GOODYEAR – Rachel Miller is her generation’s Rosie the Riveter, becoming a welder in an industry where there are still few women.
PHOENIX – In the wake of a state Supreme Court decision allowing extracted marijuana products, the foundation of the industry’s future may rest on concentrates, or extracts.
TUCSON – Tucson Cine Mexico launched its 16th annual festival Wednesday night celebrating Mexican cinema through film screenings and discussions with Mexican filmmakers.
PHOENIX – Caregivers and nonprofit leaders support SB 1357, which would create a coalition to study and recommend mandatory Alzheimer’s training for health care professionals and first responders.
SCOTTSDALE – The WMPO brought together various celebrities and professionals to participate in the 2019 Annexus Pro-Am
SCOTTSDALE – Thanks to a senior class that persevered through a winless season, UCF is on the doorstep of back-to-back New Year’s Six bowl wins.
PHOENIX - The Indian Child Welfare Act is designed to keep Native American children in Native families and communities, and in touch with their heritaage, but 40 years after its passage the law faces rising numbers of legal challenges and a critical courtroom loss.
PHOENIX – Airbnb has created the Open Homes program that allows hosts to open their homes to refugees at no cost. Through this program, refugees are given the chance to connect with their community and get their feet back on the ground.
FORT DEFIANCE – Arizona State women’s basketball brought the game of basketball to the Navajo people.
WASHINGTON - Arizona will see a wetter and warmer winter than usual, with a weak El Nino system bringing steady, mild rains to the state that, combined with recent rains, could help put a nick in the state's drought conditions, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.
‘Everyone’s got a story’: Portraits at André House show humanity, stories of people who are homeless
PHOENIX – Amateur photographer Samuel MacDonald shoots formal portraits at André House to show people that being homeless does not diminish their value. “You are someone who is beautiful,” MacDonald said.
Sen. John McCain wrote a farewell letter to “my fellow Americans” and “especially Arizonans,” thanking them for the privilege of serving them, expressing his love for the country and voicing his hope that citizens’ love of country will triumph over “challenging times.”