Anita Snow, The Associated Press

Anita Snow

The Associated Press

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Recent articles by Anita:

Arizona measure gives non-citizens in-state college tuition

Arizona voters have approved an initiative to extend cheaper in-state college tuition to some non-citizen students, cheering supporters who hope the measure’s passage Monday will spark momentum for wider immigration reform in Congress → Read More

Voting snag in Arizona fuels election conspiracy theories

A printing malfunction at 60 polling places across Arizona’s most populous county slowed voting Tuesday. → Read More

Judge considers stopping Phoenix ballot drop box watchers

A federal judge in Arizona says he hopes to decide by Friday whether to order members of a group to stop monitoring outdoor ballot drop boxes in the Phoenix area → Read More

Arizona refuses US demand to remove containers along Southern border

Arizona has refused the government's demand to take down double-stacked shipping containers it placed to fill gaps in the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. → Read More

Arizona refuses US demand to remove containers along border

Arizona is refusing the federal government’s demand to take down double-stacked shipping containers it placed to fill gaps in the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, saying it won’t do so until the U.S. moves to construct a permanent barrier → Read More

Arizona refuses US demand to remove containers along border

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona has refused the federal government's demand to take down double-stacked shipping containers it placed to fill gaps in the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, saying it won't do so until the U.S. → Read More

US government tells Arizona to remove shipping containers along border wall

The Cocopah Indian Tribe is welcoming the federal government’s call for the state of Arizona to remove a series of double-stacked shipping containers that are filling gaps in the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, saying they are unauthorized and violate U.S. law. → Read More

US government tells Arizona to remove border containers

The tribe complained last month that the state of Arizona acted against its wishes by placing 42 of the double stacks on its land near Yuma to halt illegal border crossings in an area that has become a major entry point for migrants. → Read More

US government tells Arizona to remove border containers

The tribe complained last month that the state of Arizona acted against its wishes by placing 42 of the double stacks on its land near Yuma to halt illegal border crossings in an area that has become a major entry point for migrants. → Read More

US government tells Arizona to remove border containers

The tribe complained last month that the state of Arizona acted against its wishes by placing 42 of the double stacks on its land near Yuma to halt illegal border crossings in an area that has become a major entry point for migrants. → Read More

LA's Black-Latino tensions bared in City Council scandal

Cross-cultural coalitions have ruled Los Angeles politics for decades, helping elect both Black and Latino politicians to top leadership roles in the huge racially and ethnically diverse city → Read More

Disasters like Ian pose extra risk for fragile older people

Older people with limited mobility and those with chronic health conditions requiring the use of electrically powered medical devices were especially vulnerable when Hurricane Ian slammed into Southwest Florida → Read More

Disasters like Ian pose extra risk for fragile older people

Older people with limited mobility and those with chronic health conditions requiring the use of electrically powered medical devices were especially vulnerable when Hurricane Ian slammed into Southwest Florida, and experts warn such risks to society’s oldest are growing as disasters increase with the impact of climate change. → Read More

As Hurricane Ian Battered Florida, Older Adults Were Especially Vulnerable

“If we know people are at risk, why aren’t we doing more to help them?” → Read More

Disasters like Ian pose extra risk for fragile older people

Older people with limited mobility and those with chronic health conditions requiring the use of electrically powered medical devices were especially vulnerable when Hurricane Ian slammed into Southwest Florida → Read More

Disasters like Ian pose extra risk for fragile older people

Older people with limited mobility and those with chronic health conditions requiring the use of electrically powered medical devices were especially vulnerable when Hurricane Ian slammed into Southwest Florida. Experts → Read More

Arizona weighing in-state tuition rate for some non-citizens

Arizona voters this November will decide whether to allow students regardless of their immigration status to obtain financial aid and cheaper in-state tuition at state universities and community colleges → Read More

Appalachian cultural center reeling from historic flooding

A cultural center known for chronicling Appalachian life is cleaning up and assessing its losses → Read More

Winning Lottery Jackpot Thrilling Bonanza For Some, Tragic For Others

Striking it rich can draw scammers, scads of sad stories and trigger personal struggles. → Read More

Appalachian cultural center reeling from historic flooding

A cultural center known for chronicling Appalachian life is cleaning up and assessing its losses, some of which are likely permanent. → Read More