Title Author Publication Date
Downtown Phoenix Church Declares Itself A Sanctuary Church Lauren Gilger January 27, 2017
Neighborhood Profiling At Center Of Case Before Arizona Supreme Court Lauren Gilger January 26, 2017
Woman Who Lost Baby Studying How To Help Moms Who Had Stillbirths Lauren Gilger January 25, 2017
Taking Page From Tea Party, Indivisible Guide Offers Playbook To Resist Trump Lauren Gilger January 25, 2017
Highlights From Hollywood As Oscar Nominees Are Announced Lauren Gilger January 24, 2017
Rural Vs. Urban: Divide Deepens With Growing Health Disparities Lauren Gilger January 24, 2017
Eugenics Rubicon: Uncovering America’s Dark History Of Forced Sterilization Lauren Gilger January 23, 2017
Mohave County Supervisor In Washington To Attend Inauguration Lauren Gilger January 19, 2017
What Will Repeal Of Obamacare Mean For Women In Arizona? Lauren Gilger January 18, 2017
ASU Professor Discusses Sexual-Assault Allegations Against Trump Lauren Gilger January 17, 2017
If Northern Arizona Coal Plant Closes Soon, Group Looks To New Industries To Replace Jobs Lauren Gilger January 16, 2017
Lawsuit: US Failed To Provide Havasupai Children With Education Materials, Classes Lauren Gilger January 13, 2017
Nasty Women: Phoenix Unite Art Show To Open In Phoenix Lauren Gilger January 13, 2017
Backpage Shuts Down Adult Section As Senate Report Accuses It Of Child-Sex Trafficking Lauren Gilger January 12, 2017
Numbers Remain High For Child Abuse, Neglect In Arizona Lauren Gilger January 10, 2017
What’s Behind The Rise In Border Apprehensions In 2016? Lauren Gilger January 09, 2017
Arizona’s League Of Women Voters Summit To Address Election Problems Lauren Gilger January 06, 2017
With New Apartments Popping Up, What’s Next For Valley Real Estate? Lauren Gilger January 06, 2017
When It Comes to Officer-Involved Shootings, Most Police Departments Don’t Track Data Lauren Gilger January 05, 2017
Veteran Entrepreneurs Bring ‘Threshold Of Pain’ To Startup World In Valley Lauren Gilger January 04, 2017
As State's Schools Lose Funding, More Teachers Continue To Leave Classrooms Lauren Gilger January 03, 2017
Navajo Library Tapes Filled With Thousands Of Hours Of Navajo Oral History Lauren Gilger January 02, 2017
Almost 8,000 Cyber Security Jobs Unfilled In Maricopa County Lauren Gilger December 27, 2016
Charter School Enrollment Continues To Rise In Arizona Lauren Gilger December 27, 2016
Could Automatic Voter Registration Become Law In Arizona? Lauren Gilger December 20, 2016

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