Part 4: In the dog days of summer in Arizona, many people escape the heat for a float down the river. Most return home with a good story. In Flagstaff, river guides often take great pride in the craft of weaving a good yarn.
Families separated by their immigration status sloshed through a muddy trickle of the Rio Grande on Wednesday to embrace at the border between the United States and Mexico. Their reunion was a momentary truce organized by immigrant advocates and supervised by the Border Patrol.
A remote campground in southwest New Mexico has recently become a sanctuary for star gazers seeking a pristine night sky at a time when the rapid spread of light pollution prevents more than half of the world's population from seeing the Milky Way.
The industrial park, located just north of Phoenix Goodyear Airport, includes a Foreign Trade Zone designation. It's an important feature for Frank Kunz who oversees Phoenix area operations for the Michael Lewis Company.
After the torch has been transferred, a new group of athletes will come to Rio for the Paralympics, including ASU grad Allysa Seely, a para-triathlete, which includes running, swimming and cycling. For Arizona Paralympian, The Journey's Been A Crazy One"
Writers often talk about finding beauty in things other people don’t necessarily find so attractive. And that appears to be the case for poet Rosemarie Dombrowski’s new collection of poems called "The Philosophy of Unclean Things."
Art galleries have become a big part of areas of the Valley – think Roosevelt Row or Old Town Scottsdale. But, art sales have been on the decline. Scottsdale gallery professionals share what they're doing to boost business.
A pending lawsuit challenges a new state law banning the practice critics call “ballot harvesting.” It’s just one of a handful of election and voting-related laws that have been challenged across the country over the past several weeks. Arizona 'Ballot Harvesting' Law One Of Several Challenged Across The Country
In the dog days of summer in Arizona, many people escape the heat for a float down the river. Most return home with a good story. In Flagstaff, river guides often take great pride in the craft of weaving a good yarn. In our series, "Arizona River Stories," we'll hear tales from five of these storytellers.
The Tohono O’Odham Nation opened the Desert Diamond West Valley Casino in December. But the tribe has been limited in the games if offers because Arizona Gaming Director Daniel Bergin has refused to approve full gaming at the facility.