December 19, 2016: Consumer Special

Cronkite News special: Protecting your money, health and way of life

What do you think about podcasts?

Podcasts are a growing medium for telling stories and covering news.

December 13, 2016: Health Special

Cronkite News special: Protecting your health and your way of life

Sky Harbor had 24,247 noise complaints in 2015 after flight-path shift

WASHINGTON _ Neighbors of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport filed 24,247 complaints about noise at the facility in 2015, one of the highest rates among airports studied in a recent George Mason University report.

Flight Path

Experts: It’s not too late to vaccinate for possibly strong flu strain

WASHINGTON - Get ready to roll up your sleeves. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending against nasal-spray vaccines for the upcoming flu season, in which it expects to see a variant of 2009's H1N1 virus.

National anthem protest has national trickle-down effect

University High School, located in West Los Angeles, features a socially aware group of players under the direction of coach John Washington.

Arizonans: Tell Cronkite News a story!

Everyone has a favorite story to share when breaking the ice or chatting at a party, from stories about a profound experience to tales of hilarious encounters.

December 6, 2016: Consumer Special

Cronkite News special: Protecting your money, your identity and your livelihood

Korean businesses are expanding in AZ with shift in customer base

CHANDLER — When John Chung opened his first restaurant, Gogi, in Chandler, only 10 percent of his customers were American. He was primarily focused on Korean consumers.

Millennial migration a boon for AZ cities, loss for rural areas

Taryn Martin, 21, grew up in Vail, a small town in Pima County with approximately 10,000 residents. Her family’s land stretched across the countryside. She rode horses during the day and enjoyed starry skies at night.

AZ refugees, immigrants build business, trust at community market

PHOENIX - Red palm oil. African coffee, dresses and necklaces. Holiday ornaments. Homemade salsa.

Arizona Center to get $25 million refresh to attract downtown shoppers

PHOENIX - Arizona Center is planning a $25 million refresh to appeal to shoppers, adding more lighting, valet parking, courtyard seating and other design elements to modernize the 26-year-old center in downtown Phoenix.