SCOTTSDALE – The WMPO brought together various celebrities and professionals to participate in the 2019 Annexus Pro-Am
SCOTTSDALE – Day Two of the Waste Management Phoenix Open featured Special Olympics and several baseball stars, including Archie Bradley.
PHOENIX – Pinnacle’s Nico Mannion snags headlines but teammate Trent Brown turning heads, too.
FORT DEFIANCE – The Arizona State women’s basketball team went to the Navajo Reservation to play basketball. It came back with a greater understanding of the Navajo culture.
TEMPE – In one of the more divisive hirings of the NFL offseason, the Arizona Cardinals introduced Kliff Kingsbury as their new head coach Wednesday.
PHOENIX – The FBI invited media members to participate in their fitness test, one of the tests FBI applicants must pass in order to get hired by the Bureau.
WASHINGTON - The Mexican ambassador to the U.S. said he is confident final details can be worked out a new trade deal between the two countries and Canada, despite President Donald Trump's "colorful," sometimes disruptive rhetoric on border security as negotiations have progressed in recent months,
FORT DEFIANCE – Arizona State women’s basketball brought the game of basketball to the Navajo people.
TUCSON – More than 100 Central America migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. formed a temporary community at a Tucson motel in October. Their story is at the center of a national debate over immigration.
WASHINGTON - A flood of professional and personal tributes poured in from Arizona and across the nation for former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor following her announcement that she was stepping away from public life after receiving a diagnosis of dementia.
SCOTTSDALE -- Stakes are high as the Phoenix Rising host their first-ever playoff game. A strong performance could help make a case for the team landing a Major League Soccer franchise.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court began its 2018 term with an Arizona case that asked whether federal age discrimination laws applied to small government agencies like Mount Lemmon Fire District, where two former officers filed a discrimination claim after they were laid off in 2009.