PHOENIX – It can happen in an instant: You lose your job. You can’t pay your medical bills. You have an accident.
TUCSON – When Dustbunny first learned about cosplay in high school, she viewed it as just “dress up.”
WASHINGTON - House members called on Department of Homeland Security officials Tuesday to crack down on the "growing problem" of immigrants who overstay their visas in the U.S.
WASHINGTON - Nearly 629,000 people who came to the United States on a visa in fiscal 2016 stayed after it expired and were still here at the end of the year, the Department of Homeland Security reported Monday.
PHOENIX – Each day, workers at Abby Lee Farms walk down the aisles – sometimes on stilts – to inspect, prune and hand pick tomatoes on the 3-acre, indoor facility in Phoenix.
WASHINGTON - A Senate committee Wednesday approved a bill that would make it easier to hire Border Patrol officers by waiving polygraph tests for applicants who are current or former military, police or other law enforcement officers.
WASHINGTON - State and tribal officials announced a settlement Wednesday of a long-running fight against the Tohono O'odham's Desert Diamond Casino West Valley, which survived years of legal and legislative challenges before opening in 2015.
PHOENIX – What would you do if your boyfriend asked you for your cellphone password so he could check your phone?
PHOENIX – To learn a city's best dishes, you need a local guide. The Arizona Office of Tourism and the Arizona Restaurant Association recently launched website Expedition Foodie to help out-of-towners plan their culinary adventure in Arizona.
TUCSON – After her owner straps on her metal paw, Terra bounds toward a green and yellow squeaky ball.
PHOENIX – Corey duBrowa, a senior vice president at Starbucks, said Monday that the Seattle-based company may “blow past” its goal of helping 25,000 employees get degrees by 2025.
CAMP VERDE – Zach Hauser hopes that part of his family-owned property will remain a farm “forever.”