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Rez ball rebirth in Chinle: Navajo Nation rebounds as pandemic takes toll
CHINLE – After the COVID-19 pandemic took its toll on the Navajo Nation, the community of Chinle as rebounded with the return of rez ball.
It’s a wrap and a wrist slap: Phoenix Mercury season ends with loss and questions
PHOENIX – After losing to the WNBA Finals to the Chicago Sky, the Phoenix Mercury season ends with a $10,000 fine.
She got game: Phoenix Mercury, Chicago Sky showcase growth of league in WNBA Finals
CHICAGO – From the enthusiasm of crowds to the large attendance to the high television ratings, the WNBA finds itself in a healthy place.
No Maluma, no Disney princesses: Mercury return to home court after much-debated scheduling issues
PHOENIX – The Phoenix Mercury played its first two playoff games at arenas belonging to college teams. A look at why as the team prepares to play the Las Vegas Aces at Footprint Center with a chance to punch a ticket to the WNBA Finals.
Four decades after memorable run with ASU, Lionel Hollins still thriving
PHOENIX — Former ASU basketball standout Lionel Hollins is still finding success, this time with the Los Angeles Lakers.
A free ride: Erick Cedeño cycles 2,200 miles to experience the Underground Railroad
PHOENIX – Cyclist Erick Cedeño retraces footsteps of the Underground Railroad on wheels.
Despite ‘eerie’ vibe, NASCAR Championship Weekend a hit with drivers, fans
AVONDALE – COVID-19 meant a limited amount of fans could enjoy Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway. Despite the restrictions, fans and drivers called it a success.
‘It’s surreal’: Lucky Cardinals fans keep their Red Sea distance, see game of season
PHOENIX - For the first time this season, Cardinals allow fans to attend games. The experience was surreal.
After years of sitting on sidelines, Arizona sports executives team to address social injustice
After years of sitting on the sidelines, Arizona sports franchises are trying to become a model for the social-change movement.
Unified Cardinals opt to stay in locker room during national anthem vs. 49ers
The Cardinals returned to the locker room during the national anthem, unified in protesting racial injustice.
A silver boon: Lute Olson gave Arizona a championship, Tucson an identity
PHOENIX – He went to 23 NCAA Tournaments in 24 seasons. He gave the University of Arizona its only men's basketball national championship. Lute Olson was may things to many people – coach, friend, father, grandfather – but among his greatest accomplishments was giving the city of Tucson an identity.