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NAU’s smart bike technology can detect damaged pathways

FLAGSTAFF – A Northern Arizona University engineering team has created a prototype sensor and network that can detect damage along bike paths and alert city officials to needed repairs.


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.


Sinema cited in new book, but analysts wonder what impact it will have

WASHINGTON – Political analysts say it's too soon to tell what impact, if any, a new book about the Biden administration's first year will have on Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Arizona, who is reportedly quoted in the book as mocking the president.


Arizona Dreamer’s journey depicted in ‘¡Americano!’, a musical debuting off-Broadway

PHOENIX – Tony Valdovinos of Phoenix gave up his dream of joining the Marine Corps when he learned he was undocumented. Ultimately, he had a bigger impact than being a Marine, becoming an inspiration to other Dreamers and the musical “¡Americano!”, which debuts off-Broadway this month.


¡Americano! Musical con debut fuera de Broadway inspirado por un ‘dreamer’ de Phoenix

PHOENIX – Dreamer Tony Valdovinos de Phoenix abandonó su sueño de unirse como un infante de marina de los EE.UU. cuando descubrió que no tenía documentos. Al final de cuentas, tuvo un impacto más grande que el de ser marino, y se volvió una inspiración para otros Dreamers y el musical ¡Americano! que ahora está por debutar fuera de Broadway.


Minor League Baseball celebrates game’s Black pioneers, builds diversity through ‘The Nine’

PHOENIX – Minor League Baseball new program “The Nine” aims to amplify Black voices. Teams across the country will celebrate the game’s pioneers while growing baseball’s diversity.


Finchem, Ward targets of new subpoenas by committee probing Jan. 6 attack

WASHINGTON - The committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol subpoenaed Arizona GOP leader Kelli Ward and Rep. Mark Finchem for "information about efforts to send false slates of electors to Washington and change the outcome of the 2020 election."


Phoenix Rising ya trabaja pensando en una nueva temporada

PHOENIX – El plantel del Phoenix Rising de 22 jugadores arribó a su sede después del descanso de invierno, el técnico del equipo Rick Schantz se encuentra satisfecho después de la primera semana de pretemporada.


From the desert to the Olympics: Valley’s Matthew Knies to play hockey for Team USA

PHOENIX – Phoenix’s Matthew Knies was selected to play for Team USA men’s hockey during the 2022 Winter Olympics after NHL officials decided in December not to free its players to take part in the Winter Games.


‘You can’t be a hockey player’: England’s Brendan Perlini, Liam Kirk find success across the pond

TUCSON – Former Arizona Coyotes player Brendan Perlini and the Roadrunners’ Liam Kirk find hockey success in North America after excelling at the sport in the U.K.


Vicious circle: Tribal broadband program hindered by lack of broadband

WASHINGTON - Many tribes did not have the broadband access needed to apply for funds that would let them improve broadband access.


Joshua trees are first plant to get California protections because of climate change

JOSHUA TREE, Calif. – Joshua trees have interim protections in California under the state’s Endangered Species Act, but the threat of climate change and wildfires could wipe out most of the population of the iconic yuccas.