Alicia Barrón is a Reporter for Copper Courier and The Americano. She's from the border town of Nogales, Arizona and has worked in journalism for 20 years, starting at 3TV/azfamily. Most recently, she was a staff writer at Upworthy and BuzzFeed.
The annual pride celebration may have been postponed, but the party is still on for this weekend. It’s just online.
Arizona kids are doing their part to put smiles on the faces of hospital workers and nursing home residents as they battle through the coronavirus pandemic.
The Mayor is cautiously optimistic about how Arizonans will get through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rep. Ruben Gallego had quite the flight last week where he helped save a life and held a no-holds-barred AMA with constituents.
Tucsonans are heartbroken after longtime Arizona Democrat Richard Elias died Saturday morning. He was 61 years old.
Arizona renters now have protections in place during the coronavirus pandemic, but tenants must alert their landlords if they are unable to pay.
Law enforcement officers are releasing inmates and replacing arrests with citations in an attempt to protect communities from the coronavirus.