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Trailblazing Jamie Boggs puts GCU athletics in national spotlight

PHOENIX – Phoenix native Jamie Boggs is using her unique experience to continue to build athletics, academics and her hometown community as vice president of athletics at Grand Canyon.


Helping women start journey of personal growth inspires Fountain Hills bike event

PHOENIX — Her experience in sports and leadership roles in business has inspired Liz Caracciolo to start Inspire Events, a company that is using a bike event to build a community of women looking to start their personal journeys.


Jardín comunitario en Phoenix promueve medidas de mitigación frente al cambio climático

PHOENIX – Blanca Abarca, líder ambientalista de la organización Chispa Arizona, prepara el jardín para la llegada de la primavera en un huerto rentado por Chispa, con el propósito de enseñarle a su comunidad a sembrar y cultivar sus propios alimentos de una manera sustentable como lo hacían sus ancestros.


Batter up! Baseball is back with new collective bargaining agreement but casualties remain

PHOENIX – Although Major League Baseball and the MLBPA hammered out a competitive-balance agreement, many connected to the game are still reeling from the lockout.


Crédito tributario por hijos a pensiones militares: lo que debe saber sobre la presentación de su reembolso de impuestos de este año

MESA – La temporada de impuestos se verá un poco diferente este año, desde los plazos normales hasta la escasez de personal del IRS que podría retrasar los reembolsos. Pero hay ayuda disponible para los que tienen fobia a los impuestos, y es gratis para aquellos que califican.


Child tax credit to military pensions: What to know about filing taxes this year

MESA – From the child tax credit to stimulus checks, here’s what to watch out for as you file your state and federal income taxes from 2021.


Arizona ports of entry get at least $315 million for upgrades, expansion

WASHINGTON - Arizona is set to receive at least $315 million for improvements to three ports of entry along the Mexican border, money that officials say is badly needed to ease cross-border trade while improving border security.


An incoming storm: Athletes, sports organizations ‘moving the needle’ in climate change action

PHOENIX – Professional athletes and teams across the globe have been proactive in the fight against climate change. Sports contribute largely to carbon emission, and athletes taking the cause into their own hands is happening more often.


Arizona saw ten-fold jump in catalytic converter thefts, second-most in nation

WASHINGTON - Theft of catalytic converters - the part of a car's exhaust system that changes toxic gases to less-harmful emissions - is surging across the country, including Arizona.


As COVID cases rise, officials push vaccinations and masks for the holidays

PHOENIX – Valleywise Health stresses the importance of vaccinations to combat COVID-19 and flu as cases rise and the holidays draw near.


World class: ASU women’s soccer is a global family

TEMPE – With 13 international players on a 31-player roster, Arizona State’s women’s soccer program has mastered international recruiting like no other program in the Pac-12 Conference. Coach Graham Winkworth’s team represents 10 countries on five continents.


26 marijuana dispensary licenses available through Arizona equity program

PHOENIX – Social equity licenses to sell marijuana could help Arizonans, particularly those of color, who have been harmed by the long-running war on drugs.