News archive from 14 October 2017

Cardinals will start another offensive line combo against Buccaneers

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEWATCH THE LATEST CARDINALS AND NFL VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTS Somers, McManaman on offensive line changes at practice | 2:50Cardinals insiders Kent Somers and Bob McManaman talk changes they think are coming to left...

AZCentral, 19:10 in Sport
 

Public memorial for former Suns' great Connie Hawkins set for Oct. 20

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInPhoenix Suns legend Connie Hawkins FullscreenPosted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. The Arizona Republic photo from Hawkins' introductory news conference with the Phoenix Suns. Republic archivesFullscreen...

AZCentral, 19:13 in Sport
 

Court battle waged over media coverage of 'Serial Street Shooter' suspect

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE'SERIAL STREET SHOOTER' CASE IN PHOENIX "Serial Street Shooter" case: What's in the Form IV? | 2:16Public safety reporter Megan Cassidy and breaking news editor Lindsey Collom break down some of what was...

 

FBI: 'Grimace Bandit' sought for 3 bank heists

The FBI is reaching out to the public for any information about a bank robber who investigators have nicknamed the "Grimace Bandit." The FBI Phoenix Field Office attributes the nickname to her purple wardrobe that resembles the color of...

 

Arizona woman accused of starting fake charity for boy with cancer

A Queen Creek woman is accused of creating a fake cancer charity and using the funds to pay her cellphone bills and make electronic transfers to her personal bank account.  Lucinda Stapleton, 36, is facing charges including fraudulent schemes, forgery...

 

Valdez: How trickle-down drivel hurts Arizona

Arizona’s decades-long effort to stimulate economic growth by starving government only succeeded in starving government. They cut taxes. They reduced revenue. They didn't deliver prosperity. Now our K-12 schools are shamefully underfunded. The Board...

 
Phoenix Suns celebrate a healthy, 50-year relationship with Valley, fans

Phoenix Suns celebrate a healthy, 50-year relationship with Valley, fans

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInPhoenix Suns' Ring of Honor FullscreenPosted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Longtime Suns announcer Al McCoy became the 15th member of the Suns Ring of Honor on March 3, 2017. Rob Schumacher/azcentral...

AZCentral, 20:32 in Sport
 

Phoenix Suns: 3 teams that deserved more credit

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEWATCH THE LATEST SUNS AND NBA VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTS Earl Watson on expectations during scrimmage | 0:48Suns coach Earl Watson on his expectations for his team ahead of a scrimmage at training camp. SkipxEmbed...

AZCentral, 20:32 in Sport
 

Gilbert axes Big League Dreams contract as court battles heat up

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE The Big League Dreams eight-field ballpark in Gilbert shuttered unexpectedly July 7, 2017. It will reopen in early 2019. During that period, it will undergo $11.6 million in repairs. Gilbert severed its ties with Big...

 

Three fixes the Coyotes can make to help cure their slow start

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEWATCH THE LATEST ARIZONA COYOTES VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTS Coyotes still winless after loss to Red Wings | 1:05Coach Rick Tocchet, winger Clayton Keller, goalie Louis Domingue and center Derek Stepan react to the 4-2...

AZCentral, 20:43 in Sport
 

Valley Vista All-Arizona basketball player Taylor Chavez commits to Oregon

Taylor Chavez, a two-time All-Arizona point guard at Surprise Valley Vista, has given Oregon a commitment to play basketball. She will sign her letter of intent during the early signing period in November. The senior averaged 20.5 points, 5 rebounds,...

AZCentral, 21:02 in Sport
 

Suns center Alex Len looks to improve consistency to maximize his value

Suns center Alex Len didn't get the offer he wanted this summer as a restricted free agent, but he did receive some valuable advice from teams. If Len wanted to hit it big in free agency again next summer, they said, he'd have to figure out a way to...

AZCentral, 21:02 in Sport
 

Bodies stack up as Arizona funeral homes struggle with state's new death-registry system

Arizona funeral homes have delayed burials and cremations, and some say they can't take in any more bodies, amid a bureaucratic logjam caused bythe bumpy rollout of a new state database of births and deaths.  The Arizona Department of Health Services...

 

Ford offers free repairs to address Explorer exhaust gas concerns

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE By 2022, Ford plans to cut spending on traditional engines by a third, or about $500 million, and put that money into electric and hybrid vehicle development, on top of $4.5 billion previously announced. Fred Katayama...

 

As Phoenix Suns turn 50, they're younger than ever

Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSEWATCH THE LATEST SUNS AND NBA VIDEOS FROM AZCENTRAL SPORTS Earl Watson on expectations during scrimmage | 0:48Suns coach Earl Watson on his expectations for his team ahead of a scrimmage at training camp. SkipxEmbed...

AZCentral, 21:32 in Sport
 
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