PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Nearly five months after her husband's death from brain cancer, Cindy McCain is still finding new reasons to celebrate …
Arizona college students are getting real-world experience in their healthcare fields, by helping some of the most vulnerable people in our community.
While copper and gold mines have played key roles in Arizona’s history, a small mine on Four Peaks, east of Phoenix, holds a treasure, truly unique to the state.
Arizonans will decide whether to change the state constitution, to require half of our power come from renewable sources of energy, by the year 2030.
Exotic animals at a safari park in Northern Arizona are being treated for the first time with oil derived from hemp plants in the cannabis family.
Robots could provide a cheaper, safer alternative to seeing-eye dogs in the future.
This early in the school year, you'd hope all the kids are getting along. But experts say this is often the time when bullies pick their targets.
Months after a massive teacher walkout over low school funding, at least 20 Arizona teachers are running for seats in the state Legislature.
Each of the children, detained in shelters, is in the immigration court system, appearing every few weeks before a federal judge in a Phoenix courtroom. The government does not provide attorneys for children in these immigration hearings.
An Arizona father's gut reaction to his son applying eye makeup went viral this month, and the duo hopes it spreads a message of love and acceptance.