TEMPE – When the Arizona State men's hockey team made history by being the first independent team to make the NCAA Tournament since 1991-92, it showed that collegiate hockey is making its mark in Arizona.
As Peru works to take in more than 700,000 migrants from Venezuela, social media stokes unwarranted fears of crime and violence.
PICACHO – What happens to roads after they’re torn out? About 80 million tons of asphalt are recycled every year throughout the U.S., but the Arizona Department of Transportation is using old pavement from Interstate 10 to build new eastbound lanes near this unincorporated community.
TEMPE – A new football league has stirred controversy with the name "Hotshots." For some, its a tribute to the Granite Mountain Hotshots. For others, it's exploiting a tragedy.
TEMPE - Running back Eno Benjamin is off to a strong start for Arizona State football.
PHOENIX -- For the first time, video gamers can customize female players for NBA Live. They can also pattern their play after top WNBA players.
PHOENIX – Mattel, like many companies adapting to a multicultural world, has been working to diversify the shape, races, ethnicities and occupation of Barbies.
Leaders of the Arizona ACLU and a Tucson-based coalition fighting to change immigration policy fear President Trump’s executive order will not end family separation and encouraged people to remain vigilant on immigration issues | Cronkite News
Phoenix Council to proceed with light-rail extension to South Phoenix, but requests design evaluation
The Phoenix City Council on Wednesday voted to proceed with the development of the South Central light-rail extension after a contentious meeting with residents earlier this week.
‘It’s a sad day’: Reaction strong to news of football being cut at Maricopa County community colleges
Former ASU coach Todd Graham, others react with disappoint to news of community college football cuts in Arizona.
WASHINGTON - More than 55,000 federal workers in Arizona will be back on the job Tuesday, after Congress ended a three-day government shutdown. But workers worry they could soon be right back in the same situation.
Mexico has seen rapid growth in education levels and financial status since the signing of NAFTA, and Mexicans now want to be seen as an equal partner to the U.S., a desire only fueled by the rhetoric of the Trump administration