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Arizona Cardinals put focus on building team chemistry as OTAs conclude

TEMPE – Conducting OTA workouts at their training facility in Tempe, the Cardinals continued ironing out the natural kinks that come with a new coaching staff and new players.

Arizona Cardinals offensive linemen Julién Davenport, left, and Paris Johnson Jr. observe drills during Wednesday's OTAs. Selected sixth overall in the 2023 NFL Draft, Johnson is projected to start this season. (Photo by Bobby Murphy/Cronkite News)

For fore-seeable future, ASU men’s golf is on the rise after NCAA Championship showing

SCOTTSDALE – After a seventh-place finish in the 2023 NCAA Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club, the ASU men’s golf team has a promising future ahead of them.

ASU sophomore golfer Josele Ballester finished 2-up during match play Tuesday, marking the Sun Devils' only win during the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club. (Photo by Taylyn Hadley/Cronkite News)

Trabajando para preservar las formas tradicionales y los tipos de maíz hopi

MAYER – Michael Kotutwa Johnson, un agricultor de la Tribu Hopi, se está enfocando en llevar el maíz Hopi de vuelta a la mesa de comedor, no solo por sus beneficios para la salud, sino también para conectar a su pueblo con su cultura.

Michael Kotutwa Johnson dice que el maíz hopi "tiene de 10 a 15 veces más contenido mineral" que el maíz de supermercado. Espera compartirlo con el pueblo hopi y cree que verán una mejora en su salud. (Foto de Sierra Alvarez/Cronkite News)

Honor your ‘mother’: Working to keep traditional ways, types of Hopi corn

MAYER – Michael Kotutwa Johnson, a farmer from the Hopi Tribe, is focusing on bringing Hopi corn back to the dining table – not only for the health benefits but also to connect his people to their culture.

Michael Kotutwa Johnson says Hopi corn "has 10 to 15 times more mineral content" than supermarket corn. He hopes to share it with the Hopi people and believes they will see an improvement in health. (Photo by Sierra Alvarez/Cronkite News)

‘He knew how to outsmart guys’: Former coaches not surprised Cardinals hired Drew Terrell

PHOENIX – Drew Terrell is returning to the place where his football journey began. The Arizona Cardinals have hired the former Hamilton High School star as the team’s passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach.

Former Hamilton High School standout Drew Terrell spend three seasons coaching wide receivers with the Washington Commanders. Now he'll serve in a similar role as passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach for the Arizona Cardinals. (Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Campaign, vote, repeat: Candidates started lining up for 2024 in 2022

WASHINGTON - With 18 months until Election Day 2024, close to 50 congressional hopefuls have already filed statements of interest with the state, as the need for candidates to raise funds and raise their profiles has turned campaigning into an almost nonstop pursuit.


Goodbye, Oakland? A’s potential move to Las Vegas has familiar ring

PHOENIX – The Oakland Athletics are one of the most storied franchises in baseball. However, no one knows their story because they moved from Philadelphia to Kansas City to Oakland and now could move to Las Vegas, less than five hours from Phoenix.

With the decision to move from Oakland to Las Vegas, fans of the Athletics protest with signs outside the stadium before the start of the game against the Cincinnati Reds at RingCentral Coliseum in Oakland. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Latinos continue to fight to play crucial roles in Hollywood

LOS ANGELES – Even as Hollywood execs talk of a changing industry that embraces a diverse landscape of filmmakers and artists, data show Latino acting roles in film and entertainment at large have steadily declined.

Ben Dejesus working with a camera for a shoot. (Photo courtesy of Espada PR)

After stop at Chase Field, Fernando Tatis Jr. prepares for first game at Petco Park since suspension

PHOENIX – Coming off a 564-day MLB hiatus because of PED suspension and injury, San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. made his return at Chase Field and now will play.

Fernando Tatis Jr. lets out a laugh during the San Diego Padres’ pregame warmups at Chase Field. The April 20 game was Tatis’ return to the Padres lineup since serving an 80 game PED suspension. (Photo by John Cascella/Cronkite News)

Football’s renaissance man: Cardinals draft Paris Johnson Jr. to help protect Kyler Murray

TEMPE – The Arizona Cardinals' top draft pick doesn't just play football. He also speaks Mandarin Chinese and Portuguese, and started a charity for veterans while he still played at Ohio State. Paris Johnson Jr. is bringing a lot to the table and the Cardinals are thrilled.


Pat’s Run returns to Tempe for 19th annual race honoring Pat Tillman’s legacy

TEMPE – The 19th annual Pat’s Run, a 4.2-mile race that honors former Arizona State and Cardinals star Pat Tillman took place Saturday, with runners of all ages coming together to raise money for the Pat Tillman foundation.

The 19th annual Pat's Run took place Saturday in Tempe. Approximately 28,000 people participated in the 4.2-mile race in honor of Pat Tillman. (Photo by John Cascella/Cronkite News)

State budget negotiations said to be close as Arizona governor celebrates 100th day in office

PHOENIX — In her first 100 days, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs has vetoed more than 40 bills and created oversight commissions to find solutions to the state’s pressing problems.

Gov. Katie Hobbs speaks at a press conference to commemorate her 100th day as Arizona’s chief executive on April 12, 2023. (Photo by Drake Presto/Cronkite News)