By Lauren Intrieri | Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018
TEMPE – The Arizona Office of Tourism and Arizona State University specifically market to Chinese international students to attend school in Arizona, hoping to encourage friends and family to visit.
By Laurel Morales | Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018
FLAGSTAFF – The decision to cut more than 1,300 old-growth trees last summer in an Arizona forest has been criticized for breaking trust with the thinning project's backers. This at a time when forest management is receiving national attention for the role it plays in preventing catastrophic wildfires like the ones we're seeing in California.
By Kaely Monahan, Lauren Gilger and Mark Brodie | Monday, Dec. 3, 2018
PHOENIX – Hikers at the Grand Canyon have found a set of 28 small footprints on a slab of rock that had fallen from the canyon wall. It turns out that the set of tracks is about 310 million years old – nearly 250 million years before the age of dinosaurs.
By SuElen Rivera and Abdel Jimenez | Monday, Nov. 26, 2018
PHOENIX – Asylum seekers face difficulties at the Mexican-American border with tear gas and border closures in Tijuana, but pro-immigrant groups want to help.
By Luke Runyon | Monday, Nov. 26, 2018
GREELEY, Colorado – Snow has returned to the Rockies this winter, raising hopes of a drought recovery, but experts say that optimism is likely premature.
By Heather van Blokland | Friday, Nov. 23, 2018
PHOENIX – Despite rising demand and prices for lemons, Arizona’s industry has no room for growth. Overallocated water rights, high temperatures and the loss of cropland are the reasons.
By Jimmie Jackson | Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018
PHOENIX – Federal research funds that could lead to the prevention, cure or treatment of Alzheimer’s disease has reached $1.9 billion annually but still lags far behind research money for cancer and HIV/AIDS, experts said.
By Carly Henry | Monday, Nov. 19, 2018
PHOENIX – Despite record-setting numbers in the November midterm election, turnout will likely remain a problem in Arizona, policy experts said Monday. But they expect a trend towards split-ticket voting, where people choose by candidate rather than party, to continue.
By Karisma Sandoval | Monday, Nov. 19, 2018
MIAMI – A program from ADOT, the Arizona Department of Transportation, is helping women and minorities gain the skills they need to get jobs in the construction industry.
By Stephanie Morse | Friday, Nov. 9, 2018
GREER – Hunters and Arizona Game & Fish workers are continuing the long fight to keep Arizona’s deer and elk safe from chronic wasting disease.
By SuElen Rivera and Samantha Gebers | Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018
PHOENIX – While some people faced difficulties casting their ballot in the 2018 midterm elections, others are at work looking for new ways to make the voting process easier and more accessible.
1.7 million votes and counting: Officials say wait until Thursday for results of McSally, Sinema Senate race
By Chris McCrory and Gina Dattolo | Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018
PHOENIX – Only a small fraction of votes separate Arizona Senate candidates McSally and Sinema. McSally is ticking ahead with 99 percent of precincts counted.