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  • Paul Goldschmidt goes deep with scholarship program

    Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt is spearheading a program helping deserving individuals in Arizona make their college dreams come true.
  • US team comes to Glendale in Copa America’s final stop in Valley

    An enthusiastic crowd is expected for Saturday's third place Copa America game between the United States and Colombia.
  • Coyotes president LeBlanc ‘moving forward’ with new arena site

    In what he called “an update, not an announcement,” Coyotes president and CEO Anthony LeBlanc said the team has chosen a site for its new arena.
  • Faced with two choices, Suns got both

    The Suns were considering both Dragan Bender and Marquese Chriss for the No. 4 pick in the NBA Draft. By the end of the night, the team wound up with both.
  • Mayor hopes arrival of Roadrunners can turn Tucson ‘into a hockey town’

    Coyotes ownership on Saturday unveiled the new name of the recently-relocated AHL team that they bought and moved from Springfield, Mass., last month.
  • Mercury raise more than $14,000 to support Orlando community

    This was the third consecutive year the Mercury hosted Pride Night to celebrate the LGBT community.
  • UFC’s Birchak hoping to cultivate MMA growth among southern Arizona youth

    MMA fighter and Tucson native Anthony Birchak plans to open his own gym, an outlet of the 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu franchise, in the heart of his hometown.
  • Coyotes sign veteran defenseman Goligoski

    The Coyotes made their first big move of the summer, signing defenseman Alex Goligoski to a five-year, $27.375 million dollar contract Wednesday.
  • Dave Tippett recalls skating with ‘great human being’ Gordie Howe

    As a player with the Whalers, Coyotes Exec. VP of Hockey Operations and head coach Dave Tippett skated with Gordie Howe, calling him a "true professional."
  • Rattlers’ Jeremy Kellem hoping for NFL call

    Rattlers veteran Jeremy Kellem missed the first ten weeks of the season while trying to catch on with an NFL team. He returned to the Rattlers last week.
  • United owner hopes Copa America excitement is another step toward bringing MLS team to Valley

    Kyle Eng wants to bring MLS to the Valley and he hopes the excitement surrounding Copa America matches here will help him get closer to achieving that goal.
  • Manfred’s push for international draft gets mixed reviews in D-backs’ clubhouse

    Deals like the one given to Yasmany Tomas could be a thing of the past if MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has his way and implements an international draft.
  • In year of personal milestones, Rattlers’ QB Davila focused on team goals

    While setting numerous personal milestones, Rattlers quarterback Nick Davila is deflecting credit to his teammates.
  • No stranger to international players, Suns may go overseas again in 2016 NBA Draft

    The Suns are no stranger to international players and could go that route again in the 2016 NBA Draft.
  • Arizonans remember Muhammad Ali in Louisville

    Celebrity Fight Night Founder Jimmy Walker said Muhammad Ali “would have loved" the two-day memorial events held in his hometown.
  • Twenty years of D-backs drafts spotted with success stories

    Chris Owings is one of three Diamondbacks picks made before the second round who are currently on the roster, along with A.J. Pollock and Archie Bradley.
  • D-backs scouting director was ‘sweating out’ draft’s first round

    The D-backs had to wait over three hours before making their first pick in the MLB Draft Thursday, Auburn outfielder Anfernee Grier at No. 39.
  • Families at Parkinson’s center say Ali’s courage ‘gave us all inspiration’

    Muhammad Ali's efforts in the fight against Parkinson's have been invaluable to many in the Phoenix area who are also fighting the disease.
  • Suns’ ambassador Hunter helps underprivileged kids with basketball and beyond

    Former Suns center Steven Hunter is hosting the Steven Hunter Life Skills and Basketball Academy at Fountain Hills Middle School this month.
  • Cal’s Jaylen Brown hopes for checkmate in NBA Draft

    Cal forward Jaylen Brown, an avid chess player, believes he could be the king of the NBA Draft and that it could be checkmate for the team that selects him.