Nov. 5, 2018 Newscast | Cronkite News

We look at how Maricopa County has prepared for tomorrow's election; why more Native American women are running for legislative seats; and more.

September 10, 2018 Newscast | Cronkite News

We look at ASU's big football win; a call for more diverse representation on boards of education; a new way to detect Alzheimer's early; and more.

NCAA returns to Valley as organizing committee makes pitch for Final Four return

NCAA officials came to the Valley Wednesday to listen to a pitch from local organizers about a future Final Four. They hope to land the game in 2024, 2025 or 2026.

AIA goes to mat for girls wrestling, adds it for 2018-19 school year

The Arizona Interscholastic Association added girls wrestling for the 2018-19 school year, joining a list of less than 10 states that have the sport.

‘I listen to him’: ASU seniors reflect on Graham, final game

TEMPE - With their college football careers coming to an end in Friday’s Sun Bowl, Arizona State seniors were melancholy about a journey that will reach the finish line at the same time Todd Graham’s does.

ASU rescinds Cronkite Award given to Charlie Rose in 2015

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has rescinded the 2015 award of excellence given to news anchor Charlie Rose after the longtime anchor was accused of several instances of sexual misconduct.

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The flipside of cheerleading: a prevalence of catastrophic injuries

After a third concussion, Lisa Caiazzo was terrified for her daughter’s future.

Former Suns Gorilla Rojas finds a voice for self-improvement and motivation

PHOENIX — In the 1980s, during halftimes, timeouts and other breaks in Phoenix Suns games, all eyes were on Henry Rojas, though much of the crowd did not know it.

October 3, 2017 Newscast | Cronkite News

Updates on the aftermath of Las Vegas, natural disaster recovery, and more.

‘Completely different level’: Diamondbacks seek wisdom from those with postseason experience

PHOENIX -- The next time the Arizona Diamondbacks take the field, things will be a bit different. The painted logo behind home plate, the decor around the stadium, the atmosphere, the audience. But one thing will remain the same.

What do cars, phones and Rising players have in common? All equipped with GPS

TEMPE — After suffering a right groin injury, Matthew Watson’s recovery was accelerated by learning he favored his left leg during competition. How did the Phoenix Rising FC defender find out?

Now Division I, advancing to NCAA Tournament is GCU’s ‘sole focus’

PHOENIX — The momentum built slowly over the past four years as the men’s basketball program at Grand Canyon University awaited Division I eligibility.