Linda Zenonian, a skin cancer survivor, talked about her experiences at a cancer awareness luncheon on the Arizona State Capitol lawn on Feb 22, 2017. (Photo by Devon Cordell/ Cronkite News)

Cancer survivors, advocates lobby state legislature

PHOENIX – Survivors, caregivers, health care workers and volunteers alike all came together on the Arizona State Capitol lawn Wednesday morning to mark National Cancer Awareness month.

Early cancer detection: Did it save your life?

Cronkite News is reaching out to see if you or if someone you know has unfortunately been affected by cancer. We are working on a story about advancements in detection technology.

Coyotes Curling Club has found a home in the Arizona desert

TEMPE — Tucked away in a former warehouse, where the fuzz for Penn tennis balls once was manufactured, resides the Coyotes Curling Club. Six expat Canadians with a passion for the game decided after the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah that curling belonged in the desert, too.

Phoenix Rising FC makes its case for MLS expansion

TEMPE — In a dirt lot, trucks whir and beep, their sounds filling gaps in the sound of passing traffic. Construction is underway on a temporary soccer stadium for Phoenix Rising FC.

Over 60 with student loan debt? Share your story

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that the number of people older than 60 with student loan debt has quadrupled in the last decade.

The transition into nursing homes, assisted living: Share your experience

Transitioning from your own home to a nursing home or assisted living can be difficult enough, even before the stress of tackling cost, health care and insurance plans. If you or your loved ones have had experience with this process, Cronkite News would like to hear about it.