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Local election results are slowly coming in.
Local Arizona election results filtering in, Paul Penzone remains Maricopa Sheriff, Mark Kelly appears victorious in special Senate race
Michael Russell, Reporter

Results for local Arizona races, just like the Presidential election, are coming in slowly. Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego garnered 62% of the vote, avoiding a run-off election...

A demonstrator holds Trump-Pence sign during an earlier protest near Phoenix.
Trump and Biden supporters take to the streets, group gathers at Maricopa County Recorders office
Ivana Venema-Nunez, Reporter
On Wednesday night, a group of around 300 people gathered in front of the County Recorders Office where Maricopa County election workers were counting the remaining ballots from the previous day's election. 
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Voter intimidation, violent reactions to election results concern voters and organizers
Ivana Venema-Nunez, Reporter
Due to the intense nature of this election,  many businesses and individuals have prepared for the worst.
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Factors like isolation and stress during the pandemic have made it difficult for many to stay sober
Relapsing during coronavirus pandemic presents another hurdle for those struggling with mental health issues
Alyzza Madrid, Reporter
Stay-at-home orders, self-isolation and the possibility or reality of quarantine were measures aimed at protecting people’s physical health during the COVID-19 outbreak.  However, those same measures wound up taking a major toll on many others mental health.
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Multiple NCAA football games postponed, cancelled due to COVID-19 protocols, outbreaks
Jackson Dungan, Reporter
Social distancing has become the new societal norm that most citizens strictly adhere to.
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Belly up to the bar for Allie Rae and Luna
"The 2:15" Ep 34 - Drinks After Work and Trash Talk
Ole Olafson, Senior Audio Producer

The podcasts on nevalleynews.org contain the personal opinions of both host and guest.  Those opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of nevalleynews.org, Scottsdale Community College or Maricopa County Community...

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The signs are the same but the sights will be different at this years rescheduled Masters golf tournament
Rescheduled Masters golf tournament opens to soggy fall weather not April flowers
Michael Russell, Reporter
The Masters golf tournament, has been played the first full week of April since its inception in 1934.
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The SCC Fighting Artichokes hope to return to play soon
SCC Men's basketball awaits return to play in January, coaching staff adapts for COVID-19 restrictions
Daniel Moreno, Reporter
In the last few weeks we’ve seen the MLS, NBA and NHL bubbles, MLB playoffs, and most recently, the return of NCAA football.
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ASU will begin playing football on Nov.7
ASU, PAC-12, begin shortened football season on Saturday
Jackson Dungan, Reporter
The PAC-12 Conference is finally beginning their season on Saturday and the games could provide some distraction for West-Coasters who are recovering from the chaos of raging wildfires amid a new surge in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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“The 2:15” Ep 34 – Drinks After Work and Trash Talk

“The 2:15” Ep 34 – Drinks After Work and Trash Talk

The podcasts on nevalleynews.org contain the personal opinions of both host and guest.  Those opinions do not necessarily reflect...

“The 2:15” Ep 33 – Drinks After Work and In The Closet Prop 208 Special With Anabel Maldonado

“The 2:15” Ep 33 – Drinks After Work and In The Closet Prop 208 Special With Anabel Maldonado

The podcasts on nevalleynews.org contain the personal opinions of both host and guest.  Those opinions do not necessarily reflect...

Four-Down Territory Ep 8 – 2020 NFL Opening Day

Four-Down Territory Ep 8 – 2020 NFL Opening Day

The podcasts on nevalleynews.org contain the personal opinions of both host and guest.  Those opinions do not necessarily reflect...

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“The 2:15” Ep 34 – Drinks After Work and Trash Talk

Poker loses ambassador, player, commentator Mike Sexton

Mike Sexton, often called "The Poker Ambassador" passed away on Sept. 6, at age 72. Sexton was involved in almost every aspect of poker and enjoyed a high level of success in all of them.

Four-Down Territory Ep 8 – 2020 NFL Opening Day

Trump’s Republican National Convention acceptance speech: One big yawn

Donald Trump’s acceptance speech closed out the Republican National Convention Thursday night and ended four days of humdrum babble and occasional comic disbelief.

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Reporting from the Northeast Valley, Phoenix, and surrounding communities. State, National and International coverage- from the campus of Scottsdale Community College.
Reporting from the Northeast Valley, Phoenix, and surrounding communities. State, National and International coverage- from the campus of Scottsdale Community College.