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  • Legacy lives on at Arizona Open Wheel Racing Museum

    There is a lot of racing history packed within the walls of the Arizona Open Wheel Racing Museum in east Phoenix.
  • Suns’ Booker delivers surprise and a big check

    Devin Booker presented a check for $10,000 to Best Buddies, an organization dedicated to supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Tailgating even more important than the game for some

    Rick Inmon’s Arizona Cardinals tailgating crew has one rule: Everything must have bacon. That’s the scene on Sundays around University of Phoenix Stadium.
  • Coyote goalie Mike Smith’s mask a canvas for Canadian artist

    GLENDALE – Every hockey goaltender must wear a protective mask, but the masks often do more than protect the goalie from slap shots flying toward the net at more than 100 mph. Today’s masks, with their elaborate artwork, can also tell a story about the people behind them. David Arrigo, David Gunnarsson and Diel Leroux are […]
  • Mercury embrace underdog role heading into series against Lynx

    PHOENIX — The Phoenix Mercury have entered uncharted territory. Every time they’ve brought home a WNBA championship in the past, the Mercury were the top-seeded team in the playoffs. This year, the eighth-seeded Mercury snuck into the playoffs during the final week of the season, despite a losing record (16-18). And now, the Mercury hope […]
  • Arnold Palmer leaves lasting imprint on Arizona golf courses

    Arnold Palmer left his design touch on five courses in Arizona – three in the Valley, one in Tucson and one in Yuma.
  • Goldschmidt, Diamondbacks trying to make life easier for kids with cancer

    The Diamondbacks, first baseman Paul Goldschmidt and his wife, Amy, are trying to make life easier for children through Goldy’s Fund 4 Kids.
  • A game without borders: Suns’ Bledsoe helps grow basketball overseas

    A a group of NBA stars that included Eric Bledsoe of the Phoenix Suns took part in the league’s 14th Basketball Without Borders camp in Angola.
  • GCU investing in sports medicine as part of move to Division I

    Grand Canyon University is adding 2,500 feet of space to the school’s sports medicine facility. It will cost between $500,000 and $1 million.
  • Coyotes rookies hope to leave lasting impression

    The day of an Arizona Coyotes rookie begins at 8 a.m. and doesn’t end until 9 p.m.
  • September an opportunity for minor leaguers to fulfill lifelong dream

    Every September, MLB roster limits expand from 25 to 40 players, giving players like Matt Koch the chance to realize a lifelong dream.
  • Women’s hockey is growing in the desert

    As women's hockey participation grows nationwide and explodes in Arizona, ASU and GCU are adding women's club hockey teams.
  • Curtain falling on career of ‘one of the best players in the world’

    Penny Taylor wraps up a WNBA career in which she won three championships. Taylor, Diana Taurasi and others reflect on the Australian's impact.
  • Former D-backs catcher Chad Moeller finds passion in teaching

    Chad Moeller, who helped train Tim Tebow for his recent baseball tryout, hosts hitting, catching and pitching clinics along with baseball camps.
  • Mercury’s Kelsey Bone to take anthem protests into WNBA playoffs

    The Mercury's Kelsey Bone is taking her social justice protest to the WNBA playoffs.
  • Mofford saved Cactus League from extinction

    Near the end of spring training in 1990, MLB Commissioner Fay Vincent came to Arizona Gov. Rose Mofford with an ultimatum, according to former Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jim Bruner.
  • ASU coach Todd Graham on Texas Tech game: ‘It should’ve been a blowout’

    Arizona State coach Todd Graham said nearly half of Texas Tech's points came on "misalignments and things like that, all things we can correct."
  • ‘Disappointed’ Arians on Cardinals loss to Pats: ‘Give us another week’

    After coming up a kick short against the Patriots, questions of is-the- sky-falling descended on the shoulders of the Super Bowl favored Arizona Cardinals.
  • Arizona State pass defense faces big test vs. Texas Tech

    Arizona State’s pass defense hopes to improve on a hit-or-miss 2015 season through coaching changes, new talent and greater attention to detail.
  • ASU’s Zane Gonzalez on record-breaking course

    Arizona State kicker Zane Gonzalez is used to breaking records. The four-year starter marks them off like notches in a belt.