Government

Latino voter turnout likely to rise, driven by immigration, health care

WASHINGTON - Just under a half-million Latino voters are expected to go to the polls in Arizona this fall, a 33 percent increase from the 2014 midterm elections that reflects growing numbers and hot-button issues like immigration and health care, according to a new report.

Missing in Arizona Day: Searching for loved ones in bones and DNA

PHOENIX -- Families bring medical records, photos, fingerprints and DNA of missing relatives to forensics experts and law-enforcement officials at Missing in Arizona day, an Oct. 28 event on Arizona State University’s west campus. The event is mean to help identify those who disappeared.

U.S. Senate race: Health care is top issue for Sinema

PHOENIX -- Rep. Kyrsten Sinema is the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. Her Republican opponent is Rep. Martha McSally, and it is expected to be a tight race.

U.S. Senate race: National security is top issue for McSally

PHOENIX -- Rep. Martha McSally is the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Republican Sen. Jeff Flake. Her Democratic opponent is Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, and it is expected to be a tight race.