Lake Michigan to Catherine Hollowell and her tribe isn't just a vital source of clean water.
Phoenix - Every day dozens of food vendors like Marta Rojas push and pedal small carts on Phoenix streets selling a variety of snacks from corn in a cup to mangos on a stick.
With the presidential election in November, immigration has been one of the most talked-about issues. Cronkite News wants to know how immigration affects you.
Seven years after organizing a 16-month boycott of Arizona over anti-immigration legislation, the National Council of La Raza will hold its 2017 national convention in Phoenix, NCLR president and CEO Janet Murguia said Friday.
WASHINGTON - Border Patrol agents nearing retirement are being locked into a set number of overtime hours under a policy aimed at controlling pension costs that could end up driving scheduling decisions, a recent report said.
MESA - Two years ago, when she became a Mormon, Andrea Hunt faced opposition from her staunchly Catholic Guatemalan family.
PHOENIX - A new report by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce shows Latinos spend more per capita than other groups eating out, and that has restaurants catering to these "super consumers."
TEMPE - Four giant puppets towered over the stage.
Cody Friedland self-identifies as a half-White, half-Filipino Republican millennial.
PHOENIX - Kaylan Fodor stood in the hot sun outside of the Arizona State University Memorial Union. Despite her efforts to stop them, students rushed past her.