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Vibrant Latino arts community reflects generational differences

PHOENIX - Scattered across the Valley are vibrant, visual homages to a rich past, present and future. Latino, Hispanic and Chicano art has had an iconic presence in the Southwest for hundreds of years, and nowhere is this presence more striking than in downtown Phoenix. Though Latino artists of all ages in Phoenix share this rich history, their art reflects it in distinct ways.

Valley artist Carlos Rivas, 36, works on a portion of a mural in downtown Phoenix.

State agency spent millions on failed biospecimen program it hopes to revive

Everything changed for Brent Gendleman in 2003.


Arizona State University partners with PayPal and education nonprofit to help students lower college debt

Arizona State University has teamed up with PayPal and a nonprofit, Education at Work, to help students gain real-world experience and lower financial debt.


Skinner, James among athletes with Arizona ties taking aim at Rio

MyKayla Skinner’s siblings got her started in gymnastics.


Four things legal drinkers need to know about using vertical IDs to buy alcohol in Arizona

Vertical driver’s licenses are now accepted as valid identification in Arizona for out-of-state residents 21 years old and older who want to buy alcohol, ending a nearly 21-month ban and bringing relief to customers and business owners.


A trip through southeastern Arizona is a chance to see the complexities of border life

U.S.-Mexico Border — Over the weekend, Borderlands team digital reporters Miguel Otárola and Molly Bilker, along with photographer Courtney Pedroza, took a reporting trip that brought them through some of the historic landmark towns of southeastern Arizona. The trip began in Bisbee, took a quick jaunt to Douglas and its sister city in Mexico, Agua Prieta, and eventually ended in Nogales.


Protesters denounce anti-immigrant bills, rhetoric of hate in Arizona

A day after billionaire Donald Trump won the Arizona Republican primary, more than 100 protesters gathered outside the state Capitol, denouncing what they call the candidate’s message of hate.


UA medical students find their match, join residency programs across country

Sixty-six medical students held their breath. Seconds later, all 66 cheered with joy and jubilation.


Phoenix teen brings story to panel weighing access to life-saving drugs

WASHINGTON - When his family moved from Phoenix to London so he could get treatment for a potentially deadly form of cancer, Brophy College Preparatory student Diego Morris said they were "not looking for guarantees - just hope."


Guacamole growing Super Bowl MVP snack food

This Sunday, football fans should only worry about the final score in the Super Bowl, not the guacamole bowl running out. Mexico is making sure of that, exporting millions of avocados to guacamole-crazed Americans for the game.


Cross-border airport terminal transforms travel

SAN DIEGO – U.S. travelers who want to fly out of the international airport in Tijuana, Mexico can now use a new terminal that straddles the border.


Trigger lock created by Lake Havasu inventor

LAKE HAVASU — In a speech on Jan. 5, President Barack Obama called on people and gun manufacturers to develop technology that would make guns safer.

Gun clip