The world's largest paper airplane flies over desert and its design was created by 12 year-old Arturo Valdenegro of Tucson, Arizona.
Award-winning Mexican-American documentary filmmaker, Eren McGinnis dedicated the last three years to help her son and his colleagues in the cause to save ethnic studies classes by making a documentary, entitled "Precious Knowledge."
With the Hispanic population of Arizona really growing, President Barack Obama is making a play to take the state out of the Republican column and put it in his own. At least two people are saying it's doable, and there's some precedent for that as well.
The Obama campaign, which is counting on Hispanic voters to help carry friendlier territory like Colorado and Nevada, has opened offices in Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff in a play for Arizona in the 2012 election.
Want to take an in-depth look at a controversial issue? There's a tour for that. The tour titled "Border Crisis: Fact and Fiction" is intended to allow tourists to see immigration at one of the hottest spots on the border and is billed as a "fact-finding mission"