Arizona poem emblazoned on screen at U2 revival of Joshua Tree tour

PHOENIX – U2’s revival of their Joshua Tree tour has a poetic Arizona element.

Court gives firefighters a second chance in age-discrimination case

WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court Monday said two former firefighters can sue the Mount Lemmon Fire District for age discrimination in their firing, a suit that had earlier been thrown out by a lower court.

Stoudemire experience illustrates value of NBA draft workouts for Suns

PHOENIX — Fifteen years ago, the Phoenix Suns had the ninth overall pick in the NBA Draft. Buzz surrounded a high school athlete who had declared himself eligible.

Diamondbacks hit home run with summer pass deal

PHOENIX — April 26th marked the worst home attendance in Arizona Diamondbacks history. The announced crowd of 12,215 filled only 25.2 percent of Chase Field, surely raising a red flag for the organization.

Supersize me: ASU’s new video board looks to enhance fan experience

TEMPE— Watching replays used to be a struggle for students seated in the south end zone of Sun Devil Stadium.

Hamilton graduate Andersen and father take on U.S. Open

CHANDLER - Mason Andersen, a recent Hamilton High School graduate, will compete with some of the best golfers in the world Thursday at the U.S. Open.

Ducey requires 24-hour deadline on reporting opioid overdoses, deaths

PHOENIX – Gov. Doug Ducey signed an executive order Tuesday requiring reports of opioid overdoses and deaths reach state health officials within 24 hours.

Trump presidency adds urgency to LGBT advocates’ rally in Washington

WASHINGTON - Marisa Tristan has long been an advocate for LGBT rights, but she never felt the need to march in Washington before this year.

Rare Arizona meteorite receives Apache name

PHOENIX – A meteorite that landed on tribal land a year ago now bears an Apache name.

What happens to social media after someone passes away?

Social media is a major aspect of our lives.

Do you have experience with recruiting student athletes for high school sports?

The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) has strict regulations against recruiting and giving any athletic scholarships.

House OKs financial reform bill, consumer advocates worry about impact

WASHINGTON - When Vietnam veteran Randall Stankewicz was getting the runaround from his mortgage lender, the Phoenix resident took his complaint the Servicemember Affairs Office in the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - which settled the issue in 10 days.