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Ajo growing own produce in food desert

The small, rural town of Ajo, Arizona, was once a food desert. But now, thanks to the "Get Going, Get Growing" gardening initiative, the town has plenty of options for locally grown organic food.

Big horn sheep return to Catalina Mountains

Twenty-nine big horn sheep have a new home in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson.

Scholarships help families with special needs education

Arizona ranked No. 1 for the best state to live in because of how well state Medicaid programs serve those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, according to a study released this year by United Cerebral Palsy.

Sky Harbor Airport preparing for holiday travel germs

In just a few short weeks, airport travel will increase for the holiday season. 150,000 passengers will be traveling through Sky Harbor Airport to visit family across the country for a 12-day travel period around Thanksgiving.

Drill trains emergency responders in case of massive earthquake

The Department of Emergency and Military Affairs, also knowns as DEMA, tested statewide agencies in an earthquake drill simulating a 7.0 earthquake north of Paulden in Yavapai County on Wednesday.

ME3 app helps students determine career path

Many high schoolers have trouble deciding their path in college and what they want to major in.

ME3 app on phone

Leaders look to close Latino education gap

Only 17 percent of Latinos in Arizona have an associate degree or higher, according to research conducted by the Morrison Institute.

Missing in Arizona: Biggs’ sister speaks about Mikelle

Jan. 2 will mark 17 years since 11-year-old Mikelle Biggs went missing outside of her Mesa home. Her sister, Kimber Biggs, now 26, was the last one to see her.

From gridlock to the gridiron: Cops face Congress in charity football game

WASHINGTON - When the Guards played the Mean Machine on Wednesday, they met on the one playing field in Washington where partisan politics has no place.

Arizona legislature school funding lawsuit could come to end

GOP legislators are being briefed this week on a possible settlement to a lawsuit over school funding in Arizona Public School after years of legal battles.

Craigslist fraud plagues Phoenix residents

Craigslist fraud continues to plague online buyers and law enforcement in the Phoenix area, according to local authorities.

City of Phoenix approved to hire consultant for alternative fuel evaluation

City of Phoenix vehicles may be trading in gasoline power for electric power.