TEMPE — House Bill 2072 would allow people with permits to carry concealed weapons on Arizona public universities college campuses.
Underfunded schools across the Valley have driven residents to call for the right of school choice in Arizona.
The Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation church is raising a third banner supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, after the previous two were stolen or vandalized.
One Tempe clothing company is helping those with special needs design and exhibit their creative artwork
The T-shirt designed by 13-year-old Kamryn Albers moves from one printing station to another as its artist follows each step with nothing short of elation.
SCOTTSDALE - From the southern slope of the McDowell Mountains, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home and studio still look out over the Valley, a place the famous architect called the “top of the world” after he built it in 1938.
This morning an officer was taking down a statement at the Arizona State Fair for a kidnapping, but this wasn’t your average kidnapping. The kid in this case, was really a kid—a baby goat.
Arizona Diamondbacks executive battles low attendance at Chase Field through marketing efforts, concourse changes
Graham Rossini spent four years as an intern shadowing Arizona State University's baseball coach at the time, Pat Murphy.
Arizona will become the first and only state to impose a one-year lifetime limit for impoverished households receiving federal benefits from the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program - a move that will cut payments to about 1,600 families in July.
Too many children suffering from neurological autoimmune disorders lack access to resources to correctly diagnose them, a state lawmaker contends.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s reduction of its limit for ground-level ozone will put an additional seven Arizona counties out of compliance and pose a significant challenge, an official said Friday.
Arizona officials continue to support a federal court battle to allow new uranium mining operations on a million acres surrounding the Grand Canyon.
Just a few months after foster teen Jaquelyn Cedillo turned 18 and enrolled in the Department of Child Safety’s independent living program, she was sleeping in a park with a boyfriend, having already spent the monthly stipend the state gives her to live on her own.