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1 dead after sparks start Arizona brush fire

Published   Apr 23, 2024 09:11PM
WHETSTONE, Ariz. – Firefighters in Arizona said they are working to contain a 28-acre fire in the southeast portion of the state that destroyed several structures and sent at least two people to the hospital.

Arizona’s Department of Forestry and Fire Management said the Bowers Fire began on Monday evening and is burning primarily in Babocomari River bed.

Evacuations were issued for nearby residences, and according to local firefighters, several structures have either been damaged or destroyed by flames.

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Arizona State football surprised as Ed Woods enters transfer

TEMPE — It’s been an eventful week for the Sun Devils.

After top offensive talents Jaden Rashada and Elijhah Badger announced they were transferring out of the program, Arizona State had one of its better recruiting weekends in the K ... Read more

Boddie Eager to Make Explosive Plays in Pokes' New-Look Offe

LARAMIE -- That phone conversation lasted roughly 20 minutes.

It was Christmas Eve, but the caller couldn't wait another minute. He needed to deliver a message. Feedback was also welcome. The two men on the line were already acquaintance ... Read more

The tradition the Tucson Roadrunners are bringing back for t

TUCSON, Arizona — It'll be playoff hockey in Tucson for the first time in six seasons as the Roadrunners will host the Calgary Wanglers in the first round of the AHL playoffs.

The Roadrunners enter the postseason unbeaten in the final ... Read more

NCAA alters requirements for immediate eligibility

Published   Apr 23, 2024 01:32AM
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — NCAA athletes are now eligible to play immediately no matter how many times they transfer — as long as they meet academic requirements — after the association fast-tracked legislation to fall in line with a recent court order.

The Division I Board of Directors formally ratified the change to the transfer rule Monday and approved a tweak that allows schools to identify name, image and likeness opportunities and facilitate deals between athletes and third parties.

Athletes are not obligated to a ... Read more

Valley trails and outdoor attractions to visit before the su

PHOENIX — What are some fun ways to enjoy the beautiful outdoors before the summer's extreme heat? Here’s a list of some the best trails and outdoor attractions throughout the Valley!

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Lynda Gross Kissel Obituary

(May 8, 1948 – April 18, 2024)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing on April 18, 2024, of Lynda Gross Kissel. Loved wife of Nick Kissel and Mother of Kimberly Sallquist and Kristin Cox. Lynda was born to E. Kennard Gro ... Read more

Tucson choir closes 40th anniversary season with gala concer

Arizona Repertory Singers is closing out its historic 40th anniversary season with "All the Beauty: 40th Anniversary Concert & Gala" on Sunday, April 28.

The fundraising event celebrates where the choral group has been and where it could ... Read more

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Mayor Pauly believes that all elected officials are servant leaders for the community they represent. As electeds, it is most important that we connect with our community, work to understand the values, goals and priorities of this special community, and reflect that in all the work that we do.