President Trump’s plan for Western wildfires; how lawmakers are helping outdoor workers; and more
Heroin and meth are a deadly mix; how the Smithsonian honored Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary; and more.
Puerto Ricans demanding Gov. Ricardo Rossello resign; a Native American history app; and more.
El Chapo’s supermax super-sentence; the grade on shade; and more.
Trump’s Twitter outrage; Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary; and more.
New Trump order limits asylum; Phoenix organization reaches out to homeless youth; and more
First West Nile death of the season confirmed; Democrats push to protect workers in extreme heat; and more
Hearing on child’s death in ICE detention; hate crime sought in fatal stabbing; and more.
Agents accused of sexually abusing migrant children in Yuma; fighting hepatitis A in Phoenix; and more.
Ruling could doom ‘Obamacare’; immigration cooperation required; and more.
Starbucks takes heat over police encounter; center eases pain for child sex-abuse survivors; and more.
Basketball and the LGBTQ rights movement; plus a local baseball community helps a young player fight cancer
The fight over the future development and urbanization of Arizona’s public lands
Ducey suspends funding for Nike plant; Trump’s Fourth of July military display; and more.
Unfair lending targeted; a penny more for picnics; and more.
Phoenix, LA groups partner to help immigrants; a local boxing gym helps youth stay off the streets; and more.
Immigrant detention facility opens in Yuma; mumps outbreak confirmed in ICE facilities; and more.
Citizen question blocked on 2020 census; Heard Museum’s second annual teacher institute program; and more.
Rally supports Phoenix police; details on Catholic priest abuses; and more.
Police in Plain View; sex-ed changes rejected; and more.
Debate on retardant used on wildfires; Arizona physicians take a new course on opioid prescription guidelines; and more.
Woodbury Fire prompts evacuations; Vegan tattoo ink; GI Bill nears 75th anniversary; and more.
Border Patrol needs funds; Phoenix police budget approved despite protests; and more.
Rallies protest Phoenix police conduct; residents demand change; and more.
Trump’s deportation tweet; White House’s expected response to twitter declaration; and more.
Father speaks about being held at gunpoint by Phoenix police; the Phoenix Mercury host Pride Night; and more
7-year-old found dead in the desert; Phoenix Rising athletes travel abroad for championships; and more
Fewer undocumented immigrants are arriving from Mexico, a report says; Arizona’s universal licensing regulations get a warm reception at the White House, and more.
Arizona is third for violent crimes against Indigenous women; a clean water rule is under siege on Capitol Hill; and more.
CBP discovers a cyber attack; Arizona congressman introduces a resolution opposing tariffs on Mexico; and more.
Hepatitis A outbreak in 8 Arizona counties; excessive heat contributing to above-average wildfire risk; and more.
Tariffs on Mexican goods begin Monday; a cross-border shooting in Texas may have implications in Arizona; and more.
Crush of migrants strains resources; Jewish group presses for health care for undocumented migrants; and more.
Permanent ban on uranium mining at the Canyon proposed; Maricopa County animal centers battle virus; and more.
Mesa donates as ambulance to Sonoran city; monsoon season is expected to come later this year; and more.
Old munitions complicate Maroon Fire; hydrant flushing keeps Glendale water flowing; and more.
Top consumer stories around Arizona; how families are impacted from changes in the tax code; and more
Top stories from our government and justice team; how rescue dogs are trained for natural disasters; and more
Top stories from our education team; vape detectors installed in school bathrooms; and more
Top stories from our Washington bureau; fighting to keep migrant families together; and more
Tops stories from our borderlands team; missing indigenous women in Arizona; and more
Top stories from our borderlands team; the latest on migrant medical costs; and more
Top stories from our health team; when future doctors learn about alternative treatments for pain; and more
Top stories from our sustainability team; APS plans to store solar energy; and more
Top stories from our health and medical team; a study on bias interfering with patient care; and more
Top stories from our government and justice team; Safford Mayor takes action against opioid crisis; and more
Top stories from our Washington bureau; details on the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan; and more
Top stories from our sports team; inaugural women’s tournament at 2019 Masters; and more
Top stories from our borderlands team; how the proposed border wall would impact wildlife; and more
Top stories from our sustainability team; how to capture the perfect Arizona wildflower photo; and more
Top consumer stories in Arizona; how families are impacted from changes in the tax code; and more
Top stories from our government and justice team; how rescue dogs train for natural disasters; and more
Top stories from our education team; ASU mentioned in college admissions scandal; and more
Top stories from our Washington bureau; protests over immigration; and more
Tops stories from our borderlands team; missing indigenous women; and more
Volunteers search for bodies of migrants in the desert; a change for DACA recipients; and more
Nationwide support for opioid pain treatment; the harmful effects of vaping; and more
Low funding hamstrings Arizona mine safety; art reflects how some artists feel about climate change; and more.
Anti-discrimination in the workplace; program helps inmates re-enter society; and more
Running is a disabled man’s escape; new physical therapy clinics designed for young athletes; and more.
Low vaccination rates mean risk for disease outbreaks; identifying migrant bodies; and more
A new border initiative; oil development on the Navajo Reservation; and more
Another death at the Grand Canyon; changes in emergency voting procedures; and more.
Migrant medical costs, Arcosanti experiment and day care inspections
Migrants stretching Arizona resources thin; report on Phoenix officer-involved shootings; and more.
Nogales residents rebuffed on razor wire; lessons learned from the Notre Dame fire; and more.
Two distracted driving bills move forward; Legislators react to the Mueller report; and more
Yuma mayor declares a state of emergency; Arizona Attorney General sues ASU over hotel deal; and more.
Flooding in metro Phoenix has negative effects, too; forms help patients make their wishes known; and more
A push for Phoenix PD to carry Narcan; fecal transplants to fight autism symptoms; and more
Free items for underfunded teachers; an ohm alternative to detention; and more
Vice President Pence visits Nogales; further abortion restrictions proposed; and more
How El Paso deals with influx of migrants; Arizona is first state to recognize all out-of-state occupational licenses; and more
Our winning entries in the Regional SPJ Competition; including our coverage of the 2018 midterm election; and more
Our winning entries in the BEA Best of Festival; Including an organization helping homeless veterans; and more
What to do in a road rage situation; Phoenix protesters demand release of the Mueller report; and more
Sen. Martha McSally addresses sexual assault at colleges; a phone number to save teenage lives; and more
Arizona Democrats call for a code of conduct; how Arizona tribes are affecting the drought contingency plan; and more.
An app for wildfire danger; thinning the forest near Flagstaff; and more
President Trump threatens to shut down border entry ports; Sen. Martha McSally on the migrant surge; and more
Backlash over recent military transgender ban; program helps low-income kids receive higher education; and more
Racial bias in the doctor’s office; a documentary that shines a light on discrimination; and more.
Two Phoenix officers exposed to cocaine; federal funding cuts to the Special Olympics; and more.
A new way to treat PTSD; a push to make lemonade Arizona’s state drink; and more.
Latest on Mueller report; Migrants still being dropped off at Greyhound stations; and more
Controversial speakers on college campuses; Junior Citizen Festival aims to get kids outdoors; and more
Phoenix mayor is sworn in; Sen. McSally requests task force on military sex abuse; and more
New drug for postpartum depression; Arizona State in March Madness; and more
A bill to change Arizona’s primary election date; Gov. Ducey talks trade with Mexican ambassador; and more.
Community honors New Zealand mosque victims; Phoenix churches strained by migrants needing help; and more
Valley mosques tighten security; proposed bill would allow loaded guns on school parking lots; and more
The missing and murdered indigenous women of Arizona; Sky Harbor airport impacted by Boeing grounding; and more
Kate Gallego wins mayoral runoff; President Trump grounds Boeing Max jetliners; and more
Phoenix chooses a new mayor; an innovative way to save water in the desert; and more
Selfie-taker attacked by zoo jaguar; sewage water overflowing in Nogales; and more
Volunteers with Aguilas del Desierto search for lost immigrants; the impact DACA is having on the U.S. economy; and more.
Opioid abuse continues to grow in Arizona; how Arizona scientists are working on birth control for mosquitoes; and more.
The effects of the government shutdown; a bill aiming to prevent texting and driving; and more.
Pedestrian death rates climb in Arizona; the latest on Arizona’s drought conditions; and more
Gov. Doug Ducey voices support for vaccinations; the latest Phoenix mayoral debate; and more
The latest on Michael Cohen’s testimony; how scientists are tracking snowfall; and more
How fentanyl impacts Arizonans; Grand Canyon National Park turns 100; and more.
The effect of Venezuelan conflict in Arizona; wildflowers in full bloom; and more
A winter wonderland in Carefree; Amazon donates to support STEM education; and more.
Rain halts the first Cactus League game of the year; a rally to promote gun advocacy; and more
How cattle ranchers are improving the quality of their beef; an owl named Red Snap; and more.
Traveling hours for addiction treatment; how technology is improving medical efficiency; and more.
Protests over President Trump’s national emergency; winter storm hits northern Arizona; and more
National emergency at border declared; preparing ball fields for spring training; and more.
Missing indigenous women honored; your Valentine’s Day flowers’ journey; and more.
The benefits of fentanyl test strips; the Phoenix mayoral debate; and more.
A retired astronaut announces U.S. Senate campaign; six migrant families file legal claims against U.S. government; and more.
Another government shutdown is looming; University of Arizona professor sues the state; and more
Nogales border shooting; veteran suicide rates in Arizona; and more.
Trump’s proposal for aborations; Tempe wastewater tested for drugs; and more.
March for Our Lives pushing for school safety; a new track at ISM Raceway; and more.
What to expect for the State of the Union address; Governor Ducey’s new budget; and more
Arizona transgender community opposes proposed military ban; flooding in Sedona; and more
The biggest fentanyl bust in U.S. history; sports gambling could come to Arizona; and more
A drought plan for Arizona; a highway cleanup effort; and more.
Waste Management Phoenix Open kicks off; Arizona Fortnite player discovers major iPhone bug; and more
#RedForEd lives on in Phoenix; organization petitions to make Tucson Arizona’s first sanctuary city; and more
Government shutdown may be over, but impact perists; high tech license plates come to Arizona; and more
Trump’s new asylum policy goes into effect; AZ March for Our Lives leader runs for office; and more
Lawmakers speak out on the proposal to keep drivers focused; the government shutdown continues; and more
DNA match found in Hacienda Heights rape case; Bodies Revealed exhibit comes to Arizona; and more
An art studio defends the right to free speech; politicians help unpaid workers; and more
With a growing number of houses being built in urban areas, the risk for fire increases
Border wall funding sparks government debate; election tampering concerns; and more
Latinx diversity within design and architecture; DACA recipients get hit with tuition increase; and more
Scientists update the flu vaccine; walk for Alzheimer’s; and more from our health reporters
Arizona’s infamous Tent City is repurposed; Trump’s September visit; and more
Thinning forests to prevent wildfires; sea mud provides clues to Arizona’s monsoon; and more
Honoring U.S. veterans and service members who died by suicide; President Trump’s opposition to birth-right citizenship; and more
Valley Metro investment in South Phoenix education; women in STEM; and more
New bill encourages more research into Valley fever; a new way to detect Alzheimer’s early; and more
Water accumulation from T.S. Rosa; declining water levels at Lake Mead and what it means for the west; and more
Farmers worry about Trump’s trade deal with Canada and Mexico; spring training renovations; and more
Newly recruited Spanish speaking detention officers; immigrants seeking asylum; and more.
Voter turnout; pedestrian friendly streets; helping veterans get off the streets; and more
Latino voting numbers; honoring Sen. John McCain; and more from our Washington D.C. bureau
More recess for students; the Red for Ed movement; and more
Anderson Cooper presented with the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism
A young football player makes an impact; a tribute to Pat Tillman; and more
Missing indigenous women; a Navajo coal plant protest; and more.
Pop Warner football participation numbers drop; artificial intelligence in sports; and more from our Cronkite News: Phoenix Sports bureau.
Arizona Public Service helping California rebuild after the Camp Fire; increasing the female workforce in Construction; and more
Jewish community responds to Pittsburgh synagogue attack; Arizona texting and driving laws; and more
Race-based housing discrimination; ASU women play RezBall in Window Rock; and more
Scientists make changes to the flu vaccine; an annual walk for an Alzheimer’s cure; and more
Honoring U.S. veterans who died by suicide; President Trump’s opposition to birth-right citizenship; and more
A hike to raise awareness for suicide prevention; how a bill can help find a cure for Valley fever; and more
Tropical Storm Rosa’s impact on Arizona; declining water levels at Lake Mead and what it means for the west; and more
Dairy farmers worry about trade deal with Canada, Mexico; spring training renovations in Maryvale; and more
Newly recruited Spanish-speaking detention officers; immigrants seeking asylum; and more
More recess for students across the Phoenix metro area; updates on the the Red for Ed movement; and more
APS volunteers head to California to rebuild the electric grid; a decline in the number of baby saguaro cacti; and more
Tennis … as a learning tool? Plus, how Alzheimer’s impacts more than just the elderly; and more
We look at the late Ed Pastor and his legacy of public service; how climate change is affecting local breweries; and more.
We look at combating impaired driving over the holidays; how llamas may be a key to fighting the flu; and more.
We look at issues at the border; how California is looking to rebuild after wildfires; and more.
A young football player makes an impact; a tribute to Pat Tillman; and more.
We look at travel warnings this holiday season; Arizona seat belt laws; and more.
Phoenix AirBNB hosts open doors to refugees; the California condor makes a comeback; and more
We look at the final results of Arizona’s midterm election; and more.
Over 150 Arizona firefighters are helping contain California wildfires; GCU opened a new e-sports arena; and more
Updates on California wildfires; teachers earn a bonus when their students perform well on AP tests; and more
We look at what the election of Kyrsten Sinema means for Arizona politics; and more.
Arizona’s ballot sorting process, veterans take an Honor Flight; and more.
We look at a Valley football player who’s turning heads; and more.
We look at the overall voting experience and possible improvements for the next election; and more.
We look at the races and propositions that matter to you.
We look at how Maricopa County has prepared for tomorrow’s election; and more.
We look at how parts of Arizona are curbing texting while driving; how one artist is educating the public on a new piece; and more.
We look at how some kids got the treat of citizenship along with their goodies; and more.
We look at how the Valley’s Jewish community is remembering the 11 lives lost on Saturday; and more.
We look at how Phoenix’s Jewish community is reacting to the unthinkable; and more
How judges voted on Prop 207, a Tucson program lends a hand to single mothers; and more
We look at Proposition 127; the history of athlete protests; and more.
Trump addresses domestic terrorist threats; immigrants crossing the southwest border surge; and more
A downtown Phoenix restaurant closes after 90 years; how to get your early ballot in on time; and more.
Local faith leaders have taken in immigrants; women are heating up the welding industry; and more.
Arizona universities use business intelligence programs to raise funds; Trump visits the valley; and more.
Mental health professionals feel the pain of their patients’ suicides; Apple watches may not have accurate health information; and more
DACA recipients are denied in-state tuition; teaching people to embrace the desert – by eating it; and more
Increasing wildfires in the West; politicians push the ‘Build the Wall, Enforce the Law’ Act; and more.
We look at Hurricane Michael’s landfall in Florida; why voter registration numbers are rising; and more.
A new law gives students two recesses; a nonprofit helps the LGBTQ community find jobs; and more
Sustainable farming; a 70-year-old pipeline needs repairing; and more
Flake votes to advance Kavanaugh; athletes who have survived sexual assault speak out; and more
Some Arizona farmers say “not so fast” to NAFTA’s replacement; a group wants to use sunshine to power businesses; and more
Scientists measure impact of recent rainfall; U.S. veterans remember those who lost their lives to suicide; and more
Remnants of Hurricane Rosa drench Arizona; Naco residents cope with a sewage spill; and more
We look at the new trade deal among the U.S., Canada and Mexico; a muralist hoping to inspire new artists; and more.
We look at Sen. Jeff Flake’s stance on the Kavanaugh hearing; Arizona mayor candidates multicultural meeting; and more
We look at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s proceedings; a shortage of pilots in the Air Force; and more
We look at the Arizona prosecutor assisting the Kavanaugh hearing; how Tempe schools are battling vaping among teens; and more.
A new bill could provide millions to fight valley fever; the deadline to register to vote nears; and more.
ASU to bring STEM education to under represented students; Maricopa Co. working out election kinks; and more.
Hurricane Maria survivors deal with the aftermath; Unidos Arizona hosted a voter registration drive in Phoenix; and more.
Maricopa County prepares for the November election; representation of women in the STEM field; and more.
We look at how close the governor’s race is; the immigration debate heats up among lawmakers; and more
A nonprofit helps people with disabilities vote; food truck chefs teach Arizonans with Down syndrome to cook; and more
A photographer makes a difference for the homeless; cryotherapy helps soccer players avoid injury; and more.
Updates on Florence; suicide prevention week; and more.
Red for Ed’s pushes for long-term funding; Native American entrepreneurs; and more.
We look at a rise in online-degree program enrollment; pedestrian-friendly updates in Phoenix; and more.
Arizonans honor the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks; a new effort to reach millennial Latino voters; and more.
We look at ASU’s big football win; a call for more diverse representation on boards of education; and more.
Cronkite News reports on sheep helping solar plants, how the state protects fish; and more.
Cronkite News reports on the cost of being a disabled athlete, bringing football across the border; and more.
Cronkite News reports on disaster prep classes for students, programs fighting hunger during summer; and more.
Cronkite News reports on the life and legacy of Sen. John McCain
Cronkite News reports on becoming a police officer, how senior citizens can avoid identity theft; and more
Cronkite News reports on the successful Final Four bid, how boxing helps patients with Parkinson’s; and more
Cronkite News reports on the economic impact of work visas, Arizona students at the National Spelling Bee; and more
Cronkite News reports on light rail expansion, helping the hearing impaired become better informed voters; and more
Cronkite News reports on number of families turning away from vaccinations, impact of E.coli outbreak; and more
Cronkite News presents “Full Circle,” a special edition newscast that takes you behind the scenes.
Cronkite News reports on harassment in gaming; American football in Mexico; and more.
Cronkite News reports on adults earning their high school diplomas; circus school; and more.
Cronkite News reports on how sheep are helping the environment; how the state is protecting native fish; and more.
Cronkite News reports on how researchers are working to beat the heat; destructive weather; and more.
Cronkite News reports on boxing for Parkinson’s patients, Valley Final Four bid and more.
Cronkite News reports on the number of families declining vaccinations, the impact of an E.coli outbreak and more.
Cronkite News reports what it takes to become a police officer, how seniors can avoid ID theft and more.
Cronkite News reports controversy over light-rail expansion, efforts to help hearing-impaired voters and more
The D.C. bureau reports on how requirements for work visas impact the economy, the national spelling bee and more.
We look at education issues on election ballots this November, Arpaio vs. Ward for senator and more.
We look at developments in treating childhood cancers; the proliferation of “Ninja Warrior”-style gyms; and more.
We look at Waymo’s new partnership with Valley Metro; a camp that teaches children how to preserve marine life in the middle of the desert; and more.
We look at how to protect your family against mosquito-borne diseases; an interactive mural that teaches people how to register to vote; and more.
An evolution in police training; an app for college-bound; and more.
Foods that have the lowest environmental impact; a look at the 28th anniversary of Americans With Disabilities Act; and more.
Should police patrol school hallways?; the Arizona national guard beefs up border security; a look at Meals on Wheels; and more.
Road work in the heat; a $30 million redevelopment grant; and more.
We look at the how the city of Tempe is selling the rubber of the old dam; a design incubator that is helping local designers; and more.
Cronkite News looks at a plea for water donations; a big Navajo solar farm; and more.
Cronkite News looks at new coal-ash regulations; the new goals of the March for Our Lives movement; and more.
We look at the shortage of truck drivers; the reunification of migrant families; and more.
We look at challenges Native Americans face when voting; how binge-watching shows may be harming the planet; and more.
We look at organizations pushing for more voter registration; a camp for adults; and more.
We look at how homeschooling is on the rise; mangled metal after the heavy storms; and more.
We look at efforts to diversify the iconic Barbie doll; precautions taken against election hacking; and more.
We look at why the Border Strike Force is receiving more funding; a Native Art Camp; and more.
We look at new rainbow crosswalks in Phoenix; an addition to the Mesa Police Department; and more.
We look at the latest on the SCOTUS nomination; a rise in fentanyl seizures; and more.
We look at how the immigration debate is now reaching the armed services; different ways scientists are avoiding heat disasters; and more.
We look at how volunteers are helping people beat the heat; a new way to look at the immigration debate; and more.
Cronkite News special: Treasured Land
We look at tax petitions; a July 4 naturalization ceremony; and more.
We look at forged signatures on petitions; a new way to celebrate Independence Day; and more.
We look at the drought in Arizona; wild horses in the Navajo Reservation; and more.
We look at the dangers of fireworks; court proceedings for immigrant children; and more.
We look at air pollution in Arizona; the latest bid to reform immigration laws; and more.
Cronkite News looks at the Supreme Court’s latest rulings; Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s rankings; and more.
We look at the H2B visa system; the rise of stay-at-home dads; and more.
We look at immigration policies; Supreme Court ruling on cellphone privacy; and more.
We look at the developments on immigration policies; how to safely dispose of unwanted prescription drugs; and more.
We look at a shift in border policy; how the opioid crisis and border security are related; and more.
Cronkite News looks at the border-policy protests; what you need to know about active-shooter situations; and more.
Cronkite News looks at the Mi Arizona movement; video-game addiction; and more.
We look at the upcoming monsoon season.
We look at new software in the battle against opioid addiction; the loss of a soldier from Chandler; and more.
We look at the latest on the immigration debate; students learning about law enforcement; and more.
We look at families being separated at the border; Native American unemployment rates; and more.
Cronkite News looks at what it takes to be a police officer; the need for donated blood; and more.
Cronkite News looks at Arizona’s approach to the opioid crisis; keeping seniors safe from fraud; and more.
Cronkite News looks at education funding; an increase in activism; and more.
Cronkite News looks at the future of the Miss America competition; a new campus for ASU; and more.
Cronkite News looks at better pavements; light rail expansions; and more.
Cronkite News looks at the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex rights; E. coli outbreaks; and more.
Cronkite News looks at light rail expansion; extreme heat; the latest unemployment figures; and more.
Cronkite News looks at mental-health crisis plans; a rise in bear activity; and more.
Cronkite News looks at Arizona’s efforts to battle opioid addiction; the danger of dirty pools; and more.
The latest on potential curriculum changes, Stanton’s last day as mayor and Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Government and justice reporters bring reports about public policy, law enforcement and more
The D.C. bureau brings reports on the census, border wall, guns and more
Education reporters bring a series of stories on the state and future of Arizona schools and students
Borderlands reporters bring stories on DACA, Native American hoop dancing and more
Health and consumer reporters bring stories on the health and well-being of Arizona communities
Cronkite Sports brings reports on youth soccer, fencing, waste at the Phoenix Open and more
The D.C. bureau brings reports on tribal schools, the congressional baseball shooting and more
The money team brings reports on new business opportunities, trade and funding sources fueling the Arizona economy
Sustainability reporters have stories on plastic bag recycling, bees and more
The D.C. bureau brings you stories about the doomsday clock, dreamer day, infrastructure and more
Government and justice reporters bring you stories about active shooter training, a bill to ban traffic cameras and more
Education reporters bring you stories about an after-school skating program, a new way to look at classrooms and more.
Updates on the second day of #RedForEd walkouts, possible water contamination in Tucson and more
Thousands rally for educational funding at the Red for Ed walkout and more
The latest on a DACA ruling; the Maricopa County homeless population and more.
Congressional District 8 election; benefits of home schooling and more.
Student activists host a ‘die-in’ at the Arizona Capitol; Red for Ed movement
Cronkite News presents “Full Circle,” a special edition newscast that takes you behind the scenes
U.S.-Mexico border security; Arizona teen suicide and more.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s 20 by 2020 plan; the DACA debate and more.
Grand Canyon visitor fees to increase; the Red for Ed movement
Arizona school safety; whitewater rafting in the Grand Canyon and more.
Highlights on education activists’ reaction to Ducey’s plan, safety of pedestrians, businesses helping in correctional facilities and more.
Cronkite News looks at credit card skimmers; the educational challenges of migrant children; how a baseball bat is made and more.
Reports on Gov. Doug Ducey’s plan for Arizona National Guard troops at the border; the census debate in Washington, D.C.; the Mark Zuckerberg trial and more.
The latest on President Trump’s order sending National Guard troops to the border; Equal Pay Day; how Arizonans can remove venomous snakes on their own and more.
Reports on Gov. Doug Ducey’s efforts on border security; student activists push gun reform; helping veterans recover from PTSD and more.
Cronkite News presents “Full Circle,” a first of its kind, special edition newscast that takes you behind the scenes as a stories are produced, reported, edited and eventually broadcast live.
Cronkite News reports on the debate over gun reform; President Trump wants Amazon to pay more taxes; Phoenix light rail expansion and more.
Cronkite News reports on using the U.S. military to secure the border; the Red for Ed movement walk-ins; Sen. John McCain is honored at the Grand Canyon and more.
The latest on President Trump’s idea for a militarized border; Arizona teachers plan school walk-ins; experts predict a drier Southwest spring and more.
Reports on President Trump proclaiming that DACA is dead; one group works with retirees to fill Arizona teacher shortages; people in danger can now text 911 for help and more.
The latest on a Phoenix Red for Ed rally; Native Americans push for Amber Alert access on tribal lands; the Arizona Diamondbacks are set for their 2018 season and more.
Cronkite News reports on the controversy over plans for the border wall along southern New Mexico; helping homeless veterans get off the streets; how ASU students de-stressed with puppies and more.
Highlights of Waymo’s announcement to begin self-driving vehicle service in Arizona this year; the debate over a citizenship question on the U.S. 2020 census; the 15th annual Arizona Dragon Boat Festival and more.
The latest on the debate over gun reform; the U.S. Naval Academy honors Sen. John McCain; how Fountain Hills became an ‘International Dark Sky Community’ and more.
The latest on the March for Our Lives, gun control, signing of the spending bill and the Cavalia horse show.
The latest on an interview with former Mexican President Vicente Fox; ADOT’s wrong-way driver detection system; the controversy over draining Alamo Lake and more.