By McKenzie Sadeghi and | Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020
WASHINGTON - Voting barriers for Native Americans have always existed, but polling cutbacks, discriminatory voter ID laws and lack of funding are making things worse, advocates told a House panel Tuesday - the same day a federal court reinstated an Arizona law against "ballot harvesting."
By Stephen Perez | Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019
CHANDLER – A legacy runs deep when you are related to the greatest wide receiver to ever play football. However, for Brenden Rice, it is the legacy he makes separate from his father which means more to him.
By Keerthi Vedantam | Thursday, March 21, 2019
WASJHINGTON - Former Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, now president of the University of California System, said that a Trump administration policy that threatens to strip funding from colleges in the name of free speech is "unnecessary and, in some respects, undesirable."
By Bryan Pietsch | Wednesday, July 11, 2018
A federal appeals court reversed the death sentence handed down to a Prescott man for the 1987 murder of his lover's husband, saying attorneys "utterly failed" to investigate claims that would have argued against capital punishment.
By Melina Zuñiga | Wednesday, May 9, 2018
A model in a pink bodysuit and a red, high-waisted couture skirt featured smart technology designed to ease a woman’s menstrual cramps. Such smart technology was featured in the Wearables in Smart Fabrics Fashion Show in Phoenix.
By Ariana Bustos | Tuesday, April 10, 2018
By Adriana De Alba | Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018
This story is a follow-up to Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos' deportation, which took place in February of last year. Her children describe trying to adjust to life without their mother. Meanwhile, in Mexico, Guadalupe battles depression and struggles to begin a new life without her husband and children.
By Maria Esquinca and Andrea Jaramillo | Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017
YUMA, Ariz. – Nestor Alaniz didn’t get a permit to build a well in his mother’s backyard, and he didn’t get it inspected.
By Elissa Nuñez and Amy Molloy | Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. – When Ceon Dubose Palmore got thirsty at school, an administrator had to escort the 15-year-old past trash-bag-covered fountains to a faucet two floors down.
By Arren Kimbel-Sannit and Kendra Penningroth | Wednesday, March 1, 2017
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump delivered an hourlong speech to Congress Tuesday that, while short on detail, was long on rhetoric that kept Republican lawmakers jumping to their feet and Democrats mostly sitting on their hands.
By Dustin Quiroz | Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017
WASHINGTON - Angel and Jacqueline Garcia de Rayos could have spent Tuesday celebrating their mother's 36th birthday, but the Mesa teens instead spent it in Washington instead to protest her deportation.
By Sophia Kunthara | Friday, Feb. 10, 2017
NOGALES - After a whirlwind 48 hours during which she was detained, deported and taken to a migrant shelter in Mexico, Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was temporarily reunited with her children.