Rodrigo Cervantes

Title Author(s) Publication Date
West Valley lawmakers Kern and Toma enter CD8 race Camryn Sanchez Oct. 31, 2023
Young people can have criminal records removed, rights restored Tori Gantz Nov. 1, 2023
Maricopa, Pinal residents can share climate priorities Christina Estes Nov. 6, 2023
Dine’ poet Kinsale Drake to moderate free Indigenous author panel Tom Maxedon Nov. 1, 2023
BLM Lake Havasu office seeks input on plan to treat invasive weeds Ron Dungan Oct. 31, 2023
FBI's Crime in the Nation Report is out. How does Arizona compare? Kirsten Dorman Nov. 6, 2023
Determining whether a child is Navajo during adoption is getting quicker Michel Marizco Nov. 6, 2023
Family of drowned Phoenix high school football player sues district Bridget Dowd Oct. 31, 2023
Chicago-based law firm files suit to block Arizona ballot drop boxes Greg Hahne Oct. 31, 2023
Phoenix has until the end of this week to clear 'The Zone' Katherine Davis-Young Oct. 31, 2023
Downtown Phoenix businesses welcome World Series crowds and cash Christina Estes Oct. 31, 2023
Republicans, Democrats clash on federal budget proposal Camryn Sanchez, Wayne Schutsky Oct. 31, 2023
Oct. 31 is final recommended day for Maricopa County voters to mail ballots Jill Ryan Oct. 31, 2023
2 Cochise County supervisors subpoenaed over 2022 election results Mark Brodie, Wayne Schutsky Oct. 31, 2023
An ASU student's frightening story is featured in new Indigenous dark fiction anthology Gabriel Pietrorazio Oct. 31, 2023
SNAKES ALIVE is a fan-made rallying cry for the Arizona Diamondbacks' unlikely World Series run Nick Sanchez Oct. 31, 2023
Meta's celebrity chatbots could blur the line between AI and real people Lauren Gilger Oct. 31, 2023
988 LGBTQI+ Youth Line is a lifeline for those who need support tailored to them Lauren Gilger Oct. 31, 2023
Election Day is next week. Here's what's on Tucson ballot Mark Brodie Oct. 31, 2023
It's Halloween 1923 in Phoenix. The place to be is Joyland amusement park Sativa Peterson, Mark Brodie Oct. 31, 2023
Montini: Baseball saved us in 2001, and it's saving us again now Lauren Gilger Oct. 31, 2023
Lawmakers push to move forward with border security funding Alisa Reznick Oct. 31, 2023
EPA is looking to fund research on PFAS in rural and tribal communities Alisa Reznick Oct. 31, 2023
Peoria uses state funding for Real-Time Crime Center Naomi DuBovis Oct. 30, 2023
$8 million in grants to reduce AZ wildfire risk Ron Dungan Oct. 31, 2023