Arizona Public Media
AZPM on Facebook AZPM on Twitter AZPM on YouTube AZPM on Google+ AZPM on Instagram

All Stories

U.S. Sen. John McCain.

Rep. Salmon Says He Won't Challenge McCain for Senate

Attention falls to others as conservatives express dissatisfaction with 5-term senator.

State Loses Round in Foster Care Civil Rights Case

Judge lets stand lawsuit alleging lack of health care for 17,000 children in state custody.

Schools Chief: Pay Teachers More, Kill Common Core

Education reform plan includes teacher mentoring, tax incentives for educators.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont, a Common Core proponent, and her class at Sunnyside High School.

Arizona Charter Schools Receive $16M in Federal Grant

US Department of Education asks Congress for more new, expanding schools.

Report: Arizona Revenues Fall Far Short of Highway Needs

Auditor General's Office projects $63 billion fund shortage in next quarter century.

House Democrats Unveil Education Funding Plan

Latest in series of plans from governor, Republican legislators, state schools chief.

The Gray family at Christmas 2012.

Grandparents Provide Foster Care, Saving State Money

But one aspect of a program that has up to 8,000 foster children in it may lose funding.

Arizona Legislators to Be Briefed on K-12 Funding Options

Special session being discussed amid ongoing search for more money for schools.

Sunset on Mt. Lemmon in the Coronado National Forest.

Arizona Sign of Autumn: Leaves Turning? No, Lost Hikers

Cooler weather has more people out; that meets big increase in number of trouble calls.

AZ WEEK: Hispanic Heritage - Scout Leader, Cartoonist

Plus, why Mexican-US drug trade continues and efforts to quell it continually fall short.

Grocery Chain Haggen to Shut its Last Tucson Location

Washington state-based company will close in Arizona, Nevada, California.

METRO WEEK: Woman Banned from US; Children Stay

AZPM documentary tracks life for US citizens whose mother is banned from country.

A protestor on the U.S. side of the border fence leans close to talk to protestors on the Mexican side.

Border Patrol Agent Indicted in Mexican Teen's Death in 2012

Rock throwing led agent to shoot through border fence, killing 16-year-old in 2012.

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio Contempt Hearing Over Latino Profiling Resumes

Sheriff, several of his top officers face federal sanctions, possibility of criminal charges.

Latino-Owned Businesses Growth Rapid in Arizona

Estimated 90,000 in state, a 70% increase over five years, according to new report.

Tucson-to-Phoenix Passenger Rail: Where's the Money?

ADOT's proposal draws excitement, but some worried about price tag in billions.

Selected Categories

17 – 32 of 6702

collection categories

click any filter to remove it