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Top prospects from the state put the Arizona in Arizona Fall League

The Arizona Fall League, which features top prospects from around baseball, returned to the Valley after a one-year absence because of the pandemic and it brought some familiar faces home.


Coyotes host ‘Greek Life Night,’ help ASU fraternities, sororities raise awareness of sexual assault

GLENDALE – Fraternities and sororities at Arizona State are focused on helping to prevent sexual assault on campus. Teaming up with the Arizona Coyotes for Greek Life Night was a step toward that goal.


Construction underway at Phoenix Open as officials plan for full capacity event

PHOENIX – With plans for fans to return to a full capacity Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Thunderbirds and tournament officials are constructing grandstands and adding new elements for the February event.


Last Chance Yuma: Thriving Arizona Western soccer program bonds a community

YUMA – With 26 players from around the globe, an unlikely success story has emerged in Yuma. The men’s soccer team at Arizona Western College has found great success and is playing in the NJCAA Division 1 National Championship.


NASCAR ready to debut ‘Next Gen’ car after Gen-6 retired at Phoenix Raceway

AVONDALE – Phoenix Raceway hosted the final race of the Generation 6 era of cars on NASCAR Championship weekend. Generation 6 cars made their run from 2013-2021 and with Next Gen cars set to make their debut next season, questions loom.


Scottsdale Polo Party isn’t just for the rich and famous

SCOTTSDALE – The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships was back for the 10th Anniversary of what has been called “the best polo event in the world.” The event attracts the rich and famous, but also caters to a wider audience as the sport grows in popularity.


From Ethier to Westphal to Meyers Drysdale, Arizona Sports Hall Of Fame class honored

PHOENIX - Ann Meyers Drysdale, Andre Ethier and the late Paul Westphal were among the inductees in the latest Arizona Sports Hall Of Fame class.


‘Living in the hell’: Interpreter is one of 300+ Afghan refugees resettled in Arizona

SCOTTSDALE – An interpreter for the U.S. military fled his native Afghanistan after the Taliban retook control in August. He and his fiance landed in Arizona with some help from a Scottsdale law group.


Happy to be a target: Arizona man represents state on dart’s biggest stage

GILBERT – Chuck Puleo competes in an uncommon sport, darts, at the highest level. He was recently one of two players to represent the U.S. in the PDC World Cup, one of many international events in which he has competed.


Before NBA named female play-by-play announcers, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Cindy Brunson were blazing trails

PHOENIX — Lisa Byington and Kate Scott made history when they were named the play-by-play voices for the Bucks and 76ers, respectively. But several women in the Valley, including Ann Meyers Drysdale and Cindy Brunson, helped blaze trails.


It’s go(-kart) time: Phoenix Kart Racing Association bonds friends, prepares pros

GLENDALE – Several Arizona track offers go-kart opportunities for future NASCAR drivers as well as those simply looking to have a little fun. Some of the top professional drivers started their careers by competing in go-karts.


Money troubles, lingering injuries: Former Bears great Brian Urlacher helping NFL veterans

SCOTTSDALE – Many former NFL players struggle with lingering injuries and financial hardships. NFL Hall of Famer and Chicago Bears legend Brian Urlacher hosted a Gridiron Gala to help raise awareness.