Suns players are all-in on Earl Watson
Just six days after the Suns ended their season with a win over the Los Angeles Clippers, the team decided they had seen enough of interim coach Earl Watson.
New NCAA rules change way college basketball players think about chasing NBA dream
College basketball players who declare for the NBA draft can still play for the university under new rule changes that reduce the dilemma for talented players, a move applauded by two Phoenix Suns players.
Phoenix Indian School property will get more renovations to honor its history
For the past 26 years, the old band building of the Phoenix Indian School stood vacant, a reminder of its legacy as a federal boarding school for Native American children and teens. But later this year, it will be renovated and resurrected as a cultural center to hallmark its history.
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.
New $17.5 million rehabilitation center opens in Surprise
SURPRISE – For two years, the city of Surprise has worked with Dallas-based Cobalt Medical Development and Abrazo Community Health Network to open a destination rehabilitation center.
Phoenix Zoo opens new $2 million home for its two Sumatran tigers
Since the project broke ground last spring, the Phoenix Zoo's staff has been anticipating the opening of the new tiger exhibit. The zoo has had the tigers for more than a year and is giving them a new home.
Arizona consumers save at gas pump, but spend extra cash at restaurants, on groceries
The average American household has saved $700 from dropping gas prices so far this year, but it appears Arizonans are putting most of that savings right back into the economy, according to a recent study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute.
ASU students show appreciation for student veterans
Students at ASU wrote thank you letters and had conversations with veterans to honor those who have served in the military.
Arizona groups launch equity crowdfunding site to connect businesses with capital
The biggest challenge for Arizona entrepreneurs today is access to capital, said Dan Nienhauser, executive director of Arizona Collaboratory Inc.
Millennials transition into housing market as rents become more expensive
While the Valley’s economy continues to improve, the housing market has lagged.
Local, national spa franchises expand in Arizona as industry grows
MESA – If it seems there is a salon or spa around every corner, it may be true.
Vemma CEO confident after Tempe company’s court hearing on pyramid scheme allegations
NOTE: On Sept. 18, a federal judge barred Vemma Nutrition Co. from resuming most of its business activities. Click here for the follow-up story. BK Boreyko Tuesday said he felt confident in his team's work defending Vemma Nutrition Co. against federal regulators who accused them of running a pyramid scheme.