Allison Rodriguez, KNXV

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Past articles by Allison:

Native-owned businesses continue growing in Arizona, across the country

ABC15 went to Whiteriver, Arizona, to talk to a couple who left the Valley to bring their coffee business to their community. → Read More

Diwali festivals to be held in November in the Valley

It's known as the festival of lights. Bright colors, candles, and sweets help more than a billion people mark the Hindu festival of Diwali. → Read More

Improving mental health resources among Latinos

Information on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website shows that 40.3% of Hispanic people experienced symptoms of depression, compared to 25.3% of white people. → Read More

Land reuse project to revitalize historic barrios near Phoenix airport

Green Valley, Eastlake Park, El Campito, Golden Gate, Cuatro Milpas, Ann Ott, and San Juan Bautista are some of the oldest established neighborhoods in Phoenix. → Read More

Migrant cotton workers helped shape Litchfield Park, Arizona

Before modern houses or businesses were built, Litchfield Park was filled with farmland and some of the first people to call it home were migrant workers from Goodyear Farms. → Read More

Secondhand shopping becoming increasingly popular

Secondhand shopping is becoming increasingly popular, whether it's to save money during crushing inflation or cut down on fast fashion and waste. → Read More

FBI warns romance scams are rising, losses near $1 billion

Romance scams are on the rise, according to the FBI. → Read More

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage at Arizona Game & Fish Department

As ABC15 continues to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re introducing one woman who didn't let anything stand in the way of living out her dream in the Arizona wilderness. → Read More

The origins of Hispanic Heritage Month

It’s all around Arizona. It’s in the names of our streets, parks, and cities. There's an undeniable influence of Hispanic and Latin culture in Arizona. → Read More

Community works to save historic Sacred Heart Church in Phoenix

Amid the roar of the planes flying overhead, Sacred Heart Church stands alone near 16th Street and Buckeye Road in Phoenix. It is all that is left of what was once the Golden Gate Barrio. → Read More

Arizona border communities still seeing spikes in COVID-19 cases

Arizona's border communities are still seeing major spikes of COVID-19 cases. Yuma County is a hotspot for a second time since the pandemic began. → Read More

Women in leadership positions urge younger generation to use their voice

One hundred years of progress with more to be made. → Read More

Women continue battling political barriers in Arizona

This week marks 100 years since American women received the right to vote. It was a hard-fought battle and while Arizona passed the vote overwhelmingly, thousands of women still couldn't cast their ballots. → Read More

Phoenix mural honoring Vanessa Guillen to be dedicated Saturday

A mural in south Phoenix will be dedicated in honor of slain U.S. Army soldier Vanessa Guillen Saturday. → Read More

Patients, Mayo Clinic doctors form support group for young adults battling cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, more than 60,000 adults between 20 to 39 years old are diagnosed with cancer every year across the United States. → Read More

Generation Z and the workforce: what do these young people want?

According to research, this group of roughly 61 million people will make up about 20 percent of the workforce in the next two years. → Read More

Arizona March For Our Lives group to hold vigil one year after Parkland shooting

It's been one year since the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Seventeen people were killed, including 14 students and three faculty members. → Read More

TIPS: How to stay safe while driving in the snow in Arizona

FLAGSTAFF, AZ — Icy roads and snow-covered are not things you think about when you say Arizona. But "Old Man Winter" isn't sparing the Grand Canyon State. Less than a week ago Wickenburg got a dusting of powder. Resident Bob Taschetta said, "It was amazing how fast it came down and how quickly it stuck." The high country has gotten the worst of the snow over the last several weeks and is… → Read More

Valley woman talks life without stomach after cancer

It's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. There are a lot of parties to go to and a lot of presents to buy. → Read More

Goodyear, Glendale police using new technology to solve crimes

The Goodyear and Glendale police departments are teaming up to use new technology to help solve crimes. → Read More