By Olivia Richard | Jan. 30, 2018
15-year-old diagnosed as a child with a disability disorder takes ballet and finds her joy, improvement in motor skills
By Courtney Mally | Nov. 17, 2017
PHOENIX — Kayla White was 12 years old that winter morning when her life was changed forever. On Jan. 2, 2009, White’s mother was killed by her father, becoming a victim of domestic violence.
By Kianna Gardner | Sept. 6, 2017
PHOENIX – Arizona environmental officials on Wednesday warned visitors and residents to only eat limited amounts of certain kinds of fish contaminated with mercury found in three fishing areas in the state, adding to a growing list of advisories against fish consumption in lakes and streams.
By Kianna Gardner | Aug. 31, 2017
PHOENIX – Local conservation and environmental organizations plan to expand efforts to protect and grow Sonoran bald eagle populations after a federal court decision to deny the birds a spot on the endangered species list.
By Sabella Scalise and Dillion Eddie | Sept. 7, 2016
ARLINGTON, Va. - In many ways, it was a typical Arlington National Cemetery funeral - there was a color guard and fly-over, a rifle salute, a carefully folded flag and the playing of "Taps."
By Alexa Salari and Christina Tetreault | May 24, 2016
SCOTTSDALE -- Silly name. Serious solution. That’s what local Arizona company Soilworks calls its Gorilla-Snot fix to the blowing dust that resulted in a 62-mile stretch of Interstate 10 being closed multiple times during the past several weeks.
By Lauren Clark | Feb. 24, 2016
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Wednesday said the Environmental Protection Agency acted properly when it rejected Arizona's pollution-control plan for the Coronado Generating Station and imposed its own strict emission limits instead.
By Kristen Carver | July 28, 2015
While coaching the women’s soccer team at St. Mary’s College of California, head coach Kai Edwards noticed something about his star player, Caroline Kruez. She was always out ahead of everybody. She would touch the sideline first in sprints, get to the ball before any opponent in a game and she never asked for a substitution.
By Emily Mahoney and Agnel Philip | May 1, 2015
Michelle Lacy, who served 7.5 years in a state prison for drug charges, has managed to do what she says many of her friends from her time in prison weren’t able to do: start over.