Pitchers and catchers are expected to report to spring training sites in Arizona and Florida next month, and Cactus League games are scheduled to start on Feb.27. But much about what that’ll look like is still up in the air.
Outgoing Pac-12 Athletic Director Larry Scott was an unconventional hire. Stewart Mandel, college football editor-in-chief for the Athletic, expects Scott's replacement to come from the ranks of college sports.
Nearly 11 months have passed since nursing homes closed their doors to visitors because of the coronavirus pandemic. Some states, including Arizona, have resumed family visits under certain circumstances. Now, a new report highlights what some family members discovered once they were allowed back in.
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After a downtown Phoenix venue held a crowded concert, the state’s health department ordered the business to close. But critics wonder how the party happened in the first place. → More Arizona Business News
Phoenix has had the highest home appreciation rates in the country for the past 17 months, according to the S&P Core Logic Case-Shiller Index.
In October, the last month for which data is available, Phoenix saw a 12.7% year-over-year increase. Seattle and San Diego followed.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott is stepping down at the end of June, ending an 11-year tenure in which the conference — which includes UA and ASU — landed a transformational television deal but struggled to keep up with some of its Power Five peers when it came to revenue and exposure.
Judge Kellie Johnson said the curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. violated Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order prohibiting cities and counties from imposing tougher restrictions than the state.
But Pima County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Francisco García, says the curfew is necessary.
What appeared to be a routine agenda item turned into a lengthy debate and some name calling during Wednesday’s Phoenix City Council meeting. Agenda item 30 seemed like a simple request — staff asked permission to apply for a state grant to help cover riot related expenses.
During the first two years of his tenure, the Mexican president had to work with the Trump administration. Now his last four will be working with President Joe Biden. What can we expect? → More Fronteras Desk News
Arizona adults could be purchasing legal marijuana for recreational use by the end of the week. State health officials began accepting applications Tuesday from sites wishing to sell the drug to anyone 21 and older.
Arizona’s largest private employer is looking for volunteers to help support front line workers. After suspending the volunteer program for several months during the pandemic, Banner is now looking for people under 65 with no underlying health conditions to help in non-patient settings.
The pandemic has created a whole host of new challenges for people, from medical to financial to legal. So back in May, the State Bar of Arizona decided to set up a legal help hotline to help answer people’s legal questions that have arisen since COVID-19 changed everything.
“Zombie subdivisions" left behind when the Great Recession collapsed the homebuilding industry in Casa Grande are coming back to life. The partially built neighborhoods were left incomplete, some with water and sewer lines and even paved streets.