By Harrison Mantas | Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019
WASHINGTON - A dozen Valley police departments are among 400 in the U.S. partnering with video-doorbell maker Ring to connect police and local homeowners who use the company's technology, raising concerns among some privacy advocates. But police say the program is safe and helps solve crime.
By Melissa Robbins | Monday, June 10, 2019
PHOENIX – The Woodbury and Mountain fires burning in the Tonto National Forest aren’t a threat to people, but both indicate what could be a trend over the next few months: as vegetation grows from the wet winter and dry out, Arizona is a tinderbox.
By Claire Caulfield | Thursday, April 11, 2019
PHOENIX – Planned Parenthood Arizona filed a lawsuit in federal court Thursday challenging the legality of a number of Arizona abortion restrictions.
By Julian Hernandez | Friday, March 8, 2019
PHOENIX – Heard Museum highlights the personal stories of students who attended American Indian boarding schools in new exhibit.
By Imani Stephens | Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019
PHOENIX – Food banks that helped furloughed federal employees learned lessons that will help if the government shuts down again.
By Andrew Howard and Alyssa Klink | Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019
WASHINGTON - Lawmakers can each bring a guest to the State of the Union address and most do it to send a subtle - or not so subtle - message. Arizona lawmakers are no different, with guests including a Border Patrol agent and a DACA, a teacher and a conservative talk show host.
By Bryan Pietsch | Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018
WASHINGTON = Robocalls skyrocketed for every area code in Arizona in the first half of this year, reaching 78.3 million calls in June alone, according to a new report that said the state mirrored a national spike, where robocalls totaled 4.1 billion for June.
By Bryan Pietsch | Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
WASHINGTON - With the House on recess for August and Congress gridlocked, it's easy to think that lawmakers aren't working hard but that confuses their work product with their work ethic, said one expert, who points to a study showing House members typically work 70 hour weeks.
By Brooks Hepp | Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
The lynching era’s legacy can still be seen today. Senators introduced legislation in June to make lynchings a federal crime, saying it is long past due.
By Bryan Pietsch | Monday, Aug. 6, 2018
WASHINGTON - After a year of squabbling on immigration reform, and despite the nudge from the president, experts say it's increasingly unlikely that anything will get done by this Congress. Just like the last several Congresses.
By Bryan Pietsch | Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018
WASHINGTON - Tucson mom Linda Robles joined other parents in Washington to demand that the Environmental Protection Agency ban TCE, the chemical she blames for the death of one daughter and the birth defects of her other children.
By Bryan Pietsch | Monday, July 30, 2018
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump repeated a threat to shut down the government this fall if Congress does not approve the immigration reforms he wants, including funding for a border wall, but analysts say the threat is likely little more than a political ploy.