By Rio Paynter | Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2019
PHOENIX – The Arts Education Proficiency Seal gives high school students a chance to show their mastery of the arts.
By Luke Runyon | Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019
MANCOS, Colorado – Too hot and dry one season, too wet the next. That’s the predicament ranchers in the Four Corners area are facing, and they’re searching for ways to adapt.
By Drew Hutchinson and Bailey Lewis | Friday, Aug. 16, 2019
BONDURANT, Wyo. – Without a federal major disaster declaration, FEMA assistance isn’t available. Either states pay to rebuild, or people are on their own.
By Anton L. Delgado and Dustin Patar | Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019
SHINGLETOWN, Calif. – Despite federal fire suppression costs quadrupling and an increase in employed firefighters, the damages caused by wildfires has increased fivefold.
By Delia Johnson | Wednesday, July 31, 2019
PHOENIX – Diverse drag performers are challenging norms in Phoenix’s nightlife. Drag kings, assigned female-at-birth queens, alternative performers and people of color are taking stages across the Valley.
By Gabrielle Olivera and Dylan Simard | Wednesday, May 29, 2019
PHOENIX – Buffelgrass, an invasive species from South Africa, is the focus of an eradication campaign by Phoenix and several conservancy groups.
By Alexis Egeland | Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court overturned an immigration board's decision to deport an Arizona man to his native El Salvador, rejecting the lower court's "glib characterization" that murders, beatings and home invasions did not constitute persecution.
By Vivian Meza | Tuesday, July 24, 2018
PHOENIX – As the summer heat kicks into high gear, the Arizona Department of Transportation is ensuring its 1,500 workers stay safe while constructing the long-envisioned South Mountain Freeway.
By Asia Walters | Wednesday, July 26, 2017
PHOENIX -- After a motocross accident left him confined to a wheelchair, Jim Boomer needed another adrenaline-pumping sport.
By Kayla Becton | Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Ajo, Arizona, once nearly a ghost town, is in the hands of a single nonprofit seeking to save the economy by getting residents back into school and the workforce.
By Dustin Quiroz | Tuesday, May 9, 2017
WASHINGTON - The civics test that will be required of all graduating high school seniors this spring does not appear to have been that much of a test for members of the Class of 2017.
By Dustin Quiroz | Tuesday, May 2, 2017
WASHINGTON - Former Phoenix high school teacher Reyna Montoya said it was typical for undocumented immigrant children to come to her and talk about their troubles in school and their fears at home, where they or their parents might be deported.