Other groups, however, say the program should stay intact and that ending it would disrupt the lives of roughly 800,000 immigrants nationwide who were brought to the United Stats illegally as children.
If you're a pizza lover in Phoenix, then you probably already know about chef Chris Bianco. He has a few restaurants in the area, and food critics have hailed his pizza as some of the best in the country.
Former Interior Secretary and Arizona Gov. Bruce Babbitt ripped a major copper mining company over its effort to push the government to reduce the size of the Ironwood Forest National Monument near Tucson as it plans an expansion in the area.
A Food and Drug Administration ban on over-the-counter antiseptic soaps and cosmetics containing certain active ingredients goes into effect Sept. 6. But it’s up to consumers to avoid products the ban doesn’t cover.
An Arizona police department is implementing a new audit procedure of randomly selected detectives' cases after four detectives have left the department in less than three years for investigative lapses.
County leaders are considering a change in parking rules to limit the number of cars on the road during the winter season in Flagstaff when people from Phoenix and beyond flock to the city to play in the snow.
A new report says arts and culture contributed $401.8 million to the Phoenix economy in fiscal year 2015. The nonprofit advocacy group, Americans For The Arts, looked at direct and indirect spending by audiences and organizations.