A federal judge has permanently struck down Arizona's policy of denying driver's licenses to certain young immigrants, meaning the state must continue issuing the licenses to this group. It is the latest victory for the state's DREAMers.
Let’s say you’ve got a great idea that would make your city a better place to live. What do you do to make your voice heard? You could attend a city council meeting, or you could tweet directly at the mayor. At least, that’s what the City of Mesa is hoping residents will do.
Globally, research estimates that several million people are currently in situations in which they’re being forced into sexual trafficking situations. And conventional wisdom says that type of exploitation increases around major sporting events.
A woman in Maricopa County tested positive for measles last month after visiting Disneyland. That woman has since recovered, but health officials say some of those exposed are still in the incubation period.
"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" is the latest musical to hit the stage at Arizona State University's Gammage Theatre. It’s part of a long list of Broadway plays that is boosting attendance.
Kathy Nakagawa is a Phoenix native and a third-generation Japanese-American. Her dad started growing vegetables in Arizona in the 1930s. But During World War Two, her parents were interned at the Poston War Relocation Camp in Yuma.
Three measures about law enforcement transparency are being discussed at the Arizona capitol. Two have been introduced as bills. The other is expected to be formally proposed next week. It would allow departments to withhold the name of an officer involved in a shooting for up to 90 days.