CLEVELAND - Rep. Ruben Gallego, D-Phoenix, condemned likely Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s foreign policy proposals Monday, part of a coordinated Democratic attack on the opening day of the GOP convention.
PHOENIX - Growing up in Phoenix, Alan Williams had dreams of playing in the NBA while his mom, Jeri, worked as an officer with the Phoenix Police Department, cared for her family and studied for her master’s from Northern Arizona University.
First female police chief, education for low-income kids and No Child Left Behind
PHOENIX – "Pokemon Go," just days after being released for mobile phones, has surged past Twitter in the number of users. The app uses a smartphone’s GPS to track and locate Pokemon in real world places, which can then be “captured” after players frantically search streets, restaurants, bars, shopping malls, and even churches.
Political ground games, women's empowerment and "Pokemon Go" safety
WASHINGTON - There have been lots of arguments in the gun-control debate in Washington, but there probably have not been many like Tylor Vacca's. "Kids at school ask me how my dad died all the time, and I tell them that he was shot by a 9-year-old girl who was learning to fire an Uzi," Tylor said Tuesday during a news conference in the Capitol.
WASHINGTON - Mexican officials told a Washington audience Monday that there must be a strong trade relationship between the U.S. and Mexico in what they called a "challenging time" for the bond between the two nations.
CAVE CREEK — Sweet red fruit rests on the arm of a prickly Saguaro. Yellowing pods are ground into meal. Spiked bright-green pads are roasted over a crackling fire pit.
PHOENIX — Nurses sweep through narrow aisles in a dimly lit room, tending to tiny patients born prematurely or with problems.
Fireworks safety, internet dangers and Buddy Ryan.
Female fire training, marijuana billboards and kitten season.
SCOTTSDALE — It takes a split second for the fun of splashing in a pool or lake to turn into danger, for children and adults.