Inside This Week
Jake Plummer, the legendary Arizona State quarterback and former Arizona Cardinals signal-caller, is among those athletes pushing for marijuana reform in sports. He believes the benefits far outweigh the potential negatives.
Three years ago, Conor Garland earned his call-up from the Tucson Roadrunners.
When the COVID-19 pandemic rolled from spring to fall in 2020, it put college football seasons at every level in doubt.
Arts & Entertainment
The city of Glendale is celebrating spring with art.
The Arizona Broadway Theatre is launching its first “impact project” with their 2020 theater season. The projects aims to increase the theater’s community outreach and engagement through meaningful ways beyond the production on the stage.
Native American visual and performing arts encompass different styles, points of view and mediums and continue to keep evolving while staying true to traditions.
“Marie’s Reverie,” a new adventure inspired by the original Nutcracker and Snow Queen stories, plays at Brelby Theater through Dec. 21.
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A 38-year-old Phoenix man is being held on one count of second-degree murder and one count of weapons misconduct for prohibited possessor.
Phoenix resident Mariano Villegas was shot by a Glendale police officer on May 3 and later died after police said he broke into a home at 59th and Northern avenues and barricaded himself in the garage, said Officer Tiffany Ngalula with the Glendale Police Department.
The Peoria-based Arizona Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Foundation handed out its Visionary Awards to community partners at its Share the Road/Riding for the Long Haul event in May.