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‘Happy New Year’: Arizona makes history, gets revenge on Oregon in inaugural Pac-12 baseball tourney

SCOTTSDALE – Chip Hale’s Arizona baseball team won the first ever Pac-12 Baseball Tournament game Wednesday. Meanwhile, Arizona State fell late to Stanford.


From a junior waiting his turn to Bear Bryant’s great grandson, intrigue defines ASU’s quarterback battle

TEMPE – After the departure of former ASU quarterback Jayden Daniels, Arizona State has yet to name his successor for the 2022 season. This has created a competition among quarterbacks on the team including Trenton Bourguet and Paul Tyson.


ASU looks to strengthen tight end position with transfers Messiah Swinson, Bryce Pierre

TEMPE – During spring practice, Arizona State is getting its first looks at new tight ends Messiah Swinson and Bryce Pierre. The team hopes they can make an impact after the departure of Curtis Hodges.


‘It’s not about talent, it’s about availability’: Shawn Poindexter’s journey from Arizona to USFL

PHOENIX – The former University of Arizona captain was potentially weeks away from his dream of making an NFL roster when he tore his ACL. Almost three years later, Poindexter and other football players who experienced similar roadblocks find themselves, of all places, in Birmingham, Alabama.


Arizona Tennis Classic returns, showcases some of sport’s top players

PHOENIX – Phoenix Country Club was host to the Arizona Tennis Classic, which showcased some of the sport’s top players and raised $115,000 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital.


¡Cámara, acción! La industria cinematográfica de Arizona está creciendo después de una década de estancamiento

MESA – En 2016 la idea de revivir la oficina de cine ganó apoyo y la Autoridad de Comercio de Arizona la reabrió y contrató a Matthew Earl Jones para dirigirla. Su objetivo es restaurar a Arizona como un destino de referencia para los cineastas.


Lights, camera – action! Arizona film industry is growing after a decade of stagnation

MESA – After being left for dead in 2010, the Arizona film industry has grown the past few years, thanks to a network of indie filmmakers, the Phoenix Film Festival and the revived Arizona Film Office.


Valley restaurant owners expect boost from baseball’s Cactus League

PHOENIX – Valley restaurant owners breathed a sigh of relief when baseball owners and players settled their labor dispute in time for a shortened Cactus League spring training season.


Arizona lawmakers praise Zelensky, urge support for Ukraine – to a point

WASHINGTON – Arizona lawmakers praised the "bravery" of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and most backed his calls to Congress Wednesday for increased military and humanitarian aid to his war-torn country, but they balked at his demand for a no-fly zone.


College Football Playoff expansion? Nimble Fiesta Bowl organizers say they’ll be ready

PHOENIX – The Fiesta Bowl is ready to host its third College Football Playoff game in December. As expansion looms, the Fiesta Bowl is awaiting what’s next for Arizona’s prestigious bowl game.


Arizonans march in support of Ukraine after Russian invasion

PHOENIX – Hundreds of demonstrators marched from the Ukrainian American Cultural Center to Colter Park in Phoenix in support of Ukraine.


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.