By Ryan Decker and Natalie Tarangioli | Oct. 20, 2016
TEMPE – Arizona State University now allows football fans to rely on clear bags to carry items into Sun Devil Stadium, joining other professional and college teams seeking to make game days safe and secure but drawing mixed reviews from fans.
By Cassie Ronda | Oct. 19, 2016
PHOENIX – A vitriolic presidential race and a shrinking white Christian demographic in the U.S. have fractured the decades-old voting bloc of the religious right.
Oct. 18, 2016
Native American education, Chinese sports culture, Latino organizations
By Natalie Tarangioli | Oct. 18, 2016
PHOENIX - Piggly's Barbeque, one of nearly 100 vendors at the Arizona State Fair, will use 40 to 50 gallons of cooking oil every day to make their Piggly Fries and other fare.
By Bri Cossavella | Oct. 18, 2016
MESA – Debra Hartin's family remembers a woman who lived her life fiercely, with few limits. She rowed canoes in the Minnesota wilderness, her clothes drenched from rain. She swam in a triathlon, sharing the running and biking with her sister and niece. She hiked trails in Usery Mountain Regional Park — her favorite park in the Valley.
By Claire M. Roney | Oct. 5, 2016
MESA - Two years ago, when she became a Mormon, Andrea Hunt faced opposition from her staunchly Catholic Guatemalan family.
By Michelle Chance | Sept. 12, 2016
TEMPE – Adriana Sandoval was a kindergartner when the two commercial airliners crashed into the twin towers. The youngster witnessed the atrocities of man through a television screen.
By Elizabeth Campbell, Natalie Griffin and Amber Reece | Aug. 24, 2016
By Mike Lakusiak, Erin Vogel-Fox, Courtney Columbus and Marianna Hauglie | Aug. 23, 2016
SAN JUAN COUNTY, Utah – Terry Whitehat remembers gathering at the community hall in Navajo Mountain each election day, where Navajo Nation members in this remote Utah community would cast their ballots.
By Emily Zentner | Aug. 10, 2016
WASHINGTON - The last book Khizr Khan sent his son Humayun, an Army captain who was killed in a 2004 car bombing in Iraq, was Sen. John McCain's "Why Courage Matters."
By Landon Brown | July 19, 2016
PHOENIX — Leandro Barbosa, who earned the 2006-07 Sixth Man of the Year and Dan Majerle Hustle Award in Phoenix early in his career and played for the 2014-15 NBA champion Golden State Warriors, signed a multi-year contract Tuesday to return to the Suns.
By Sophia Kunthara | July 7, 2016
WASHINGTON - Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump was on Capitol Hill to reach out to Republican lawmakers Thursday but ended up criticizing several instead, saving his sharpest comments for Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, according to published reports.