Jared Dillingham, azfamily 3TV CBS 5

Jared Dillingham

azfamily 3TV CBS 5

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Jared:

Road trip for Antelope Canyon’s smallest crowds of the year

The last three weeks of December are often the best time to visit Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon, as well as Page! → Read More

Inspired by the Cards’ Trip, consider a trip to Mexico City!

Mexico’s capital city is one of the biggest cities on Earth, based on population! → Read More

Road tripping to the “Goblin’s Lair” in Utah!

Goblin Valley might have the spookiest name for a state park, but don’t let it scare you away! → Read More

Road tripping to the “Goblin’s Lair” in Utah!

Goblin Valley might have the spookiest name for a state park, but don’t let it scare you away! → Read More

A Guide to Visiting Horseshoe Bend: Parking, hiking, and avoiding the crowd

Aside from the iconic view, several factors make Horseshoe Bend a draw for visitors. Chief among them: it’s accessible and convenient! → Read More

San Tan Valley family warns against drug sales on social media after teen’s death

Alexander Neville’s parents believe he died after taking a single painkiller before bed. → Read More

A unique show takes the stage in Mesa after two-year hiatus

The city’s “Adaptive Theater” program features young actors and actresses with various intellectual disabilities. → Read More

ASU professor teaching in Poland volunteers with Ukrainian refugees

Jessica Hirshorn is on a Fulbright Scholarship for the semester and teaching at the University of Warsaw. → Read More

Arizona gem mine rebuilding after the Bush Fire

When the Bush Wildfire burned through nearly 200,000 acres northeast of the Valley, the flames raced up the side of Four Peaks, scorching everything in their path, including the mine. → Read More

Scottsdale woman 'canceled' after Target tirade blames mental health issues

"I don't know if I'll be able to fix everybody's hurt, but I sure have tried. It was the hardest thing, asking for forgiveness, but it was also the most → Read More

New grant helps pet owners in need around Phoenix

The grant allows the department to send an employee door-to-door in one of the most poverty stricken areas in Phoenix. → Read More

Arizona couple enjoys lucrative life as 'Amazon sellers'

Before we order on Amazon, an army of individual shoppers heads out, hunting for deals to stock the company's warehouses. → Read More

Cindy McCain talks about her husband's legacy and decision for McSally to fill his seat

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Nearly five months after her husband's death from brain cancer, Cindy McCain is still finding new reasons to celebrate his legacy around the world. → Read More

Out of Africa safari park tests cannabis on exotic animals

Exotic animals at a safari park in Northern Arizona are being treated for the first time with oil derived from hemp plants in the cannabis family. → Read More

Video of Arizona dad praising son's makeup sparks conversation o

An Arizona father's gut reaction to his son applying eye makeup went viral this month, and the duo hopes it spreads a message of love and acceptance. → Read More

Scottsdale PD stages active shooter scene in Old Town club

Scottsdale Police staged a unique training scenario at a nightclub in Old Town this week, designed to put officers in situations as close to 'real life' as possible. → Read More

ASU using sewage to measure opioid use, abuse

The lab obtains pooled samples of raw sewage and then identifies concentrations of various opioids, including morphine, codeine, oxycodone, heroin and fentanyl. → Read More

CD 8 special election: Get to know Hiral Tipirneni

When she was nine, she spent a couple weeks in the hospital battling typhoid fever. That experience helped put her on a path toward a career in medicine. → Read More

Military wife alleges abuse, coverup in the Army

At a time when the public is constantly reminded to "say something" if we "see something," Kimberly feels like she's doing her part, but no one is listening. → Read More

New tattoos bring voices back to life

A growing number of tattoo artists in Arizona are able to create new "sound wave tattoos." → Read More