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John Ferguson replaces Steve Sullivan as the Roadrunners General Manager.
John Ferguson named Coyotes assistant General Manager, Roadrunners GM
James Mackey, Reporter
General Manager Bill Armstrong announced via press release that the Coyotes had signed up John Ferguson as Assistant General Manager and Tucson Roadrunners General Manager. "John is extremely knowledgeable about the game and with 20-plus years in the NHL, brings a tremendous amount of experience to our hockey operations department," Armstrong said in a statement.
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The Coyotes will be playing a preseason game in El Paso, Texas on Oct. 3.
Coyotes land Kraft Hockeyville preseason game
James Mackey, Reporter
Since its creation in 2006, Kraft’s Hockeyville USA has granted small but hockey-mad communities with an NHL preseason game, as well as $250,000 in rink upgrades and $10,000 worth of new equipment.   On Wednesday morning, the league announced the Arizona Coyotes and Dallas Stars will be featured in this year’s game, to be held in El Paso, Texas.
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Phoenix Mercury star forward Diana Taurasi is averaging 15 points per game in her 17th season.
Phoenix Mercury battle for playoff positioning as season winds down
Alex Keeler, Reporter
As the WNBA's 25th season dwindles down, many teams are hoping that they can catch fire at the right time heading into the playoffs. But other than the league-leading Connecticut Sun, no team has been hotter in recent weeks than the Phoenix Mercury. 
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The City of Tempe will review the Coyotes new arena proposal in the coming weeks.
Coyotes, Tempe confirm new arena bid
James Mackey, Reporter
A new chapter in the Arizona Coyotes' arena saga has emerged. The Coyotes have submitted a bid for a new home arena in Tempe. Craig Morgan later verified the reports on his Twitter account.
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Texas to sue school districts for imposing mask mandates

Texas to sue school districts for imposing mask mandates

In a move that may foreshadow similar legal actions in Arizona, the state of Texas is suing several school districts who have imposed their own mask mandates.

Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel seeking treatment for personal, medical difficulties

Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel seeking treatment for personal, medical difficulties

Allister Adel, the current Maricopa County Attorney, has announced she is being treated for anxiety and unhealthy coping behaviors.

Afghan women, others protest Taliban government appointees

Afghan women, others protest Taliban government appointees

On Tuesday, the new Taliban government in Afghanistan announced its cabinet following a takeover of the country last month.

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According to the Arizona Republic, eight metro Phoenix school districts have implemented mask mandates in defiance of Gov. Duceys order.
Can schools and districts be held liable if they don’t require masks in class and a student becomes infected with COVID? The short answer— “quite possibly, yes”
Nicole White and Jeremy Beren
The question of vulnerable children who are not old enough to get vaccinated and being required to wear a mask to school has ushered in a whole new set of issues. Many parents, teachers, and administrators are wondering whether schools should require masks for children as they return to the classroom. It’s little surprise the answer to that question has been politicized. 
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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.