By Bo Tefu and Alexis Egeland | Jan. 28, 2017
WASHINGTON - Paula Mercado, 18, has prayed at Planned Parenthood facilities and taken part in anti-abortion protests in Arizona, but Friday found the Tucson teen on the National Mall with thousands of others pro-life protesters, many of them millennials.
By Alexis Egeland | Jan. 25, 2017
WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers defended themselves and the state this week against President Donald Trump's charges that millions of fraudulent votes were cast in November, saying they had seen no evidence of illegal voters in Arizona.
By Alexis Egeland and Kendra Penningroth | Jan. 20, 2017
WASHINGTON - Tucson resident Greg Shimn knew he would have had a better view of the ceremonies from his couch back home, but there was no way he was going to miss the chance to be there in person for Donald Trump's inauguration.
By Alexis Egeland | Jan. 19, 2017
WASHINGTON - Thousands of cots line the suite-level hallways of FedEx Field, temporary housing for 3,500 National Guardsmen from around the country who are here as part of a contingent of 7,500 guardsmen helping provide security for Friday's inauguration.
By Lily Altavena | Jan. 18, 2017
Nine students in the Havasupai Nation have filed a lawsuit against the federal government claiming that agencies including the Bureau of Indian Education “have knowingly failed to provide basic general education” to children in the remote area of Arizona.
By Alexis Egeland | Jan. 17, 2017
WASHINGTON - Two Arizona lawmakers will join dozens of Democrats who plan to boycott Friday's inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, saying they will spend time with constituents instead of the man they said ran a polarizing campaign.
By Alexis Egeland | Jan. 13, 2017
WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers followed the rest of the House Friday as it split largely down party lines to approve a budget resolution that marks the first step toward the long-held Republican goal of repealing Obamacare.
By Alexis Egeland | Jan. 10, 2017
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.
By Alexis Ramanjulu | Jan. 5, 2017
Jose Caraveo discovered fantasy football when he was in high school.
By Alejandro Barahona | Dec. 13, 2016
PHOENIX- Jolie Zuza came to Arizona as a child in 2005, fleeing war and death.
By Claire Caulfield | Nov. 28, 2016
WASHINGTON - State officials welcomed final regulations for the federal school policy that will replace the troubled No Child Left Behind program, which give states more flexibility to determine school success and which schools are falling behind.
By Alexis Ramanjulu | Nov. 23, 2016
PHOENIX – Balancing academics and athletics is a delicate juggling act, but Phoenix College wide receiver and former Joy Christian School quarterback Matthew Mitchell excelled at both - while also dealing with an inhibiting disease.