Eating healthy can be tough, not to mention expensive. For many, fatty fast foods are more accessible than a nutritious meal. But communities across the country are trying to change that.
For many Native American communities, the passion for basketball goes back generations. But to advance past the high school arenas, kids need competition and exposure to scouts, something that can be hard to find for those in isolated communities.
A public memorial service is scheduled this evening for Phoenix-born banda musician, Tito Torbellino. He was gunned down in Mexico last week.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell spent Friday morning hiking to the ruins of a 19th century bed and breakfast nestled in the Organ Mountains of southern New Mexico.
President Obama will designate a new national monument in New Mexico this week, according to a White House official. The landscape features a craggy mountain range 40 miles north of the Mexican border.
On the streets of Carlsbad, N.M., it's hard to miss an RV lit up with Christmas lights and plastered with hundreds of stickers.
There’s a trend catching on with teenagers in Southern Arizona that is making their English teachers happy. Poetry — spoken word poetry — has a growing following in high schools there.
The United States ban on commercial ban on ivory will be strictly enforced starting in June. Musicians must decide if they're willing to risk travel outside the U.S. and having their instruments confiscated upon their return home.
The great Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez died Thursday in his home in Mexico City at age 87. Best known for his novel “One Hundred Years Of Solitude,” he received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982.
Monday at sundown marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday, Passover. For the past decade, a Seder in Phoenix has been bringing together people from two ethnic communities.