By Matthew Tonis | Monday, March 14, 2016
Opponents of a legislative move to reduce state oversight of “dark money” said changes approved last week by the Senate would put Arizona elections under a cloud.
By Lauren Clark | Tuesday, March 1, 2016
WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers welcomed Tuesday's announcement that the former director of the Phoenix VA hospital pleaded guilty to failing to disclose gifts from a lobbyist, but said it was too little and too late for veterans waiting for justice.
By Blake Benard | Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Chefs and health inspectors approach dining out in different ways but share a common goal: to reward your trust in restaurants by making sure food is safe for you to eat.
By Lauren Clark | Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Wednesday said the Environmental Protection Agency acted properly when it rejected Arizona's pollution-control plan for the Coronado Generating Station and imposed its own strict emission limits instead.
By Sara Weber | Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016
WASHINGTON - Phoenix faces a bigger financial threat from a market crash than it does from drought, terrorism or any of a number of other manmade and natural disasters, according to a new "risk index" of cities around the globe.
By Elena Mendoza | Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016
“Rock your maple leaf, get a little loonie.”
By Lauren Clark | Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016
WASHINGTON - It's a rainy Monday morning at Potomac Metals, a scrap yard just outside of Washington, D.C., as a customer climbs into the bed of his pickup truck and starts sorting odd scraps of metal into piles.
By Ben Margiott | Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016
Two Democratic state lawmakers have teamed up to address the growing concerns over police accountability and transparency in the wake of controversial officer-involved shootings.
By Jessica Swarner | Monday, Jan. 25, 2016
WASHINGTON - Jen Pitera hoped that when she brought a group of students from Phoenix-area Catholic schools to Washington last week they would learn more about what goes on in the nation's capital.
By Lauren Clark | Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016
Kim Vu could smell the salty sea breeze from the San Diego loft just above a local coffee shop.When she arrived, the Phoenix native was thrilled when she noticed a small gift – a birthday card with a bag of goodies.
By Alicia Clark | Friday, Dec. 4, 2015
When Reva Wood was a child, her Spanish-speaking parents made the decision to only speak to her in English. They wanted to protect Wood.
By Lauren Clark | Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015
In addition to the president, millions of others will pardon turkeys from the imminent threat of Thanksgiving this year.