By Brie Peters | May 11, 2020
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Although the Arizona Sundogs folded in 2014, a group of fans in Prescott Valley are longing for the return of hockey there.
Feb. 13, 2020
PHOENIX – Advocates continue struggling to keep qualified Hispanic families enrolled in public programs like food stamps and cash assistance amid changes to the so-called public charge rule. The U.S. Supreme Court last month decided to let the rule take effect, and that happens on Feb. 24. It allows immigration officers to consider applicants’ use of public benefits, including Medicaid, in deciding to grant green cards, visas and changes in residency.
By Sarah Beth Guevara and Katie Hunger | 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 Miranda Faulkner | June 25, 2019
WASHINGTON - Tribal members, environmentalists and lawmakers told a House panel that including uranium on a list of "critical minerals" opens the door to expedited mining that will put tribal lands and national parks at risk, but supporters of the Trump administration plan said it's necessary for national security.
By Chloe Jones | June 5, 2019
PHOENIX – An Arizona State University professor uses sound to help understand the environment, which potentially could help predict climate change.
By Andrew Howard | Feb. 21, 2019
WASHINGTON - The Food and Drug Administration wants to take a closer look at ingredients and labeling for sunscreens, updating regulations that have not been changed "in literally decades" But it also said people should still slather up, "given the recognized public health benefits of sunscreen use."
By Hailey Mensik | Feb. 18, 2019
PHOENIX – People can post their legal needs on the State Bar of Arizona’s Find-a-Lawyer online service to seek the right attorney for their needs. The pilot program is part of national trend to simplify the process of hiring an attorney to settle disputes.
By Staff | Nov. 13, 2018
LOS ANGELES – Arizona officials plan to send about 150 firefighters and dozens of engines to California to help fight wildfires there. The wildfires sweeping across Southern California have destroyed hundreds of homes, ravaged beloved landmarks and park space and killed at least two people and injured several more.
By Sharon McNary | Sept. 10, 2018
A California Institute of Technology scientist and his colleagues worked on an algorithm that enables a single self-guided drone to herd a flock of birds away from an airport.
By Renata Clo | Aug. 26, 2018
WASHINGTON - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has steadfastly refused to discuss a replacement for Sen. John McCain until after the senator's funeral, but political consultants say the governor faces an "unenviable" task when he does name an appointee.
By Nick Serpa | July 23, 2018
PHOENIX – Three years after a veteran’s suicide, friends and family call legislators to action.
By Philip Athey and Kyley Schultz | April 2, 2018
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court said Monday that a Tucson police officer cannot be sued for shooting a woman who refused to drop a knife as she stood in her driveway in 2010, with the justices taking the unusual step of reversing a lower court without holding a hearing on the case.