By Emily L. Mahoney | Monday, April 10, 2017
PHOENIX - When 13 states recently filed a brief in support of President Trump’s travel ban, they used Arizona’s rocky history of immigration enforcement at the core of their legal argument.
By Adriana Becerra | Monday, April 10, 2017
CAMP VERDE – Zach Hauser hopes that part of his family-owned property will remain a farm “forever.”
By Caity Hemmerle | Friday, March 31, 2017
This week's top Cronkite News digital stories include reporting on the Final Four, a Cronkite News analysis of Latino representation in Valley police departments and a podcast focused on sleep deprivation among college students.
By Kayla Becton | Friday, March 31, 2017
Cronkite News special: Borderlands reporting
By Adriana De Alba | Tuesday, March 28, 2017
As the shortage of honey bees worsens, California growers increasingly rely on bees from Arizona for pollination.
By Adriana Becerra | Wednesday, March 22, 2017
PHOENIX – Phoenix officials on Wednesday opened a new program to help low-income residents gain the skills they need to secure higher-paying jobs.
By Mindy Riesenberg | Thursday, March 16, 2017
BROWNSVILLE, Texas -- The first thing you notice is how green everything is.
By Kendra Penningroth | Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017
WASHINGTON - The judges were impressed, but when the awards were announced at the Future City competition Tuesday the Veritas Homeschoolers team came up just short, finishing second in the national engineering contest.
By Kendra Penningroth | Monday, Feb. 20, 2017
WASHINGTON - When faced with the problem of cleaning up a polluted petrochemical site in Ecuador, a team of urban planners from Arizona turned to "microbial degradation" and "phytoremediation" to biologically break down pollutants on the site.
By Caity Hemmerle | Friday, Feb. 17, 2017
Social Refresh: Top Cronkite News stories of the week
By Charlene Santiago | Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017
PHOENIX - Dozens of Phoenix area businesses closed their doors and their employees stayed home for “A Day Without Immigrants,” a national effort to highlight the contributions of immigrants to the U.S. economy.
By Adriana De Alba | Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017
PHOENIX - The Cartwright School District is working to bridge the gap between its students and STEM education to encourage more Latinos and young women to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering, or STEM.