The 2016 United States presidential race is underway with several candidates from both political parties announcing their candidacy for their party’s nomination for president in recent weeks.
A range of candidates have... Read More »
Jodi Arias, the Mesa woman convicted of murdering ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in 2008, has received a life sentence with no possibility of parole. The verdict brings to a close one of the most dramatic and intensely-covered... Read More »
SCC students have termed President Obama’s recent proposal to raise the minimum a sigh of relief.
In his State of the Union earlier this year, President Obama called on Congress to raise the national minimum wage from... Read More »
Parents, teachers and students, armed with signs reading “Education Plunder Pirates” and “SOS Save Our Schools” and chanting “Fund our Future,” protested proposed budget cuts to education funding at the capitol... Read More »
The Coyote Curling Club was founded in 2002 in cooperation with the then-Phoenix and now-Arizona Coyotes NHL hockey team. They curled out of “The Ice Den,” the Coyotes’ practice facility in Scottsdale. With just... Read More »
On Wednesday, Feb., 19th, the Paradise Valley Community College Puma baseball team took the mound against international competition as they battled with the Thompson River University WolfPack from Canada in a non-conference... Read More »
Fifteen of Major League Baseball’s 30 teams travel to Arizona every spring to prepare for the upcoming season. Baseball fans throughout the state gather to watch their favorite teams and players get ready for the long season... Read More »
In the midst of Spring Training for Major League Baseball, the Paradise Valley Community College Pumas baseball team traveled to Surprise last weekend to play a non-conference game.
This game, however,... Read More »