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Explore a prototype moon colony this weekend at ASUExplore a prototype moon colony this weekend at ASUUpdated: Wednesday, March 14 2018 12:19 AM EDT2018 03 14 04:19:42 GMT

ASU happy to be in NCAA Tournament, ready for play in gameASU happy to be in NCAA Tournament, ready for play in gameUpdated: Tuesday, March 13 2018 11:27 PM EDT2018 03 14 03:27:54 GMT

Tra Holder, left, and Shannon Evans II. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

Tra Holder, left,
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and Shannon Evans II. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

It’s a thrill for the seniors on the squad, as their college careers will end in the NCAA Tournament.

It’s a thrill for the seniors on the squad, as their college careers will end in the NCAA Tournament.

State has budget surplus but no promises for more teacher pay raisesState has budget surplus but no promises for more teacher pay raisesUpdated: Tuesday, March 13 2018 11:27 PM EDT2018 03 14 03:27:32 GMT

The state budget is expected to have an extra quarter billion dollars in the budget but it’s unclear how much of that teachers will get. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

A non partisan committee said the state government has about $247 million more than expected but it’s unclear where that money will go.

A non partisan committee said the state government has about $247 million more than expected but it’s unclear where that money will go.

Documentary screening gives new insight into the Phoenix LightsDocumentary screening gives new insight into the Phoenix LightsUpdated: Tuesday, March 13 2018 10:08 PM EDT2018 03 14 02:08:30 GMT

Dr. Lynne Kitei is behind a new documentary behind the Phoenix Lights. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

Dr. Lynne Kitei is behind a new documentary behind the Phoenix Lights. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

It was 21 years ago on Tuesday that thousands of people witnessed an amazing show in the sky that has become known simply as the Phoenix Lights. And this coming Sunday, Valley residents have a chance to experience it again

It was 21 years ago on Tuesday that thousands of people witnessed an amazing show in the sky that has become known simply as the Phoenix Lights. And this coming Sunday, Valley residents have a chance to experience it again.

Peoria officer helps expecting couple whose baby items were stolenPeoria officer helps expecting couple whose baby items were stolenUpdated: Tuesday, March 13 2018 9:39 PM EDT2018 03 14 01:39:15 GMT

A Peoria police officer helped gather baby items for a couple after their stuff was stolen. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

A Peoria police officer helped gather baby items for a couple after their stuff was stolen. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)
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