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At 102, Prescott woman’s seen a lot; with Clinton nomination she’s seen it all

PHILADELPHIA - Jerry Emmett didn’t think she would live to see her mother win the right to vote – much less to see the first woman win a major U.S. party presidential nomination.


Revived Arizona KidsCare to bring affordable health care to 30,000 uninsured

PHOENIX — KidsCare returned to Arizona on Tuesday after a more than five-year absence and advocates expect to sign up more than 30,000 children for access to free or affordable medical, dental and vision care by the end of the year.


Phoenix Mercury well represented at Olympics

PHOENIX – The Phoenix Mercury are sending a league-leading six team members to the upcoming Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, showing the depth of talent from the three-time WNBA champions.

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Arizona delegate’s new heart leads her to Philadelphia

PHOENIX- At the age of 37, Jeanne Lunn was getting ready to leave town on a work trip when she started feeling chest pain.


Former Cardinals coach Dennis Green dies at 67

PHOENIX — Former Arizona Cardinals and Minnesota Vikings head coach Dennis Green died late Thursday due to complications from cardiac arrest. He was 67.


Coaches: Overuse injuries a growing problem in Arizona youth baseball

PHOENIX — “Year-round baseball is one thing that’s killing our sport,” Horizon High School head coach Eric Kibler said.


Pitchers share Tommy John stories to guide each other through rehab

PHOENIX — “I always questioned myself coming back and how it felt and what to feel in there because it was just something different,” said Patrick Corbin, a starting pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks. “They all said it was normal, they all thought something was wrong multiple times coming back.”


The Real Donald means real business for Faux Donald

CLEVELAND - Donald Trump loves many things, including Arizona and its eponymous iced tea. But just like that tea is not brewed in Arizona, this Trump is not the Donald.


Cronkite News invites you to join the Public Insight Network

At Cronkite News, we believe everyone has knowledge and insight that can help us make our reporting deeper and more personal. We want to hear from people who have personal experiences with and insight into the issues we cover.


Maryvale block watchers refuse to be thwarted by serial shooter

PHOENIX — Despite a nerve-wracking wave of violence, Maryvale neighbors work to thwart the serial shooter, discouraging petty crime along the way.


Wish you were here: Arizona Republican delegates speak to those who skipped the convention

As part of the Cronkite News multi-platform coverage of the Republican National Convention, we're connecting with Arizona delegates through text messages.


Free agent Barbosa brings championship culture to Phoenix

PHOENIX — Leandro Barbosa, who earned the 2006-07 Sixth Man of the Year and Dan Majerle Hustle Award in Phoenix early in his career and played for the 2014-15 NBA champion Golden State Warriors, signed a multi-year contract Tuesday to return to the Suns.