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Border safety, trade are high on agenda for Republican governors

SCOTTSDALE – The Republican Governors Association held its annual convention in Scottsdale where governors collaborate and discuss their plan for their state.


Refugees and disaster victims offered free housing in Arizona through Airbnb

PHOENIX – Airbnb has created the Open Homes program that allows hosts to open their homes to refugees at no cost. Through this program, refugees are given the chance to connect with their community and get their feet back on the ground.


California wildfire death toll rises to 44; Arizona firefighters assisting efforts

LOS ANGELES – Arizona officials plan to send about 150 firefighters and dozens of engines to California to help fight wildfires there. The wildfires sweeping across Southern California have destroyed hundreds of homes, ravaged beloved landmarks and park space and killed at least two people and injured several more.


Transgender rally at state Capitol encourages voting

PHOENIX – The LGBTQ community and its supporters rallied at the state Capitol and hope to encourage others to vote


Federal judge temporarily halts Trump administration’s order ending Temporary Protected Status

GOODYEAR – A federal judge in California on Wednesday temporarily halted a federal order that removed Temporary Protected Status for more than 300,000 immigrants nationwide. About 1,100 TPS holders from El Salvador, Haiti and Honduras live in Arizona.


Policing the jails: Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office works to diversify ranks of detention officers

Spanish speaking detention officers like Valeria Cazares are part of efforts by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office to bridge a communications and cultural divide with inmates.


Election Day: Computer problems at polls vex voters in Maricopa County

Voters and local media report technical problems with computers in Arizona’s largest county as polls opened across the state Tuesday in the primary election.

A man walks through the glass door of the Desert Rose Community Room of The Citadel Senior Living Community in Mesa.

Vibrant Latino arts community reflects generational differences

PHOENIX - Scattered across the Valley are vibrant, visual homages to a rich past, present and future. Latino, Hispanic and Chicano art has had an iconic presence in the Southwest for hundreds of years, and nowhere is this presence more striking than in downtown Phoenix. Though Latino artists of all ages in Phoenix share this rich history, their art reflects it in distinct ways.

Valley artist Carlos Rivas, 36, works on a portion of a mural in downtown Phoenix.