By Amy-Xiaoshi DePaola | Monday, Sept. 16, 2019
WASHINGTON - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey joined business leaders in Washington on Monday to push for final approval of the "critical" U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement and protect trade that is worth billions in trade to the state.
By Amy-Xiaoshi DePaola | Monday, Sept. 2, 2019
WASHINGTON - The state is already approving licenses under a new law that requires most professional licensing boards and commissions to accept valid out-of-state licenses, avoiding the cost and hassle of training and testing for an Arizona license to do what they already know how to do.
By Amy-Xiaoshi DePaola | Friday, Aug. 23, 2019
WASHINGTON - Consumer advocates said that Wells Fargo's $6.5 million settlement of a Navajo Nation lawsuit that charged the bank with preying on tribal members is a "tremendous victory" for Native communities targeted by such practices.
By Amy-Xiaoshi DePaola | Thursday, June 27, 2019
MESA – Phoenix Roller Sports Club practices figure-skating on wheels
By Melissa Robbins and Abbagail Leon | Tuesday, June 11, 2019
TUCSON – Humanitarian aid worker Scott Warren’s federal trial ended without a verdict.
By Hailey Mensik | Monday, April 15, 2019
TEMPE – Criminal justice officials and community members at an Arizona Town Hall session discussed ways to reform the state’s broken criminal justice system.
By Andrew Howard | Monday, April 8, 2019
WASHINGTON - There were 14 more Mexican gray wolves in the wild last year, a "huge relief" to conservationists but not nearly enough for them to stop worrying about the long-term viability of the endangered animal, which now numbers 131 in Arizona and New Mexico.
By Joseph Caulo | Wednesday, March 6, 2019
PHOENIX – Popularity and availability increases for high school sports live online.
By Marcella Baietto | Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019
PHOENIX – Workers at a Phoenix flower wholesale distributor say demand for Valentine’s Day roses has spiked in recent years.
By Jennifer Alvarez | Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019
SURPRISE – Surprise residents toss toys, money and food byproducts like grease into their drains that end up clogging equipment at the Surprise South Water Reclamation Facility. A new campaign teaches Surprise residents to save taxpayer money with proper disposal.
By Keerthi Vedantam | Friday, Jan. 18, 2019
WASHINGTON - The first-ever Indigenous Peoples March brought thousands from all over the country and as far away as Australia and the Caribbean to raise awareness on issues many attendees share, from violence violence against Native women to environmental problems.
By Luke Runyon | Monday, Dec. 17, 2018
LAS VEGAS – Water managers across the West, particularly in Arizona, are under pressure to implement a contingency plan to keep dwindling reservoirs from collapse.