By Miranda Cyr | Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019
NOGALES, Ariz. - Business owners in Nogales worry that long wait times at the border are driving down the number of pedestrians who cross to shop in Arizona, a drop that state officials worry could be felt throughout Arizona's economy if crossing times don't improve.
By Alex Simon | Friday, Sept. 20, 2019
TUCSON – Even after his time at Texas Tech, Arizona-based alums still support Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury.
By Anton L. Delgado and Dustin Patar | Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019
SHINGLETOWN, Calif. – Despite federal fire suppression costs quadrupling and an increase in employed firefighters, the damages caused by wildfires has increased fivefold.
By Abbagail Leon | Wednesday, June 12, 2019
PHOENIX – Young people attending animal summer camps in the Phoenix area are learning about the compassionate care of animals.
By Nicole Ludden | Friday, April 19, 2019
TUCSON – The Casa Alitas shelter at the Benedictine Monastery in Tucson provides transportation, medical care and guidance for migrants claiming asylum in the United States.
By Kelsey Mo | Tuesday, March 26, 2019
PHOENIX – Senate Government Committee voted 6-1 to advance a bill that would make lemonade Arizona’s state drink.
By Kelsey Mo | Wednesday, March 13, 2019
PHOENIX – Virginia failed to pass the ERA in February. Now, advocates are looking to Arizona to ratify the sweeping Equal Rights Amendment, which Congress passed in 1972.
By Kelsey Mo | Monday, March 4, 2019
SELLS – A complex legal process, inconsistent data and a lack of attention contribute to the forgotten missing and murdered indigenous women. The #MMIW movement is advocating for women who no longer have a voice.
By Daisy Finch | Friday, Dec. 7, 2018
TONTO NATIONAL FOREST – In the wake of the Oak Flat protests, Resolution Copper funds a program in which Native Americans record culturally significant sites with an uncertain future.
By Emmanuel Morgan | Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
Society shuns transgender people from corporate jobs because of their gender identity, forcing them into sex work and other means of underground economy.
By Victoria Valenzuela and Pat Poblete | Friday, June 22, 2018
Politics are confusing. Help us design the perfect political affairs show to change that by taking part in a crowd-sourced project that will help us make relevant, easy-to-understand Arizona political news coverage.
By Sarabeth Henne | Monday, June 11, 2018
WASHINGTON - Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that immigrant victims of gang violence or domestic abuse will no longer be able to claim asylum in the U.S., saying the law was not designed to "alleviate all problems" and is being abused by immigrants.