Ducey on Fair Pay to Play: ‘I don’t want to see a state, especially California, have a competitive advantage’
By Matthew Roy | Monday, Sept. 30, 2019
PHOENIX – Arizona sports figures divided over California law that will allow college athletes to sign endorsement deals and hire agents.
By Saundra Wilson | Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017
PHOENIX – Babies cooing in strollers and on brightly colored play mats in their parents’ cubicles are commonplace at the Arizona Department of Health Services.
By Katelyn Greno | Friday, Dec. 2, 2016
PHOENIX - Arizona Center is planning a $25 million refresh to appeal to shoppers, adding more lighting, valet parking, courtyard seating and other design elements to modernize the 26-year-old center in downtown Phoenix.
By Katelyn Greno | Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016
PHOENIX – South Mountain Park, one of the nation's largest city parks, has been showing the wear of hikers and picnickers over the years. Now it's getting a $23 million makeover.
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 Kristiana Faddoul | Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016
PHOENIX – The pumpkins are among us, waiting to be carved, baked and displayed around the Valley. But once the glow of jack-o'-lantern hearts fade to black, they usually are tossed out with the garbage.
By Kristiana Faddoul | Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016
GLENDALE - Chickens scratching, clucking and laying eggs in neighbors' backyards could become more frequent under a proposed change to a Glendale ordinance, setting the groundwork for an anti-chicken and pro-chicken battle over lifestyle, property rights and the environment.
By Katelyn Greno | Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
RIO VERDE - For one day, 12-year-old Aidan Ringo forgot the endless days of doctor visits. He got on a wake board and sped across Bartlett Lake with his friends and family by his side, and got the chance to experience other water adventures like kayaking, tubing, and jet skiing. Tessa Ringo, Aidan's mother, describes the opportunities for her child, born with cerebral palsy and epilepsy, as magical. "As soon as he gets on that wake board, I kind of always wipe a tear away," Tessa Ringo said. "Just being so proud of him and being able to sit back and observe him gaining confidence, being independent, and having an experience that every 12-year-old can do." "It is amazing what they can do for kids that can't go out on the lake that much," said Aidan, his hair still damp from wake boarding. He said the Day at the Lake, as it's called, let's people focus on fun, not their disabilities, doctors' visits "or whatever crazy stuff that's been happening." [caption id="attachment_35574" align="alignnone" width="800"] Aidan Ringo and sister Ella share a touching moment at "Day on the Lake." (Photo by Allyson Hoskins/Cronkite News)[/caption] Aidan's sister Ella is proud of her big brother. "It is really exciting because I get to see my brother do stuff that he can't really do," Ella said. I'm glad he can do it." Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix hosts the weekend water activities for families that have children with disabilities and veterans. Last weekend was its 20th anniversary. Children and adults can water or jet ski, go on a kayak or go tubing. Brenna Bean, a recreation therapist and a volunteer for the lake event, has used a wheelchair since her spinal cord was injured when she was in a car accident when she was 18 years old. "I love the adaptive activities they do here, so it really gives people with disabilities the chance to get out and try things that they never thought they would be able to do," Bean said. Jo Crawford, the program coordinator at Barrow Neurological Institute, based at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, said the event – the next one will not be until 2017 – offers one more way to enjoy life. "Come out and live your life, you've been through so much," Crawford said. "Come here and live it cause that's what you're here to do. That's what we are going to help you do."
By Katelyn Greno | Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016
PHOENIX - Nancy Peng finds joy at the Chinese Senior Center.
By David Robles | Thursday, July 28, 2016
Now that both the Republican and Democratic national conventions have come to a close, both parties have officially selected their presidential candidates for the 2016 race: Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.
By Katelyn Kondrath | Sunday, July 24, 2016
After weeks of speculation, Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, announced her selection of Sen. Tim Kaine, a Democrat from Virginia, as her running mate. Cronkite News wants to know what Arizonans think about Clinton's pick.
By David Robles | Friday, July 15, 2016
After weeks of speculation, Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, announced his selection of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate. Cronkite News wants to know what Arizonans think about Trump's pick.