By Sebastian Emanuel | Friday, June 28, 2019
MESA – The desert heat doesn’t stop the Rattlers from being the hottest team in the IFL.
By Kendal Blust | Friday, June 21, 2019
ALAMOS, Mexico – Jaguars in Sonora and Sinaloa come and go through a series of corridors, which keeps these core populations genetically diverse. If those corridors are destroyed, the northernmost jaguars in the Americas could die out.
By Owain Evans | Monday, June 17, 2019
TEMPE - After two seasons on the bench with Atlanta United, Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu is focused on playing time in the desert.
By Sebastian Emanuel | Thursday, June 13, 2019
PHOENIX – Chun An Yu makes his second consecutive appearance at the US Open.
By Tim Royan | Thursday, June 6, 2019
PHOENIX – Judges from the U.S. Appeals Court for the 9th Circuit heard arguments in a landmark case on climate change Tuesday.
By Andrew Howard | Monday, May 27, 2019
By Brady Vernon | Sunday, May 26, 2019
TUCSON – With their Super Regional victory over Ole Miss, the Arizona Wildcats are headed to Oklahoma City for the Women’s College World Series for the first time since 2010.
By Squire Harrington | Friday, May 17, 2019
SCOTTSDALE – San Francisco Giants reliever Tony Watson embraces special connection with civil rights movement and Martin Luther King Jr.
By Andrew Howard | Friday, May 17, 2019
WASHINGTON - Congressional lawmakers may not have voted on ride-sharing legislation, but they are voting with their pocketbooks, with campaigns spending more than 2.1 millon in 2017-18 on Uber and Lyft, far outstripping taxis. Arizona lawmakers were part of the trend, reporting $20,000 on the services.
By Daniel Perle | Tuesday, May 7, 2019
TUCSON - The years paying off their debt to society is just the starr for ex-felons who are trying to regain their votiing rights - they face more years and hurdles in Arizona, one of the more difficult states to get the vote back. But former felons say it's worth the fight, and some state officials and advocates agree.
By Sarabeth Henne | Monday, May 6, 2019
PHOENIX – “Cookie” King, who was diagnosed with HIV 34 years ago, works at the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS helping those who walk the path she once walked. The need is great, because Maricopa County is a hotspot for HIV occurrences.
By Alyssa Klink | Monday, May 6, 2019
WASHINGTON - The government promised college students in 2007 that if they took their degrees into a public-service profession, they could apply to have their remaining student debt forgiven after 10 years. But in the first year, just 0.33 percent of 29,000 loan forgiveness applications were approved.