Conor McGill
Conor McGill Co-nor Mc-Gill (he/him)
News Broadcast Reporter, Phoenix

Conor McGill expects to graduate in May 2023 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism and a minor in educational studies. McGill has interned as a broadcast reporter with PHXTV.

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A new study finds youth awareness about fentanyl is down

The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission released new results of its 2022 youth survey this month. The survey, which happens every two years, asked about the impact of fentanyl for the first time.


Opponents confident of meeting deadline to block school voucher expansion

PHOENIX - Organizers of a petition drive to put the state's expanded empowerment scholarship accounts on the 2024 ballot are confident they can collect the needed signatures before this weekend, when the vast expansion of the school voucher program would take effect.


Arizona hopes to reduce enormous teacher shortage through mentoring, paid tuition

PHOENIX – The Arizona Teacher Residency is a first-of-its-kind graduate program, modeled on a traditional medical residency. It offers student teachers a two-year term in which they will receive in-classroom experience, a living stipend, a master’s degree from NAU and a job in a partnering school district. The program’s first cohort has been placed in three Title I districts.


Once dead in the water, ASU’s swim program is thriving

TEMPE – Arizona State’s men’s swim team appeared to be dead in the water in 2008 when the athletic department, faced with budget constraints, decided to eliminate the program along with the school’s wrestling and men’s tennis teams. However, some former ASU swimmers stepped up to raise money to save a program that is thriving again.


ASU paves way for women’s triathlon to become official NCAA championship event

TEMPE – In February, college triathlon hit its quota of 40 teams and is on pace to becoming an official NCAA championship sport within the next two years. A winner of five national titles in a row, Arizona State is a pioneer in the growth of this sport.


For Benedictine Mesa basketball player Kate Golovkina, thoughts are with family in Russia

Challenged by distance, an ACL injury and now the war in Ukraine, Benedictine University Mesa athlete Kate Golovkina, a Russian basketball player, remains uncertain about the future.