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  • Protesters urge senator to 'Walk a mile in my panties,' vote against health care bill

    Protesters urge senator to 'Walk a mile in my panties,' vote against health care bill

    Tuesday, June 27 2017 4:15 PM EDT2017-06-27 20:15:48 GMT
    (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)(Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    Tuesday morning, demonstrators hoped to get Flake's attention with the message, "Walk a mile in my panties," and persuade him to vote against the health care bill.

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    Tuesday morning, demonstrators hoped to get Flake's attention with the message, "Walk a mile in my panties," and persuade him to vote against the health care bill.

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  • Phoenix mayor: Trump's health care act an 'all-out assault on people of Arizona'

    Phoenix mayor: Trump's health care act an 'all-out assault on people of Arizona'

    Monday, June 26 2017 5:15 PM EDT2017-06-26 21:15:10 GMT
    Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

    "This bill is an all-out assault on the people of Arizona," Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said as he opened Monday's press conference against the American Health Care Act.

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    "This bill is an all-out assault on the people of Arizona," Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said as he opened Monday's press conference against the American Health Care Act.

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  • Swimming relay world record reportedly set at Valley pool

    Swimming relay world record reportedly set at Valley pool

    Monday, August 22 2016 12:02 AM EDT2016-08-22 04:02:28 GMT
    Hundreds of people participated in a world record attempt of most people in a swimming relay in one hour. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Hundreds of people participated in a world record attempt of most people in a swimming relay in one hour. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Valley swim team, Swim Neptune, tried to break the Guinness World Record for the most people in a swimming relay in one hour.

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    Valley swim team, Swim Neptune, tried to break the Guinness World Record for the most people in a swimming relay in one hour.

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  • Father says teacher duct-taped special needs boy

    Father says teacher duct-taped special needs boy

    Thursday, March 31 2016 1:30 AM EDT2016-03-31 05:30:26 GMT
    Special needs boy was duct taped by Tempe teacher (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Special needs boy was duct taped by Tempe teacher (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A Valley father says a teacher duct-taped his special needs son at school. A school spokesperson says the boy kicked off his shoes several times and when the teacher called his mother, she gave her permission to use duct tape on the student's shoes.

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    A Valley father says a teacher duct-taped his special needs son at school. A school spokesperson says the boy kicked off his shoes several times and when the teacher called his mother, she gave her permission to use duct tape on the student's shoes.

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  • Muslim-Americans deal with backlash after Brussels attacks

    Muslim-Americans deal with backlash after Brussels attacks

    Wednesday, March 23 2016 2:40 PM EDT2016-03-23 18:40:59 GMT
    Zanaa Allatar is a Muslim-American student at ASU (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Zanaa Allatar is a Muslim-American student at ASU (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Muslim-Americans in the Valley condemn the attacks in Brussels. “My wife, we were walking in Costco, somebody walked by us and kind of whispered, 'Terrorist, go home.'” Latif Ahmed experienced hate speech and slurs after the Paris attacks in November, but says most people are welcoming and accepting of his religion. 

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    Muslim-Americans in the Valley condemn the attacks in Brussels. “My wife, we were walking in Costco, somebody walked by us and kind of whispered, 'Terrorist, go home.'” Latif Ahmed experienced hate speech and slurs after the Paris attacks in November, but says most people are welcoming and accepting of his religion. 

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  • Independents cannot vote in Arizona's Presidential Preference Election

    Independents cannot vote in Arizona's Presidential Preference Election

    Tuesday, March 22 2016 11:21 AM EDT2016-03-22 15:21:38 GMT
    Arizona voters will head to the polls on Tuesday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Arizona voters will head to the polls on Tuesday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The largest group of registered voters in Arizona cannot vote in Tuesday's Presidential Preference Election.

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    The largest group of registered voters in Arizona cannot vote in Tuesday's Presidential Preference Election.

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  • WARNING!

    Phone scams on the rise on Arizona

    Phone scams on the rise on Arizona

    Tuesday, March 8 2016 6:59 AM EST2016-03-08 11:59:03 GMT

    "People I tell say, 'That would never happen to me. I would just hang up on people," Kitty, who did not want to share her last name, said. "Well, let me tell you, it can happen to you."

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    "People I tell say, 'That would never happen to me. I would just hang up on people,'" Kitty, who did not want to share her last name, said. "Well, let me tell you, it can happen to you."

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  • Alabama lawmaker wants to castrate sex offenders

    Alabama lawmaker wants to castrate sex offenders

    Sunday, March 6 2016 3:11 PM EST2016-03-06 20:11:17 GMT

    An Alabama lawmaker is reintroducing a bill to castrate convicted child sex offenders with victims under the age of 12. The bill, HB 365, is sponsored by Republican State Rep. Steve Hurst, who proposed similar legislation during the 2014 session. 

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    An Alabama lawmaker is reintroducing a bill to castrate convicted child sex offenders with victims under the age of 12. The bill, HB 365, is sponsored by Republican State Rep. Steve Hurst, who proposed similar legislation during the 2014 session. 

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  • Glendale police sergeant buys groceries for struggling single mom

    Glendale police sergeant buys groceries for struggling single mom

    Tuesday, March 1 2016 1:43 PM EST2016-03-01 18:43:49 GMT
    Glendale PD Sergeant helps single mom (Photo source: KPHO/KTVK)Glendale PD Sergeant helps single mom (Photo source: KPHO/KTVK)

    When a Valley police sergeant spotted a single mom and her kids selling their toys by the roadside, he could have taken her to jail. Instead, he took her shopping.

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    When a Valley police sergeant spotted a single mom and her kids selling their toys by the roadside, he could have taken her to jail. Instead, he took her shopping.

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  • Police: Hit-and-run suspect confesses, 'I did it. I did it.'

    Police: Hit-and-run suspect confesses, 'I did it. I did it.'

    Wednesday, February 24 2016 10:28 AM EST2016-02-24 15:28:58 GMT
    Alejandro Barrigan (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)Alejandro Barrigan (Source: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office)

    The 14-year-old boy who spent three days in a Valley hospital after a hit-and-run in Estrella Saturday is now home. Ryan Scali was released from Phoenix Children's Hospital Tuesday morning. "I want to thank all the people who work at Phoenix Children's. There all really kind people," Scali said as he left, "I'm happy to be alive." Scali has more than 60 stitches in his head, an injured kidney and liver and is expected to be in a wheelchair for six months. " ...

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    According to police documents, the suspect, 37-year-old Alejandro Barrigan, confessed to police, saying he thought his driver's license may have been suspended. He said he panicked and left the scene, but intended to call the police.

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  • Police identify body found in Phoenix parking lot

    Tuesday, February 16 2016 11:31 PM EST2016-02-17 04:31:03 GMT
    The body of Erin Akers was found last month. (Source: Silent Witness)The body of Erin Akers was found last month. (Source: Silent Witness)

    Police have identified the body found in a Phoenix parking lot as that of 32-year-old, Erin Akers. Akers' body was found wrapped in a red blanket at on Jan. 18 in the parking lot of a vacant building near 15th Avenue and Van Buren Street.

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    Police have identified the body found in a Phoenix parking lot as that of 32-year-old, Erin Akers. Akers' body was found wrapped in a red blanket at on Jan. 18 in the parking lot of a vacant building near 15th Avenue and Van Buren Street.

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  • Family of man shot, killed outside home looking for justice

    Family of man shot, killed outside home looking for justice

    Tuesday, February 16 2016 1:00 AM EST2016-02-16 06:00:04 GMT
    Santiago Bravo was shot and killed last week. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Santiago Bravo was shot and killed last week. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    The family of a man who was shot and killed in his backyard is pleading for help and looking for justice.

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    The family of a man who was shot and killed in his backyard is pleading for help and looking for justice.

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  • FREE MONEY

    Federal grant designed to turn hopeful homebuyers into homeowners

    Federal grant designed to turn hopeful homebuyers into homeowners

    Wednesday, February 10 2016 1:53 AM EST2016-02-10 06:53:12 GMT

    The Home in Five Advantage program is a federally backed grant designed to help qualified applicants get up to $12,000 for a down-payment and closing costs.

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    The Home in Five Advantage program is a federally backed grant designed to help qualified applicants get up to $12,000 for a down-payment and closing costs.

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  • Fred Goldman on 'The People v. O.J. Simpson:' 'It's disturbing'

    Fred Goldman on 'The People v. O.J. Simpson:' 'It's disturbing'

    Tuesday, February 9 2016 8:42 AM EST2016-02-09 13:42:36 GMT
    "Murder is not entertaining," Fred Goldman, the father of the man O.J. Simpson was accused of killing, said. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)"Murder is not entertaining," Fred Goldman, the father of the man O.J. Simpson was accused of killing, said. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    More than 20 years later, the O.J. Simpson trial is again captivating millions of Americans. For Fred Goldman, the show is not entertainment, it's a reminder of a nightmare he's already lived. "It's reliving what I went through once," Goldman said. "I wish we didn't have to go through that publicly." 

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    More than 20 years later, the O.J. Simpson trial is again captivating millions of Americans. For Fred Goldman, the show is not entertainment, it's a reminder of a nightmare he's already lived. "It's reliving what I went through once," Goldman said. "I wish we didn't have to go through that publicly." 

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  • Phoenix offered $300 million for downtown Sheraton

    Phoenix offered $300 million for downtown Sheraton

    Wednesday, February 3 2016 5:46 PM EST2016-02-03 22:46:12 GMT

    An offer has been made to buy the downtown Sheraton Grand from the city of Phoenix.

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    An offer has been made to buy the downtown Sheraton Grand from the city of Phoenix.

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  • Coding could get more cash for Arizona classrooms

    Coding could get more cash for Arizona classrooms

    Wednesday, February 3 2016 1:10 AM EST2016-02-03 06:10:15 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    There are more than 11,000 open computing jobs in Arizona, but very few graduates prepared to fill them, according to a federal advocacy site. Arizona Sen. John Kavanagh, R-District 23, is sponsoring a bill that would require K-12 students to log on for a one-hour class on computer coding. More >

    There are more than 11,000 open computing jobs in Arizona, but very few graduates prepared to fill them, according to a federal advocacy site. Arizona Sen. John Kavanagh, R-District 23, is sponsoring a bill that would require K-12 students to log on for a one-hour class on computer coding.

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  • Valley school bus driver admits slapping special-needs student

    Valley school bus driver admits slapping special-needs student

    Thursday, January 28 2016 2:39 AM EST2016-01-28 07:39:17 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    A Valley couple whose special-needs son was slapped by a school bus driver says that driver should not be permitted to work with children and that district employees need better training on how to interact with students like their son.

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    A Valley couple whose special-needs son was slapped by a school bus driver says that driver should not be permitted to work with children and that district employees need better training on how to interact with students like their son.

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  • Cardinals fans cheer, #BeRedSeeRed at Big Red Rage

    Friday, January 22 2016 2:06 AM EST2016-01-22 07:06:32 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    The Red Sea rose up for a Big Red Rage rally Thursday evening. Thousands of Cardinals fans have not stopped cheering since Saturday's win over the Packers, and could not wait until Sunday's NFC Championship game to start cheering again. More >

    The Red Sea rose up for a Big Red Rage rally Thursday evening. Thousands of Cardinals fans have not stopped cheering since Saturday's win over the Packers, and could not wait until Sunday's NFC Championship game to start cheering again.

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  • China mourns victim of Tempe road rage shooting

    China mourns victim of Tempe road rage shooting

    Thursday, January 21 2016 2:02 AM EST2016-01-21 07:02:19 GMT
    Arizona State University and Tempe police talked about Saturday's deadly shooting at a meeting Wednesday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Arizona State University and Tempe police talked about Saturday's deadly shooting at a meeting Wednesday. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    The shooting death of Chinese international student Yue Jiang is a national headline in China. The 19-year-old was killed Saturday; police say Holly Davis shot her after a fender bender. More >

    The shooting death of Chinese international student Yue Jiang is a national headline in China. The 19-year-old was killed Saturday; police say Holly Davis shot her after a fender bender.

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  • January is National Stalking Awareness Month

    January is National Stalking Awareness Month

    Friday, January 15 2016 2:40 AM EST2016-01-15 07:40:27 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Before social media, victims would find their stalkers driving by late at night or calling incessantly. Today, stalkers can use social media to follow people from a distance.

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    Before social media, victims would find their stalkers driving by late at night or calling incessantly. Today, stalkers can use social media to follow people from a distance.

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  • Lawmakers to consider changing concealed carry on campus

    Lawmakers to consider changing concealed carry on campus

    Saturday, January 9 2016 6:34 PM EST2016-01-09 23:34:13 GMT

    Rep. Borrelli has introduced a bill that would allow people with valid permits to carry guns on Arizona's public colleges and universities. 

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    Rep. Borrelli has introduced a bill that would allow people with valid permits to carry guns on Arizona's public colleges and universities. 

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  • Teens surprise neighbors with holiday decorations

    Teens surprise neighbors with holiday decorations

    Thursday, December 24 2015 1:20 AM EST2015-12-24 06:20:47 GMT
    Two West Valley sisters are spreading the holiday spirit in their neighborhood. More >

    Two West Valley sisters are spreading the holiday spirit in their neighborhood.

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  • Thieves tunnel through walls in Phoenix burglary

    Thieves tunnel through walls in Phoenix burglary

    Sunday, December 20 2015 12:10 AM EST2015-12-20 05:10:02 GMT

    The thieves spent two hours burglarizing the stores at a strip mall at 35th Avenue and Fillmore. They stole cash, cell phones, laptops and tools. 

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    The thieves spent two hours burglarizing the stores at a strip mall at 35th Avenue and Fillmore. They stole cash, cell phones, laptops and tools. 

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  • Arizona projected to lead nation in job growth

    Thursday, November 19 2015 1:51 AM EST2015-11-19 06:51:24 GMT
    Two national business magazines say Arizona will be the best state in the country for new jobs next year.More >

    Two national business magazines say Arizona will be the best state in the country for new jobs next year.

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  • Valley app developer to compete internationally

    Valley app developer to compete internationally

    Friday, October 23 2015 3:07 AM EDT2015-10-23 07:07:23 GMT
    A Valley app developer will take his app to an international competition. Earlier this year, Spain challenged citizens to create apps that solve city issues. Phoenix is one of 11 cities worldwide to answer the call and one of only four cities in the United States.More >
    A Valley app developer will take his app to an international competition. Earlier this year, Spain challenged citizens to create apps that solve city issues. Phoenix is one of 11 cities worldwide to answer the call and one of only four cities in the United States.More >
  • Crime-fighting cave expanding in Phoenix

    Crime-fighting cave expanding in Phoenix

    Friday, October 16 2015 2:27 AM EDT2015-10-16 06:27:24 GMT
    It started with the Batmobile and grew into a crime-fighting cave. Soon, a foundation's goal of putting smiles on the faces of sick children will take over five acres of south Phoenix.More >
    It started with the Batmobile and grew into a crime-fighting cave. Soon, a foundation's goal of putting smiles on the faces of sick children will take over five acres of south Phoenix.More >
  • Former AZ GOP chairman in trouble on Twitter

    Former AZ GOP chairman in trouble on Twitter

    Thursday, October 15 2015 2:01 AM EDT2015-10-15 06:01:09 GMT
    Former Arizona GOP Chairman Randy Pullen tweeted a controversial opinion involving race during Tuesday night's Democratic presidential debate. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Former Arizona GOP Chairman Randy Pullen tweeted a controversial opinion involving race during Tuesday night's Democratic presidential debate. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    Former Arizona Republican Party Chairman Randy Pullen is being called a racist on social media. During Tuesday night's debate, Pullen tweeted: "Yes Black lives matter. The best way to end the slaughter of young Black men is to take guns away from Blacks as they are the main killers."More >
    Former Arizona Republican Party Chairman Randy Pullen is being called a racist on social media. During Tuesday night's debate, Pullen tweeted: "Yes Black lives matter. The best way to end the slaughter of young Black men is to take guns away from Blacks as they are the main killers."More >
  • Gun policy varies by Arizona university campus

    Gun policy varies by Arizona university campus

    Sunday, October 11 2015 1:03 AM EDT2015-10-11 05:03:57 GMT
    The Arizona Board of Regents sets weapons policy for all Arizona public universities.More >
    The Arizona Board of Regents sets weapons policy for all Arizona public universities.More >
  • Boarding pass gives hackers a pass to look at your personal information

    Boarding pass gives hackers a pass to look at your personal information

    Thursday, October 8 2015 2:53 AM EDT2015-10-08 06:53:57 GMT
    Airlines encode a lot of your information on boarding passes. That information could be disastrous for you if it falls into the wrong hands. More >
    Airlines encode a lot of your information on boarding passes. That information could be disastrous for you if it falls into the wrong hands. More >
  • Arizona grocery prices on the rise

    Arizona grocery prices on the rise

    Thursday, October 1 2015 9:48 PM EDT2015-10-02 01:48:11 GMT
    Typical grocery items appear in this image as a report shows prices are on the rise. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Typical grocery items appear in this image as a report shows prices are on the rise. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    Arizona grocery prices are on the riseThe Arizona Farm Bureau Federation's latest report shows a jump of 6.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015 and are slightly above the national average.The Federation's Marketbasket Survey prices 16 of the most common grocery items.The 16 staples including bread, cheese, potatoes and juice now total $54.57 a week for a family of four, up $3.69 from 2015's second quarter.Some Valley shoppers say the most expensive thing in their basket is meat.Arizo...More >
    Arizona grocery prices are on the riseThe Arizona Farm Bureau Federation's latest report shows a jump of 6.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015 and are slightly above the national average.The Federation's Marketbasket Survey prices 16 of the most common grocery items.The 16 staples including bread, cheese, potatoes and juice now total $54.57 a week for a family of four, up $3.69 from 2015's second quarter.Some Valley shoppers say the most expensive thing in their basket is meat.Arizo...More >
  • Tough Tents: MCSO puts kids in 'jail' to set them straight

    Tough Tents: MCSO puts kids in 'jail' to set them straight

    Sunday, September 27 2015 12:25 AM EDT2015-09-27 04:25:54 GMT
    Some alley kids and their parents reported to jail Friday night.They haven't been arrested, charged or convicted, but are spending nearly 24 hours in "Tough Tents."More >
    Some alley kids and their parents reported to jail Friday night.They haven't been arrested, charged or convicted, but are spending nearly 24 hours in "Tough Tents."More >
  • Customers say cleaners hung them out to dry

    Friday, September 25 2015 3:21 AM EDT2015-09-25 07:21:28 GMT
    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    Customers of Capitol Cleaners say when they tried to pick up their clothes this weekend, the store was out of business. Customers say they dropped of their dry cleaning as usual and were never told the company was having issues, leaving them with no warning, no answers and no clothes.More >
    Customers of Capitol Cleaners say when they tried to pick up their clothes this weekend, the store was out of business. Customers say they dropped of their dry cleaning as usual and were never told the company was having issues, leaving them with no warning, no answers and no clothes.More >
  • Tempe apartment bans 19-to-22 year olds

    Tempe apartment bans 19-to-22 year olds

    Friday, September 18 2015 10:34 AM EDT2015-09-18 14:34:09 GMT
    The Hanover Mill Avenue apartment complex. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The Hanover Mill Avenue apartment complex. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    Valley real estate attorney, Court Rich says that's discrimination under the City of Tempe's anti-discrimination ordinance.  More >
    Valley real estate attorney, Court Rich says that's discrimination under the City of Tempe's anti-discrimination ordinance.  More >
  • Make-A-Wish, local high school make 9-year-old's night

    Make-A-Wish, local high school make 9-year-old's night

    Saturday, September 12 2015 3:25 AM EDT2015-09-12 07:25:26 GMT
    Aiden Hansen loves football, but his life-threatening metabolic disorders keeps him off the field. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)Aiden Hansen loves football, but his life-threatening metabolic disorders keeps him off the field. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    When Boulder Creek High School heard about 9-year-old Aiden's love of football and their team, however, the students thought they could make his surprise even bigger. They basically threw him a Disney-themed party to help celebrate a big surprise from Make-A-Wish Arizona.More >
    When Boulder Creek High School heard about 9-year-old Aiden's love of football and their team, however, the students thought they could make his surprise even bigger. They basically threw him a Disney-themed party to help celebrate a big surprise from Make-A-Wish Arizona.More >
  • Bisbee the first Arizona city to approve assisted suicide

    Bisbee the first Arizona city to approve assisted suicide

    Friday, September 4 2015 2:15 AM EDT2015-09-04 06:15:10 GMT
    (Source: MGN Online)(Source: MGN Online)
    Bisbee is the first Arizona city to pass a resolution supporting assisted suicide.The City Council voted 4-3 this week in favor of what many call "death with dignity."More >
    Bisbee is the first Arizona city to pass a resolution supporting assisted suicide.The City Council voted 4-3 this week in favor of what many call "death with dignity."More >
  • More high-tech jobs than ever landing in Phoenix

    More high-tech jobs than ever landing in Phoenix

    Thursday, September 3 2015 4:53 PM EDT2015-09-03 20:53:00 GMT
    The Phoenix Metro area offers both affordable commercial real estate and a talented employee pool. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)The Phoenix Metro area offers both affordable commercial real estate and a talented employee pool. (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    Phoenix is outpacing Silicon Valley when it comes to high-tech job growth, according to a new report. The report shows 12,662 high-tech jobs came to the Valley between 2012 and 2014. The 42.7 percent bump in the high-tech industry puts Phoenix ahead of Silicon Valley, as well as Chicago, Austin, Boston, Los Angeles and Dallas.More >
    Phoenix is outpacing Silicon Valley when it comes to high-tech job growth, according to a new report. The report shows 12,662 high-tech jobs came to the Valley between 2012 and 2014. The 42.7 percent bump in the high-tech industry puts Phoenix ahead of Silicon Valley, as well as Chicago, Austin, Boston, Los Angeles and Dallas.More >
  • Arizona teen victims share stories on stage

    Arizona teen victims share stories on stage

    Friday, July 31 2015 1:59 PM EDT2015-07-31 17:59:05 GMT
    There is a full house at the Herberger Theater Center as Valley teens dealing with abuse, molestation and neglect shared their stories on stage.More >
    There is a full house at the Herberger Theater Center as Valley teens dealing with abuse, molestation and neglect shared their stories on stage.More >
  • Gila River files lawsuit over Loop 202

    Gila River files lawsuit over Loop 202

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 12:45 AM EDT2015-07-01 04:45:54 GMT

    The Gila River Indian Community filed a motion to stop the freeway from being built through neighborhoods at the base of South Mountain.

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    The Gila River Indian Community filed a motion to stop the freeway from being built through neighborhoods at the base of South Mountain.

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  • Ways to cut summer travel costs

    Ways to cut summer travel costs

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 7:07 PM EDT2015-06-30 23:07:37 GMT

    Just like you would clean your house if you were expecting guests, clean up your social media profiles if you're planning to be the guest.

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    Just like you would clean your house if you were expecting guests, clean up your social media profiles if you're planning to be the guest.

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Lina de Florias

Lina joined 3TV and CBS 5 in June 2015. Before coming back to her hometown of Phoenix, Lina was the evening anchor for WEAR ABC 3 in Pensacola.

There, she covered tropical storms and a fatal explosion at the county jail. As the primary anchor, she covered the desk for 12 hours during a storm that dumped more than 26 inches of rain in the area in less than 24 hours.

In her nearly five years on the Gulf Coast, Lina worked as the traffic reporter, morning anchor and evening anchor.

Before leaving Phoenix, Lina started in the 3TV newsroom as an intern during her senior year at Arizona State University. Lina also represented her home state of Arizona at the Miss USA pageant and is happy to be back in the Valley with her husband.

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