Access to abortion services became especially difficult for Texas women who lived along the U.S.-Mexico border after 2013, when many clinics closed as a result of the state's tighter restrictions.
An unincorporated community in New Mexico is struggling to improve dirt roads in a residential neighborhood that was irresponsibly developed decades ago.
A 54-year-old woman died in the mid-afternoon walking in a Tucson neighborhood. Two hikers, including a tourist visiting from Germany died while hiking, Sunday.
Arizona scientists have developed technology that will make it easier to detect MRSA and other antibiotic-resistant infections. Now it’s patented.
A major hospital in Texas is making a name for itself by taking on the ranching industry, an iconic fixture in the history of the Lone Star State.
Arizona Sen. John McCain is calling for a Justice Department criminal investigation of last summer’s Gold King Mine spill. McCain is part of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, which held a field hearing in Phoenix on Friday.
In the tiny community of Birdsprings, Arizona, there’s a Navajo mother who wants to bring her baby girl home. But she can’t. Her daughter is hooked up to a machine in Phoenix. She needs a small intestine transplant. But the doctors say she can’t have one because her family doesn’t have running water.
Nearly a dozen Texas cities, counties, hospital and school districts are facing the possibility of a bond credit downgrade in the coming months. That's because these local institutions rely on energy-related tax revenue, which has fallen precipitously. And the possibility of bond downgrades is a threat facing other energy-producing states in the southwest.
The Flagstaff City Council decided they needed more time to settle a lawsuit with the Hopi Tribe over the use of reclaimed wastewater on a mountain the Hopi and a dozen other tribes consider sacred.
Now the public can find out if their drinking water is safe with the help of an app. The EPA has developed a new tool that maps U.S. watersheds online.