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  • D-backs’ Nick Ahmed, Chris Owings looking forward to return from injury

    Nick Ahmed and Chris Owings are looking forward to returning to an Arizona Diamondbacks team that enters 2018 with high hopes.
  • Economic impact of the Valley’s big sporting event run? Try $1.3 billion

    National sports fans are used to seeing images of Arizona’s beautiful weather and breathtaking landscapes on their televisions.
  • Arizona junior colleges give players ‘awesome’ chance to use wood bats

    Junior colleges around the state are attracting some the the top baseball talent in the nation because of the sound that comes off their bats.
  • A deep dive: Golf balls that land in water hazards often find new life

    Those golf balls that land in water hazards? It turns out many are brought back to life. An estimated 300 million golf balls are lost every year.
  • Sun Devils gear up for big challenge down low

    The Sun Devils host the Arizona Wildcats Thursday and the focus will be on the post. How will the ASU bigs attempt to stop DeAndre Ayton and Dusan Ristic?
  • UFC hopeful Kyle Stewart dedicates his fights to veterans

    Kyle Stewart is a Marine Corps veteran who says he fights for veterans across the country. Stewart hopes to score a UFC contract with a win Friday.
  • Despite ups and downs, Suns’ Jackson confident about progress

    Suns rookie Josh Jackson hasn't lit up the NBA in his first season but after improvement seen in January, this could be the start of something special.
  • ‘Sky’s the limit’: Phoenix Open happy to keep growing

    The growth of the Waste Management Phoenix Open is exemplified by large crowds, purses and charitable givings.
  • Johnson-Chapman exceeding expectations for No. 25 ASU women’s basketball

    Junior center Charnea Johnson-Chapman has stepped up starting in the middle for ASU, providing consistent production inside as an unsung hero this season.
  • ASU wrestling delivering wins, future MMA stars

    Arizona State has been home to a bevy of future mixed martial artists. ASU wrestling honored these fighters on its third-annual 'MMA Night.'
  • New team, smaller roster, same goals for ASU women’s golf

    ASU's women's golf team has no doubts about competing for a second consecutive national title this upcoming season.
  • Lonzo over Booker? Fan All-Star voting a revealing tale about branding

    Devin Booker looks to become the Suns' first player in an All-Star Game since Steve Nash in 2012. But will his brand be enough to land him a spot?
  • 2018: Already a record-breaking season for ASU thrower Ewen

    Since the start of her Arizona State career, senior thrower Maggie Ewen has consistently set new benchmarks while breaking personal records.
  • Former D-backs pitcher Gordon part of ‘Dream Series’ outreach showcase

    The MLB’s second annual “Dream Series” took place during MLK Weekend.
  • Pinnacle basketball: 3 Division I recruits, 3 different sports, 1 team

    PHOENIX– Charlie Wilde finds himself in a unique situation. In an era of young athletes specializing in one sport, the Pinnacle High School basketball coach has a team stocked with three highly recruited student-athletes who each play a different one. Senior forward Calvin Schapira is a fireball-throwing left-handed pitcher from the baseball team that is […]