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Tucson AHL team, another step in growth of hockey in Arizona

TUCSON — When he lived in the Valley, Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild had a front row seat for the growth of hockey in Arizona.

Yuma farmers grow more with less water during drought

YUMA - As Arizona copes with a 15-year drought, farmers in Yuma are learning to do more with less and leading the way in water conservation.

Suns, Coyotes, Diamondbacks wandering in the desert, pondering new homes

Arizona’s professional sports teams have wandering eyes.

Elite runners flocking to Flagstaff

FLAGSTAFF - Vince Sherry, a former collegiate cross-country runner at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, visited Flagstaff for the first time in 2006. He liked it so much he moved there with his wife two weeks later.

Arizona business leaders work to strengthen ties with Mexico

SCOTTSDALE - Arizona and Mexico are moving forward and forging closer ties, despite heated presidential campaign rhetoric, according to some leading business and Republican leaders in the state.

Tucson Convention Center photo

Phoenix barber combines hair cuts and blood pressure monitors to promote heart health

As barber Anthony Gathers gives a loyal customer of 20 years a haircut, another customer gets out of his chair and starts to strap on a blood-pressure monitor while chatting with Gathers. After a minute or two the customer slides off the cuff and checks his levels.

$274 million economic impact of January’s college champ game is highest yet in Arizona

The 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship game generated far more money for the Arizona economy than any of Arizona’s previous college football championship games, according to a study by Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business.

Arizona Coyotes hunting for new GM after parting ways with Maloney

GLENDALE – For the first time in 10 years, the Arizona Coyotes are in the market for a new general manager.

Anthony LeBlanc photo

Copa America games in Arizona expected to draw large crowds

“Soldado” Marco Medina of the Phoenix Battalion of Pancho Villa’s Army sits at his favorite pub in downtown Phoenix, talking strategy with his commander, Richard “El Coronel” Guel.

Soccer helps Arizona refugees adapt

Akili Edmond started playing soccer with his friends in his home country Tanzania when he was just six years old, and soon enough he was in love with it.

Earl Watson draws upon wisdom of past mentors to lead a young Suns team

When he was an 18-year-old freshman at UCLA, Earl Watson was invited into John Wooden’s den by the legendary Bruins coach to talk about life, Wooden’s love affair with his wife and basketball.