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After a back-and-forth that saw winter sports seasons canceled and then reinstated, basketball season begins for high schools around Glendale and Peoria this week.
Arizona Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet is looking forward to another abbreviated season, but this time he has even higher hopes for his team.
After a stunning reversal, there will be high school seasons for basketball, wrestling and soccer.
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.
- Mustangs look to build off best girls basketball season
- Debate over PUSD classroom closures
- 1B vaccine expands as COVID-19 rages
- Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life goes virtual this year
- First-degree murder charges after killing of 19-year-old
- Prosecutor speaks up to save lives
- Arizona Coyotes ready to start the season Jan. 14
- AIA reverses vote to cancel winter sports
The Peoria Unified School District board held a special meeting Jan. 13 to discuss the use of COVID-19 metrics being used to determine in-person and virtual learning.
Pandemic pessimists and oasis optimists alike have reason to dig into their views.
According to court documents, the killing of one 19-year-old by another came after the victim tried to break into the suspect’s car.