CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The Arizona State women’s basketball program is in a familiar spot as it prepares for the second round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. It wants to get to a less familiar spot: the Sweet 16.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Although others have complained that Arizona State was sent to the Coral Gables regional of the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament, the Sun Devils are focused on winning.
TEMPE - The ASU women’s basketball team hopes for a strong start in the NCAA Tournament.
PHOENIX – Derrick Coleman, the NFL’s first legally deaf offensive player, shared his story with the Phoenix School for the Deaf.
FORT DEFIANCE – Arizona State women’s basketball brought the game of basketball to the Navajo people.
Thousands of tons of concrete changed the Colorado River forever when the Glen Canyon dam was built. We look at the history and the role for the next generation
This is the first year that Mexican citizens living abroad were able to register to vote without having to return to Mexico. More than 150,000 citizens living in the U.S. registered for the July 1 elections.
WASHINGTON - Arizona election officials have agreed to settle a lawsuit that claimed the state's two-track voter registration process, with one track requiring proof of citizenship, was unduly burdensome and "irrationally" disenfranchised thousands of voters.
High school students are spending hours prepping for the Phoenix rally of March for Our Lives, a nationwide movement on Saturday.
Courtney Jenkins, who once headed a group of black firefighters, has taken on leadership roles from recruitment to community outreach during 26 years with the Phoenix Fire Department.
WASHINGTON - Arizona's two Republican senators took President Donald Trump to task in separate forums Wednesday, saying his attacks on the press and "fake news" embolden dictators to crack down on media abroad and endanger democracy at home.
LA SIERRA GORDA, Queretaro, Mexico – The Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve covers nearly 1 million acres that shelter 2,200 species of plants and animals, but ever-increasing numbers of people who come to visit can pose a major threat if not regulated carefully, activists worry.