By Tara Culp-Ressler on June 8, 2014
A class action suit on behalf of Arizona's entire prison population is headed to trial.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on June 3, 2014
A federal appeals court just blocked the harshest restriction on the abortion pill in the nation.
By Katie Valentine on May 22, 2014
98 percent of Arizona is under drought conditions right now.
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By Tara Culp-Ressler on May 22, 2014
It's just one more example of shaming the teens who get pregnant, instead of supporting them as they try to raise their children.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on May 21, 2014
A police officer personally drove Alex Valenzuela to federal immigration officials after suspecting that he's undocumented.
By Aviva Shen on May 18, 2014
"If you look at all the fiascos that have occurred, 99 percent of them have been by Democrats pulling their guns out and shooting people,” Kiehne said.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on May 6, 2014
The phone number given for victims of border abuse to report their complaints directs them to an agency that dissolved in 2003.
By Kiley Kroh on April 30, 2014
A new interpretation of state law in Arizona could force customers to pay property taxes on leased solar panels.
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee on April 23, 2014
“I proved I wasn’t drunk, but they still impounded my car,” Jose Patino, an undocumented immigrant, said.
By Zack Ford on April 16, 2014
An attempt to reduce sex work in Phoenix, Arizona has led to trans women experiencing more police profiling. Last week, Monica Jones was convicted for what she calls, "walking while trans."