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Liz Cheney says 2 Arizona GOP candidates are a threat to democracy

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) warned during an ASU event Wednesday that the outcome of Arizona's governor and secretary of state elections will impact the future of American democracy.The "democracy dialogue" was hosted by the McCain Institute for International Leadership. Rep. Liz Cheney and John S. McCain democracy fellow Sofia Gross at a McCain Institute event at Arizona State University. Photo: Jessica Boehm/AxiosWhy it matters: Cheney is a vocal critic of former President Trump and has pledged to campaign against candidates who promote his lies about Democrats "stealing" the 2020 election, including Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.She's also the top Republican...
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Trump campaign still owes Arizona cities thousands in past event fees

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Former President Donald Trump will be back on the campaign trail in Arizona on Oct. 9, supporting Republican candidates ahead of early voting. However, when he takes the stage in Mesa, he will be doing so in a city where his campaign still owes tens of thousands of dollars for a past event.

Downtown Tempe hosts Sunday Fun-Days for fall

It's sure to be a fun-filled fall with the return of several popular family-friendly fun events in Downtown Tempe. Favorites like the Second Sundays on Mill series and annual Halloween Stroll ensure Sundays will be fun-days in Tempe this October, according to a news release from the Downtown Tempe Authority. 

Phoenix Sky Harbor will add a fourth taxiway

Sky Harbor International Airport is planning upgrades to its runway space with a new taxiway overpass backed by federal funds from the bipartisan infrastructure law enacted last year. The project is funded in part through the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that President Joe Biden signed in November,...

Things to do: 6 haunted houses around the Valley you don’t want to miss

As Halloween looms near, empty buildings are transformed into Spirit Halloween stores and pumpkins begin appearing in bulk at stores. The time has come for haunted houses galore. We’ve compiled a list of haunted houses around the Valley that you won’t want to miss. Scarizona Scaregrounds is home...

Tempe plans to reopen water reclamation plant amid grinding drought

The Kyrene Water Reclamation Facility, built in the late 1980s and closed by budget cuts in 2010, is being brought back online as a part of Tempe’s response to the ongoing drought. The plant will collect and recycle wastewater, used mainly to recharge aquifers beneath the city. The announcement...

Best Fall Events in Phoenix With Kids

The best fall events in Phoenix with kids can be found right here! We have dozens of options all around the Valley, plus some options around Arizona. Listings are alphabetically by city for the Phoenix Metro area. Remember to check the event venue for any updates before attending. We are...
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Downtown Buckeye ready for ‘Rockin’ & Shoppin’’

Celebrate fall in Downtown Buckeye at the Rockin’ & Shoppin’ festivities from Oct. 7 to Oct. 9. This free multi-day event has plenty of fun and activities for the entire family. Enjoy live and local entertainment throughout the weekend. New this year is Sangria at Sunset from 5...

Clayco tops out Skye on 6th in Downtown Phoenix

Yesterday Clayco, a full-service, turnkey real estate, architecture, engineering, design-build and construction firm celebrated the topping out of the new residential tower, Skye on 6th, in downtown Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row Arts District. The Shepley Bulfinch-designed structure is owned by Chicago-based developer Hubbard Street Group and scheduled for completion in summer 2023.

Surprise looking for city ambassadors

The city of Surprise is looking for volunteers to join its new Servants of Surprise (S.O.S.) program. These volunteers will work to raise awareness and participate in outreach efforts to help connect individuals and families in crisis to resources in the community. Through strategic partnerships with a growing number of...

Watch Colton Shone get spooked at Terror in Tolleson!

TOLLESON, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - If you’re looking for something a little spooky to celebrate Halloween this season, we’ve got just the place. Throughout the month, Arizona’s Family is celebrating Halloween with all things haunted and eerie in the Valley to give you an idea of what to do this month with your family and friends. This week’s featured location is Terror in Tolleson!

Phoenix Parks and Recreation GO Bond Subcommittee moves closer to finalizing $109 million budget

The city of Phoenix Parks and Recreation General Obligation Bond (GO Bond) Subcommittee may cut millions of dollars from four proposed projects to fund three new ones. The Parks and Recreation Subcommittee is one of eight subcommittees for the proposed 2023 GO Bond program, which is worth $500 million. The bond money would fund a variety of needs in Phoenix, including city facility repairs and the construction of vital infrastructure. After subcommittee meetings have concluded, project plans will be finalized and approved by the Executive Bond Committee. Arizonans will then decide whether to approve the GO Bond Program by casting their vote in the 2023 special election.

Final repairs underway on US 60 in Tempe after water main break in May

Crews started the final repairs on U.S. 60 in Tempe on Sunday after a water transmission line burst in May, causing heavy flooding and damage to the freeway. The roadway was closed for more than two weeks between Loop 101 and Interstate 10 after the water main broke on May 7 near McClintock Drive. In May, crews had done concrete paving and lane striping work to reopen the freeway in both directions for drivers.

Abrazo celebrates two years in Surprise

Abrazo Surprise Hospital, the city’s first full service hospital, marks its second anniversary in October as it continues to provide medical care close to home for Surprise-area residents. The neighborhood hospital, located at the southwest corner of West Bell Road and Loop 303, opened its doors Oct. 12, 2020....