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Suns vs. Warriors: A preview of postseason things to come?

PHOENIX – Tuesday’s matchup between the Suns and the Warriors lived up to its billing, as the shorthanded Suns extended their winning streak to 17 and defeated the top-seeded Warriors. Are these two franchises destined for a playoff classic?


Kyle Rittenhouse opponents, supporters rally at ASU over his possible enrollment

TEMPE – Several left-wing groups rallied Wednesday to demand that Arizona State University deny enrollment to Kyle Rittenhouse – although ASU officials say Rittenhouse isn’t enrolled and hasn’t applied for admission.


Hundreds rally as Supreme Court justices weigh future of abortion rights

WASHINGTON - Protesters from both sides of the abortion issue rallied outside the Supreme Court Wednesday as justices considered a strict Mississippi law that could lead the court to reverse its longstanding abortion-rights rulings.


Streaks collide in the Valley as the Suns host the Warriors

PHOENIX – The Suns return home on a 16-game winning streak and can match the franchise’s longest streak by beating the Golden State Warriors tonight. However, the resurging Warriors have the league’s best record and are on a seven game streak of their own. It’s the first of three matchups in less than a month between the teams, including a marquee matchup on Christmas Day.


13 and counting: How far can streaking Phoenix Suns go?

PHOENIX - As the Phoenix Suns stretch their winning streak farther and farther, the target on their backs grows bigger and bigger. Not that they mind, because in their eyes, they are hunters, not prey.


Brnovich amends vaccine mandate lawsuit to include Phoenix first responders

PHOENIX – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has amended his suit against the Biden administration’s mandate that all federal employees and contractors be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by January and added Phoenix fire and police associations.


Fast food workers strike in LA, push for better pay and safety standards across industry

LOS ANGELES – The fight for safer working conditions and creating a minimum standard at fast food restaurants led to workers protesting outside several McDonald's restaurants in Los Angeles on Nov. 9.


Scorching hot: Phoenix Suns win nine straight after blocking out the noise

PHOENIX - The Suns return to Phoenix after a short but successful three-game road trip, stretching their win streak to nine games. Second in the conference and the hottest team in the league, the Suns are doing all they can to keep their minds on the court – and keep out the noise.


Veterans Day Parade grand marshal reflects on experience as a chief nurse during Operation Desert Storm

PHOENIX – Col. Christine Mahon served as a chief nurse for the U.S Army Reserve for 33 years. We talked with her about her experience. Mahon will serve as one of the grand marshals for the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade.


2 years, 7 months, 22 days: Brandon Williams back after long hoops layoff

WASHINGTON - It was just one game for former University of Arizona basketball standout Brandon Williams, but it was a meaningful one - his pro debut with the G-League Westchester Knicks ended a two-year, seven-month, 22-day wait to get back to the game he loves.


Oregon is the Pac-12’s lone hope for a College Football Playoff berth

PHOENIX – Although the Oregon Ducks hold one of the coveted top four positions in the initial CFP poll, the rest of the Pac-12’s teams are nowhere to be found.


Suns players, fans react to allegations of racism and misogyny against Robert Sarver

PHOENIX – Just hours after an ESPN story dropped about Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver and allegations of racism and misogyny within the organization, the team took to the court for a game against the Houston Rockets. Players, fans and coach Monty Williams react to the news.