LaVae Goodin of Tucson said when her daughter Diane was in high school she began to have issues with drug addiction.
Truck drivers are finding themselves on the front lines of the human trafficking crisis in the United States.
Beneath all the noise and bustle of the border town of Nogales, Sonora, there is a darkness few people decide to confront.
The human trafficking industry thrives because it's under the radar," says Maggie Bellino, CEO of Southern Arizona Against…
Child sex slavery can happen -- hidden in plain sight -- in our own backyards. Literally, in "Julie's" case.
Planning ahead and practicing is what these teachers say now gives them the confidence to wage war against an attacker if they have no other choice.