By Lillian Donahue | Nov. 12, 2018
WASHINGTON - Pat Haggard has spent most of his 89 years in Arizona - but for a couple years in the 1950s when he headed thousands of miles from home to fight in Korea, in what is often called the forgotten war. Now, he and other vets are remembering, and being remembered, in an Honor Flight.
By Sam Ficarro | Sept. 28, 2018
PHOENIX – The NCAA and Arizona universities are paying close attention to the issue of gender discrepancy when it comes to coaching women's sports. Since the passage of Title IX, the percentage of women coaches has declined.
By David Nazar | Sept. 10, 2018
About 60,000 people are homeless in Los Angeles, and Mayor Eric Garcetti recently declared homelessness in this city a state of emergency.
By Tayler Brown | July 11, 2018
Visitors can now build fires in the Coconino forest but restrictions remain in place for other Arizona forests, including Gila, Tonto and Kaibab national forests.
By Stina Sieg | June 5, 2018
Cars and trucks have replaced mules in most places, but the beasts of burden still reign supreme at the Grand Canyon. Every day, mules at the Grand Canyon carry supplies, souvenirs, trash and people up and down the South Rim.
By Faith Miller | May 15, 2018
A ballot initiative to promote renewable energy in Arizona could force the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station to close.
By Katie Woo | April 30, 2018
The strong Dominican presence in Major League baseball has a lot to do with Felipe Alou, who was a trailblazer from that country.
By Ariana Bustos | April 10, 2018
By Kyley Schultz | Feb. 6, 2018
WASHINGTON - The House gave final approval to measures aimed at protecting congressional workers from sexual harassment. It comes just two months after the abrupt resignation of Rep. Trent Franks, R-Glendale, in the face of a harassment investigation.
By Trevor Fay | Nov. 15, 2017
WASHINGTON - It's been almost six years since Gabrielle Giffords walked the halls of the Capitol, but her time away does not appear to have reduced the number of friends and supporters the former Tucson congresswoman has here.
By Samantha Pouls and Jackie López | Oct. 6, 2017
NOGALES, Mexico – Sixty truck drivers scribbled notes in a Mexican warehouse last month as they listened to a United States border inspection officer describe the types of things officers examine during border inspections.
By Shayla Hyde | Sept. 8, 2017
BUCKEYE — Local leaders say salt cedar trees are invading the Gila River, causing flood andfire hazards and choking native vegetation and wildlife habitats. They say it’s time for the trees, planted a century ago to slow erosion, to make their final stand.