By Andrew Howard | March 6, 2019
WASHINGTON - Sen. Martha McSally, R-Arizona, revealed during a hearing on sexual assault in the miltary that she was raped by a superior officer while in the Air Force but was too "ashamed and confused" to report it, and that when she tried to report it years later she was "horrified" by tthe reponse.
By SuElen Rivera and Abdel Jimenez | Nov. 20, 2018
SHOW LOW – To fulfill their program requirement, foreign physicians are choosing to work in underserved areas, aiding many communities and people in need of medical services while these areas struggle to find more primary care physicians.
By Jasmine Putney and Shelby Knowles | Sept. 11, 2018
Conservative students, controversial national speakers and followers of the alt-right movement claim colleges are sanitizing campuses of dissent, in violation of the First Amendment’s right to free speech.
By Margaret Naczek | Aug. 3, 2018
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is entering his 15th season with the Cardinals and continues to carry his spirit of giving to the Arizona community and nationwide.
By Nathanael Gabler | June 25, 2018
Spencer Rattler is a 17-year-old high school senior, but the Pinnacle quarterback has been on a national stage for years.
By Josh Martinez | June 11, 2018
Phoenix Rising FC coach Patrice Carteron is leaving the team after one year. The soccer coach is taking a new job, a player confirmed on Monday.
By Luke Wright | May 2, 2018
During this first week of Mental Health Awareness Month, the stories of athletes’ struggles, too, are being told. “I feel like (fans) think that we are superheroes to everybody,” Phoenix Suns guard Tyler Ulis said. “We go through things in life, even though you guys see us on TV playing a game we love and having fun. We still go through our ups and down as well.”
By Chris McCrory | April 20, 2018
As Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed bills and called for legislators to give him a state budget including a 20 percent teacher salary hike, school districts around the state began informing parents that schools would likely be closed as educators prepare to walk out April 26.
By Fortesa Latifi | April 20, 2018
Students in Arizona and across the nation walked out on the anniversary of the Columbine school shooting in a growing movement supporting gun control.
By Leah Goldberg | March 23, 2018
Jacobo Perez, a Mesa Community College English major, won first place in poetry for his poem, "How to Cross the Border Illegally or How to Make Tamales de Rajas," in the Maricopa Community College District Creative Writing Competition. His poem is about the people who cross the U.S.-Mexico border and the stories they rarely tell.
By Kyley Schultz | March 14, 2018
WASHINGTON - High school students across the country walked out of class to demand action on school safety, but how far they walked and what they faced when they walked back in varied. In Arizona, there was no set policy on how schools should manage protesting students.
17 lives, 17 minutes: Students rally, walk out of schools to mark one month since the Parkland shooting
By Staff | March 14, 2018
Students are gathering at the Arizona Capitol, walk out of schools across the state and nation to protest gun violence.