By Jonmaesha Beltran | Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020
PHOENIX – Criminal reform advocates are asking Arizona legislators to change laws that keep hundreds of formerly incarcerated people from voting or getting jobs.
By Madeline Ackley | Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019
PHOENIX – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will again process deferred action requests for humanitarian reasons, reversing the agency’s decision to kill the program.
By Lillian Donahue | Wednesday, May 15, 2019
PHOENIX – Latino and lower-income communities of Phoenix are breathing in more polluted air than residents in other parts of the city, and a new report indicates it’s part of a national trend.
By Vivian Meza | Friday, June 29, 2018
This is the first year that Mexican citizens living abroad were able to register to vote without having to return to Mexico. More than 150,000 citizens living in the U.S. registered for the July 1 elections.
By Devin Conley | Friday, June 2, 2017
YUMA – The U.S. Border Patrol and Mexico emergency dispatchers are collaborating to save the lives of people who are crossing the U.S. border in the desert heat and succumbing to illness or injury.
Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016
PHOENIX -- It's noisy, cramped, and tires are piled high up to the ceiling in the waiting room at Mil Amores, but none of that matters to customers who've come to the shop looking to save money and their tires.
By Cassie Ronda | Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016
Arizona's Election Day was a mix of computer problems, long lines, frustration and enthusiasm as state races and a divisive presidential campaign drew high numbers of voters to the polls.
By Yesenia Beltran | Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016
Phoenix - Every day dozens of food vendors like Marta Rojas push and pedal small carts on Phoenix streets selling a variety of snacks from corn in a cup to mangos on a stick.
By Yesenia Beltran | Friday, Sept. 23, 2016
Phoenix - Unraveling the mysteries of ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, Mexico could help modern cities thrive according to Michael Smith, the professor overseeing Arizona State University's research lab near the site of the Aztec pyramids.
By Courtney Columbus and Andres Guerra Luz | Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016
PHOENIX - Despite Arizona’s national reputation as a hardline immigration state, most "likely voters" in the Grand Canyon State oppose deporting all undocumented immigrants in the United States, according to a poll of Arizona registered voters released today. The Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News Poll also found that a majority of likely voters opposed building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and harbor an “unfavorable” or “very unfavorable” opinion of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.