By Andres Guerra Luz | Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017
WASHINGTON - Jamal Saleh fled violence and police brutality in his native Syria in 2013, resettling in Phoenix with his wife and seven children, but leaving his farm, his beloved hometown, his brother and his sisters back in Syria.
By Logan Newman | Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017
GLENDALE - Throughout the week leading up to Saturday’s PlayStation Fiesta Bowl, Clemson players spoke about how last season’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game loss in Arizona left a bad taste in their mouths.
By Krandall Brantley | Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016
University High School, located in West Los Angeles, features a socially aware group of players under the direction of coach John Washington.
By SeungYeol Cho | Monday, Dec. 5, 2016
CHANDLER — When John Chung opened his first restaurant, Gogi, in Chandler, only 10 percent of his customers were American. He was primarily focused on Korean consumers.
By Aida Chavez | Monday, Nov. 7, 2016
WASHINGTON - Arizona officials were extending their condolences for a Tucson native who was among three soldiers killed Friday when their "convoy came under fire entering a Jordanian military base," according to a Defense Department statement.
By Sabella Scalise | Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016
WASHINGTON - Phoenix was held out as a model for the nation during a conference call Wednesday by transit officials pushing for approval of about $200 billion in transit projects on local ballots across the country next week.
By Nicole Vasquez | Monday, Oct. 24, 2016
SCOTTSDALE – Tim Tebow leans against the backstop netting at Scottsdale Stadium, fielding questions from reporters.
By Allie Bice | Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016
WASHINGTON - A national expert on whistleblowers Wednesday welcomed the multimillion-dollar settlement of charges against the Yavapai Regional Medical Center as "a great example" of how the system should work.
By Alexis Ramanjulu | Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016
PHOENIX - It’s getting colder in the desert. “We’re not a hockey state but we are starting to get there,” said Jordan Nash-Boulden, an Arizona State women’s hockey player.
By Anokina Touman | Tuesday, July 26, 2016
We asked Arizona Democrats in Philadelphia, "Are you noticing a 'Bernie effect' on the Democratic Party platform?"
By Keshia Butts | Tuesday, May 24, 2016
WASHINGTON — Over two days last week, three Arizonans - a teacher, a former student and a immigration case worker - came to Washington to add their voices to the debate over Merrick Garland's stalled Supreme Court nomination.
By Zac Pacleb | Tuesday, April 12, 2016
After colleges began regulating them, public entities banned them and retailers pulled them from shelves, one of 2015’s biggest fads has faded.