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Husband and wife dead, 1 injured in Tempe crash

TEMPE, Ariz. — Officials say an elderly couple is dead and another person is injured in a crash in Tempe Thursday morning. The crash happened at the intersection of Southern Avenue and Country Club Way just before 8 a.m.


Arizona Senate OKs bill to create a third tuition rate for universities, colleges

PHOENIX — Courting a possible lawsuit, state senators voted Wednesday to direct the Board of Regents and community college boards to create a special tuition for students who graduate from Arizona high schools but don't qualify as in-state residents.


Crash in Tempe kills elderly man and woman

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Tempe police have closed the intersection of Country Club Way and Southern Avenue for a crash that left an elderly man and woman dead. According to the Tempe Fire Department, the crash happened just before 8 a.m. and involved two vehicles.


Deadly crash closes Tempe intersection

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Tempe police have closed the intersection of Country Club Way and Southern Avenue for a deadly crash. According to the Tempe Fire Department, the crash happened just before 8 a.m. and involved two vehicles.


PD: Man arrested for touching himself inappropriately inside ASU library

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS) -- Police have arrested a man accused of touching himself inappropriately at a library on the ASU campus. Edrick Soto, 35, faces four charges including public sexual indecent exposure and sexual indecency.


Maricopa County Attorney's Office to review fatal Tempe police shooting involving 14-year-old

TEMPE, Ariz. — The Tempe Police Department is forwarding a case involving a police officer who shot and killed a teen suspect with an airsoft gun to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office for review.


PD: 6-year-old found syringe, poked 2 other students with it at Tempe school

TEMPE, Ariz — A 6-year-old boy scratched and poked two 6-year-old girls at Scales Technology Academy with a syringe he found, police say. According to the Tempe Police Department, the syringe the boy found did not have a needle attached to it.


FD: Fire erupts at possible hoarder house in Tempe

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Dozens of firefighters are battling a fire at a possible hoarder's house in Tempe. The fire broke out around 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday near Rural and Broadway roads.


Tempe residents potentially vulnerable after data breach hits local restaurants

Malware impacted restaurants associated with North Country Business Products Inc. such as Zipps Sports Grill and Someburros. A data breach that may have given away “unauthorized access to payment information" has struck a Minnesota-based retail technology services company whose clients include sever


Arizona Teachers Went on Strike. Now Lawmakers Aim to Ban Politics in Classrooms

A specter is haunting Arizona schools – the specter of socialism. That's according to Representative Kelly Townsend, a Republican legislator from Mesa, now the sponsor of a controversial bill that bars teachers from expressing their political ideology or religious beliefs in the classroom.


Tempe home fire apparently fuelled by gas line

Tempe firefighters were at the scene of a house fire that was apparently fueled by a gas line Wednesday night. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.


The Latest: Storm closes eastbound I-40 in Arizona

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The Latest on Arizona weather (all times local):. Eastbound Interstate 40 has been closed in northwestern Arizona because of a storm dumping heavy snow across much of the state's high country.


Phoenix PD searching for 3 in connection to deadly shooting over cell phone

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Phoenix police are looking for three people who may have information on a shooting over a cell phone that left one man dead. The shooting happened last Wednesday outside a McDonald's near 19th Avenue and Baseline Road.


Snow from Arizona storm shuts down schools, highways and Flagstaff airport

FLAGSTAFF (AP) — Schools, highways and businesses and even medical clinics were closed Thursday as a major, record-breaking storm descended on north-central Arizona, dousing some areas with almost two feet of snow.


Tempe 1-year-old one of four kids in AZ diagnosed with AFM in 2018

TEMPE, Ariz. — A couple of months ago, Cooper Hernandez was just like any other 10-month-old. He was smiling, laughing and had just learned to crawl, but that changed in a matter of just four short hours in September.


17 Valley men arrested for child sex crimes in undercover investigation

PHOENIX — Seventeen Valley men were arrested for child sex crimes as the result of an undercover operation involving multiple agencies. Mesa Police Department partnered with Tempe Police Department, Homeland Security Investigations and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office for the investigation, cal


Spinato’s closes its original Tempe pizzeria, reopens in larger building

PHOENIX – Two weeks after closing its original Tempe restaurant, a family-owned Valley pizza place is up and running a few blocks away. Spinato’s Pizzeria & Family Kitchen started service Monday at 96 S. Rockford Drive, just east of the Tempe Marketplace off Rio Salado Parkway.


Scottsdale attorney disbarred following state bar investigation

The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court along with a Disciplinary Hearing Panel ordered attorney Marcy E. Golomb of Scottsdale be disbarred after abandoning clients, keeping client funds and failing to comply with the State Bar of Arizona investigation.


Pinal teen one of the victims in fatal crash; driver charged with murder

SAN TAN VALLEY -- A San Tan Valley teenager has been identified as one of the victims in a deadly car accident reported Tuesday morning. Amonte Deshawn Jones, 18, of Mesa and Chase James Bulmahn, 18, of San Tan Valley have been identified as two of the victims traveling in a car that crashed through


Babies born with syphilis in Maricopa County at much higher rate than US average, officials say

PHOENIX — Health officials in Arizona's largest county say that babies are being born with syphilis at a rate that is almost 60 percent higher than the national average. According to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health, the county's congenital syphilis rate has more than doubled in the l