This edition of Cronkite News focuses on news out of our Washington, D.C. bureau: Outgoing Speaker John Boehner promising to "clean the barn" for Paul Ryan, by pushing through bills this week on the budget, among others.
The Verizon IndyCar Series will return to Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) for the first time in over a decade.
Arizona dropped from first in the country to eighth in solar capacity additions, according to Environment America’s latest solar report, which also notes the drop comes “following the imposition of new fees on solar customers and near-constant attacks on distributed solar generation from the state’s biggest utilities.”
Children laughed and kicked the soccer ball around the playground at Loma Linda Elementary. They congratulated each other and gave high-fives. Volunteers played with them and helped to facilitate the games. One of those volunteers was Suns General Manager Ryan McDonough.
This trip was not off to a smooth start for the Hanning family.
Arizona Catholics are among the faithful making a pilgrimage to see Pope Francis during his visit to the United States.
The state agency that investigates rogue moving companies, makes sure you get the gas you paid for at the pump and offers other consumer protections is set to shutter its doors next year.
Arizona drivers looking to sport some personality on their rides have more options thanks to four new special license plates.
The last eight years have been remarkable for the Phoenix Mercury.
Cronkite News reporter Ryan Hill's story on development plans for Navajo Nation land in a remote corner of the Grand Canyon aired on PBS NewsHour's June 3 show. What could the development mean to the Navajo community? Watch the full report:
When Renae Yellowhorse comes to the area of the Grand Canyon where the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers meet, she feels the presence of her late father.
It’s impossible to watch a nationally televised sporting event played in Arizona without scenic shots of a sunset behind a saguaro or the Grand Canyon in the middle of the day. The shots, ready-made for television, almost become cliché, but every big game has them.