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Phoenix protesters voice concerns about civil rights, economy

PHOENIX - More than 100 people marched down Van Buren Street on Tuesday evening chanting: “This is what community looks like! This is what democracy looks like!”


Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Goodbye to posse is ‘last hurrah’

PHOENIX - Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio stood in a cold parking lot outside Park Central Mall on Monday evening and presided over one of his last press conferences.


Latinos: Arpaio defeat, Trump victory a ‘double-edged sword’

PHOENIX - Excitement. Relief. Fear. Determination.


ASU Republicans cast a wide millennial net for 2016 elections

Cody Friedland self-identifies as a half-White, half-Filipino Republican millennial.


ASU Democrats race to register, lock in millennial voters for 2016 election

PHOENIX - Kaylan Fodor stood in the hot sun outside of the Arizona State University Memorial Union. Despite her efforts to stop them, students rushed past her.


CDC: Adults more likely to smoke marijuana than teens

PHOENIX – When people used to ask Lilach Power about her profession, she would tell them she owns a wellness center in Phoenix. Now, she’s far more open about what she does.


Officials: Grand Canyon University businesses may revitalize Phoenix neighborhood

PHOENIX – Grand Canyon University has launched a new program to provide students with business experience outside of the classroom.


Arizona Latino Trump supporters hold fast

PHOENIX - Jose Gonzalez doesn’t wear a “Make America Great Again” hat, or have Donald Trump bumper stickers on his truck. He’s not planning to attend the Republican presidential candidate’s rally in Phoenix on Wednesday, and as an evangelical Christian pastor he said he doesn’t share his political views from the pulpit.


What you need to know about millennials and politics

PHOENIX – Millennials get a bad rap when it comes to voting. They’re labeled narcissistic, self-absorbed and apathetic. (Just look at their nicknames: the selfie generation, generation me, the unemployables.)


Volunteers make sure homeless don’t miss a meal after July 4th fire

MESA — Fire damaged a community center for the homeless in Mesa on the July Fourth holiday, but volunteers and neighbors of the nonprofit stepped in to make sure no one missed their morning meal.

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In face of low Arizona literacy numbers, Cardinals’ players read to children on Dr. Seuss’ birthday

Dressed in their red jerseys, Arizona Cardinals players Drew Stanton and Justin Bethel spent Wednesday with local elementary school children.


Arizona’s public universities working to diversify their athletic departments

TEMPE - Before he was Arizona State University’s vice president for university athletics, Ray Anderson helped make strides toward diversity in the NFL.