High suicide rates have largely been associated with younger populations, but middle age suicides are beginning to rise throughout the country, a new report says.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple, saying it would violate deeply held religious opposition to same-sex marriage. The court said Colorado officials showed “clear and impermissible hostility” to the baker's religious claims.
On eve of NBA Draft lottery, Devin Booker and other Suns reflect on he one-and-done rule. It worked for the Suns standout. But questions remain if the rule is doing its job.
Podcasting has become more popular and people are embarking on startups in metro Phoenix.
Our photo series highlights more than 20 metro Phoenix entrepreneurs: their triumphs and challenges, and why basing their businesses and careers in the Phoenix metropolitan area helps them thrive.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Tuesday voided a federal law allowing deportation of immigrants who commit "crimes of violence" as unconstitutionally vague, a decision hailed by Arizona immigration lawyers as a "promising step forward."
The Malibu City Council has decided to take action by voting in February to ban all of their restaurants from supplying customers with plastic utensils and straws.
Devin Booker is one of the hottest young stars in the NBA. One decision during high school helped make it possible.
‘Hardest thing I’ve ever had to do’: Cubs’ Rizzo reflects on returning to hometown after school shootings
Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo was back at training camp Monday after attending a vigil at his alma mater, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, in the aftermath of a school shooting there last week.
WASHINGTON - In an effort to better sell Southwest border posts to recruits, Customs and Border Protection brought recruiters from field offices around the country to Tucson, where they took port tours and learned firsthand all the benefits that come from living and working in Arizona.
WASHINGTON - Ports of entry at Nogales are as many as 300 U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers shy of their approved staffing levels, according to the officers' union, leading to long lines that threaten the region's economy.