By Sophia Kunthara | May 18, 2016
WASHINGTON - West Phoenix middle school teacher Marisol Garcia said Wednesday that Arizona has come a long way since the Brown v. Board of Education decision struck down segregated schools more than 60 years ago, but it still has a ways to go.
By Bill Slane | April 29, 2016
In its short, 20-year life, Atlanta’s Turner Field played host to one of the highest attended playoff games of all time when more than 54,000 fans crowded in to watch the Atlanta Braves play the Chicago Cubs in 2003.
By Alejandra Armstrong | April 29, 2016
Children in the state’s lower-income urban communities suffer more serious bouts of asthma caused by dirty air and other pollutants - despite decades of state and local monitoring and repeated concerns that air in their neighborhoods is dangerous to their health.
By Ben Brown | April 28, 2016
Can you remember what you were doing at age 7? I was running around, playing with friends. The only thing I worried about was what was the snack that day.
By Ben Brown | April 26, 2016
Cats have always been that furry friend that provide a form of stress relief and companionship. But a new study links them to the exact opposite.
By Miguel Otarola and Molly Bilker | April 19, 2016
SOUTHEAST ARIZONA — Inside a large chain-link cage at the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center, a Mexican gray wolf gently moves from behind a tree and into the open air. It stands in the midday sun, dark-lined eyes looking intently beyond the fence, before settling under the tree for shade.
By Gabrielle Abbott | April 18, 2016
Elizabeth Bagby-Emmons’ 8-year-old daughter was coming home after being placed in foster care for two years. But, as she prepared for her child’s return, she was unable to put food on the table. Bagby-Emmons had lost her food stamps, and with that, the ability to feed her child.
By Zac Pacleb and Ben Brown | April 13, 2016
An alternative, environmentally-focused way of interment is picking up popularity across the United States.
By Ben Brown | April 13, 2016
TEMPE – It's no secret college students have used “smart drugs” to enhance their performance in school. They often turn to medication such as Adderall and Vyvanse, prescription stimulants used to treat Attention Deficit Disorder.
By Jessica Swarner | April 11, 2016
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court ordered a resentencing Monday for a Navajo man who was sentenced to life without parole for murder and conspiracy to murder in 2002, when he was just 16 years old.
By Miguel Otárola | March 22, 2016
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton won Arizona’s presidential preference elections in an early call Tuesday, giving distinctive momentum to the two leading candidates.
By Ben Brown | March 17, 2016
Schools have used 3-D printers to build everything from robot parts to iPod cases. A local surgeon utilized the technology to help rebuild a patient’s face. And Local Motors, an Arizona based manufacturing company, even built a 3-D printed car.