By Kendal Blust | Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019
PUERTO PEÑASCO, Sonora – Fishermen and conservationists say Mexico’s “zero tolerance” efforts on poachers in the Sea of Cortez aren’t enough to protect the vaquita marina, and shrimp fishermen have vowed to ignore a recent ban on using nets.
By Owain Evans | Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019
TEMPE – Activism has become a more prominent part of sports fandom. The evidence can be found at Phoenix Rising games.
By Kendal Blust | Friday, June 21, 2019
ALAMOS, Mexico – Jaguars in Sonora and Sinaloa come and go through a series of corridors, which keeps these core populations genetically diverse. If those corridors are destroyed, the northernmost jaguars in the Americas could die out.
By Matthew Roy | Friday, May 24, 2019
TEMPE – The Arizona State men's golf team begins its quest for a third national title Friday when it competes in the NCAA Championships at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It brings with it an international flair.
By Kendal Blust | Friday, Nov. 23, 2018
SAN FELIPE, Baja California – A plan to capture and breed the endangered vaquita marina in a giant ocean aquarium failed, but out of that came a new plan: use the aquarium to breed totoaba, the fish targeted by poachers. Conservationists hope by creating a legal market for totoaba, vaquita no longer will be killed by poachers’ gillnets.
By Rebecca Spiess | Thursday, July 26, 2018
An Anti-Defamation League annual review of SCOTUS opinions paints a picture of this year’s Supreme Court decisions on immigrant detentions, voting rights for minorities, religious rights at a Colorado bakery and anti-abortion pregnancy centers. How people view those decisions depends on their ideology, a panel of legal and political experts says.
By Lerman Montoya | Friday, April 6, 2018
Leaders in the Latino community believe that Arizona can become a swing state if more Latinos get involved in the political process and vote.
By Emily Richardson, Lerman Montoya and Imani Stephens | Monday, Jan. 22, 2018
Nearly 22,000 people marched in solidarity with it's millions across the globe.
By Adrienne St. Clair and Jasmine Spearing-Bowen | Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017
WINSLOW – Despite national calls for more diverse law enforcement agencies, very few, if any, Arizona police departments reflect the demographics of the communities they serve - though diversity is not always their top priority.
By Kennedy Scott | Monday, Jan. 9, 2017
PHOENIX - Former refugee Boo Htoo came to the United States with his two children in 2007 after spending more than 20 years as a Burmese refugee in Thailand.
By Alejandro Barahona | Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2016
PHOENIX- Jolie Zuza came to Arizona as a child in 2005, fleeing war and death.
By Alejandro Barahona | Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016
NOGALES, MEXICO - At this busy border crossing Wilmer Salomon waited with a dozen other Haitian people to put his name on a list for an appointment with U.S. immigration officials.