Marijuana legalization hits Arizona’s ballot this November making voters, who are advocates as well as opponents, wonder what this means for the current medical marijuana dispensaries in the state.
Support for a Propos... Read More »
Since 2012, Maricopa County has seen a decrease of animal euthanasia by 71 percent or 26,732 cats and dogs, according to a 2015 report released by the Alliance for Companion Animals.
Once the place with the second highest... Read More »
Buzzberry, located off McDonald Drive and Granite Reef Road in Scottsdale, has utilized its location close to Saguaro High School in order to increase business.
When it comes to early classes, high school students and... Read More »
In a monumental move, the Coyotes announced on Aug. 24 the hiring of skating coach Dawn Braid, the first ever full-time female coach in NHL history. This news comes in the wake of the January announcement that the Buffalo... Read More »
With the offseason well underway for SCC's Artichokes baseball club, preparation is a top priority for coaches and players.
In 2016, the Yavapai Roughriders captured the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference World... Read More »
Prior to the 2005-06 season, in what I consider a stroke of genius, the National Hockey League eliminated the regular season tie game by instituting a game-ending shootout. The shootout was meant to be a last resort if... Read More »
The 2016 MLB draft gets underway on Thursday, June 9. In advance of the big event, reporter Alan Ruiz sat down with one of the Kansas City Royals' top prospects, right-handed pitcher Ashe Russell, to discuss what life is... Read More »
“Thin slot receiver who does his best work in space against zone coverage. Lacks the desired quickness and route running to free himself from NFL man coverage, but has the hands to pluck it when the... Read More »