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Drone War Races holds inaugural AZ event at Tempe golf course

A different kind of race is happening on Saturday in Tempe at the Shamilar Country Club near Price and Southern. This race is in the sky and with hundreds of drones. “It's becoming a huge sport all... → Read More

Fundraiser to help mom who lost daughter, ex-husband in car acci

A car wash to raise money for something unexpected and devastating.“The oldest two are doing really well and recovering right now and are back home and doing good,” said Paulina Kingsby who lost he... → Read More

12 blind teens preparing to hike Grand Canyon

12 teens are doing a practice hike on North Mountain preparing for a more challenging hike at the Grand Canyon, but what makes this hike more challenging for them, is that they're all legally blind... → Read More

Create your own superhero at the Heard Museum

A new exhibit opened on Saturday at the Heard Museum in Phoenix and it allows kids to be interactive and create their own superhero. One of the exhibit's artists is Jay Odjick, “There's a bunch of ... → Read More

Man fatally shot at Phoenix apartment complex

Just after 3:30 Saturday morning, a 911 operator got a call that somebody heard gunshots at an apartment complex near I-17 and Bethany Home Road.We were in a dead sleep and we heard two gunshots,” ... → Read More

Free Comic Book Day hits the Valley

It's free comic book day at Samurai Comics in Phoenix as a way to get people interested in these entertaining stories.“Originally there was four companies that did it to entice people to come in an... → Read More

Thousands fill downtown Tempe for Pat's Run

Honoring a hero, as thousands participate in the 11th Annual Pat's Run that starts and ends at Arizona State University in downtown Tempe.“Everybody is very supportive and it just shows how much ev... → Read More

Buckeye Walmat evacuated due to bomb threat

A Walmart in Buckeye was evacuated and closed after a suspicious backpack was found.The bomb squad was sent in to take at a strange backpack at the Walmart near Watson and Yuma road. Everyone had t... → Read More

Dragon Boat races glide across Tempe Town Lake

You can hear the beat of the drum, as paddlers keep rhythm in the 12th Annual Arizona Dragon Boat Festival on Tempe Town Lake.“It's free to the public, come hang out enjoy this weather,” said Raven... → Read More

Wet 'N' Wild opens for the season

Wet ‘N' Wild near 43rd Ave and Pinnacle Peak where the water rides fired back up on Sunday along with a few new attractions.“The lazy river won't be lazy anymore, and we have more food, more fun, w... → Read More

900 people attend COPS fundraiser

About 900 people took part in Sunday’s Concerns of Police Survivors 5K Run or Walk → Read More

3D figurine of yourself in a Dbacks uniform

Batter up! Spring Training is getting underway for our Arizona Diamondbacks. They are having an exhibition game Tuesday, March 3, at 3 p.m. They'll take on ASU at the Salt River Fields. → Read More

Thousands of Boy Scouts show off their skills in Glendale

Kids of all ages showed up to the University of Phoenix Stadium Saturday to show off their scouting accomplishments. → Read More

20 Chihuahuas hit the road to find new homes

Multiple animal welfare organizations have teamed up to help homeless Chihuahuas find new homes across the country on the Chi Express. → Read More

Valley woman runs 100th marathon to support local nonprofit

69-year-old Ila Brandli, has just returned from running eight marathons in seven days on seven different continents, and her next adventure is to raise money for a local Maricopa County organization, Girls on the Run. → Read More

In the Kitchen With… Amy Hall

We’re back in the kitchen this week with Amy Hall, mother of three and wife of president and CEO of the Diamondbacks Derrick Hall. → Read More

Racing against the clock for $6,000 worth of auto tools

It's a race to change the tires, fuel filter, spark plugs and wires, and then cross the line as a team. It’s this year’s Pit Crew Challenge held at the Bondurant School of High Performance Driving. → Read More

Dog expert Cesar Millan talks tips, tricks for pet training

Dog whisperer Cesar Millan is bringing a new season of Cesar 911 to homes everywhere tonight, traveling to neighborhoods to help owners train and love their four-legged friends. → Read More

Hiker accidentally shot in South Mountain Park in Phoenix

Police say a man shot while hiking in south Phoenix was likely hit by a stray bullet from a private gun club. → Read More

Inside look at the new A's stadium in Mesa

Hohokam Stadium in Mesa has changed for another ball club to call it home. → Read More