By MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch | Monday, Feb. 17, 2020
WASHINGTON - They have four-, 10- and 20-year plans for their own lives, but the three Maricopa Wells Middle School students in Washington this week for an engineering competition were also looking farther down the road - to what a sustainable Salt Lake City might look like in 100 years.
By MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch and Christopher Scragg | Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020
WASHINGTON – A young boy from Scottsdale and the parents of slain Prescott native Kayla Mueller were among President Donald Trump's surprise guests for his State of the Union address Tuesday night.
By McKenzie Sadeghi and MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch | Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020
WASHINGTON - One veteran of State of the Union addresses says the guests are "often as interesting as what's on stage." Arizona lawmakers got that message, bringing guests to President Donatd Trump's speech to highlight issues ranging from health care to immigration and border security.
By MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch and McKenzie Sadeghi | Monday, Feb. 3, 2020
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump said Tuesday's State of the Union Address will have a "very, very positive message." But with the speech coming a day after the Iowa caucuses and a day before the Senate votes on his impeachment, some experts expect to see a more partisan address.
By MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch | Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020
WASHINGTON - Senators are supposed to be jurors in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, but while there are some similarities these "jurors," who wander off during testimony, occasionally nod off and almost certainly began the trial with their minds already made up.
By McKenzie Sadeghi | Monday, Jan. 27, 2020
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court said Monday that the Trump administration can enforce its proposed new "public charge" rule that will require immigrants show they will not need public assistance before they can gain admission to the U.S.
By MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch | Monday, Jan. 27, 2020
WASHINGTON - A divided federal appeals court Monday overturned Arizona's ban on ballot-harvesting and its policy of rejecting ballots accidentally cast in the wrong precinct, calling both reflections of the state's "long and unhappy history of official discrimination" in elections.
By MacKinley Lutes-Adlhoch and Gabrielle Zabat | Monday, Jan. 27, 2020
PHOENIX – A Maricopa County resident who recently returned from Wuhan, China, is one of five confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in the U.S. That person was identified as a "member of the ASU community," but officials would not say whether the patient is a student or employee.
By Barbara Smith | Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019
TUCSON – Voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly defeated Proposition 205, which would have declared Tucson the state's first sanctuary city. The vote came amid warnings from the Trump administration of possible federal sanctions costing the city millions of dollars.
By Deagan Urbatsch | Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019
PHOENIX – Census officials emphasized improvements in accuracy for 2020 to reduce historical undercounts of minorities.
By Joshua Bowling | Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016
PHOENIX — Buzz saws, sanders and wood clacking on wood crescendo above 40 students' competing conversations as they craft acoustic and electric guitars.