By Christopher Scragg | May 11, 2020
WASHINGTON - Arizona took another tentative step toward reopening the state's economy Monday, when dine-in restaurants were allowed to resume limited service. But while reopening the economy could come relatively swiftly, experts say reviving the economy could take years.
By Jamie Landers | April 30, 2020
As COVID-19 sweeps Arizona several companies are redirecting their businesses to meet the demands of first responders.
By Jessica Myers | March 24, 2020
PHOENIX - Arizona mayors Tuesday questioned Gov. Doug Ducey's inclusion of golf courses, salons, laundries and other businesses in the definition of "essential services" that local governments would be barred from closing in response to the coronavirus.
By Sedona Saulnier | March 20, 2020
PHOENIX – Gov. Ducey activates the National Guard to help stores and food banks and signs an executive order that places restrictions on businesses and delays expiration dates on driver’s licenses. Arizonans took to social media to weigh in.
By Brady Vernon | Feb. 19, 2020
TEMPE - Alabama transfer Madison Preston fits in on a team deep in other transfer players on ASU softball.
By Lorenzino Estrada | Feb. 17, 2020
TEMPE – ASU Esports Association and other local gamers raise money through gaming to support local hospitals through Extra Life
By Joshua Gerard Gargiulo | Jan. 17, 2020
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Friday affirmed the convictions of two Mexican men in the 2010 murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who was killed in a gun battle near Rio Rico.
By Erica Block | Dec. 25, 2019
PHOENIX – At a time when MLB needs to grow the game, content creators like Jomboy and PitchingNinja make baseball fun and accessible to casual sports fans.
By Kailey Broussard | Nov. 27, 2019
WASHINGTON - Immigration experts and advocates in Arizona are urging people to file their paperwork as soon as possible as federal agencies eye steeper processing fees across a broad range of citizenship forms.
By Wissam Melhem | Aug. 29, 2019
WASHINGTON - Arizona joined 12 other states this week that asked the Supreme Court to roll back the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which they say has caused "irreparable harm" to their states.
By Anna Huntsman and Jake Steinberg | Aug. 15, 2019
ELFIN FOREST, Calif. – Some places burn and flood repeatedly. We’re building homes there anyway.
By Justine Coleman and Isaac Windes | Aug. 13, 2019
OSO, Wash. – Communities devastated by smaller disasters receive a fraction of the national attention and the funding.