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It’s a final shot, a first chance, a shot at redemption and a homecoming all wrapped into one. This week’s NCAA outdoor track and field championships is all of these things to the members of the Arizona State track team.
Horace Lewis, a longtime East Valley Institute of Technology instructor, died Tuesday morning after a two-year battle with cancer.
TO OUR READERS: This is the eighth in a series of stories previewing football teams in the Pac-10. Coming Sunday: Washington State.
Pete Carroll is hoping history will repeat itself.
“One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. Which road do I take? She asked. Where do you want to go? was his response. I don’t know, Alice answered. Then, said the cat, it doesn’t matter.”
Head to Tucson this weekend and you’ll be able to experience a fantasy that’s been 80 years in the making.
A perfect storm of illnesses this season has doctors wading through a variety of ailments as patients pack waiting rooms, desperate to ease the aches of fever and the pain of sinus pressure.
Don't expect USC to have a letdown coming off a bye week as it did in a similar situation earlier this year when it lost at California.
It can be tough to pry an iPad out of a child’s tiny hands, but there are many applications, or apps, that make tablets and smartphones a good companion and teacher, and not just an addictive electronic baby sitter.
On Friday, Christian Youth Theater (CYT) will premiere “Alice,” a musical with a pop/rock opera twist based off “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass,” by Lewis Carroll.
The people of "Peeples" make a better impression than most collections of oddballs in the weary mold of comedies centered on meeting the prospective in-laws.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Who needs 'em? Ever since C.C. Sabathia was traded July 7, the Indians have been a winning team. Their 22-16 record (at the end of the last homestand) projects to 94 wins over the course of an entire season and a possible playoff berth. Alas, it is too little, too late.
During the second week of May the Christian Youth Theater (CYT) will premiere “Alice,” a musical with a pop/rock opera twist based off “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass,” by Lewis Carroll.
The concept of time travel was popularized in 1895 with the seminal science fiction novel “The Time Machine” by H.G. Wells. More than a century later, we’re sadly — or thankfully, if you take the book’s message to heart — no closer to being able to travel through the ages as we were back then. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t revisit some crucial times in human history through some East Valley events this weekend.
No. 15 ASU at No. 1 USC
October 15, 2004
When the Arizona Cardinals put together their lengthy list of head coaching candidates last week, Pete Carroll wasn’t on it. That was a surprise to some, but really, given what happened during Miami’s sordid tale of Nick Saban’s hit-and-run, should it have been?
As usual, there were surprises and a few oddities on the Pac-10 All-Star team.
Mike D’Antoni’s first Knicks camp opens on Tuesday. And by all accounts — incredibly — Stephon Marbury will be waiting at the door with his $20 sneakers and latest vow to lead his hometown team back to respectability.
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Gilbert’s Finley Farms Elementary School raised $719 for the Foundation for Children With Cancer by hosting a “Hats On Day” Sept. 18.
Tim Burton and Johnny Depp's trip down the rabbit hole drew huge crowds, as "Alice in the Wonderland" earned a whopping $116.3 million in its opening weekend — a record for a 3-D film.
Six junior college players are among the 27 signees in coach Dennis Erickson's fourth recruiting class at Arizona State, a list heavy with beefy linemen.
Cy Maughmer knows he's "a fish out of water." Apache Junction isn't known as a hotbed for big boys who have a football future in college, but Maughmer's size (6-foot-2, 290 pounds), speed and agility have Division I schools calling.
Even before he entered high school, impossible expectations were thrust upon Matt Carlino. Two years later, he’s somehow lived up to them. Carlino entered his freshman year at Gilbert Highland already a household name in basketball circles, and the first year had its ups and downs.