By Mindy Riesenberg | Sept. 15, 2016
VERDE VALLEY – The valley is tucked south of the red rocks of Sedona, lush with greenery and alive with wildlife that flock to the banks of the river running through it.
By Selena Makrides | Aug. 2, 2016
PHOENIX — Hillary Clinton is alternately revered and reviled, similar to Donald Trump, her Republican opponent for president. Here is what some Arizona residents – Democrats, Independents and others with no political party affiliation – had to say about the woman seeking to become the next U.S. president.
By Kylee Sam | April 27, 2016
FLAGSTAFF - Vince Sherry, a former collegiate cross-country runner at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, visited Flagstaff for the first time in 2006. He liked it so much he moved there with his wife two weeks later.
By Zac Pacleb and Chloe Nordquist | March 30, 2016
JEROME – Glen Odegard spent more than a year repairing and renovating a historic home in Jerome after a mudslide left it vacant for more than a half century. For the past three years, tourists have rented out the house.
By Kaitlyn Thompson | Feb. 24, 2016
Director and producer Marcus De Leon spent more than two years asking investors for the funding he needed to create his film “There and Back.”
By Lauren Clark | 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 Jason Axelrod | Dec. 10, 2015
Editor's note: FYI is an ongoing series of feature stories by Cronkite News digital production bureau students that help explain various issues that impact the Valley. TUCSON – Look up at the sky once the sun goes down. How many stars do you see?
By Torrence Dunham | Dec. 4, 2015
The Arizona Diamondbacks have shed their skin for the second time in franchise history. On Thursday night at Chase Field, the Diamondbacks unveiled seven brand-new bold uniforms with designs that are a clear nod to a younger demographic and the next generation of Diamondbacks baseball.
By Erin Johnson | Nov. 2, 2015
Normally around this time of year the leaves on the trees in northern Arizona have changed to reds, oranges and yellows.
By Ty Scholes | Oct. 19, 2015
CAMP VERDE – Dennis Ly heard about the pristine swimming holes at Fossil Creek from a neighbor. The clear blue, 72-degree water was a siren song in the middle of a fiery Arizona July. Determined to check out this desert oasis, he and three friends made the two-hour drive to swim and relax, but minutes from their destination, they hit a roadblock.
Arizona Diamondbacks executive battles low attendance at Chase Field through marketing efforts, concourse changes
By Stefan Modrich | Oct. 16, 2015
Graham Rossini spent four years as an intern shadowing Arizona State University's baseball coach at the time, Pat Murphy.
By Torrence Dunham | Oct. 8, 2015
In the fall of 2001, the Valley was painted purple and teal as the upstart Diamondbacks, just four seasons into their existence, were locked in a World Series battle with the storied New York Yankees.