ASU study: Body cameras improve relationship between Tempe police officers and public

TEMPE – Police wearing body cameras can promote a good relationship between the community and police, including members of the public saying police officers treated them with respect, early results of an ongoing Arizona State University study show.


Phoenix marchers join millions across the world to support Women’s March on Washington

PHOENIX – One family brought their two children, with the four-year old wearing a cardboard “Feminist” sign as her mother carried her on her back.


Trump protesters clash with police, inauguration events unaffected

WASHINGTON - Police tear-gassed hundreds of protesters Friday as a march against President Donald Trump's inauguration turned into a clash with authorities just blocks from the White House.


Photos from Inauguration Day protests in D.C.

WASHINGTON - As protesters clashed with police during this Inauguration Day, Cronkite News journalists were reporting from the front lines. Here is a selection of the moments they captured.


Scenes from the anti-Trump protest outside the Arizona State Capitol

Outside the Arizona State Capitol, dozens of people gathered in protest of Donald Trump's Inauguration Day on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. The protesters had plenty to say, and as follows, many visuals to accompany their chants.


Opponents protest Donald Trump inauguration at AZ Capitol

PHOENIX – As President Donald Trump was being sworn into office in Washington D.C. Friday morning, dozens of people gathered at the Arizona Capitol to protest the new president and his policies.


Arpaio in Washington to enjoy Trump inauguration he said he called

WASHINGTON - Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio was in Washington Thursday with a message for the rest of the country: Told you so.

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Court: Ministers cannot avoid income taxes with vow of poverty

WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court said Thursday that the owners of an Arizona ministry cannot avoid paying income taxes by claiming they had taken vows of poverty and were merely being supported by donations to their church.


Medical boards looking at Ducey’s recommendation of opioid education

PHOENIX - Medical professionals say Gov. Doug Ducey’s letter urging that Arizona doctors receive more education on drug addiction is a step forward in the battle against opioid abuse, but that the curriculum must be detailed and useful.


Former DREAMer, Phoenix resident raises concerns at Sessions hearing

WASHINGTON - Former DREAMer and Phoenix resident Oscar Vazquez got his citizenship, served in the Army and is "living the American dream" - a dream he worries could be scuttled for others under a Justice Department led by attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions.


Backpage.com executives plead Fifth in hearing on sex trafficking

WASHINGTON - Executives of the online classifieds site Backpage.com refused to answer questions Tuesday from a Senate committee investigating claims that the site facilitated child sex trafficking through its adult ads section.


Court says Prescott violated contract to treat metals plant wastewater

WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Tuesday said Prescott breached its contract to treat wastewater from the Pure Wafer plant when it tried to get the plant to pay for the cost of meeting tougher state environmental regulations.