By Rodrigo Cervantes | Dec. 27, 2019
MEXICO CITY – Five hundred years after the Spanish arrived in Mexico, the nation still is coming to terms with the conquistadors, who slaughtered millions as they brought benefits to the New World.
By Bret Jaspers | Nov. 11, 2019
PHOENIX – A new model from the Arizona Department of Water Resources for Pinal County predicts that demand for water will outstrip availability over the next 100 years, leaving some developers wondering whether they can build at all.
By Christopher Lindsay | Oct. 31, 2019
SCOTTSDALE – Salt River High School volleyball players were targets of racial taunts. Their governing body is organizing a committee to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
By Christopher Lindsay | Oct. 10, 2019
PHOENIX – The GCU men’s basketball team welcomes two new transfer players, Jaylen Fisher and Isiah Brown.
By Deagan Urbatsch | Oct. 8, 2019
CASA GRANDE – Arizona Republicans opposed to an impeachment inquiry into President Trump on Tuesday
By Christopher Lindsay | Oct. 8, 2019
PHOENIX – People gathered at Saint Xavier Catholic church to celebrate the life of Arizona Cardinals owner Bill Bidwill.
By Christopher Lindsay | Sept. 26, 2019
PHOENIX – The GCU Men’s soccer team prides itself in diversity as almost half of the team members are internationally born.
By Melissa Robbins | Aug. 8, 2019
SCOTTSDALE – Taliesin West in Scottsdale and seven other Frank Lloyd Wright structures were inducted last month.
By Laurel Morales | June 3, 2019
DILKON – Utilities from around the country have helped connect more Navajo homes to the electrical grid. The 15,000 homes without power represent 75% of the homes in America that still are not electrified.
By Lillian Donahue | May 15, 2019
PHOENIX – Latino and lower-income communities of Phoenix are breathing in more polluted air than residents in other parts of the city, and a new report indicates it’s part of a national trend.
By Angelica Cabral | May 10, 2019
Talented Venezuelan migrants in Peru share their stories about trying to earn a living through art.
By Andrew Howard | April 29, 2019
WASHINGTON - Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio vowed to continue fighting to clear his name of a criminal contempt of court conviction for racial profiling, after the Supreme Court rejected his challenge of an appeals court ruling in the case.