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Camelback’s Cholla Trail reopens, providing more access to the highest peak in Phoenix

PHOENIX – Cholla Trail on Camelback Mountain’s eastern slope, which closed in March 2020, reopened in September with safety improvements and new amenities. The landmark is Phoenix’s highest peak and carries with it decades of history.

Reunited and it feels so … normal: Arizona’s Liberatore, Gorman back together in Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – From little league to professional baseball, Matthew Liberatore and Nolan Gorman have taken the journey together. They were recently reunited in Memphis.

Legalized sports betting could be a step toward reducing homelessness

LOS ANGELES – A sports betting initiative that could be on the November ballot for California could help alleviate the crisis of people experiencing homelessness.

Desert Challenge Games afford athletes with disabilities a chance to compete again

MESA – It looked like any other competition at the Kino Aquatic Center, save the assistive devices, including wheelchairs, crutches and prostheses. And for athletes unable to take steps down into the pool, a built-in power lift was available.

Tribes to get record funding from American Rescue Plan

WASHINGTON – Native American tribes nationwide will receive more than $31 billion as part of the American Rescue Plan, the largest one-time investment to Native American communities in history.

Art installation honors thousands of Arizonans who’ve died of COVID-19

TEMPE – Two memorials displayed at the Arizona Heritage Center honor the 511,000 COVID-19 deaths across the nation.

Small town to big city: Ryggs Johnston finds success with ASU golf

TEMPE – The transition from small-town life to big-city expectations can be a challenging one. Ryggs Johnston has done his best to make an impact on the Arizona State men's golf team.

Arizona, California mayors unite to tackle affordable housing, homelessness issues

Several mayors from across the country - including Los Angeles, Phoenix and Mesa - have joined a coalition to find solutions to address the lack of affordable housing in their areas.

These state employees can bring their babies to work

PHOENIX – Babies cooing in strollers and on brightly colored play mats in their parents’ cubicles are commonplace at the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Orphaned mountain lion cub grows into new life at Out of Africa center

CAMP VERDE – A mountain lion cub clings to a tree high above ground, malnourished and frightened.

Have you switched political parties?

Some voters have changed their party registration this election cycle, with motivations ranging from sincere to strategic.

Marijuana Prop 205: What’s your stance and why?

Arizona has already legalized medical marijuana, and a recent poll showed about half of state voters favor legalizing recreational marijuana use for adults. Under federal law, it's illegal to use marijuana for medical or recreational purposes, but Arizona voters could change state regulations for recreational marijuana use when Proposition 205 appears on the Election Day ballot this November.