Ducey kicks off drug addiction awareness week
From the lawn of the Arizona State Capitol, recovering heroin addict Matt Lindgren told a packed audience that his addiction to pain medications quickly led to heroin - and ultimately, the loss of his children to the Arizona Department of Child Safety.
Non-lead ammunition program expands to help protect wildlife
FLAGSTAFF – Hunters usually leave the Arizona Game and Fish Department's office just off Interstate 17 here with permits and tips from staff members on duty.
Evangelical churches in Arizona gain growing Hispanic following
As more Hispanics join evangelical and Pentecostal churches, they’re reshaping Arizona’s religious landscape.
Amid years-long drought, some homeowners giving artificial turf a look
Scottsdale homeowner Luke Rosenberg said he was skeptical at first about installing an artificial turf putting green for his children.
Douglas misses Board of Education meeting, drawing ire from some
Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas missed Monday's meeting of the Arizona State Board of Education, leading several members to note their disapproval.
Catholic church hopes pope’s visit inspires millennials
Catholic parishes across Arizona hope lingering excitement over Pope Francis’ visit will inspire lapsed Catholics who are millennials to return.
An Arizona family’s cross-country pilgrimage to see Pope Francis
This trip was not off to a smooth start for the Hanning family.
In Guadalupe, one of the state’s smallest towns, residents push back against persistent poverty
GUADALUPE — Just 300 feet separate a meticulously manicured resort and golf course from the tiny town of Guadalupe, where 31 percent of its mostly Latino and Yaqui Indian population live in poverty and only about 54 percent of its children graduate from high school.
Catholic lawmakers talk about balancing private faith, public life
WASHINGTON - When the pope addresses a joint session of Congress in a history-making address Thursday, he will likely talk about hot-button issues like climate change and immigration.
Once dominant Catholic Church struggles to attract young followers
The Catholic Church is hopeful excitement surrounding Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S. will help reverse a decades-old trend of declining religious affiliation among young adults.
Arizona Catholics make pilgrimage to see Pope Francis
Arizona Catholics are among the faithful making a pilgrimage to see Pope Francis during his visit to the United States.
Douglas: It’s Board of Education’s prerogative to sue
Despite the threat of lawsuits from the Arizona State Board of Education, Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas insisted Thursday that she and the board are maintaining a professional working relationship.