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Arizona Cop Shoots, Kills 14-Year-Old Boy Who Had An Airsoft Gun

A police officer in Tempe, Arizona shot and killed a 14-year-old boy who was holding what turned out to be an Airsoft gun. Officers were responding to a report about a person breaking into vehicles and when they arrived they found the boy, identified by his family as Antonio Arce, rummaging through


Transportation Plans Under Review In Chandler

As Chandler comes closer to build-out, city leaders are evaluating transportation services for the first time in almost a decade. And residents are getting a chance to weigh in.


Here are the road closures for the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon

The Phoenix area will be bustling will runners this weekend as the 2019 Rock 'n' Roll marathon is held in the Valley. Participants will take to the streets to compete in the full and half marathons Jan. 19-20.


11 Rescued Animals Looking For Homes In Chandler

Six rescued dogs and five saved cats are hoping they can soon begin the new year with Chandler families. Jannelle Cosgriff of the Friends for Life shelter said the animals she has would make fine additions to most Ahwatukee households.


Students suing Maricopa County Community College District over dropped football program

PHOENIX — A group of students is suing the Maricopa County Community College District after it eliminated the football program from its schools. The lawsuit alleges that canceling the football program amounts to racial discrimination because the majority those affected are minority students.


Arizona residents have free admission to state parks for MLK weekend

PHOENIX – Gov. Doug Ducey announced that all Arizona residents will have free admission to state parks during Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend. Arizona residents will enjoy waived fees to any state parks from Saturday to Monday. Visitors must show their Arizona ID for the free entrance.


DPS motorcycle trooper hurt in crash at I-10 and Baseline

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS) -- A DPS trooper has been injured in a serious crash at the Interstate 10 and Baseline Road off-ramp in Tempe. The trooper was taken to the hospital but he is expected to survive.


Arizona lawmaker wants edible medical marijuana to remain legal

PHOENIX — A Peoria Republican lawmaker is moving to alter state law to ensure that edible forms of medical marijuana remain legally available to patients. The proposal by Rep. Tony Rivero would amend the state criminal code to redefine “marijuana’’ to include not just the leaves and flowers of the c


Maricopa County Won't Say How Man Shot in Fountain Hills Tied to ISIS

Little is known about what prompted Maricopa County prosecutors to add two counts of terrorism to the case of a man originally charged with assaulting an officer in Fountain Hills.


Food bank helps federal workers at Arizona hospital

PHOENIX (AP) — Federal workers at an Arizona hospital that serves Native Americans are getting food donations amid the government shutdown. Dozens of employees, some in medical scrubs, waited in line Friday outside the Phoenix Indian Medical Center. Some stood outside and others drove up while volun


Chandler Ostrich Festival: Flo Rida, The Commodores and Andy Grammer on stage

CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- The lineup for the 2019 Chandler Ostrich Festival has been released. If you are a fan of Flo Rida, this is the event for you. Flo Rida will perform on Friday, Mar. 8. The Commodores will perform on Mar. 9 and Andy Grammer will finish the weekend with his performance on Mar


Eastbound I-10 to close west of downtown Phoenix this weekend

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Eastbound I-10 will be closed initially this weekend between 67th and 35th avenues beginning 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18. The end point of the eastbound closure is scheduled to be reduced from 35th Avenue to 43rd Avenue at approximately noon, Saturday, Jan. 19, and the entire closu


Maricopa County police shoot four teens in ten days

2018 saw officer-related shootings skyrocket in the Phoenix region with about 82 people shot in Maricopa County and more than 40 in Phoenix alone. Phoenix police shootings were the highest in the country in 2018 and triple the number of the previous year. This spike of police violence rolled on into


Fulton Homes opens Lakeview Trails at Morrison Ranch

Fulton Homes is opening its newest family-friendly community, Lakeview Trails, in Gilbert, which is part of the 3,000-acre master-planned community, Morrison Ranch. The Tempe-based homebuilder is offering option rich and personalized floor plans for those families looking to invest in high-quality l


Elizabeth Breck Missing: Search Ongoing For Arizona High School Teacher Since Sunday

A high school teacher in Arizona went missing last week and the search for her continues, officials said. Local police said Elizabeth Breck, 46, was last seen Sunday afternoon near a rural crossroad in Catalina.


Oregon State Basketball: Beavers v. Arizona State Sun Devils Gamethread (Game 16)

A game with some serious potential NCAA Tournament implications tips-off in the desert on Thursday night, when the Oregon State Beavers (11-4) travel to meet the Arizona State Sun Devils (11-5) in Tempe. You can learn more about the Sun Devils through our “Opponent Preview” here.


Shirley MacLaine To Visit Chandler Next Month

Shirley MacLaine quickly announces herself. “Hi! This is Shirley. I hope I’m not 2 minutes late, but I am,” she said, followed by a hearty laugh. MacLaine is personable, funny and honest. Fans can expect the same when the Oscar-winning actress, dancer and best-selling author comes to the Chandler Ce


Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR welcomes Molly Gilbert

After a 17-year career with the University of Arizona Tech Park, Molly Gilbert joined Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, specializing in the sale and lease of office properties in Tucson. While at the Tech Park, she led many initiatives, including Community Engagement efforts, managing community, governme


Two in custody in connection with Chandler ADOT shooting Thursday

Chandler Police arrested two men Thursday afternoon in connection to an ADOT officer-involved shooting Thursday morning, Chandler PD said. One man is confirmed to be a suspect in the shooting and has a gunshot wound to the hand, according to Chandler PD. He was transported to a hospital. Another sus


Working group created to make elections recommendations in Maricopa County

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors directed the county manager to form a working group that may lead to substantial changes in the way elections are run in the fourth most populous county in the country.