The San Carlos Apache struggle to deal with garbage

On a riverbank in Arizona’s San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, residents take part in vibrant ceremonies practiced for generations, celebrating a woman’s coming of age or praying for a sick person’s recovery.

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The fate of thousands of unaccompanied children is decided in immigration court

PHOENIX - They arrive at the federal courthouse each Friday, their hair neatly combed, dressed in the best clothes they own or can borrow.

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Chicanos Por La Causa hopes to inspire community members to give back to a part of Phoenix

PHOENIX - Not too many people would be excited to get up before sunrise on a Saturday morning but that is exactly what hundreds of people did in one Valley area, not only cleaning it up but also aiming to give those who live there a sense of pride in their neighborhood.

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