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ASU groundskeeper leaves his stamp on Cheez-It Bowl

TEMPE – Meet Brian Johnson, Arizona State’s athletic grounds facilities manager. He spends the bulk of his time during football season caring for the fields at Sun Devil Stadium, but he recently helped with the Cheez-It Bowl at Chase Field.


Ducey taps McSally for McCain’s seat; state to have two women senators

WASHINGTON - Rep. Martha McSally, R-Tucson, lost her bid to replace Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake this fall but won a seat in the Senate after all, when she was tapped Tuesday to replace the late Sen. John McCain, giving the state two female senators, both freshmen, in the next Congress.


Where the Suns do shine: Hall of Fame inductees spotlight journey of NBA franchise

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Former Suns players Grant Hill, Steve Nash, Jason Kidd and Charlie Scott as well as former executive Rick Welts will be honored with eight others in a ceremony Friday at the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame ceremonies.


White House reverses course, returns flag to half-staff to honor McCain

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump reversed course Monday and ordered the flag over the White House lowered to half-staff to honor Arizona Sen. John McCain after briefly raising the flag Monday, less than two days after the senator's death.


Face-off: Protesters show up at ‘Pro-America’ rally in Phoenix park

A Make America Great Again rally was held at Cactus Park to show support for President Donald Trump's conservative agenda, while Antifa protesters showed up as well.


Facing fears: iPhone X’s new facial recognition raises concerns

Is it worth getting the Apple’s iPhone X? The new phone has a new facial recognition feature that could cause several privacy issues. iPhone X’s facial recognition will make using the phone more accessible, but it will also make phones less secure from hackers.


After reeling with U.S. economy, immigrant remittances rebound

WASHINGTON - The global scale of the Great Recession was reflected in remittances, the money immigrants send to family back home, which dropped from $55 billion to $50 billion in one year.


Arizona-based exorcist: Half of world’s population has demons, he turns to Skype to release them

SCOTTSDALE – Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic nun who devoted her life to serving the poor, was exorcised on her deathbed in late 1996, according to published reports, because the Archbishop of Calcutta feared she was “being attacked by the devil.”

The Rev. Bob Larson

Arizona theater company hopes to combat lack of deaf actors in media

PHOENIX — This isn't the first time Hollywood has been scrutinized for its lack of diversity and inclusiveness on screen. A recent study shows nearly all fictional characters with disabilities are portrayed by able-bodied actors. Movies like “Wonderstruck,” where hearing actress Julianne Moore plays a deaf character, show how the deaf community is underrepresented in mainstream media. However, it is not due to a lack of available deaf actors.

Detour Company Theater

Trump ‘Pocahontas’ remark overshadows Code Talkers event

WASHINGTON - Tribal groups reacted swiftly Monday after President Donald Trump used an event honoring Native American Code Talkers to call a Democratic senator "Pocahontas," what critics called a slur that marred an otherwise positive event.


For political pros, keeping Thanksgiving civil is a political art itself

WASHINGTON - Three things are likely to ruin an otherwise good Thanksgiving: too much alcohol, too-dry stuffing and talking politics at the dinner table. But how do you navigate the holiday when talking about politics is not just a hobby, but your career?


Let It Out: Alma Telibecirevic

Alma Telibecirevic grew up and went to college in Sarajevo, Bosnia, during the Balkan wars in the 1990s.