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Versatility the key for newest Rising player, Liverpool import Corey Whelan

TEMPE - Liverpool product Corey Whelan’s versatility is the main driving force behind Phoenix Rising seeking his signature

Corey Whelan

If you can’t stand the heat, you’re probably not Rattlers material

MESA – The desert heat doesn’t stop the Rattlers from being the hottest team in the IFL.


Corridors for cats: Conservationists work to keep jaguar populations genetically viable

ALAMOS, Mexico – Jaguars in Sonora and Sinaloa come and go through a series of corridors, which keeps these core populations genetically diverse. If those corridors are destroyed, the northernmost jaguars in the Americas could die out.


Arizona lawmakers Grijalva, Schweikert focus of House ethics probes

WASHINGTON - Experts say it is "more of a coincidence than anything" that Arizona Reps. Raul Grijalva, a Democrat, and David Schweikert, a Republican, are both being investigated by the House Ethics Committee, but they caution that neither lawmaker should take the probes lightly.


Phoenix Rising’s Wheeler-Omiunu has many talents but focus now is ‘play and get better’

TEMPE - After two seasons on the bench with Atlanta United, Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu is focused on playing time in the desert.


With guidance of ASU greats, Chun An Yu makes second consecutive appearance at US Open

PHOENIX – Chun An Yu makes his second consecutive appearance at the US Open.


Can the government be sued for climate change? Appeals court hears arguments

PHOENIX – Judges from the U.S. Appeals Court for the 9th Circuit heard arguments in a landmark case on climate change Tuesday.



Giants’ Tony Watson embraces special connection with civil rights movement, Martin Luther King Jr.

SCOTTSDALE – San Francisco Giants reliever Tony Watson embraces special connection with civil rights movement and Martin Luther King Jr.


Fare enough: Uber, Lyft surge ahead of cabs in campaign expense reports

WASHINGTON - Congressional lawmakers may not have voted on ride-sharing legislation, but they are voting with their pocketbooks, with campaigns spending more than 2.1 millon in 2017-18 on Uber and Lyft, far outstripping taxis. Arizona lawmakers were part of the trend, reporting $20,000 on the services.


In Indian Country, potholes can be a bump in the road to an education

WASHINGTON - Of all the problems facing tribal schools, impassable roads are not the biggest problem, "but it is the most annoying one." With three-fourths of Bureau of Indian Affairs roads unpaved, students are often stranded and districts are forced to spend precious resources on bus repairs.