By Ellie Borst | May 27, 2020
PHOENIX - Phoenix dipped slightly in a national ranking of solar power capacity, even as the total amount of power generated and the power per person increased from last year, according to a national report released Wednesday.
By Farah Eltohamy | March 5, 2020
PHOENIX — Local activist groups weigh in on Gov. Doug Ducey’s budget plan to provide all Arizona state troopers with body cameras in the next fiscal year.
By Christopher Scragg | March 4, 2020
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump told an audience of Latino business leaders Wednesday that Hispanics are seeing economic gains across the board as a result of tax cuts and regulatory rollbacks that have led to " the booming Trump economy."
By Brady Vernon | Jan. 28, 2020
PHOENIX – Arizona State baseball is back to preseason favorite and is powered by a talented junior class.
By Ben Giles | Jan. 24, 2020
PHOENIX – Phoenix has agreed to stay its planned fee hikes on Uber and Lyft rides to and from Sky Harbor International Airport until the state Supreme Court rules on whether the increases are unconstitutional.
By Kara Harris | Jan. 3, 2020
WASHINGTON - New data from the Phoenix Police Department show shootings by city officers fell sharply last year, from 44 incidents in 2018 to just 15 in 2019, bringing the city more in line with its average of recent years.
By Evan Desai | Jan. 2, 2020
LOS ANGELES – In the age of social media, an endless array of football uniform styles and combinations can dazzle during recruitment of top athletes.
By Stephen Perez | Dec. 26, 2019
By Tyler Dunn | Nov. 20, 2019
PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns may not have known what they had when they traded for Aron Baynes this offseason, but they do now. He’s one of the best-shooting centers in the NBA.
By Kailey Broussard | Oct. 25, 2019
WASHINGTON - For the first time in nine years, the U.S. Forest Service ended the fiscal year without depleting its fire suppression budget and having to borrow money from other projects to continue fighting wildfires.
By Lindsay Walker | Oct. 24, 2019
WASHINGTON - Arizona universities suffered the largest percentage cuts in state aid to higher education since the start of the recession and saw the second-largest increase in student tuition at the same time, a new report shows.
By Corey Kirk | Oct. 4, 2019
PHOENIX – First came Brian Lewerke. Then Spencer Rattler. Add J.D. Johnson as the latest quarterback at Pinnacle High School that will take his talents to a Division I program.