Basketball season is back as the Phoenix Suns begin a new era Wednesday night hosting the Dallas Mavericks. The Suns hope to end an eight-year playoff drought with fresh faces both on and off the court.
Arizona U.S. Senate candidates Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema debate on both local and national issues. The two congresswomen are vying for Sen. Jeff Flake's seat, as he announced his retirement at the end of his term.
The 2017 National School Climate Survey has been released by GLSEN, formerly the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network. The survey records the school experiences of LGBTQ youths. And for the first time in a decade, the victimization of LGBTQ youths is not decreasing at rates previously seen.
A Jamaican man who authorities say is responsible for a lottery scam in Arizona and four other states was sentenced Monday to six years in federal prison. The scam defrauded at least 95 Americans out of more than $5.8 million.
The Zenger Award by UA’s School of Journalism has honored people with extraordinary contributions to freedom of the press for over six decades. And this year, the award went to a controversial Mexican journalist.
In our most recent election cycles, pundits and other observers have decried the expansion of so-called tribal politics in the U.S. They’re saying that Americans are less together and less focused on a collective outlook.
Maricopa County prosecutor Rachel Mitchell was front and center for the Senate Judiciary Committee when Christine Blasey Ford was questioned on her allegations about now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Some argued Mitchell shouldn’t have taken the assignment.
Supporters and opponents of a measure to increase the amount of renewable energy Arizona uses have spent millions and millions of dollars to try to influence your vote. It’s nearly impossible to watch TV for even a few minutes and not see an ad for or against Proposition 127.
Tax incentives have been used by cities and states for years in the attempt to attract businesses and generate a newer revenue stream. But critics have argued that the government is picking winners and losers, and the promised positive impact rarely, if ever, pans out.