By James Carr and Wissam Melhem | Friday, Sept. 20, 2019
PHOENIX – With the U.N. climate summit Monday, thousands of people around the world took part in a global climate strike. And students played a major role.
By Thalia M. España | Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019
GOODYEAR – Rachel Miller is her generation’s Rosie the Riveter, becoming a welder in an industry where there are still few women.
By Anna Huntsman and Jake Steinberg | Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019
ELFIN FOREST, Calif. – Some places burn and flood repeatedly. We’re building homes there anyway.
By Jacob Rosenfarb | Tuesday, July 16, 2019
LAS VEGAS – Phoenix native Brandon Clarke is already showing he may be the steal of the NBA draft
By Austen Bundy | Tuesday, April 16, 2019
PHOENIX – After researchers proved fentanyl testing strips were the most accurate method of detecting the opioid, Maryland decriminalized them. But they’re illegal in Arizona, which advocates say is only making the overdose problem worse.
By Andrew Howard | Monday, April 8, 2019
WASHINGTON - There were 14 more Mexican gray wolves in the wild last year, a "huge relief" to conservationists but not nearly enough for them to stop worrying about the long-term viability of the endangered animal, which now numbers 131 in Arizona and New Mexico.
By Nicole Ludden | Wednesday, March 20, 2019
TUCSON – The second annual Walk a Mile in a Refugee’s Shoes event on Thursday showed participants the hard truth of what it’s like to live as a refugee in the United States.
By Drake Dunaway and Blaine McCormick | Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019
PHOENIX – With the reversal of PASPA, sports gambling has been a hot topic. What would it look like in Arizona and how much value does it really have to the state?
By Kelly Doyle | Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019
PHOENIX – Even after coaching changes, top Arizona basketball recruit Mannion reaffirms his commitment to Sean Miller, Arizona.
By Alec Henden | Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019
TEMPE – Although many thought the storm surrounding the Arizona men’s basketball program had dissipated, new developments have put the program back in the national spotlight.
By Sam Ficarro | Monday, Dec. 31, 2018
SCOTTSDALE – Thanks to a senior class that persevered through a winless season, UCF is on the doorstep of back-to-back New Year’s Six bowl wins.
By Daniel Perle | Friday, Dec. 21, 2018
WASHINGTON - Democrats are gearing up for change in Washington after their midterm election surge, but the GOP still holds the upper hand in judicial nominations, with the Senate likely to resume the torrid pace of confirmations for President Donald Trump's judicial nominees next year.