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Phoenix mayoral candidate Kate Gallego wants Suns to pay for arena
PHOENIX – Phoenix mayoral candidate Kate Gallego thinks the Suns, not taxpayers, should foot the bill for major arena upgrades. “My personal opinion is that sports teams like the Suns are among the most profitable enterprises in America and that they should pay for their own scoreboard, kitchen and
Glendale Trucking Company Caught In California Recycling Sting
For the past three years, a Glendale trucking company reportedly collected Arizona’s recycled trash and hauled it to California, exploiting its Resources Recycling and Recovery program for more than $16 million.
Phoenix-area festivals for the new year
(3TV/CBS 5) − The holiday season is in full swing and no doubt you are quite busy!. Maybe even too busy for festivals, so we wanted to take a look at a few you might not want to miss as we step into the new year.
Suns owner Robert Sarver sends message to fans following rumors of a franchise move
On Thursday night, the Phoenix Suns official Twitter account posted a video with majority owner Robert Sarver discussing the rumors of a potential relocation of the franchise to Seattle or Las Vegas.
Glendale biz owner pledges huge renovation for controversial building
GLENDALE, Ariz. (3TV/CBS 5) - The owner of a controversial, empty building has kept her promise to upgrade the facility and spur business. This fall the City of Glendale sold the empty building to the lowest bidder and took on a $700,000 loss.
Christmas gifts stolen from Glendale family's home
GLENDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- A Glendale family was left devastated on Tuesday, after someone stole most of their Christmas gifts from underneath the tree. Less than 24 hours later, however, Glendale Police restored the family's spirit by replacing some of the stolen presents.
45 cats and dogs seized from animal shelter in Arizona
Dozens of cats and dogs have been seized from an animal shelter in Arizona. According to multiple sources, 45 cats and dogs were removed from the Az Dog Adoptions shelter in Phoenix following a welfare check which was conducted on Wednesday.
Phoenix bomb squad looking for vehicle of interest in unexplained explosions incidents
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- Phoenix Police officials have released an update Thursday afternoon on a series of incidents where people reported explosive sounds in Northwest Phoenix. According to the statement, the calls for service were made between October 1 and December 1. Calls were made in an area betwe
UPDATE: Southbound I-17 back open at motorcycle crash in Phoenix
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- A motorcycle crash forced the Arizona Department of Public Safety to close southbound Interstate 17 north of Indian School Road for about an hour Wednesday afternoon.
Police: Pedestrian critically hurt after Glendale hit-and-run
GLENDALE, AZ - Authorities are searching for the driver who hit a man walking in a crosswalk in Glendale on Monday night and drove away from the scene. That man, identified as 67-year-old Kenneth Cahill, remains at the hospital and is "receiving emergency treatment as he fights for his life," the Gl
Suns Owner Robert Sarver Threatening to Move Team to Seattle or Las Vegas
The Phoenix Suns are the latest professional sports franchise contemplating a relocation if they don't get a new arena deal. Per Laurie Roberts of the Arizona Republic, Suns owner Robert Sarver is threatening city officials with a move to Seattle or Las Vegas.
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio files defamation suit against several media outlets
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)-- Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has filed a lawsuit against several media outlets for "false light and defamation." The lawsuit was filed on Monday.
Mesa man charged in 3 killings pleads to burglary counts
PHOENIX (AP) - A man charged with killing three people in burglaries nearly seven years ago in metro Phoenix has pleaded guilty to three unrelated burglaries. Michael Lee Crane, who was at times combative and chuckling during the Wednesday hearing, said he was changing his plea "under duress."
VIDEO: Phoenix police chief defends PD over officer-involved shootings
Phoenix PD chief responds to NYT article about officer-involved shootings. So far in 2018, there have been 41 officer-involved shootings in Phoenix -- almost twice as many as the year before. Now, the Phoenix Police Chief is defending her department against a New York Times article she says misrepre
Report: Lakers not offering Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, Kyle Kuzma for Suns’ Trevor Ariza
The Los Angeles Lakers appear to be one of the front-runners to land Trevor Ariza via trade with the Phoenix Suns, but they won’t give away any of their young core to do so, according to Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times. Turner writes:
Want to work at Phoenix Open? Catering company hiring 400 to feed the masses
M Culinary Concepts will hire hundreds of servers, bartenders, buffet attendants and prep cooks for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The job fair is Dec. 15, the event is Jan. 29 - Feb. 3.
Motorcycle crash closes part of Interstate 10 west of Phoenix
A serious injury collision involving a motorcycle forced a shutdown of eastbound Interstate 10 near Litchfield Road Wednesday. Eastbound I-10 between was shut down at Litchfield Road by the Department of Public Safety while the crash was investigated early Wednesday evening. All eastbound traffic wa
PD: Man hit in crosswalk, driver took off in Glendale
GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Police are looking for the driver who hit a man who was in a crosswalk in Glendale on Monday night. The crash happened at 60th and Glendale avenues around 7 p.m.
Phoenix mom, 5-year-old son killed in SR-51 crash
A 31-year-old mother and her 5-year-old son were killed in a four-vehicle crash on State Route 51 Monday evening, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said. Jennifer Vegtel and her son, Logan, suffered fatal injuries in the crash, DPS said.
Phoenix City Council set for 2 big votes Wednesday that could affect taxpayers
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) − Two big votes will come down from Phoenix City Hall today and both of those could affect how your tax dollar are spent. The Phoenix City Council is scheduled to vote on a water rate hike and a massive renovation that could happen at Talking Stick Resort Arena.