By Andrea Estrada | Jan. 19, 2018
Local First Arizona's business accelerator program promotes growth of local Latino businesses.
By Andrea Estrada and Leah Goldberg | Jan. 10, 2018
PHOENIX - A federal judge’s late night decision on DACA stirred up mixed reactions from recipients in the Valley.
By Andrea Jaramillo Valencia | Nov. 6, 2017
PHOENIX — Dolores Escobar takes a 30-minute bus ride every Sunday from her house to the closest water-vending machine and carries eight empty gallon jugs with her to refill them.
By Kaddie Stephens | Feb. 10, 2017
NOGALES, ARIZONA — All seemed calm at this southern Arizona town Thursday despite Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Gov. Doug Ducey touring the border.
By Emily L. Mahoney | Feb. 10, 2017
PHOENIX - Citing limited resources and Arizona’s controversial history, many local and state law enforcement officials said they have no plans to amp up their immigration enforcement in light of a presidential executive order calling for them to crackdown on illegal immigration.
By Emily L. Mahoney | Jan. 25, 2017
NOGALES, ARIZONA - As President Donald Trump signed executive orders in Washington to build a wall and increase enforcement of the U.S.-Mexico border, Carlos Santa Cruz’s small section of fence behind his house was quiet and serene. A landscaper in Nogales and Rio Rico, he has lived right next to the border for 37 years and has seen the changes that have come with different presidential administrations.
By Maria Estrada | Dec. 4, 2015
Police are investigating a rash of burglaries in Laveen and say the cooler temperatures may be to blame as people leave their windows open.
By Maria Estrada | Nov. 13, 2015
Tax filing season has yet to begin, but federal investigators say they are receiving reports of con artists that are making IRS impersonation phone calls to demand money from taxpayers.