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Sister act: ASU’s Gaspar twins share innate connection on, off lacrosse field

TEMPE – Twins Bella and Gigi Gaspar, star sophomore defenders for the Arizona State women’s lacrosse team, made the 1,500-mile journey from Canada to Tempe after playing every sport imaginable growing up. They also played a few pranks, too.

Legalized sports betting could be a step toward reducing homelessness

LOS ANGELES – A sports betting initiative that could be on the November ballot for California could help alleviate the crisis of people experiencing homelessness.

Super Bowl LVI features Arizona ties, including Greenway High product Frank Pollack

PHOENIX – Frank Pollack, AFC champion Bengals’ offensive line and run game coordinator, is one of the many Arizona ties in Super Bowl LVI

Count the Kicks campaign to combat stillbirths expands to Arizona

PHOENIX – Shawn Soumilas lost her second child in a stillbirth 12 years ago. Today, the Prescott mother is part of an effort expanding to Arizona this month to teach expectant mothers about fetal movement and tracking the health of their unborn babies.

Skatin’ for Leighton charity event also a nod to Coyotes executive Matt Shott

PHOENIX – The Arizona Coyotes hosted the second annual Skatin’ for Leighton at Phoenix Raceway. Plenty of Arizona hockey community members made it out to the 12-hour charity event that was also a nod to Matt Schott.

Las familias quedan sin pagos de crédito fiscal por hijos aunque el programa había bajado la pobreza

WASHINGTON – Las familias de Arizona se están quedando sin un pago de Crédito Tributario por Hijos por primera vez desde julio de 2021, lo que genera preocupaciones entre los defensores de que los niños comenzarán a caer por debajo del umbral de la pobreza. 1.3 millones de niños en Arizona son elegibles para el crédito y se enviaron 795,000 pagos en el mes de diciembre.

Families face first month without child tax credit payments since July

WASHINGTON – January was the first month since last summer that Arizona low-income families did not get a check under the expanded Child Tax Credit program, leaving parents scrambling for help and advocates worrying about an increase in poverty.

ASU offensive coordinator Zak Hill resigns; report says 3 other assistants out amid NCAA investigation

PHOENIX – ASU Offensive coordinator Zak Hill resigns amid NCAA investigation. Three other assistants reportedly out.

Fanáticos del valle lamentan el cierramiento de carreras de pistas de tierra

PHOENIX – La escena de las carreras de pista de tierra de Arizona tiene un legado de siete décadas. La primera gran carrera en el estado se llevó a cabo en 1951, cuando Manzanita Park presentó un evento en una pista de un cuarto de milla. Pero Manzanita se cerró en 2009. Y esta larga historia corre el riesgo de hacer una parada en boxes peligrosamente larga, ya que las pistas de tierra que alguna vez fueron reuniones familiares populares, así como los peldaños hacia el éxito de NASCAR, luchan por sobrevivir.

Recreational marijuana sales flying high a year after Arizona legalization

TEMPE – A year after Proposition 207 took effect, recreational marijuana use has fueled growth in the Arizona cannabis industry. The Arizona Department of Revenue estimates taxable recreational marijuana sales totaled more than $528 million in 2021.

Criticism, support follow Cardinals’ Kyler Murray, Kliff Kingsbury after postseason loss

PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals reflect on their 2021 season and what’s ahead following their blowout loss to the Los Angeles Rams Monday. Kyler Murray, Kliff Kingsbury hear criticism and support.

They paved paradise, put up a parking lot: Valley racing fans mourn closing of dirt tracks

PHOENIX – Dirt tracks across Arizona have a deep history in the auto racing world and have been a proving ground for the next NASCAR racers. Once they began to close, communities built within the sport.