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Skinner, James among athletes with Arizona ties taking aim at Rio

MyKayla Skinner’s siblings got her started in gymnastics.


Hats off to these Arizona women decorating big hats for Kentucky Derby

TEMPE – Women oohed and aahed as Betty Molina folded and glued the pink, sparkly sheer ribbon around a floppy straw hat.


Detective’s actions earn a new hearing for Arizona death row inmate

WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court ordered a lower court to consider whether an Arizona death row inmate's trial for the 1990 sex assault and murder of an 8-year-old girl may have been tainted by the actions of a detective.


El Niño’s dry conditions may spur bad Arizona wildfire season

FLAGSTAFF – Fire officials in Flagstaff are preparing for wildfire season as El Niño unexpectedly left Arizona with dry conditions that can spark fire danger.


First Zika virus case emerges in Arizona

The first case of Zika virus in Arizona has been confirmed in a woman who traveled outside the country before returning to Arizona, health officials have confirmed.


Farming mushrooms could cultivate $10 million industry in Phoenix

Mushrooms could be magical in Arizona, with agricultural officials putting money toward the growing mushroom farming industry.


Big-time coaches help GCU ascend to big-time athletics

Josh Braun signed on with Grand Canyon University’s basketball program for one reason: Dan Majerle, the former Phoenix Suns star and a local legend now coaching the Antelopes.


For Arizona’s wrongfully convicted, life after prison brings hardship and hope

For 12 years, Drayton Witt passed his days behind bars, surrounded by rapists, murderers and convicts. Over the course of a decade, Witt insisted he was not guilty despite a murder conviction for killing his four-month old son.

Drayton Witt photo

Q&A: McCain wants more troops in Syria, settle U.S. cybersecurity battle

Republican Sen. John McCain spoke with Cronkite News Friday about key issues facing the nation, from the choices to replace Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to the challenges of national security.


Say no to those fast-fix diets of 2016

You’ve tried the quick-fix diets for fast weight loss, whether it’s for an upcoming family wedding, vacation, or a New Year’s resolution.


Mesa Community College fighting to keep Red Mountain Campus open

A decline in enrollment at Mesa Community College's Red Mountain location has faculty fighting to keep the 15-year old campus from closing. (Video by Kendall Bartley/Cronkite News)


School district broadcast teaches students how ice cream is made

Ice Cream Factory, a four week-long live broadcast, teaches Paradise Valley School District first graders every step in the ice cream making process while featuring experts from local companies.