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Veterans Day Parade grand marshal reflects on experience as a chief nurse during Operation Desert Storm

PHOENIX – Col. Christine Mahon served as a chief nurse for the U.S Army Reserve for 33 years. We talked with her about her experience. Mahon will serve as one of the grand marshals for the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade.


2 years, 7 months, 22 days: Brandon Williams back after long hoops layoff

WASHINGTON - It was just one game for former University of Arizona basketball standout Brandon Williams, but it was a meaningful one - his pro debut with the G-League Westchester Knicks ended a two-year, seven-month, 22-day wait to get back to the game he loves.


Oregon is the Pac-12’s lone hope for a College Football Playoff berth

PHOENIX – Although the Oregon Ducks hold one of the coveted top four positions in the initial CFP poll, the rest of the Pac-12’s teams are nowhere to be found.


Suns players, fans react to allegations of racism and misogyny against Robert Sarver

PHOENIX – Just hours after an ESPN story dropped about Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver and allegations of racism and misogyny within the organization, the team took to the court for a game against the Houston Rockets. Players, fans and coach Monty Williams react to the news.


Over 95% of employees comply with vaccine mandates, Arizona hospitals say

PHOENIX – Arizona hospitals that set a Nov. 1 deadline for employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 report a compliance rate of more than 95%.


Microorganisms in gut can be influenced by a child’s socioeconomic status, study says

PHOENIX – TGen led a nationwide study that found the microbiome of children can be influenced by their socioeconomic status.


Democrats’ slimmer $1.75 trillion Build Back Better still has skeptics

WASHINGTON - Democratic leaders said Thursday that they reached agreement on a $1.75 trillion "framework" for their Build Back Better plan, a sweeping social and environmental spending plan that would increase funding for everything from child care to Medicare.


‘Magical’ season by Diamondbacks in 2001 still sparks fond memories for fans

PHOENIX – The 2001 World Series not only brought a championship to a D-Backs’ roster filled with veterans, it brought a championship to a hungry city that welcomed the club just four years earlier.


From expansion team to World Series winner: How Diamondbacks secured championship in just 4 seasons

PHOENIX – The Diamondbacks won the World Series in 2001, becoming the fastest expansion team to win a championship in history. How they did it can be traced back to the 1976 NBA Finals, where Jerry Colangelo learned a valuable lesson.


Interactive video: Explore the Arizona State Fair food, rides, animals and more

Explore and learn about the Arizona State Fair through the lens of state fair vendors, workers and fairgoers in this interactive video experience.


‘The ultimate umpire’: Former Attorney General Grant Woods remembered

WASHINGTON – Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods was remembered Monday as an "incredibly active public servant" whose sudden death over the weekend had the potential to deal "a pretty big blow" to moderates in the state.


Arizona’s fallen officers honored at 47th annual Peace Officers Memorial service

PHOENIX – Seventeen law enforcement officers who died over the past two years were honored at the 47th annual Peace Officers Memorial service.