Beginning Saturday, cities and towns in Arizona will no longer be able to ban homeowners from listing their property on vacation rental websites like AirBnb. The regulation is one of hundreds of new state laws set to go into effect this weekend.
After 11 years, the City of Phoenix will start accepting applications for its Section 8 housing wait list on Monday. There are concerns among some advocacy groups that people with disabilities, and those with limited English proficiency, could face discrimination.
The United States and Mexico recently unveiled a new test program that has shortened wait times for commercial shipping trucks at ports of entry along the Arizona-Mexico border. The program is already reducing wait times from hours to minutes.
There are restrictions in place for new drivers who are behind the wheel at night in 49 states, plus DC. But, new research from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows those restrictions may not be as effective as they could be, based on when they start.
Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton wants to make in-state colleges and universities tuition-free for many students. But, how would that work, and what would it mean for those state schools?
Health officials confirmed 19 cases of a water-borne diarrheal illness in Maricopa County last month. The illness is caused by a parasite known as Cryptosporidium parvum, which is typically found in swimming pools or other recreational water.
The Lion Dance is a Chinese tradition. You may have seen the large, ornate, often brightly colored lion heads at Chinese New Year festivals, or at other special occasions. Underneath the costumes, you might be surprised to find who is keeping the tradition alive.
Opening ceremonies for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio begin tomorrow and we have some stories from storytellers with the Olympic spirit. Megan Finnerty is the creator of the series and here she is with our latest storyteller.
Part 2 of a series on Mexican baseball. Professional baseball teams in Mexico are fighting to make the sport big again. Such is the case of Mexico City Los Diablos Rojos, one of the oldest and most traditional in the Mexican Baseball League.