Sandra Day O'Connor: Life on the Lazy B Ranch in Arizona
For Sandra Day O'Connor, the first female Supreme Court justice, life's lessons started with riding horses as a girl on the Lazy B Ranch in Arizona.
Here's what a black-footed ferret night hunt is like
Volunteers with the Arizona Game and Fish Department spotlight for black-footed ferrets twice a year in Seligman to help repopulate the endangered species.
Barrio Cafe chef: 'My heart belongs to Phoenix'
Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza talks about her success in Phoenix and recognizing the importance of keeping her family tradition and culture alive.
Sotelo-Heard Cemetery: Home of Phoenix's forgotten pioneers
More than 300 people lie in unmarked graves at Sotelo-Heard Cemetery. Its condition shows how some Mexican-American pioneers have been forgotten.
Alaska: Legalization on the Last Frontier
An overview of marijuana legalization and regulation in the state of Alaska.
“Hooked Rx: From Prescription to Addiction” is a 28-minute documentary on Arizona's prescription opioid epidemic, its roots and the consequences for communities.
Heroin love affair: A couple fights addiction on a daily basis
Dezarae, 21, and Paul, 25, became addicted to heroin when they were teenagers. They have been dating for about two years and have gone through repetitive stints of relapse and sobriety. At this point, they don't know which is stronger: their love for each other, or their love for heroin.
Sonora River: One year later
It's been more than a year since a toxic mine spill, dubbed by some as the worst environmental disaster in Mexico's history, contaminated the Sonora River. Communities are now pushing back against the mine and the government to protect their families and the lands they call home.
Sonora River: A community still healing
Since a toxic mine spill in 2014 impacted nearly 25,000, Mexican authorities say the Sonora River is clean. The government has identified nearly 400 people with illnesses tied directly to heavy metal contamination. But as new cases continue to emerge, researchers and environmental experts warn that the problem could be much greater than the government admits.
This isn't the first tragedy for Santa Fe High School
Two weeks before school started, Hurricane Harvey destroyed parts of their community. Then, two weeks before their high school graduation, a shooting killed 10 and injured 13 people inside their school walls.