Monday, Aug. 12, 2019
By Chloe Jones | Monday, July 22, 2019
PHOENIX – On any given school day, Mesa Public Schools, the largest school district in Arizona, is short about 80 bus drivers. Glendale, Payson and Prescott school districts have confirmed shortages as well.
By Miranda Cyr | Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Many of the 700,000 Venezuelans who moved to Peru in recent years dream of returning home, which could slow their integration into Peruvian society. Even though Spanish is spoken in both countries, there are many differences between the nations..
By Jonah Hrkal | Tuesday, June 18, 2019
PHOENIX – Garth Paine, who co-leads Arizona State’s Acoustic Ecology Lab, studies how sounds can help understand the environment and potentially help predict climate change.
By Chloe Jones | Wednesday, June 5, 2019
PHOENIX – An Arizona State University professor uses sound to help understand the environment, which potentially could help predict climate change.
By Jonah Hrkal | Tuesday, May 14, 2019
NOGALES – For many along the border, the real crisis isn’t security or immigration, it’s wastewater flowing under and over the boundary. The four U.S. states along the southern border are dealing with an aging system that no one wants to pay the millions needed to fix.
By Mia Armstrong | Thursday, May 2, 2019
As Peru works to take in more than 700,000 migrants from Venezuela, social media stokes unwarranted fears of crime and violence.
‘The cellphone does everything’: Smartphones, internet access are key tools of 21st century migration
By Chloe Jones | Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Cellphones and internet access are key tools for the hundreds of thousands of Venezuelan refugees who are fleeing violence and poverty.
By Chloe Jones | Friday, April 12, 2019
NOGALES – A federal bill would establish fair treatment between Nogales and the International Boundary and Water Commission, which handles transborder treaties and their application.
By Chloe Jones | Monday, April 8, 2019
NOGALES, Mexico – Wastewater that contains raw sewage has been flowing into the Nogales Wash in Sonora, Mexico since mid-January, spurring concerns about the water supply for several communities.
By Chloe Jones and Walter Penate | Monday, March 18, 2019
TOLLESON – Local churches’ resources are being stretched as more and more migrants are being dropped off by ICE.
By Andrew Howard | Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019
WASHINGTON - The National Park Service will reimburse parks, like the Grand Canyon, that were forced to dip into local maintenance funds to stay open during the government shutdown. But critics say parks should never have had to use their own funding to stay open and worry about long-term effects.