By Vivian Meza | June 29, 2018
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.
By Pat Poblete | June 4, 2018
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.
By Fortesa Latifi | March 23, 2018
High school students are spending hours prepping for the Phoenix rally of March for Our Lives, a nationwide movement on Saturday.
By Chris McCrory | Feb. 28, 2018
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.
By Philip Athey | Jan. 17, 2018
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.
By Kianna Gardner | Jan. 1, 2018
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.
By Maddy Ryan | Dec. 7, 2017
BISBEE – The students digging beneath the stands at Bisbee’s Warren Ballpark have unearthed a few artifacts that provide a glimpse into what life was like for fans of the century-old ballpark: firearm cartridges, broken glass bottles, bus tokens.
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 Courtney Mally | Oct. 31, 2017
PHOENIX — “This connects us to our ancient, indigenous past.”
By Andrea Jaramillo Valencia | Oct. 12, 2017
PHOENIX ‒ Dolores Huerta is a woman of many facets. Political activist, union leader, mother and a civil and women's rights icon. She is also one of the most underrated public figures in recent history.
By Courtney Mally | Sept. 29, 2017
By Courtney Mally | Sept. 26, 2017
PHOENIX - Until recently, President Donald Trump’s travel bans included countries where primarily the Muslim religion was dominant. That changed, however, over the weekend, when he included two new countries: North Korea and Venezuela.