EUGENE, Oregon – Although she wasn’t satisfied with her performance, Jorinde van Klinken led the way for ASU’s women in the Pac-12 Track and Field Championships.
TEMPE – Arizona State is not only known as a strong wrestling school, but as a mixed martial arts factory as well. Many have successfully extended their fighting careers beyond Tempe.
PHOENIX – When Louisville’s Stephanie Norman, a former Arizona State player, takes the floor with the Cardinals Friday, it will be her fourth trip to the women’s NCAA Tournament Final Four as an assistant coach.
PHOENIX – Seven members of the Navy have joined Valleywise Health Medical Center to support overburdened frontline health care workers, per a request from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The team will stay for a month.
From bingo to bocce: Unified Sports, Special Olympics step up for people with intellectual disabilities
PHOENIX – Opportunities and resources were once minimal for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics Arizona and Unified Sports are determined to change that.
WASHINGTON - Arizona politicians from both sides of the aisle praised former Secretary of State Colin Powell as a dedicated public servant who will inspire "generations of Americans," but who also leaves behind a mixed legacy.
LOS ANGELES – Many theme parks in California have begun to reopen at limited capacity, but most only will admit state residents at first.
TEMPE – Late country music legend and Texas Rangers part-owner Charley Pride left his mark on both the music and baseball communities. Now, through the Rangers’ Charley Pride fellowship program, his impact will continue to be felt.
PHOENIX - The Waste Management Phoenix Open, while greatly reduced in spectators, is one of only a few stops on the PGA Tour to allow fans.
SCOTTSDALE – With limited fans due to COVID-19, one of the Waste Management Phoenix Opens’s biggest draws – three-time champion Phil Mickelson – is skipping it again this year.
PHOENIX – Researchers are trying to gauge the physical and mental effects of COVID-19 on the estimated 1% of the worldwide population who suffer from Tourette syndrome, a condition characterized by motor and vocal tics.
PHOENIX – Cyclist Erick Cedeño retraces footsteps of the Underground Railroad on wheels.