PHOENIX – When Park Central Mall opened in 1957, the cars packed into the parking lot had fins, Elvis Presley’s “Jailhouse Rock” was on the radio and shoppers were riding the escalators at a gleaming, two-story Goldwater’s department store, founded by the family of the man who would run for president seven years later.
WASHINGTON - Brad Allenby remembers being an Army officer during the Vietnam era and watching fellow soldiers return from the war suffering from trauma from what they had experienced there - trauma made worse by their reception at home.
WASHINGTON - On a cool November morning, New Hampshire resident Howie Howe came to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington and stopped to see the names of two foster brothers that are etched on the wall.
PHOENIX — In a park that is usually near-empty, tents from local restaurants, breweries and shops lined the grass as hundreds of Valley locals swarmed for Local First Arizona’s 13th annual Arizona Fall Fest on Saturday, an event that exclusively showcased state-owned businesses.
PHOENIX — Dolores Escobar takes a 30-minute bus ride every Sunday from her house to the closest water-vending machine and carries eight empty gallon jugs with her to refill them.
PHOENIX – Sam Staas was designated female when he was born. It took years before he realized he was a boy.
Kaylor Cox is a 20-year-old country musician from South Dakota who has been living in Tucson for the past nine years. She recently played the Oro Valley Music Festival and has opened for well-known country artists. Today, Kaylor is working full-time on her music and is getting ready to move to Nashville to further her career.
PARADISE VALLEY — Anthony Robles was born with just one leg. But he never let that hold him back.
PHOENIX -- Marshawn Lynch eats Skittles and Cam Newton wears special shoes. NFL players, however, aren’t the only ones with pregame rituals.