By Madeline Ackley | Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
PHOENIX – Changes to federal public charge policy set to take effect on Oct. 15, have been blocked by a judge in New York. Arizona advocates are working to spread the word to immigrant families.
By Kyley Warren | Friday, Sept. 13, 2019
PHOENIX – A new study finds that children with an incarcerated parent are more prone to mental health struggles as kids and adults.
By Harrison Mantas | Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019
WASHINGTON - The Navajo Nation Council voted unanimously Thursday to oppose a HUD draft plan that critics say could put income restrictions for the first time on applicants to the Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program, but which HUD says has been misinterpreted.
By Alexis Alabado | Monday, Sept. 2, 2019
PHOENIX - Some dads play catch with their sons. Noe "Such Styles" Baez painted graffiti with his son Champ, paving the way for what may be the only father-son graffiti team in the increasingly popular world of graffiti art.
By Sarah Beth Guevara and Katie Hunger | Monday, Sept. 2, 2019
MOORE, Okla. – Families, community members, psychologists and school officials say more must be done to help survivors of natural disasters recover emotionally and mentally.
By Jordan Laird and Jordan Elder | Monday, Aug. 19, 2019
SMITH ISLAND, Md. – Scientists point to worsening floods, more powerful hurricanes and larger wildfires as evidence of climate change – but many Americans remain unconvinced.
By Thalia M. España | Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019
GOODYEAR – Rachel Miller is her generation’s Rosie the Riveter, becoming a welder in an industry where there are still few women.
By Kendal Blust | Friday, Aug. 9, 2019
BAVIÁCORA, MEXICO – Mexico’s largest mining company spilled nearly 11 million gallons of copper sulfate acid solution carrying heavy metals into the Bacanuchi and Sonora rivers in 2014. To this day, residents claim life has not been the same since.
By Taniyah Williamson | Friday, July 26, 2019
By Miranda Faulkner | Tuesday, July 23, 2019
WASHINGTON - Arizona is one of the 43 states that could be affected by a USDA proposal to tighten restrictions on access to food stamps for those receiving other financial assistance, saving billions of dollars while affecting as many as 3.1 million people nationwide.
By Amanda Slee | Wednesday, July 10, 2019
The American Red Cross has scheduled blood donation opportunities throughout the Valley through the end of July to help stop a shortage of blood. This summer the organization has seen a decrease in blood donations across the country.
By Luke Runyon | Tuesday, July 9, 2019
MONTROSE, Colo. – The Colorado River has been dammed and diverted for massive cities and large-scale farming, which has led to all kinds of unintended consequences.