By James Carr and Wissam Melhem | Friday, Sept. 20, 2019
PHOENIX – With the U.N. climate summit Monday, thousands of people around the world took part in a global climate strike. And students played a major role.
By Erica Block | Friday, Sept. 20, 2019
PHOENIX - From the work he does in the local community to the leadership he brings to the Diamondbacks clubhouse, teammates believe Eduardo Escobar is a worthy candidate for the 2019 Roberto Clemente Award.
By Erica Block | Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019
FLAGSTAFF – Men and women at Northern Arizona University compete on equal footing in collegiate logging sports, where technique, accuracy and finesse matter more than size and strength.
By Carissa Wigginton | Thursday, April 18, 2019
FLORENCE – Natural Restorations, a local nonprofit that removes trash and graffiti from outdoor areas, removed 20,242 square feet of graffiti from the boulders in Florence during a two-week project.
By Erica Figueroa | Friday, March 29, 2019
PHOENIX – House Bill 2523, which would allow employers to pay part-time workers under the age 22 less than the Arizona minimum wage, passed the Arizona Senate Commerce Committee Thursday.
By Tyler Peckham and Erica Figueroa | Thursday, March 21, 2019
PHOENIX – Postpartum depression affects up to 1 in 7 new mothers. Zulresso, an expensive new FDA-approved drug, may help combat this.
By Lauren Schieler | Friday, March 1, 2019
GRAND CANYON VILLAGE — Grand Canyon National Park celebrates its centennial birthday this year and we’ve charted some of the pivotal moments in the canyon over time.
By Luv Junious | Friday, Feb. 22, 2019
WASHINGTON - Fentanyl seizures are just a fraction of total drug seizures in the country, but it is one of the deadliest drugs, with as little as 2 milligrams being a potentially fatal dose. That's raised alarms as Customs and Border Protection officers seized a record 254 pounds in Nogales in January.
By Phil Latzman | Friday, Jan. 18, 2019
SCOTTSDALE – A mural honoring Sen. John McCain in Scottsdale’s Old Town arts district has been put on hold because a local business owner objected, claiming his property rights have been infringed upon.
By Anthony Totri | Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019
FORT DEFIANCE – The Arizona State women’s basketball team went to the Navajo Reservation to play basketball. It came back with a greater understanding of the Navajo culture.
By Alex Simon | Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019
SCOTTSDALE – Baseball has become increasingly bilingual in the last half century, with more than a quarter of major league players coming from Latin American countries. No person is more emblematic of the uniqueness of this setting and this sport than the D-Backs’ Takahashi.
By Holliday Moore | Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018
PHOENIX – Three years after an accidental spill from a Colorado gold mine, scientists are getting the chance to thoroughly analyze its impact on Lake Powell. They’re looking for traces of toxic metals in wastewater accidentally released by the Colorado Gold King Mine in 2015.