Last week, the state health department instituted a streamlined process for those Native Americans who were never issued birth certificate to obtain one. tThe changes are expected to improve the lives of many tribal members.
The once-staggering number of Central American child migrants crossing the border has slowed dramatically in recent months. But to discourage future migration flows, many say the violence and poverty that helped trigger the exodus must be addressed.
Black-footed ferrets are making a comeback in Arizona. Long on the endangered species list, the animals are now breeding well in captivity. So now, scientists say, it's time to see if they can continue their success in the wild.
A candidate for Navajo president will have to take a test or be called to testify to prove he’s fluent enough in Navajo to be eligible for the seat, the tribe’s Office of Hearings and Appeals decided Friday.
When you sit down to a meal, how much do you think about where your veggies came from? Some Valley farmers and chefs think a lot about it - and on Monday they’ll have the chance to get together, along with food suppliers and distributors, in an effort to build relationships and get more local produce on your table.
For this week's "We Are The Valley" series segment, we’re taking a trip just north of Phoenix to a community brought together by one thing – or lack of one thing. Clothing. Shangri La Ranch is a 57-year-old nudist resort.
Ever wondered how Arizona’s southern border got its shape? At least one answer may lie in a group of land surveyors who worked the area in the days before statehood and, more specifically, about what they’d been drinking when they drew the line.