By Stephanie Morse | Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018
Voters and local media report technical problems with computers in Arizona’s largest county as polls opened across the state Tuesday in the primary election.
By Chris McCrory | Monday, Aug. 27, 2018
State officials say that nearly 3 out of 4 of those expected to vote in the Aug. 28 primary have already cast early returns. State and Maricopa County officials said for the equipment has been checked and is secure for those who vote in person.
By Renata Clo | Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018
WASHINGTON - Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has steadfastly refused to discuss a replacement for Sen. John McCain until after the senator's funeral, but political consultants say the governor faces an "unenviable" task when he does name an appointee.
By Nathanael Gabler | Monday, Aug. 6, 2018
Baseball is a $10 billion a year industry, but many of its minor leaguers live well below the poverty level.
By Rae Ellen Bichell | Monday, July 30, 2018
LONGMONT – A poster says “WANTED -- Dead, Not Alive!” The tree has become a scapegoat for our relationship with water in the West.
By Rebecca Spiess | Monday, July 16, 2018
FLAGSTAFF – Refugio, a Neighborhood Ministries program, allowed foster parents in cities across the U.S. to care for unaccompanied minors. The yearlong program ended three years ago but organization leaders are trying to revive the program in Phoenix.
By Rachel Beth Banks | Monday, July 2, 2018
The Families Belong Together movement drew about 800 people to the Arizona Capitol on Saturday to protest the treatment of migrant families separated at the Mexican border under the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy on illegal entry into the U.S.
By Conrad Romero | Monday, June 25, 2018
An E. coli outbreak sickened people in 35 states was linked to Yuma, where 90 percent of leafy greens in the U.S. are grown.
By Jordan Kaye | Thursday, June 21, 2018
Within minutes of each other Thursday, Deandre Ayton and Marvin Bagley walked across the NBA Draft stage in Brooklyn and into the lives they have long imagined, the ones they have prepared for, the ones that have been expected by those around them.
By Bryan Pietsch | Thursday, June 14, 2018
WASHINGTON - A year after he was severely wounded in a politically motivated gunman's attack, Rep. Steve Scalise took the field Thursday and recorded the first out for Republicans in the annual Congressional Baseball Game, the perfect opening to a Washington tradition that preaches bipartisanship.
By Austen Bundy | Monday, May 14, 2018
WASHINGTON - Overt challenges to Native Americans voting are a thing of the past, experts say, but casting a ballot can still be hard for tribal members who may face language barriers, registration difficulties and scant access to polling places and government services that can ease the process.
By Ariana Bustos | Wednesday, May 9, 2018
WASHINGTON - Native American unemployment has fallen sharply, from 40 percent in 1968 to 12 percent in 2016, but that is still more than twice the national average at the time and experts say it masks pockets of high unemployment on reservations and rural areas where systemic challenges remain.