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Soccer’s popularity in Arizona has helped Phoenix Rising groom top academy players

CHANDLER – The Phoenix Rising have signed two more players from their youth academy to two-way contracts, signaling the talent level in Arizona continues to rise.


Meet Baby Ozzie: A disappointing playoff loss for Suns fans highlighted by fist-bumping infant

PHOENIX — A disappointing Phoenix Suns playoff loss, that included a Devin Booker hamstring injury, is also highlighted by a fist-bumping infant sitting courtside.


Women’s group works to eliminate food insecurities in south Phoenix

PHOENIX – A group of women helped develop the Phoenix Food Action Plan, which works to eliminate food deserts in Phoenix and improve accessibility to healthful, affordable food.


Un grupo de mujeres trabaja para eliminar la inseguridad alimentaria en el sur de Phoenix

PHOENIX - Un grupo de mujeres ayudó a desarrollar el plan de acción alimentario del sur de Phoenix. Sus ideas y proyectos contribuyen al objetivo de eliminar los desiertos de alimentos en Phoenix y de combatir los problemas de accesibilidad que enfrentan muchos.


The Jordan shot, the Charles dunk: Longtime Suns voice Gary Bender reflects on NCAA title games

PHOENIX – In 1982 and 1983, longtime Phoenix Suns broadcaster Gary Bender called two of the most iconic men’s basketball title games: Michael Jordan’s game-winning shot and Lorenzo Charles’ game-winning, buzzer-beating dunk.


For Benedictine Mesa basketball player Kate Golovkina, thoughts are with family in Russia

Challenged by distance, an ACL injury and now the war in Ukraine, Benedictine University Mesa athlete Kate Golovkina, a Russian basketball player, remains uncertain about the future.


Judge blocks DHS rule that would have limited deportation requirements

WASHINGTON - A federal court this week blocked a Biden administration regulation that would have given border officials more flexibility on deportations to let officers focus limited resources on deporting those who pose the greatest threat.


Two Arizona tribal leaders make case for critically needed water projects

WASHINGTON – Leaders of two Arizona tribes asked lawmakers Wednesday to support funding for development of critical water infrastructure and to OK a bill that would let tribal water be sold to others in the drought-stricken state.


Friends first: Perry-Hamilton title game bigger than basketball for rival coaches

PHOENIX – Perry High coach Sam Duane and Hamilton’s Doug Harris faced off to decide Arizona’s 6A boys basketball championship. It was a surreal moment for the close friends.


Despite tournament inexperience, Arizona men’s basketball brings confidence to March Madness

SAN DIEGO – The Arizona Wildcats haven’t played in an NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament since losing to Buffalo in the first round of the 2018 event. The new-look team with a new coach is excited to begin its journey in San Diego.


Quidditch casts its spell on muggles beyond Hogwarts

LOS ANGELES – How did UCLA come to dominate the world of collegiate quidditch, a sport that fuses elements of dodgeball, tag and rugby?


Peoria boys basketball coach has an alter ego: Phoenix Suns superfan Mr. ORNG

PEORIA – Some days he’s “coach,” other days he’s Mr. ORNG. But he’s always embracing his unique basketball experiences.