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13 bills that could affect transgender youth winding through Arizona Legislature

PHOENIX – LGBTQ advocates and transgender youth in Arizona continue to push back against 13 bills that been introduced in the Legislature this session. These bills, whether they are passed or not, can negatively affect transgender youth and their mental health.


Gift of life: People of color urged to register for organ donation

PHOENIX – About 60% of the 106,000 patients awaiting an organ donation in the U.S. are people of color, with Black, Hispanic and Asian patients disproportionately represented. To overcome such disparities, advocates at the national and local level are doing more to encourage people of color to become donors.


A new era: Mike Candrea passes torch, remains confident in future of Arizona softball

TUCSON – Eight months after retiring as the head coach of the Arizona softball program, Mike Candrea believes the program’s future is bright under Caitlin Lowe’s direction.


Cardinals vs. Rising? Valley pro teams compete to help fight hunger

PHOENIX – Phoenix Rising, State Forty Eight and the United Food Bank teamed up to help fight hunger within the community. They also made it a competition with the Arizona Cardinals.


Last Chance Yuma: Thriving Arizona Western soccer program bonds a community

YUMA – With 26 players from around the globe, an unlikely success story has emerged in Yuma. The men’s soccer team at Arizona Western College has found great success and is playing in the NJCAA Division 1 National Championship.


With fans back, ASU wrestling hopes All-American talent leads to first NCAA title since 1988

TEMPE – The ASU wrestling program kicked off its final year at Desert Financial Arena with its annual Maroon & Gold scrimmage. With fans back in the stands, the Sun Devils hope to lean on their seven All-Americans to claim their first NCAA title since 1988.


Los artistas hispanos se unen para luchar contra la desinformación y fomentar las pruebas y las vacunas contra COVID

PHOENIX — Los artistas hispanos ayudan a navegar la información de las vacunas COVID-19 y las pruebas a través del arte para la comunidad hispana.


Sweet spot: Nona Lee’s role with Diamondbacks leads to more diversity, inclusion

PHOENIX – Nona Lee, an executive vice president and chief legal officer for the Arizona Diamondbacks, focuses much of her time on diversity and inclusion within the organization while helping women, minority and LGBTQ+ groups in the Valley.


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.


It’s a fiesta: Cultural celebration features game between Wildcats, Mexican Winter League team

TUCSON – University of Arizona Baseball, Mexican Winter League, Wildcats, Visit Tucson, Vamos A Tucson, Mexican Baseball Fiesta


Curling in Arizona: Tempe club’s accomplishments include Olympic Trials series

TEMPE - Three member of the Coyotes Curling Club in Tempe decide to chase their Winter Games dreams and wound up in an Olympic Trials series competition.


Shipping sage and praying on Zoom: How an Indigenous healing practice survived the pandemic

PHOENIX – For centuries, Native Americans have used talking circles to solve problems and provide healing. During the pandemic, these practices moved online and outdoors to help those in need.