PHOENIX – La necesidad de cuidadores de salud familiares está en aumento, lo que hace que las familias busquen educación y soluciones mientras la escasez nacional de cuidadores continúa creciendo.
PHOENIX – The need for family caregivers is on the rise, leaving families looking for education and solutions as the national caregiver shortage continues to grow.
SCOTTSDALE – The Arizona Persian Cultural Center hosted a memorial for Mahsa Amini a year after the Iranian protester died in custody of the morality police. People at the event advocated for action in the United States and change in Iran.
One more hurdle: Former track standout, foster child aims to give back, change lives despite cancer diagnosis
PHOENIX – Bathsheba Adams, a former track star and founder of the nonprofit Eyes Like Mine, Inc., confronts a breast cancer diagnosis while continuing her mission to support foster families.
TEMPE – The Sun Devils are decimated by injury, especially at offensive line. The brotherhood, however, is still strong.
PHOENIX – Premier League fans around Phoenix have created support groups for their favorite teams over the last decade, but for some, finding a bar to call their own has been a struggle.
WASHNGTON - Arizona's jobless rate is the lowest in decades, job openings are plentiful and salaries are inching up, all good news for workers on this Labor Day. While those gains are offset by nagging inflation, economists say the outlook for workers in Arizona is "relatively rosy,"
‘It kind of gave me chills’: Diamondbacks find perspective at elementary school during team’s hot streak
PHOENIX – The Diamondbacks, who have won 10 of their last 12, found perspective off the field. They hosted their Delivering Dreams Bus event at William T. Machan Elementary Thursday, with pitchers Zac Gallen and Scott McGough making appearances along with the team mascot.
Federal officials are easing water restrictions after an unusually snowy winter in the mountains helped replenish the beleaguered river and its reservoirs and led to new Colorado River forecasts from the Bureau of Reclamation.
WASHINGTON - When federal student loan payments resume Oct. 1, they could pull $71 billion a year out of the economy, $5.3 billion from Arizona. The pain could be real for borrowers - about 880,000 in Arizona - but will present only a "modest headwind" to the overall economy.
WASHINGTON – Arizona's young voters, ages 18 to 29, may have been the state's most engaged youth electorate group ever, driven in 2022 by concerns about cost of living concerns and reproductive rights.
WASHINGTON - Arizona may be a presidential and Senate election battleground in 2024, but some high-profile House races are also on tap. With a year to the primary, candidates have already raised $9.3 million, as targeted races and an open seat are attracting candidates.