By Sophia Kunthara | June 6, 2016
WASHINGTON - Make America great again? Mexicans think it is already. Or at least they did in 2014.
By Sophia Kunthara | June 2, 2016
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the Arizona Students' Association can pursue a claim that the Arizona Board of Regents cut off its funding in retaliation for the student group's aggressive support of a school-funding initiative.
By Sophia Kunthara | May 26, 2016
WASHINGTON - Phoenix is one of the best regions in the nation when it comes surveillance of mosquitos that can carry the Zika virus, one of the hard science approaches that could help check the spread of the disease, an Arizona epidemiologist said Wednesday.
By Keshia Butts | May 24, 2016
WASHINGTON — Over two days last week, three Arizonans - a teacher, a former student and a immigration case worker - came to Washington to add their voices to the debate over Merrick Garland's stalled Supreme Court nomination.
By Sophia Kunthara | May 18, 2016
WASHINGTON - West Phoenix middle school teacher Marisol Garcia said Wednesday that Arizona has come a long way since the Brown v. Board of Education decision struck down segregated schools more than 60 years ago, but it still has a ways to go.
By Sophia Kunthara | May 17, 2016
WASHINGTON - Arizona is expected to have a normal wildfire season this summer after several years in which the state saw relatively little fire activity, state and federal officials said Tuesday.
By Jessica Swarner | April 4, 2016
WASHINGTON - Grand Canyon National Park officials say the park should break last year's record of 5.5 million visitors this year, but advocates are worried the park may not be able to handle such large crowds.
By Sydnee Scofield | Feb. 19, 2016
Senate Bill 1455 passed in the Education Committee with a margin of 6-1 Thursday, but it still needs to come before the full Senate.
By Sara Weber | Feb. 18, 2016
WASHINGTON - Backers of a bill that would create a new national monument on 1.7 million acres of federal land around the Grand Canyon touted a new survey Thursday that they said shows broad support for the plan.
By Sophia Kunthara | Dec. 30, 2015
The call came two weeks before Joana Sotelo's birthday in February 2013: her brother had been deported to Mexico.
By Karla Liriano and Sophia Kunthara | May 22, 2015
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.