Some Arizona vets are in favor of Prop 205, which they say will help them secure medical benefits and an alternative form of treatment.
Arizona Democratic Party Executive Director Sheila Healy meets with ASU Young Democrats to talk about outreach efforts and register campus students to vote before the Oct. 10 deadline.
In Phoenix, 132 immigrants from 33 nations became citizens at a naturalization ceremony at Trevor G. Browne High School.
Dozens of Latinos from the disabilities community attended the Ability 360 and Chicanos Por La Causa disability summit and resource fair on Saturday, Sept. 17 to learn more about resources to overcome emotional, physical, social and political obstacles.
More than 120 permanent legal residents attended a citizenship fair hosted by the Arizona chapter of Mi Familia Vota, a national nonprofit that offers assistance with citizenship applications and voter registration. Continue Reading…
The Haymaker Restaurant Co. partnered with 102.5 KNIX to serve military veterans and police officers with free breakfast on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016.
More than 40 competitors swam, biked and ran to the finish line during the Sun Devil Fitness Center’s Valentine’s Day “Love Triangle Mini-Triathlon” at the Polytechnic campus.
El día de 21 de noviembre, estudiantes aprendieron la importanica y los efectos de los estereotipos por jugar juegos, los cual se enfoquen en comunicarse en grupo y en el liderazgo.
More than 130 protesters took to the streets of Mesa, Ariz., on Nov. 14 to call for legislative action to protect the Salt River horses once the Forest Service roundup postponement ends December 18, 2015. Video by Brian Fore. Written by Brian Fore and Josh Cutlip. Narrated by Josh Cutlip.
Students from the ASU Student Alumni Association am other organizations take up guard at Tempe’s A Mountain to protect it from University of Arizona’s annual tradition of painting it before the ASU versus U of A football game.