Coronavirus sports roundup: Cuomo’s ‘no fans’ announcement eye-opening for Arizona collegiate programs
PHOENIX - Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement Tuesday that the state of New York will not allow fans to attend college sporting events in the fall shed light on an interesting discrepancy between New York and Arizona.
States report alarming coronavirus numbers; NFL players speak out as training camps get underway
Coronavirus sports roundup: Diamondbacks experience baseball with cardboard cutouts, fake crowd noise
PHOENIX - Diamondbacks catch first glimpse of pandemic baseball on Sunday. Additionally, players across the NFL organize a social media blitz to tackle concerns about the start of NFL training camp.
GILBERT – About half of the state's ventilators are in use, and the Navajo Nation reports progress in slowing the growth of new cases.
PHOENIX - The USL Championship league has its newest rivalry as Phoenix Rising FC and New Mexico United already have bad blood brewing.
Coronavirus task force: Arizona in red zone; sign up for free saliva test; high school football recruiting goes virtual
PHOENIX - Arizona is one of 18 states in a COVID-19 "red zone" that should take stricter action to curb the rapid spread of the virus, according to an internal White House report that ranked states with more than 100 cases per 100,000 residents last week and those with positive test results above 10%.
PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns coach Monty Williams likes team’s energy, while Coyotes try to imagine games with no fans.
Complaints of insufficient safety measures and subpar medical care continue to plague Arizona prisons.
Coronavirus sports roundup: NFLPA ranks Arizona as No. 2 hotspot; Spencer Rattler-led Sooners healthy
PHOENIX – Arizona second-worst hotspot NFLPA says, 72 NFL players test positive for COVID-19 and Spencer Rattler-led Sooners healthy.
PHOENIX – An influx of disposable personal protective equipment produced in the fight against the novel coronavirus is raising alarms among conservationists and scientists.
PHOENIX — Some in Congress, with the support of Indian Country leaders, want to extend the Special Diabetes Program for five years and bump the yearly funding to $200 million from $150 million.