It was 64 years ago this week that above-ground nuclear tests began in the Nevada desert. While many downwind residents who became ill have since received government compensation, some Mohave County "downwinders" are looking again to Congress for help.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson tells Cronkite News he wants all deferred-action participants to get driver's licenses now that a federal judge has overturned the Arizona's ban. He said it's good for the economy and public safety.
Roosevelt Row’s existing architecture and murals are part of what has catapulted the once sleepy neighborhood to its status now as a hip, cool destination. However, community members will protest the demolition of some buildings on the row Thursday.
Local breweries face a dilemma: They can produce more beer. But if they do, they would have to close their restaurants. One state lawmaker wants to change that.
Looking for a Boston-themed bar in the Valley to watch the big game? Baer’s Den is where New England fans will gather and cheer on their Patriots on Super Bowl Sunday.
Sen. Kelli Ward, a physician from Lake Havasu City, says she is working with groups to encourage more participation in a voluntary state database tracking prescriptions for narcotics. But for now she's holding off on legislation to require it.
Sky Harbor International Airport officials are welcoming 180,000 passengers Super Bowl week and have developed a passenger-friendly system to ease the bustle.
Sunday will be the third Super Bowl in Arizona's history when the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks. The state has quite a history with football's biggest game.