‘Conquer that mountain’: Cancer doesn’t slow NAU swimmer Warner

FLAGSTAFF – Northern Arizona University swimmer Emma Warner has had cancer since she was 12. She continues to fight and hopes to inspire others in the process.

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Vacation can wait for Diamondbacks catcher Cooper Hummel

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New look coming for Coyotes black Kachina jerseys this season

CHANDLER – The popular Arizona Coyotes ‘Kachina’ home jerseys are getting a new look for the 2022-23 season with the Gila River Resorts and Casinos patch. The Coyotes organization was live from the casino to announce their new multi-year partnership extension with Gila River becoming their official brand sponsor.

As part of a new multi-year partnership, the Arizona Coyotes will wear a Gila River Resorts & Casinos patch on the black Kachina home jerseys starting in the 2022-23 NHL season. (Photo courtesy of Kelsey Grant/Arizona Coyotes)