningitis.

  • Home Depot Debbie on cabinetry

    Home Depot Debbie talks about how to choose cabinetry for all rooms of your house. 

  • How to choose new tires

    Howard Fleischmann of Community Tire Pros tells us how to choose new tires.

  • Smart Gals Guide Thru Divorce

    Sara A. Davis talks about her book, Smart Gals Guide Thru Divorce

  • Fogo de Chao celebrates Arizona Restaurant Week

    Chefs from Fogo de Chao talk about their offerings for Arizona Restaurant Week.

  • Valley native starring in new movie

    Haley Lu Richardson, a Valley native, talks about her upcoming movie, Columbus. You can see the movie this weekend at the Harkins Valley Art and Haley will be there for a Q&A. 

  • Common car seat mistakes

    Cristy Robinson of AAA explains common car seat mistakes and how to avoid them. 

  • Garden Guy

    Dave 'Garden Guy' Owens talks about fencing for your garden. 

  • Early Oktoberfest at Brat Haus

    Brat Haus will have their Oktoberfest today from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. They are located at 3622 N. Scottsdale Road. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door and the event is 21 years old and up. 

  • Wildlife World Zoo stops by with a big bird

    Wildlife World Zoo stops by with a big bird, a ground hornbill. 

  • Styles for second day hair

    Landree McCloud of Supercuts explains how to style your hair without washing it.

  • Food Truck Friday: New wood fired grill hits the scene

    For this Food truck Friday a new wood fired grill has hit the food truck scene. Check out this uniquely Arizona truck called "Drive Wood Fired Grill."  For more info: www.DriveWoodFiredGrill.com

  • Churn flavor of the month to benefit MDA

    We're at Churn Ice Cream this morning  where the flavor of the month will benefit MDA. It's all a part of the Taste of the Town event coming up Oct. 13th. Proceeds from Taste of the Town benefit more than 2,500 Arizona families affected by muscle disease registered with the Muscular Dystrophy Association. For tickets and info: www.mdatasteofthetown.com/tickets

  • Coyotes camp begins

    Javier stops by to check on the Coyotes and talk about camp, which opens Friday.

  • West Valley restaurant earns top honors at Wing Festival

    West Valley hot spot, Booty's Wings, Burgers, and Beer earns top honors at the National Wing Festival in Buffalo NY. These latest accolades make it five years in a row that Booty's has been honored for their wings. They served 25,000 wings to  more than 80,000 people during the festival. You can check it out for yourself at their two valley locations: one in Surprise, one in Buckeye. 
     

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    Tess' Tips: Command hooks

    No nails and hammering needed, no damage to your walls and they come off easily. We're talking about Command hooks.

  • New music venue making waves in Phoenix

    A new music venue just opened up in Downtown Phoenix and it's already making some noise in the music world. Kylee Cruz shows us around The Van Buren! For more info: thevanburenphx.com

  • TESS' TIPS: Hooked on Command Hooks

    No nails and hammering needed, no damage to your walls and they come off easily. We're talking about Command hooks and there are endless ways to use them, including in the bathroom! All week, 3TV’s Tess Rafols shares her tips to help organize your home and your life. See whyshe is hooked on these hooks.

  • Phoenix Family Foodie: Game Day Drinks!

    After last weeks double whammy with a loss to the Lions and the injury of David Johnson, Heather Walker is hitting the reset button, having a cocktail (or two) and getting back on the Cardinals bandwagon with some game day drink recipes as the Cardinals take on the Colts. For more info: PhoenixFamilyFoodie.com

  • The Van Buren opens in Downtown Phoenix

    The Phoenix music scene is growing in a big way with the opening of a new live music venue called The Van Buren. Kylee Cruz takes us inside the new venue in a historic space! For more info: thevanburenphx.com

  • TESS' TIPS: Hooked on Command Hooks!

    No nails and hammering needed, no damage to your walls and they come off easily. We're talking about Command hooks. There are endless ways to use them. All week, 3TV’s Tess Rafols shares her tips to help organize your life and your home. See why she is hooked on these hooks, starting in the kitchen!

  • Mustaches for Maddie: Helping a child deal with a health crisis

    At the age of nine Maddie Brown was diagnosed with a brain tumor. One way her family helped her deal with such a traumatic diagnosis was to help Maddie collect fake mustaches. We find out how that truned itno a nationwide outpouring of support and helped maddie through. Mom. Shelly Brown, wrote a book about the experience and shares it with us.

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    Uber delivers cases of water to CASS

    The Phoenix Fire water drive collected 8,500 cases of water. Full story: http://bit.ly/2x4vjQq

  • Tess' Tips: Organizing the kitchen pantry

    The kitchen pantry. You love it because you can throw everything in there from food to paper cups and it stays behind closed doors. You hate it because it's such a mess that you can't find anything. That's the case for Gilbert mom Allegra Biggs.  

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    Tess' Tips: Creative uses for egg cartons

    Egg cartons aren't just for storing your eggs. There are tons of things you can do with them.

  • Arizona native Comic/Hypnotist Flip Orley returns to Tempe Improv

    Sleep has never been so funny! Buckle up! Arizona native, Central High alum and America’s favorite comic / hypnotist Flip Orley returns to the Tempe Improv September 14th – 17th. For more info: FlipOrley.com and TempeImprov.com 
     

  • Sunday Supper Series begins

    In the mood for comfort food? It's a match made in heaven at Match Restaurant in central Phoenix, featuring a whole new Sunday Supper Series. For more info: MatchPHX.com

  • Vendors set-up for Junk in the Trunk

    Fall is right around the corner and if you're looking for some new items for your home, head to Westworld this weekend for Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market. Kylee Cruz takes us inside as they vendors set-up!

  • Tara at the Movies: "American Assassin"

    This is the origin story fans of the Mitch Rapp books have been waiting for. We're with Tara at the movies as American Assassin hits theatres this weekend. For more info: HarkinsTheatres.com

  • Restaurant Week:Handcut Burgers and Chophouse

    Arizona Restaurant Week starts tomorrow, this statewide affair offers foodies a wealth of dining opportunities and the chance to get outside their own neighborhood and try something new. Today we visit Handcut Burgers and Chophouse, where grass fed beef makes all the difference.  For more info: Arizona Restaurant Week http://arizonarestaurantweek.com/ 

  • Nightmare clowns scare up action from the clown community

    It first started with those scary viral clown videos on YouTube, and now more recently the movie "It" is sparking even more terror at the hands of clowns. But, the clown community doesn't want you to be afraid, and they're trying to repair the scary imagery and negative press. "Guber" and "Popo" two Shriner clowns join us to talk about, what they call "the greatest organization few people know about" that help, not scare, 2,200 children each year.

  • Find a flag, see a soccer game

    The Phoenix Rising Soccer Club is planting flags at locations around the valley. The person to find it gets the flag and tickets to this Saturday's game. A fun way to have some fun searching and enjoy the game. For more info: PHXRisingFC.com

  • Messy Fest: Some downright dirty fun for kids

    It's time for some downright dirty family fun time, with the annual Messy Fest, an outdoor event with a mud obstacle course, mashed-potato tug-of-war, food fights, grape stomps, ice-cream slides, paint wars, slime pits, shaving cream, toddler fun zones, a slip-and-slide and a giant rinse zone. A portion of the proceeds benefit Phoenix Children's Hospital. For more Info: http://messyfest.com/

  • Junk in the Trunk returns to Westworld

    Chippy, rusty, vintage and handmade! Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market has something for everyone with nearly 200 vendors. Kylee Cruz is at Westworld with a preview of the popular event!

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    Mesa group sews & knits for breast cancer patients

    Your talent can be used to help cancer patients! A non-profit in the east Valley called Bag & Boob Babes sews and knits drain-bag aprons, eye masks, breast prosthetics, lap quilts and more for breast cancer patients. Kylee Cruz visits with the group to learn more about how you can help. For more info: BagandBoobBabes.com

  • Jaime's Local Love: Ahead to the Past (part 2)

    Personalization is the name of the game when it comes to re-purposing.  Ahead of the Past shows us how you can pick the "specs" of
    your new vintage speaker or radio.  It's Jaime's Local Love.
     

  • Seafood in the desert

    We may live in the middle of the desert,but , all month you can dine like you are at the beach thanks to St. Francis and Chula Seafood.  St. Francis executive chef Aaron Chamberlin will be preparing great dishes with freshly flown in seafood all month long. For more info: stfrancisaz.com

  • Phoenix 10K training: get in a running groove this fall

    With the Phoenix 10k and half marathon coming up and cooler weather it is the perfect time to get into a running routine. We check with the experts on how to make sure you are ready to hit the streets with the right shoes and right training program. For more info: runnersdenaz.com and phoenix10k.com

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    Jaime's Local Love: Ahead to the Past

    Ahead To The Past began as an effort to thank two band mates of Todd Becker’s, the founder of Ahead To The Past, for building for him from scratch a Fender Deluxe Reverb guitar amplifier. 

  • Sprint's $1Million Project delivers phones to needy students

    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, Officials from Phoenix Union High School District Join Sprint in Distributing Free Mobile Devices with Service to More Than 5,400 High School Students in Phoenix.
  • Mini-Meteorologist: Meet 9-year-old who forecasts broadcasting degree in his future

    Our mini-meteorogloist this week is forecasting a bright future of weather broadcasting ahead. Eros, this 9-year-old from Centerra Mirage STEM Academy aspires to be just like April and Royal.
  • How to protect yourself after Equifax breach

    A major hack at Equifax means private informtion including social security numbers and credit card data for more than 100-million Americans has been compromised. Security experts say you should assume your information is now out there, but, there are still ways to protect your identity.

  • Valley Pizzeria stays true to its Neapolitan heritage

    New Valley pizza restaurant Midici, sticks to its Italian roots with fresh, natural, ingredients. Staying true to its Neapolitan heritage, the dough is made with only four ingredients–non-GMO, double zero flour imported from Naples, pure water, sea salt and live yeast. For more info: MyMidici.com

  • Wildlife World Zoo introduces us to the White Faced Whistling Duck

    Cute and musical, the White-faced whistling duck is native to South America and Sub-Saharan Africa. Pairs are extremely devoted and mate for life.

  • The Doctors 10th season includes an exclusive interview with Aaron Carter

    Pop and Hip Hop singer Aaron Carter has been in the news a lot lately. Friday reports surfaced of an attempted-suicide, meanwhile Hollywood and public opinion have diagnosed the singer with all sorts of ailments. Today, on 3TV's The Doctors, Aaron undergoes a battery of tests to address every rumor, including those of HIV, cancer and drug abuse. For more info: TheDoctorsTV.com  

  • Healthy scratch meals even your kids will eat

    : It's not always easy to get your kids to eat healthy, and it's timely topic right now as it's Childhood Obesity Month. We enlist the help of Registered Dietician Julie Brown who's here with healthy scratch meals even your kids will eat. For more info: ltffoundation.org/donate

  • Valley band "Mercer Lane" records tribute for Hurricane Harvey victims

    They are one of the Valley's most popular event bands, Mercer Lane, really known for giving their audience a real "experience." Well, now they join us live with a special tribute they recorded for Hurricane Harvey victims, a song called "Right Here," as a way to help the Red Cross increase donations. For more info: www.MercerLaneMusic.com 

  • Cycling across the country for multiple myeloma

    The Road to Victories cycling event from the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, sponsored by Janssen Oncology, aims to raise awareness and funds for critical myeloma research. Visit http://roadtovictories.com for more information.

  • Riparian Preserve in the heart of the valley

    Gilbert has put lots of time and thought into developing riparian preserves. They have become magnets for wildlife and tourists alike, while also helping re-use water.  For more info: Gilbert Riparian Preserve  gilbertaz.gov/parks
     

  • Putting on a tailgating party even the host can enjoy

    You can please your tailgating, game watching friends without the hassle.  Emeals offers an occasion plan, helping you create and shop for a crowd pleasing menu, then recipes for putting it all together.
     

  • Hartford House: Interior Renovations

    Justin & Shea Rollins have spent the last three months renovating a home near 56th Street and Shea. Kylee Cruz gives us a tour of the new space! For more info: MyHartfordHouse.com
     

  • Furry Friends Fine Arts Festival is free for pets

    Ever heard of a pet reading? If you like animal art or looking for something fun, you won’t want to miss the Furry Friends Fine Arts Festival, to be held Saturday, September 16, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.  This is the second year that this fun, animal-themed arts festival will be held at the Shemer and it is growing every year!

  • Donate your hair at Crowns of Courage

    If you've got long, luscious locks, and want to help a child in need, now is your chance. Crowns of Courage and Scottsdale’s STRAY Salon are offering complimentary haircuts to anyone who has 9 inches or more of hair to donate to a child battling cancer. For more info: CrownsofCourage.com and StraySalon.com

  • Keeping your kids healthy from school germs

    Kylee  was out at All Kids Urgent Care in Gilbert with how to fight those back-to-school germs.  

  • Hartford House: Interior renovations (part 2)

    How do you give your home more curb appeal? Kylee Cruz visits with Justin & Shea Rollins who just finished renovating a house near 56th Street and Shea! For more info: MyHartfordHouse.com
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    Tess' Tips: Best ways to keep your garage clean

    It's one of the most neglected places in our homes: the garage!

  • Tess' Tips: Clearing garage clutter (part 2)

    It's one of the most neglected places in our homes: the garage! All week, Tess Rafols is sharing tricks to simplify and organize your home and your life. Today, professional organizer Danielle Wurth with Wurth Organizing helps us out in the garage. From how to use pegboards, bungee cords and mason jars, this is a Tess' Tip you don't want to miss! For professional organization help, check out www.WurthOrganizing.com

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    Tess' Tips: Clearing garage clutter

    It's one of the most neglected places in our homes: the garage! All week, Tess Rafols is sharing tricks to simplify and organize your home and your life. Today, professional organizer Danielle Wurth with Wurth Organizing helps us out in the garage. From how to use pegboards, bungee cords and mason jars, this is a Tess' Tip you don't want to miss! For professional organization help, check out www.WurthOrganizing.com

  • Let's Go Places: Kind teacher

    Heidi gives teacher Don Colann a check for $1,000 on behalf of Valley Toyota Dealers for helping one of his former students battling cancer.

  • RAW VIDEO: Shane Doan named Fiesta Bowl Parade Grand Marshal

    Arizona Coyotes legend Shane Doan will be the Grand Marshal of the 47thAnnual National Bank of Arizona Fiesta Bowl Parade on Dec. 30, 2017. As Grand Marshal, Doan will lead this year’s parade through the 2-mile parade route in central Phoenix.

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    Tess' Tips: Keeping your laundry organized

    Life is busy. As a mom of 8-year-old triplets, 3TV's Tess Rafols says she’s had to find ways to be more organized to save time and save money. She’s learned little hacks go a long way. 

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    Tess's Tips : Laundry hack for school clothes

    All week, Tess Rafols is sharing tricks to simplify and organize your home. We tackle laundry by matching clothes with the kids, so they are ready ahead of time. Also, designate a drawer for school clothes to save time (and headaches!)

  • Rock the Guac benefits Free Arts of Arizona

    It's food festival season, and Rock the Guac is an unofficial lead-in of-sorts to Taco Fest, later this year. Joining us to talk all things guacamole, and this weekend's event at the Camby is Chef Richard Hinojsa of Crujiente Tacos. This Saturday's event benefits Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona. For more info: Universe.com www.universe.com/events/rock-the-guac-tickets-phoenix-0Z1Q4K

  • Motivational Monday: Why and how to work out your stabilizer muscles

    Don't go for the weights, all you need is a sandbag! For this Motivational Monday we're learning how lifting sandbags can force your body to really target those stabilizer muscles that often get ignored, and why that's so important for your body and overall health. For more info: www.ScottsdaleBodi.com 

  • "Say Yes to the Dress" star hosts Valley Bridal Fashion Show

    We check out the hottest bridal fashion trends ahead of one of the Valley's hottest bridal fashion shows. If you're dreaming about your upcoming wedding, this bridal show might be just what you need. Come Thurs., Sept. 14 the Dream Couture Bridal Fashion Show will take place at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia, hosted by "Say Yes To The Dress" star Randy Fenoli. For more info: OmniDreamEvent.com

  • Queen of Clean: Drains & Disposals

  • Queen of Clean: Drains & Disposals

  • Last chance summer vacation

    Last week was Labor Day and that is the unofficial end to the summer vacation season. But, Emily Kaufman, The Travel Mom, says just because summer is behind us, it doesn't mean you missed out on the opportunity for a warm weather vacation. For more info: Facebook.com/TheTravelMom
  • Tess Tips: Laundry made easier by sorting socks

    All week, Tess Rafols is sharing tricks to simplify and organize your home. We start with the dreaded laundry. Never lose a sock a again with this easy tip.

  • Motivational Monday: Work out with sandbags

    They're the muscles that often get ignored, but we'll show you how to work them out. For this Motivational Monday, we're at Scottsdale Bodi, a high intensity gym where they use sandbags to work those stabilizer muscles. For more info: ScottsdaleBodi.com

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    Phoenix-area pilot to bring supplies to Irma evacuees

    Although Hurricane Irma's path of destruction is not over yet, people are already stepping up to help.

  • Car of the week: Brand new hybrid from Lexus

    Lexus has come out with a brand new hybrid coupe that costs under $100,00. Wally Cahill has a look. (Sunday, September 10, 2017)

  • Tips on how to tailgate

    Football season is underway and Val Ladato shows us some great ideas to use at your next tailgating party. (Sunday, September 10, 2017)

  • How to start a walking routine

    If you are just starting a walking routine, it can be discouraging. Dr. Art Mollen has some advice on how to keep on walking. (Sunday, September 10, 2017)

  • Voila French Bistro

    Chef Jean-Christophe Gros of Voila French Bistro explain how to make creme brulee at home.

  • Sunday sweethearts

    These bonded besties are Rick, an 8-year-old German Shepard and Morty, a 5-year-old Chihuahua who have been together since their days as strays on the streets. The Arizona Humane Society is hoping to get them adopting together, 2 for the price of 1! If you are interested in this pair, call the Arizona Humane Society at 602-997-7585 or go to their website.

  • Jobs Watch with Ryan Naylor of LocalWork

    Ryan Naylor of LocalWork talks about the local companies who are currently hiring.

  • Packing for a move

    ZippyShell Arizona talks about tips for packing and moving 

  • Heart Health Event

    The Embrace Your Heart Public Forum will be from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs

  • Phoenix Tunnel to Towers 5K at the 9/11 Healing Field in Tempe

    The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, established in memory of a fallen 9/11 firefighter, whose mission is to honor and support first responders and the military, is holding its Tunnel to Towers 5K Run/Walk at the Healing Field in Tempe on Saturday, September 9, 2017. The event will honor and celebrate Arizona’s first responders.

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  • RECIPE: Chef Dad's Dreamsicle Cream Pie

    RECIPE: Chef Dad's Dreamsicle Cream Pie

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  • Healthy Breakfast Cookies

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    These healthy breakfast cookies are great for on-the-go! (Source: 3TV)These healthy breakfast cookies are great for on-the-go! (Source: 3TV)

    "It's everything good and healthy that you would have in a breakfast," Melody Larsen, the owner of Sassy's Cafe and Bakery, said. "We're just doing it in cookie form. ... You can feel good about sending your kid to school having that for breakfast."

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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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  • Tuesday, Sept. 19

    Tuesday, Sept. 19

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 11:07 AM EDT2017-09-19 15:07:37 GMT

    Celebrating Jewish High Holidays with authentic cuisine Rosh Hashanah and Yum Kippur, the Jewish High Holidays are right around the corner, and as families prepare to celebrate with food, Chompie's wants to take all the guess-work and hard-work out of your meals. This year, the Borenstein family traveled all the way to Israel to bring back authentic Jerusalem challah bread, a popular food in the outdoor markets.  The bread which has become a popular item in the outdoor markets ...

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    Celebrating Jewish High Holidays with authentic cuisine Rosh Hashanah and Yum Kippur, the Jewish High Holidays are right around the corner, and as families prepare to celebrate with food, Chompie's wants to take all the guess-work and hard-work out of your meals. This year, the Borenstein family traveled all the way to Israel to bring back authentic Jerusalem challah bread, a popular food in the outdoor markets.  The bread which has become a popular item in the outdoor markets ...

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  • Monday, Sept. 18

    Monday, Sept. 18

    Monday, September 18 2017 12:52 PM EDT2017-09-18 16:52:00 GMT

    The Salvation Army and American Red Cross host a blood drive for Hurricane Harvey and Irma Relief on Monday, Sept. 18th. At a time when thousands of Americans along our coastlines are suffering after recent hurricanes, The Salvation Army and American Red Cross are coming together to support survivors and first responders. The Salvation Army's Southwest Divisional Headquarters, located at 2707 E. Van Buren St. in Phoenix, will be hosting an American Red Cross blood drive for Hurrican...

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    The Salvation Army and American Red Cross host a blood drive for Hurricane Harvey and Irma Relief on Monday, Sept. 18th. At a time when thousands of Americans along our coastlines are suffering after recent hurricanes, The Salvation Army and American Red Cross are coming together to support survivors and first responders. The Salvation Army's Southwest Divisional Headquarters, located at 2707 E. Van Buren St. in Phoenix, will be hosting an American Red Cross blood drive for Hurrican...

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  • Sunday, Sept. 17

    Sunday, Sept. 17

    Monday, September 18 2017 12:51 PM EDT2017-09-18 16:51:34 GMT

    Here are the list of segments and guests from Sunday's edition of Good Morning Arizona. 

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    Here are the list of segments and guests from Sunday's edition of Good Morning Arizona. 

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