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Shocking Deandre Ayton trade; potential shutdown could impact local charities; new plans for Arizona Center
Cardinals flying high after win, dance company teaches hip-hop history, border encounters surge
SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes in AZ, driest monsoon, yoga and paddleboard fitness craze
Mercury optimistic, Rennie back after Women’s World Cup, how AZ ranks for green jobs
Cities look to replicate Phoenix’s ‘heat team,’ animals easy anxiety, NCAA officials in Glendale
Controversy over American Latino museum; adaptive sports changes; honoring local boxing coach Alex Milligan
School voucher debate; vintage sportswear hotspot; fencing and Parkinson’s disease
New therapy for heat illness; transitioning to professional sports; football player returns after open heart surgery
Record-breaking temperatures; border encounters plummet; Sun Devil Gabi Rennie in Women’s World Cup
Help for unsheltered during heat wave; inflation and animal shelters; fashion and the NBA
VP Harris visits Gila River Indian Community, Summer League preview, 80-year-old fencers in Arizona
Free medical event, Fencing Nationals in Phoenix, barber to NBA/NFL stars
Free HIV testing, Mercury's interim coach Nikki Blue, lost item recovery at Salt River
Arizona DACA recipients mark 11th anniversary; girls' basketball debuts at Section 7 tournament; 2023 MLB Combine in Phoenix.
Phoenix completes 100th mile of cool pavement; Desert Challenge Games; high-value baseball card found
ASU unveils plans for medical school; big sporting events coming to Valley; woman starts brewery
Arizona service members honor fallen at Arlington. Sug Sutton spotlighted. Phoenix bucks housing sales decline.
Endangered California condor, ADOT’s pothole plan, ‘Bill & Ted’s’ filming locales
Cancer among firefighters, Tempe autism center designation, Hopi farming
Katie Hobbs governor update, Phoenix State of the City, Colorado River
Anti-drag bills, abortion pill access, mosquito population growth
Hobbs talks executions in court, Texas migrant health care, Diamondbacks home opener
Organ donations in Arizona, migrant medical emergencies, Phoenix business grants
Deaf and blind school funding uncertain, COVID death rate, mobile home residents relocated
Gallery features portraits by Banksy, why SRP is releasing water, Tiger Woods mini golf course
Cesar Chavez’s personal bodyguard's story, Oak Flat fight, local pizza reviews
Spring training ballpark tours, history, weather, players and economic impact
Phoenix City Council election runoffs, Maricopa gliding competition, looking at Arizona dialects
Special edition on health: marijuana edibles and kids; cochlear implants
Crime victims at state Capitol; tax break for renters fails; virtual reality of Anne Frank's house
The House Judiciary Committee holds a hearing in Yuma, Muslim organizations hold an education and lobbying day at the state capitol, and opposition to a new interstate proposal.
Winter storms bring winds, snow and rain across the state, hoop dancing helps in healing and a look at why one particular group of Arizonans experience homelessness more than others.
Education Day, ADHD medication shortage, name changes for Tempe streets and parks
Students lobby legislators, cannabis and kids, how downtown Phoenix fared for the Super Bowl
Super Bowl winners discuss success, Yuma nonprofits experience financial burden, First Lady visits Mesa.
In this Friday edition, we spotlight people who bring the Super Bowl to life
PHOENIX – Cronkite News photographers are capturing Super Bowl events, from the Super Bowl LVII Experience to Super Bowl LVII Music Fest and more.
PHOENIX – Fans have heard from Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs players every day this week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. Today, another big game performer will speak ahead of Sunday.
PHOENIX – For the first time since 2015, Arizona will play host to the Super Bowl. Follow along for live updates, featuring news, event highlights and more from the Cronkite News team, before the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs kick off on Super Bowl Sunday at State Farm Stadium.
PHOENIX – For the first time since 2015, Arizona will play host to the Super Bowl. The privilege comes with plenty of must-see live entertainment; tailgates; festivals; and, of course, football in the lead-up to the big game at State Farm Stadium. Follow along for live updates, featuring news, event highlights and more from the Cronkite News team, before the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs kick off on Super Bowl Sunday.
Colorado River tourism, Mexican gray wolves counted, how gun bills are faring
Cannabis sales to spike; backyard chickens can relieve egg price pain; Super Bowl experience ready to launch
Gun laws at the AZ Legislature, students build electric cars and the turf is shaping up for the big game
Holiday meal prices are up, and so are volunteer hours by families
An update on Arizona's ongoing election battles, a new housing complex provides affordable units in the expensive Phoenix area
Red wave or blue mirage? We take a look at the election results, new law changes threshold for election recounts
Political robocalls and texts are overwhelming phones this election season, how Arizonans can benefit from traveling more sustainably
Honor Flight brings veterans to D.C., rain in the weekend forecast; high school basketball camp highlights stars
Cronkite News takes a look back at award winning content from our journalists.
Former exec estimates Suns, Mercury net worth; hearing aids now sold without prescription
The NBA fines, suspends Suns owner Robert Sarver, Glendale looks at new panhandling law
Arizona remembers Queen Elizabeth II, PACT Act will help veterans receive care after exposure to toxins
Cronkite News take a look back at stories from our health team: From efforts to get small children vaccinated against COVID-19 to why pregnant women should count the kicks
Polynesian pride for ASU Football; Eloy's high school sport storied history
Cronkite News looks back at stories from our sports bureau: From how you can help when the Super Bowl comes to the Valley to why more women are betting on games.
Finding innovative ways to help the food supply system, using equestrian vaulting to bring people together
New concourse opens at Sky Harbor Airport; Juneteenth celebration in Phoenix.
Gov. Ducey declares state of emergency for Pipeline Fire, libraries offer fine forgiveness
As Arizona's 2022 midterm and local elections approach, here are key dates for Arizona voters.
COVID-19 spread could be slowing in Arizona, military comes to aid of Yuma hospital to treat COVID positive patients
Proposed bills at the Arizona Legislature raising concerns of the LGBTQ Caucus, Arizona man part of voting rights hunger strike in Washington, D.C.
Omicron variant confirmed in Arizona, new report on vaccinations, Secretary of State issues an apology
Protests about Mississippi abortion law, misinformation among Latino audiences, cool December temperatures
Cooler weather for Thanksgiving, workers strike at Sky Harbor Airport, one girl finds a forever family
Arizona ranked seventh in lung cancer, mapping ticks in Arizona, Arizona ski resort delays opening
We honor veterans here in Arizona for their service to our country
Border re-opening, COVID pill on the way to FDA, reactions to Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver
Encouraging students and faculty to get vaccinated, young girls in transportation careers, Phoenix Mercury answer the questions
ASU football coach Herm Edwards shares memories of 9/11. Edwards was a first-year head coach with the New York Jets.
Afghan refugees in Arizona, eviction filings in Arizona trend downwards, Arizona Coyotes looking to move
Tropical storm Nora may impact Arizona, European Union to put restrictions on tourists from the U.S.
A new school funding tax, monsoon weather comes again, the latest on Covid-19 mandates
School districts mask mandate, a look at the delta variant, requirements for mail-in ballots
Save money and power in the heat, more fires over the weekend, donkeys change the environment
Arizona's next governor candidates, increasing the number of female farriers; the upcoming monsoon season.
Update on presidential election audit, vaccinating the Latino community, Arizona Coyotes coaching staff
A gun violence memorial in D.C., electric car plants in Arizona, a Valley runner pushes through tragedy
Moderna trial comes to Phoenix, healthcare during the pandemic, monarch butterflies are endangered
In-person learning to resume, expand access to ballot boxes, minority communities struggle for vaccine
February is Black History Month, and Arizona PBS is honoring the contributions and achievements of Black Americans. Meet three influential leaders who have made an impact on our community.