Kylee Cruz, FOX 5 Las Vegas

Kylee Cruz

FOX 5 Las Vegas

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Kylee:

One million people expected in downtown Phoenix for Super Bowl LVII festivities

If you do plan to head downtown, organizers encourage you to take the light rail. It’s free to people who are going to any Super Bowl event downtown. → Read More

New COVID subvariant ‘XBB.1.5′ begins circulating across the US, draws concern in Arizona

According to the CDC, XBB.1.5 makes up more than 40% of new cases across the country. → Read More

Going away for the holidays? Some Valley police departments will keep an eye on your home

Valley are police departments including Scottsdale, Peoria and Chandler offer vacation watch services. → Read More

Sky Train expands at Sky Harbor just in time for holiday travel rush

After years of planning and constructing, the Sky Train will now have two additional stops. → Read More

Test positive for COVID? Valley doctor shares best home remedies

Dr. Michael White says acetaminophen like Tylenol might help with aches, pains and high fever but there’s one over-the-counter medicine you might want to avoid. → Read More

Best products to give your sick kid? Valley pediatricians weigh in

If your child's fever lasts longer than five days, it's time to take them into the doctor's. → Read More

St. Mary’s Food Bank starts distribution drive, still 4,400 turkeys short

The group is expected to provide a holiday meal to 18,000 families this year. → Read More

Former President Obama visiting Phoenix as race heats up days before Election Day

Former President Obama will rally for Democrat Katie Hobbs and Mark Kelly at an event in Phoenix today in an effort to drum up support for Democrats in Arizona. → Read More

More people are backing out of buying a home in the Phoenix area

ARMLS data also shows monthly home sales are down 29%, but some recent data from third parties say it's dropping even faster. → Read More

City of Phoenix trying to recruit more landlords for Section 8 housing voucher program

Starting this month, the voucher is now worth more--something city leaders hope will bring more landlords onboard. → Read More

Early voting starts today, 12 vote centers open in Maricopa County

Election season is officially underway with early voting starting Wednesday across Arizona! → Read More

Arizona women cross state lines to receive abortion services

Some clinics in neighboring states are seeing a surge in demand for abortion services following a judge’s recent ruling allowing Arizona to enforce a near-total abortion ban. → Read More

Gas prices remain high in Arizona, fluctuate around the US: here’s why

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- One of the longest gas price declines on record has come to an end after 14 consecutive weeks GasBuddy reports the nation’s average gas price is now $3.67, which is 3.2 cents higher than a week ago. Meanwhile, the costs in Arizona are much higher. Last week, the average cost for regular unleaded was about $3.98. As of Tuesday morning, it’s now $4.18. According to AAA… → Read More

Arizona schools deal with increasing food costs, supply issues

Peoria Unified School District says food costs are up around 30% this year. → Read More

English pub in central Phoenix hosts viewing event for Queen’s funeral

George and Dragon English Pub near Central and Indian School stayed open all night long. → Read More

Majority of Arizona students fail recent statewide tests

Overall, 41% of Arizona students passed the English Language Arts section while only 33% passed math. → Read More

New COVID boosters available at some Phoenix-area pharmacies, doctor’s offices

Arizona health officials say more than 35,000 doses have already arrived. → Read More

University of Arizona starts another school year with nearly 9,000 first-year students

The university is also preparing for several health threats including COVID-19 and monkeypox. → Read More

Flu shots already being offered at some Valley pharmacies

Some health experts believe this flu season could be worse than recent ones. → Read More

Mental health clinic for kids opens in the Phoenix area, offers 24/7 care

Data from NAMI also shows 87,000 Arizona kids ages 12-17 have depression → Read More