The night of a mass shooting at a Safeway in Tucson that severely injured Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and killed a US Federal Judge, a candlelight vigil at the Capitol brought together a distraught group of Arizona citizens.
Undocumented college students sitting outside Sen. John McCain's office have gone seven days without food in an attempt to persuade the senator to support legislation that provides undocumented residents a path to citizenship.
Local business owners gathered in downtown Phoenix Tuesday night to talk with Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, about the issues they’re facing, largely focusing on taxes.
Hoping to pressure Sen. John McCain during Congress’ lame duck session, former and current undocumented ASU students have planned to partake in a hunger strike Tuesday.
Protesters chanting outside of a downtown Phoenix courthouse Tuesday afternoon backed protesters who were arrested over the summer for fighting against Arizona’s immigration law.
A demonstration by the National Socialist Movement, a group that supports neo-Nazism, turned ugly Saturday afternoon as protesters against the march clashed with police.
Friday is the last day to count the remaining 78,000 ballots in Arizona, and three propositions are still up for grabs.
The ACLU is questioning how laws that were created during the time of floppy disks and cassette tapes can still be used to protect people in the age of iPhones and Facebook.