Ducey plans to shame ‘deadbeat’ parents on social media

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey plans to shame parents who have not paid child support by posting their photos on social media. Ducey's plan faces opposition from Arizona state Rep. Eric Meyer.

Gov. Doug Ducey said he supports the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would eliminate some trade barriers between countries over time. (Photo by Curtis Spicer/Cronkite News)

Mayors talk guns on campus, as Arizona regents vote against carry bills

WASHINGTON - When mayors of college towns gathered here Wednesday to discuss law enforcement challenges that come with having a campus in their cities, the University of Central Florida's police chief steered them toward several possible solutions.

Court reinstates man’s conviction in sexual abuse of disabled niece

WASHINGTON - A divided federal appeals court Thursday reinstated a man's conviction in the 2011 sexual abuse of his severely disabled niece on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation.

Arizona lawmakers split on Obama’s final State of the Union address

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama delivered a final State of the Union address Tuesday that focused on his administration's triumphs while looking toward the country's future.

Arizona well-represented in Capitol audience for State of the Union

WASHINGTON - While the rest of the nation watched from their living rooms, a handful of Arizonans had front-row seats Tuesday night to President Barack Obama's eighth, and final, State of the Union address.

Gov. Ducey promises a year of education reform and economic improvement

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey emphasized the progress his administration has made in the past year in balancing the state’s budget on Monday and promised to move billions of dollars into education funding in 2016.

Doug Ducey photo

Storify: State of the Union Address coverage

This Storify previews and covers the 2016 State of the Union Address, the last for President Obama.

Obama on Obamcare

FYI: Arizona lags behind other states in worker’s compensation benefits

Editor's note: This is part of an ongoing series called FYI, which examines Arizona stories and issues using multimedia and data.

Worker's compensation photo

Mexican border city grapples with possibility of legalizing marijuana

CIUDAD JUAREZ – Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled this fall that individuals have the right to grow marijuana for personal use, but on the border many are divided over the issue.

Former inmate’s new purpose: Get Arizona’s ex-cons to move on and find jobs

He stands in the middle of the conference room, looking out at his disciples in a building not far from the hum of Sky Harbor airport. They stare back, entranced by his presence.

Arizona Prison Complex photo