By Farah Eltohamy | May 19, 2020
PHOENIX - COVID-19 has hit refugee communities harder than most, but in spite of that - or maybe because of it - support from aid groups is as strong as ever, working to provide refugee families with information, support financial aid, even computers to help their children continue their schooling from home.
By Concettina Giuliano | May 18, 2020
PHOENIX - A recent study found that CPR is less common in neighborhoods that are primarily Hispanic, and that chances of surviving a cardiac arrest in those neighborhoods are low. The situation is made more worse by a reluctance by residents of Hispanic neighborhoods to call 911, another study shows.
Celebrations scrapped, flights canceled and many tears shed: College graduation in the era of COVID-19
By Luis Zambrano | May 6, 2020
PHOENIX – Commencement is just one of the watershed events upended by COVID-19, prompting colleges and universities across the nation to cancel or postpone ceremonies or create a virtual alternative.
By Christopher Scragg | March 30, 2020
WASHINGTON - Arizona hospitals are rationing and ordering workers to reuse protective equipment like masks, gowns and eyewear in an attempt to head off shortages expected with the surge in COVID-19 patients in the state, a move some worry will put workers and patients at risk.
By Caroline Linch | March 26, 2020
PHOENIX – Arizona parks and recreation services are faced with the decision of whether to keep them open or close them down to prevent the spread of COVID-19. So far, most have kept hiking trails open, although some services are curtailed and traffic is being regulated.
Feb. 12, 2020
PHOENIX – Study finds that participating in intense sports and other outdoor activities is an effective alternative treatment for PTSD.
By Hannah Foote | Feb. 7, 2020
LOS ANGELES – California could be the first state to make its own generic drugs if the state legislature approves the governor’s recent proposal.
By McKenzie Sadeghi | Jan. 18, 2020
WASHINGTON - Snow and near-freezing temperatures were not about to keep Sierra Maughan of Arizona from joining thousands of others who marched in Washington Saturday in the fourth annual Women's March, an event repeated in marches around the country.
By Matt Vasilogambros | Jan. 9, 2020
TUCSON - Arizona is one of 18 states where independent panels, instead of lawmakers, draw congressional and legislative lines, but the last redistricting devolved into fights, threats and legal battles that show how high the stakes can be and how hard it is to keep deeply divisive politics out of it.
By Yodit Woldegebriel | Dec. 16, 2019
PHOENIX – Four Arizona players are among the best dodgeball players in the country and are traveling across the world to compete.
By Vandana Ravikumar | Dec. 2, 2019
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court overturned an Arizona death row inmate's conviction for the 1994 sexual assault and murder of a 4-year-old Tucson girl, saying attorneys in his case "dropped the ball" by failing to challenge the state's evidence.
By Jordan Laird and Jordan Elder | 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.