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Video: National anthem at Apache Junction State of the City

The Apache Junction High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Color Guard approaches the stage at the Feb. 13 Apache Junction State of the City and Iceyss Schmitz, a winner at the 2019 AJ Kids Idol contest, sings the national anthem.


PD: Body pulled from neighborhood lake in Gilbert

GILBERT AZ (3TV/CBS 5)--Gilbert police are investigating after a body was found in a neighborhood lake. The incident occurred at around 1 p.m. near Queen Creek and Gilbert roads.


Volunteer Income Tax Assistance offers free income-tax preparation

Local residents who made less than $66,000 this year may be able to qualify to have their taxes done for free by the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program through the United Way of Pinal County.


Stronger more 'significant' winter storm expected to hit Arizona later in the week

Snow and rain kicked off the workweek for Arizona beginning what is expected to be an active weather week for the state. The National Weather Service in Flagstaff said the Flagstaff Airport had received nearly 15 inches of snow between 7 p.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Monday.


Apache Junction city offices to close for Presidents Day

The city of Apache Junction will close all administrative offices on Monday, Feb. 18, in recognition of Presidents Day. Emergency services through the police department will not be affected by the holiday.


Golden Vista Resort quilt show March 9 in Apache Junction

An annual quilt show is 10 a.m.-3 p.m. March 9 at the Golden Vista Resort, 3710 S. Goldfield Road in Apache Junction. Admission is $1. The Golden Vista Sewing Room sponsors the show with numerous members assisting in planning and working at the show, according to a release.


Gilbert police investigating deadly crash

GILBERT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5)-- The Gilbert Police Department is investigating a deadly crash involving a pedestrian. The crash occurred on Williams Field Road, just east of Val Vista Drive.


Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo Feb. 22-24 in Apache Junction

The Lost Dutchman Days Rodeo, to be held Feb. 22-24 at the Apache Junction Rodeo Grounds, 1590 E. Lost Dutchman Blvd., at Tomahawk Road, is a full eight-event rodeo, with professional cowboys and cowgirls competing for prize money beginning at 1:30 p.m. each day. In 2017 entrants received more than


DPS: Driver arrested after passenger dies in rollover crash on I-17 and I-10 ramp

PHOENIX (FOX 10) - Law enforcement arrested a driver for the death of a passenger following a rollover crash. DPS says just after midnight Sunday a vehicle on the southbound Interstate-17 transition ramp to westbound Interstate-10 left the roadway, rolled and hit a palm tree. Two of the three passen


Police seek help identifying Mesa skate shop robbers

MESA (3TV/CBS 5) - Authorities with Silent Witness are asking the public for help after a skate shop Mesa was robbed last month. Silent Witness spokesman, Phoenix Police Sgt. Jamie Rothschild, said on Jan 21, around 4 p.m., a man, armed with two pistols, walked into Freedom Board Shop, 1316 S. Gilbe


Changes coming to Arizona travel requirements in 2020

PHOENIX (FOX 10) - If you're a frequent air traveler, listen up. Beginning in October 2020, Arizonans will be required to show federal identification to board a flight. "On October 1, 2020, the TSA is going to have more rigorous identification requirements for people that want to go through the chec


Stolen vehicle arrest on Arizona Ave

YUMA, Ariz. - According to the Yuma Police Department an arrest was made during a standard welfare check on 26th Place and west Arizona Avenue in Yuma on Monday around 11 a.m. During the welfare check, police identified a stolen vehicle and arrested the person they believe is involved with this situ


Body Cam Video They Don’t Want You To See: Arizona Cop Takes Down Knife-Wielding Jihadist

The media is quick to pounce on narratives that serve their agenda, but when it comes to actual news stories about the dangers of real hate and terrorism in America they are often silent.


Missing man headed to Arizona last seen in AV

PALMDALE (CNS) — The Mohave County Sher­iff’s Office in Arizona is seek­ing the public’s help in locating an 85-year-old man who was last seen in Palm­dale. Charles Dearstien was last seen about 7:30 p.m. Friday in Palmdale, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office in Kingman, Arizona, reported.


Arizona: ISIS Terrorist Calls Police, When Officer Arrives, He Comes At Him With Knife

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office releases the video and 911 calls in the terrorism case. This may be one of the wildest videos that you’ll ever see. The incident happened in January but the recording and video were just released this past week.


Rusty Taco opens 1st Arizona restaurant

Tacos are about to become the most important meal of the day in Gilbert, Ariz., where the highly-anticipated Rusty Taco is opening its doors at 1907 E. Williams Field Road, Suite 108.


Tom Ricketts: Cubs didn't spend money in offseason because, 'we don't have any more'

MESA, Ariz. -- While claiming he's confident there is no collusion occurring in baseball, Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts explained why his team didn't spend money -- and still won't -- on free agents this offseason.


Arizona Wilderness Brewing opens 2nd location in downtown Phoenix

Arizona Wilderness Brewing, Gilbert’s first craft brewery that launched in 2013, opened its much-anticipated second location on the southeast corner of Second Street and Roosevelt in downtown Phoenix.


Chandler middle school installs sensors to detect students vaping

PHOENIX — A Chandler middle school is using new bathroom sensors to detect students vaping on school grounds. Carl Nasuta, assistant principal at Aprende Middle School, told KTAR News 92.3 FM on Friday that during a meeting with Kyrene School District’s Superintendent Jan Vesely, students expressed


Cubs owner begins dig out from father's 'inappropriate' emails

MESA, Ariz. — Assuming everyone stays upright for long enough, there’ll probably come a time when one must answer for one’s parents. With any luck at all it’ll be about that musty smell or what the deal is with all the cats and not about how one of them might possibly be a conspiracy crank and full-