By Ty Scholes | March 21, 2016
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton pushed “common sense gun control,” comprehensive immigration and a range of other topics to a diverse crowd of about 1,400 people at Carl Hayden High School on Monday, less than 24 hours before the Arizona presidential preference election.
By Zuriel Loving | March 3, 2016
Grand Canyon University men’s basketball is used to being overlooked and underappreciated.
By Mallory Price | Feb. 17, 2016
The quarantine at Turf Paradise is expected to be lifted Thursday and racetrack officials will initiate a new safety protocol for horses brought to the facility, a Turf Paradise official said.
By Travis Arbon | Feb. 16, 2016
A bill making its way through the state Legislature would introduce a statewide drone policy and invalidate cities’ attempts to regulate the devices.
By Kaitlyn Thompson | Feb. 9, 2016
Scottsdale – Fine artists in Arizona on average make more money annually than artists in any other state, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
By Travis Arbon | Feb. 9, 2016
State Rep. David Stevens, R-Sierra Vista, writes bills every session with one goal in mind: dragging the state’s public-facing technology infrastructure into the future.
By Miguel Otárola | Feb. 8, 2016
CIUDAD JUÁREZ, MEXICO — The stage for Pope Francis’ highly anticipated public mass along the U.S.-Mexico border is just a skeleton of its future incarnation. But in a few days Francis will use it to address tens of thousands of people with a long-awaited message: Ciudad Juárez is back.
By Nick Pope | Feb. 8, 2016
There are two new bills in the Arizona House of Representatives that would reform the possession and legality of marijuana in the state.
By Kaitlyn Ahrbeck | Feb. 4, 2016
This Sunday, football fans should only worry about the final score in the Super Bowl, not the guacamole bowl running out. Mexico is making sure of that, exporting millions of avocados to guacamole-crazed Americans for the game.
By Madison Alder | Feb. 3, 2016
WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers introduced bills Wednesday that would pull Arizona and four other Western states out of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and form them into a new circuit.
By Audrey Weil | Feb. 1, 2016
MESA – The world’s premier attack helicopter is made only in Mesa, and it’s one of the many reasons Arizona ranks fourth in the nation in employment for aerospace and defense manufacturing.
By Lucas Robbins | Feb. 1, 2016
A small Scottsdale company quickly is elbowing its way into the burgeoning sports nutrition market dominated by giants such as Gatorade and PowerBar.