Arts & Culture

Moises Acosta founded an education center focused on teaching kids about the life cycle of the monarch butterfly. He's continued his efforts despite a threat against his work.
February 19, 2015
In 2006, an E. coli outbreak in California Spinach rocked the fresh produce industry. Nearly 200 people across the country got sick. Three died. Farmers in Arizona were paying close attention. Arizona, along with California, produces almost all of the nation’s leafy greens and so they both got to work developing a more stringent approach to food safety.
February 17, 2015
For three decades many Hopi have adopted reggae as their music of choice. It’s difficult to travel the three mesas that make up the reservation without seeing several gold, red and green bumper stickers, not to mention someone in a Bob Marley T-shirt.
February 03, 2015
On Monday, Arizona’s 2010 ban on ethnic studies went before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The federal court is considering the constitutionality of the entire law, as well as one of its provisions that was struck down by a federal judge in 2013.
January 13, 2015
Like Mexican society at large, some reporters in Mexico have a renewed sense of mission following the alleged abductions and presumed murders of 43 college students in September 2014.
January 13, 2015
Locals in the small towns of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula are celebrating the festival of the Three Kings this week.
January 07, 2015
Jorge Gutierrez
An immigrant's feet are perhaps her most damaged body part. We meet one man who's made it his mission to offer relief through massage.
December 26, 2014
Turquoise
The cost for turquoise has jumped in recent years. And that means Navajo artists and other silversmiths might be raising their jewelry prices this holiday season.
December 17, 2014
A part of Arizona’s history all but disappeared when the U.S.-Mexico border was created about 160 years ago. Parks and museums on both sides of the border have begun working together to revitalize and preserve a living history that gives people a way to connect to their roots.
November 28, 2014
Tourists abandoned the Mexican border city of Juárez in droves when a vicious drug war erupted in its streets. Now the city wants to win them back with the help of a new shuttle service.
October 09, 2014

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