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Pac-12 marks Title IX anniversary with first all-female Hall of Honor class

LAS VEGAS – The Pac-12 Conference celebrated the 50th anniversary of Title IX with its first all-female Hall of Honor class. The event’s success sparked possibilities for more female representation in future years.

Former Arizona softball player Susie Parra, left, and Arizona State track and field athlete Jackie Johnson-Powell were among 12 Pac-12 Hall of Honor inductees. (Photo by Nicholas Hodell/Cronkite News)

¡Cámara, acción! La industria cinematográfica de Arizona está creciendo después de una década de estancamiento

MESA – En 2016 la idea de revivir la oficina de cine ganó apoyo y la Autoridad de Comercio de Arizona la reabrió y contrató a Matthew Earl Jones para dirigirla. Su objetivo es restaurar a Arizona como un destino de referencia para los cineastas.

Lights, camera – action! Arizona film industry is growing after a decade of stagnation

MESA – After being left for dead in 2010, the Arizona film industry has grown the past few years, thanks to a network of indie filmmakers, the Phoenix Film Festival and the revived Arizona Film Office.

This is Madness: Computer simulator sent Arizona State on Cinderella run in virtual tourney

PHOENIX – Arizona State was this year’s March Madness Cinderella, at least in a virtual world created by one Twitter user.

ASU basketball searching for answers as summer workouts begin

TEMPE – Sun Devil basketball looks to regroup after first NCAA tournament appearance under Hurley.

Power play: Led by ASU, collegiate hockey flexes its muscle in Arizona

TEMPE – When the Arizona State men's hockey team made history by being the first independent team to make the NCAA Tournament since 1991-92, it showed that collegiate hockey is making its mark in Arizona.

Scout’s honor: Despite trying schedules, baseball’s talent evaluators committed to craft

PHOENIX – The life of a baseball scout is not easy. But for talent evaluators like Jon Kazanas, the joy that comes from finding prospects makes it worth it.

From baseball to aeronautical engineering: Horizon’s Kody Huff covers all bases

PHOENIX – Although Kody Huff is a terrific baseball player, he also goes the extra mile in his leadership role to elevate his teammates play.

Murray? Rosen? Cardinals remain coy about quarterback decision for NFL draft

TEMPE – Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim and coach Kliff Kingsbury addressed the quarterback situation for the upcoming NFL draft. Sort of.

Proposed budget cuts for Special Olympics concern those who could be impacted in Arizona

PHOENIX – With news of a budget proposal that calls for eliminating funding for the Special Olympics, those in Arizona who could be impacted by the cuts express concern.

Another big event for Arizona: ISM Raceway lands NASCAR’s Championship Weekend

AVONDALE – NASCAR's Championship Weekend for the 2020 season will be at ISM Raceway. The announcement comes less than a year after a $178 million track renovation.

End of Cheatham’s journey at ASU suggests beginning of another chapter in basketball

TULSA, Okla. – The dream came to an end for Arizona State basketball – and Zylan Cheatham – in the NCAA Tournament. But what a journey it was.