By Philip Athey | Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court has refused to hear the appeal of a repeat murderer and rapist who has been on Arizona's death row for 40 years for a string of grisly crimes in Maricopa County in 1976.
By Michelle Minahen | Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017
AVONDALE — Big changes are in the works at Phoenix Raceway. On top of its massive renovation, the track unveiled its announcement of a title shift on Sept. 26. The track has signed ISM Connect as its naming rights partner. The transition to becoming ISM Raceway, effective 2018, is the first time in the track’s history that it has sold such rights.
By Tanner Stechnij | Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017
SECOND MESA – Houses and corn fields dot the Hopi reservation, spread across three mesas in northeastern Arizona and circled by the much larger Navajo Nation. The seemingly barren Hopi land carries a rich, centuries old history and, now, an uncertain economic future.
By Jasmine Spearing-Bowen, Shawna Truong, Shayla Hyde and Andrea Jaramillo Valencia | Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017
PHOENIX - Police deployed tear gas, concussion grenades and pepper balls to disperse the crowd near the Phoenix Convention Center as tensions rose following a campaign-style rally Tuesday night by President Donald Trump and counterprotesters.
By Alexis Kuhbander | Friday, Aug. 18, 2017
On this episode of In Focus, we discuss wrong-way driving and the new technology that the Arizona Department of Transportation is installing on the Interstate 17. Digital Producer Alexis Kuhbander speaks to someone who barely avoided a wrong-way collision, along with a public safety official and vehicle-detection system expert, who highlight the importance of the thermal enhancements.
By Staff | Wednesday, July 19, 2017
News that Arizona Sen. John McCain is battling brain cancer brought reaction from the White House, former presidents, allies and past opponents.
By Nicole Tyau | Tuesday, July 11, 2017
BERKELEY, Calif. – Tucked behind a Whole Foods in a corner warehouse unit, Ron and Faye Mitchell grow 8,000 pounds of food each month without using any soil, and they recycle the water their plants don’t use.
By Ben Wong | Friday, April 28, 2017
LOS ANGELES - When Michael McDowell first visited the Phoenix Kart Racing Association track, it was not to drive but to clap and cheer for his brother’s friend. Engulfed in the competitive atmosphere and a witness to Arizona’s love for the sport, the experience captivated him.
By Lily Altavena | Wednesday, March 15, 2017
WADDELL - Before welcoming a newborn into their home, Michelle and Scott Medved prepared as many parents would. They installed magnetic locks on their cabinets, put together a detailed first aid kit and carefully plotted out an evacuation plan, marking the exits in each room in their home.
By Ryan Santistevan | Friday, March 10, 2017
PHOENIX - A new exhibit by the award-winning team of Hakeem Khaaliq and Queen Muhammad Ali that showcases isolated descendants of African natives who settled in Mexico is on display at the monOrchid gallery in downtown Phoenix’s Roosevelt Row.
By Tyler Handlan | Friday, Feb. 17, 2017
TEMPE - In youth sports, parents often are called upon to coach their children. It’s a dynamic that can be rewarding and successful. It also can be difficult and create conflict, especially if it is an individual sport, such as golf.
By Jenna Aronson | Friday, Jan. 27, 2017
TEMPE - Tempe City Council unanimously adopted an ordinance Thursday that implements rules for electric bicycles, which are not regulated by the state.