Kris Mayes’ lead increases slightly in attorney general’s race

Howard Fisher Capitol Media Services Democrat Chris Mays has a narrow lead over Abe Hamade in Friday’s race for Arizona Attorney General. About 2.59 million votes were tallied as of Friday night, and Mays currently has 1,252,882 votes. That’s 570 more him than the Republican candidate. State officials estimate there are only about 6,100 votes […]

Trees uprooted, streets flooded after severe storms hit the East Valley

Gilbert, Arizona (3TV/CBS 5) – Storms in the East Valley have left debris in the yards of many homes and uprooted trees. Severe weather hit around 9pm, bringing heavy rain and wind to areas such as Gilbert and Mesa. According to Gilbert Police, calls for services regarding fallen trees, power lines and road debris were […]

Early morning storms bring heavy rain, power outages to the Valley

Phoenix (3TV/CBS 5) – It rained heavily in the early morning, creating lots of thunder and lightning. Several warnings were issued over flooding concerns throughout Thursday morning. The first warning weather day was declared in the morning. A Valley resident posted a photo and video on our First Alert Weather Facebook group of a palm […]

Moonlight hike March 31 at Usery Mountain Regional Park in Mesa

Join Ranger Kevin for an evening hike under the stars at Usery Mountain Regional Park at 3939 N. Usery Pass Road in Mesa on Friday, March 31 from 6-8pm. Limited to 20 people. To register, call the Usery Nature Center at extension 602-506-2930. Register for Moonlight Hike at No. 4. Registration for the program closes […]

Central MN Zoo Is Up For ‘Minnesota’s Best Minnesotan Landmark’

Everyone loves a zoo! The One Central Minnesota Zoo is not only a fun place to go when it opens, it aspires to be what Minnesota’s Best calls the best “Minnesota Landmark.”So what are you waiting for, go and vote Hemker Zoo, you can vote once a day until April 5th. The Hemker Zoo is […]

Storms hit parts of Arizona, rain expected overnight in Phoenix area

Phoenix (3TV/CBS 5) – Parts of Arizona felt the effects of the monsoon on Sunday night, but the Valley is still waiting for rain. A viewer sent us a video of rain in Morenci, northeast of Safford. Around 6:00 p.m., dust swept through the Casa Grande area, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a […]

Storms move into the Valley for another round of monsoon weather

Phoenix (3TV/CBS 5) — Monsoon weather continued in the state as rain, wind and dust hit parts of the valley on Sunday night. ! The storm moved from the north and slowly made its way into the valley. Around 4:30 pm, dust was found on Loop 303 in the Northwest Gorge. The Arizona Department of […]

Thunderstorms, wind down power lines in Apache Junction, thousands without power

Phoenix (3TV/CBS 5) — A thunderstorm from the north hits the Phoenix area, bringing strong winds to the East Valley. We have declared Tuesday as the first warning weather day. Over 4,600 of his SRP customers at Apache Junction are out of power due to the weather. Several intersections in the city are closed due […]

Line of dust moves into the southeast Valley

Phoenix (3TV/CBS 5) — It looks like the monsoon season isn’t over yet. The Phoenix metro area was previously under a blowout advisory as dust rolled into the valley Friday night, Arizona Family News reported. I saw a hazy cloud of dust covering the Drivers should be aware of flying dust and slow down. The […]

Apaches tell court copper mine would harm sacred sites | National

PHOENIX (AP) — A group of Native Americans seeking to halt efforts to build one of the largest copper mines in the United States said Tuesday at a full federal appeals court panel that the project would take land that the Apaches consider to be land. He said that destroying them would prevent them from […]