By Fraser Allan Best | Sept. 4, 2017
WASHINGTON - Most workers will get holiday pay if they clock in on Labor Day, but for a rapidly growing sector of the labor force it could be just another day on the job.
By Lauren Kalijur and Macee Beheler | Aug. 31, 2017
CROW AGENCY, Mont. – When John Doyle first noticed signs of trouble in the Little Bighorn River, he was still a young member of the Apsaalooke Nation in southeastern Montana.
By Staff | Aug. 22, 2017
PHOENIX – One downtown Phoenix group estimated 25,000 people will converge in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday – both to support and oppose – President Donald Trump at his rally. He plans to appear at 7 p.m. at the Phoenix Convention Center.
By Joe Gilmore | Aug. 16, 2017
WASHINGTON - They look like ATMs and they work like ATMs - you walk in and feed the machine your cash. Just don't call them money machines, because these ATMs don't give back cash, they give back bitcoin credits along with a receipt.
By Kelly Broderick | Aug. 4, 2017
PHOENIX -- Jonathan Meldrum, a former offensive lineman at Syracuse, struggled through his sophomore year in college.
By Greg Macafee | Aug. 4, 2017
PHOENIX - Every February, hundreds of teams and thousands of spectators from around the United State converge on the Reach 11 Sports Complex in northern Phoenix to compete in one of the largest soccer tournaments in the country.
By Kelly Broderick | Aug. 2, 2017
SCOTTSDALE -- To appreciate the spirit of the Lori Piestewa National Native American Games is to understand what occurs beyond the competition.
By Lauren Marshall | July 9, 2017
TEMPE – Aryana Dahlgren, a 19-year-old college student, identifies as a gay woman, but has not come out to her family.
By Tyler Paley | July 3, 2017
SCOTTSDALE — Businesses offering IV hydration therapy, an unconventional method of injecting customers with a cocktail of saline, vitamins and nutrients to make them feel better, are popping up across the Valley.
By Joe Gilmore | June 29, 2017
WASHINGTON - The House passed immigration bills Thursday that Republicans promised would take criminal immigrants "off the street," but Democrats said would do little for public safety while having a "chilling effect" on immigrant communities.
By Megan Janetsky | June 28, 2017
WASHINGTON - It was 3 a.m. on May 14, 2014, when Mary Ann Mendoza got the call that would change her life. Her son, Mesa Police Sgt. Brandon Mendoza, had been hit on his way home from work by a wrong-way driver who was high on crystal methamphetamine and had a blood-alcohol level three times the legal limit.
By Joe Jacquez | June 21, 2017
Plenty of notable professional athletes have publicly acknowledged they have or are currently dealing with anxiety or depression, including Pittsburgh Steelers legendary quarterback Terry Bradshaw and Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zack Greinke.