Borderlands

Battling opioid addiction in Indian Country

PHOENIX - For Tara Mason, the impacts of addiction to opioids and other drugs on the White Earth Nation in Minnesota hit close to home.

Food vendors struggle on Phoenix streets

Phoenix - Every day dozens of food vendors like Marta Rojas push and pedal small carts on Phoenix streets selling a variety of snacks from corn in a cup to mangos on a stick.

Latino organization to hold 2017 national convention in Phoenix

Seven years after organizing a 16-month boycott of Arizona over anti-immigration legislation, the National Council of La Raza will hold its 2017 national convention in Phoenix, NCLR president and CEO Janet Murguia said Friday.

Mexican sushi “rolls” into the Valley

PHOENIX - A new report by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce shows Latinos spend more per capita than other groups eating out, and that has restaurants catering to these "super consumers."