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No. 8 Arizona got its revenge Friday night, and now the Wildcats get their rematch. Azuolas Tubelis scored 17 points and Arizona beat Arizona State 78-59 in the Pac-12 Conference Tournament semifinals.
Mar. 11, 2023
The nomination deadline for Arizona Humanities’ Hands on Humanities Awards is rapidly approaching. Find out how to nominate someone.
Mar. 10, 2023
Gaby Moreno
Gaby Moreno is one of those rare stories of people who grew up with a dream and then lived it.
Mar. 10, 2023
Kevin Durant
Kevin Durant's home debut with the Phoenix Suns will have to wait a little longer. The 13-time All-Star slipped on the floor during pregame warmups and was ruled out Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder because of left ankle soreness.
Mar. 9, 2023
Quinn Murphy at Hamster Labs in Tempe
Quinn Murphy runs and owns Hamster Labs, where he does custom design and screen printing — including a lot of concert posters. He says the manual printing process makes each print its own unique creation.
Mar. 8, 2023
The vast majority of the world’s money supply and transactions now take a digital form. But coins and paper currency were all the rage in downtown Phoenix this past week. The National Money Show — a three-day event devoted to coin collecting — concluded this weekend at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Mar. 6, 2023
Salt River Fields Scottsdale
Ronnie Gajownik spent her Saturday afternoon as the bench coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks. It wasn't until mid-game she realized that was quite remarkable.
Mar. 6, 2023
Signs for and against Tempe special election Propositions
Tempe voters will decide on a new Arizona Coyotes arena and entertainment district on an old landfill site near Priest Drive and Rio Salado Parkway. Here’s an overview of each based on the ballot language released by the city of Tempe.
Mar. 6, 2023
Arizona Cardinals training facility
This past season was a disastrous one for the Arizona Cardinals, who parted ways with their head coach and GM after finishing 4-13. But the hard knocks weren’t limited to the football field. A league-wide survey of players revealed the Cardinals have the second-worst working conditions in the NFL.
Mar. 3, 2023
Founded in 1947, the Cactus League has officially begun in the Valley — and it’s the first chance anyone is getting to see Major League Baseball's new rules of the game in action. From a new pitch clock to bigger bases, the goal is to make the game move faster. But it’s not come without its skeptics.
Mar. 3, 2023
Nora McInerny
When someone asks: "How are you?" — for many of us, the natural inclination is to respond, "fine" or "good" or something else positive. But what if we’re not actually doing very well? Nora McInerny explores those emotions and how we process them on her podcast, Terrible, Thanks for Asking.
Mar. 3, 2023
books on display
Tucson will host one of the biggest literary festivals in the country this weekend — and books are only part of the story.
Mar. 2, 2023
Goodyear has big plans for a chunk of land that’s sat vacant since the Great Recession. Residents call it the "old mall site," referencing a project that never happened due to the recession and changing market.
More Arizona business news
Feb. 28, 2023
baseball glove on home plate
Baseball returned to Arizona last weekend, with the opening of the Cactus League season. Over 125,000 fans attended opening weekend of the Cactus League.
Feb. 27, 2023
The "Dilbert" comic
For decades, Scott Adams has been poking fun at the business world through his popular comic strip, “Dilbert.” But the laughter came to a screeching halt when the increasingly outspoken cartoonist posted a racist diatribe on YouTube last week.
Feb. 27, 2023
Shakespeare, hiking in Arizona, poetry on vinyl and a haiku winner share some thematic space on this KJZZ podcast about literature in Arizona and the region. It's hosted by Tom Maxedon.
Listen to more episodes of Word
Feb. 27, 2023
Brittney Griner WM Phoenix Open
Phoenix Mercury player Brittney Griner and her wife Cherelle participated in the NAACP Image Awards on Saturday which was broadcast on BET. It’s one of the Griners’ few public appearances since Brittney was released from a Russian prison in December.
Feb. 26, 2023
Chandler Innovation Fair
The city of Chandler is partnering with local schools and companies to present its free, hands-on innovation fair Saturday.
Feb. 24, 2023
Portrait of William Shakespeare
Bradley Irish is an English professor at Arizona State University and his forthcoming book, "Shakespeare and Disgust: The History and Science of Early Modern Revulsion," argues that Shakespeare was visionary in his use of disgust using it in his work centuries before science proved its power.
Feb. 24, 2023
Salt River Fields Scottsdale
Spring training starts Friday in Arizona with a pair of games — the Texas Rangers v. the Kansas City Royals and the Seattle Mariners v. the San Diego Padres. There’s a full slate of eight games on Saturday, including the Arizona Diamondbacks playing two split squad games.
Feb. 24, 2023

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