PHOENIX – Pat Murphy left a long legacy for ASU baseball. Former players think he will do the same in Milwaukee as the Brewers’ new manager.
Pancake blocks to pancake stacks: Eating ‘a chore’ for offensive linemen in complex relationship with football, food
PHOENIX — Throughout their football careers, offensive linemen are told to eat as much food as possible to keep up the bulk necessary to fend off defenders. It can make eating another meal a chore and affect players long after their career ends.
How Arizona native Merrill Kelly’s long, winding path led him to pitching for hometown team in World Series
PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks are playing in the World Series for the first time since 2001. The trip to the Fall Classic means even more for Scottsdale product Merrill Kelly, who endured numerous bumps before pitching for his hometown team.
PHOENIX – Brittney Griner's remarkable journey from incarceration in a Russian prison to being named the AP's Comeback Player of the Year after an emotional return to the Phoenix Mercury defined her inspiring 2023 season.
TEMPE – ASU ACHA D1 women’s hockey club team might be one of the most successful programs at the school but its funding doesn’t match the team’s performance on the ice.
TEMPE – The Arizona Cardinals have released veteran quarterback Colt McCoy after two seasons with the team, setting the stage for Joshua Dobbs.
PHOENIX - Joe Cavaleri, a beloved Arizona sports superfan affectionately known as the "Ooh Aah Man," passed away at 71. He leaves behind an unforgettable legacy, having earned widespread recognition for his spirited mid-game antics that ignited crowd cheers and added joy to sporting events.
PHOENIX – Born and raised in Phoenix, Michael Carbajal stands as Arizona's greatest boxer, celebrated for his Olympic success in 1988 and numerous title triumphs. Legendary figures from the boxing world reflect on his illustrious career and immense contributions to the sport.
WASHINGTON - Phoenix could hit 115 degrees this weekend, but a new report says the greater heat threat may be outside the Valley - and even in other states. The Census study looked at income, housing and other factors to find those most at risk for heat-related harm.
WASHINGTON - For some, a rug is something to step on and art is something to hang on the wall. For Diné weaver Kevin Aspaas, his creations are part of the culture. Aspaas was one of two Navajo artists sharing that culture at the Smithsonian Institution's annual Folklife Festival.
Monsoon 2023 has arrived, and Phoenix officials are asking residents to be prepared for dust, wind and rain
The monsoon runs from June 15 to September 15. Phoenix officials say they have been preparing for storms, and ask residents to do the same.
New report shows Arizona children’s well-being improves slightly but state still ranks among the worst
PHOENIX – An annual report that measures the well-being of children shows slight improvement for Arizona kids, but it also raises child care concerns.