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GCU men fall to rival New Mexico State in WAC Tournament semifinal

LAS VEGAS - After defeating New Mexico State in the 2021 WAC Tournament finals, the Aggies got the better of GCU in this year's semifinals, winning 75-70.

‘Weathered that storm’: Despite adversity, GCU women one win away from NCAA Tournament berth

LAS VEGAS – Despite losing some key players from last season, the Grand Canyon women's basketball team has put together 22 victories and now find themselves one victory away from an NCAA Tournament berth.

Showdown: After resilient win over Sam Houston, GCU set for rival New Mexico State

LAS VEGAS – After a resilient back-and-forth win against Sam Houston, GCU will now play New Mexico State for the fourth straight time in the WAC Tournament.

Kilts, weight-throwing, bagpipes, oh my! Phoenix Scottish Games land in Gilbert

GILBERT — Through athletics, food, dance and bagpipes, the Phoenix Scottish Games help give Arizonans and visitors a better understanding of Scottish culture.

What’s ‘average’? Snowpack determines health of Colorado River, and our understanding of it is changing

ASPEN, Colo. – The NOAA has almost a century of data on the snowpack that feeds the Colorado River, and it shows lighter snows and higher temperatures over time. But we compare temperature and precipitation totals to 30-year averages that shift every decade, which may be skewing our understanding of snowpack dynamics.

Phil Mickelson’s reputation takes hit after Saudi golf comments surface

PHOENIX – Phil Mickelson’s comments regarding the proposed Saudi Golf League lead to lost sponsors and a step back from the PGA Tour.

Backyard birds: Annual count uses citizen scientists to take snapshots of U.S. populations

MESA – Backyard biodiversity and citizen science collide at the Great Backyard Bird Count, when seasoned and fledgling birders take to their backyards, parks, nature preserves and the wilderness to share their sightings with scientists. For Arizona, the annual count gives us a snapshot of what species are here before migration starts this spring.

Graves in 19th century Pioneer Military & Memorial Park preserved by volunteer efforts

PHOENIX – The Arizona Pioneers’ Cemetery Association is working to preserve Pioneer Military & Memorial Park, where more than 3,700 people are believed to have been buried with only 600 grave markers.

Crop talk: UArizona scientists learning how plants communicate with their environment

TUCSON – Scientists at the University of Arizona are testing how plants respond to their environment. Their goal is to engineer plants so they can withstand the effects of climate change.

WM Phoenix Open shows its 2022 hand, and it’s a pair of aces

SCOTTSDALE – Holes-in-one by Sam Ryder and Carlos Ortiz at the 16th hole headline a wild WM Phoenix Open weekend. The atmosphere was a stark contrast to 2021, when COVID-19 restrictions limited how many fans could attend.

Democrats look for help, as scores of election bills land in Legislature

WASHINGTON - Arizona Democratic Party Chair Raquel Terán says Democrats don't have the numbers to stop GOP election reform bills, so she called on an unlikely source for help: Republicans. Terán said it will take help from across the aisle to block the most-extreme bills.

‘It’s unbelievable’: ASU baseball alumni question Hall of Fame’s snub of Barry Bonds

After Barry Bonds failed to reach the 75% mark of votes required for election into the Hall of Fame, Arizona State baseball alumni questioned the decision.