By Julia Thatcher | Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015
The Arizona State Fair opens its doors tomorrow, but today workers were putting the finishing touches on rides and conducting safety inspections.
By Erica Lang | Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015
Annie Lopez defies stereotypes with her contemporary artwork.
By Genesis Monserrate | Monday, Sept. 28, 2015
Catholic parishes across Arizona hope lingering excitement over Pope Francis’ visit will inspire lapsed Catholics who are millennials to return.
By Becca Smouse | Friday, Sept. 11, 2015
As part of the recruitment team for the Phoenix Police Department, Lt. Anthony Lopez says diversity pays dividends beyond reflecting the community served.
By Soyenixe Lopez | Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2015
WASHINGTON - The number of people applying for deferred deportation protection, and the number reapplying, have both risen as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program nears its third anniversary, new data shows.
By Soyenixe Lopez | Monday, Aug. 10, 2015
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Monday reversed the firearms conviction of an illegal immigrant who was caught near Green Valley in 2012 with guns, cell phones, a large supply of food and a radio scanner.
By Soyenixe Lopez | Friday, Aug. 7, 2015
WASHINGTON - Less than 40 percent of private-sector workers in Arizona participate in a retirement plan through their work, and they have an average retirement savings balance of just $23,826, according to a recent report.
By Soyenixe Lopez | Friday, July 31, 2015
WASHINGTON - Cochise Regional Hospital's last-ditch attempt to keep its doors open has been rejected by a federal judge, who refused to order Medicare to keep funding operations of the Douglas facility.
By Soyenixe Lopez | Wednesday, July 29, 2015
WASHINGTON - Close to half of Arizona's private-sector workers, more than 934,000 people, do not have access to paid sick leave, according to a report Wednesday by a group pushing for such laws.
By Soyenixe Lopez | Tuesday, July 7, 2015
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered a new hearing to determine whether a law banning the Tucson school district's Mexican American Studies program was motivated by an intent to discriminate against minority students.
By Kristen Carver | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Young girls run around the fields of Barney Park in Queen Creek with shin guards on and a soccer ball at their cleats trying to perfect “The Jules.”
By Soyenixe Lopez | Friday, June 19, 2015
WASHINGTON - An appeals court Friday upheld a federal death-row inmate's conviction and sentence in the grisly 2001 beating and stabbing murders of a woman and her 9-year-old granddaughter on the Navajo Nation.