By Lindsay Walker | Monday, Sept. 16, 2019
WASHINGTON - The Arizona Supreme Court Monday sided with two Phoenix women who said a city law aimed at preventing discrimination would have forced them to violate their Christian faith by creating custom invitations for same-sex weddings.
By Lindsay Walker | Monday, Sept. 9, 2019
WASHINGTON - Mesa Mayor John Giles was in Washington Monday with police chiefs and mayors from across the country, meeting with senators and White House officials to urge action on House bills that have been stalled in the Senate since February.
By Amy-Xiaoshi DePaola | Friday, Aug. 23, 2019
WASHINGTON - Consumer advocates said that Wells Fargo's $6.5 million settlement of a Navajo Nation lawsuit that charged the bank with preying on tribal members is a "tremendous victory" for Native communities targeted by such practices.
By Harrison Mantas | Friday, Aug. 23, 2019
WASHINGTON - The last 265 workers at Kayenta Coal Mine are being laid off this month, another step toward the looming closure of the Navajo Generating Station that will bring the loss of hundreds more jobs this winter.
By Taniyah Williamson and Tanner Puckett | Monday, Aug. 5, 2019
PHOENIX – Organizations offering drug users clean needles and educational materials have been linked to decreases in bloodborne diseases, but they’re forced to operate in a legal gray area in Arizona.
By Melissa Robbins | Monday, July 15, 2019
PHOENIX – Migrants heading to the U.S. southern border now face additional hurdles to gain asylum protection from the federal government.
By Miranda Faulkner | Wednesday, June 26, 2019
WASHINGTON - Navajo and Hualapai tribal leaders urged House lawmakers to support a handful of bills that would guarantee water to their tribes in Arizona, Utah and New Mexico and fund the water treatment plants and pipelines to deliver it.
By Julian Paras | Thursday, May 23, 2019
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump approved a disaster declaration for the Navajo Nation that will allow it to seek reimbursement for funds it spent responding to a February storm that dumped snow on the reservation, isolating some communities and leading to flooding in other areas.
By Lauren Schieler | Friday, April 26, 2019
RED VALLEY – There’s a long history of oil and gas production in the western U.S. including here in Arizona. As part of a collaboration with Elemental, we explain what Arizona’s energy mix is.
By Laurel Morales | Tuesday, April 9, 2019
FLAGSTAFF – The Navajo Tribe has long been dependent on coal for good jobs, but its leaders now are embracing renewable energy sources, including solar.
By Jake Goodrick | Tuesday, March 19, 2019
DAYTON, Ohio – Bobby Hurley and Chris Mullin once squared off in a Dream Team competition. Now they meet in the NCAA Tournament
By Keerthi Vedantam and Andrew Howard | Friday, March 15, 2019
WASHINGTON - A man who claimed he repeatedly stabbed his cellmate because he was possessed by demons will get a new trial after a federal appeals court ruled his lawyer wrongly pressed an insanity defense against his wishes, even if his possession defense would have been "wholly ineffective."