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You just become instant best friends: Collegiate Women's Hockey in Arizona

We head behind the scenes with the ASU women's club hockey team, and also hear about their soon-to-launch counterpart at UA.

Arizona Secretary of State on how election officials are preparing for AI and misinformation

Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes reflects on the security of election officials, threats posed by artificial intelligence and more.

NASA has been asked to create a time zone for the moon. Here's how it would work

As the world prepares for a new space race, the Biden Administration is calling on NASA to create a moon-based time standard.

To make sure grandmas like his don't get conned, he scams the scammers

Americans lost a record $12.5 billion to internet crimes last year

Roadside monument honors the 1st cowboy star

Tom Mix died in a 1940 crash south of Florence.

Days after abortion ruling: Vice President Harris visits AZ to discuss access

She says the Arizona Supreme Court ruling on abortion puts women in the state under one of the most "extreme" abortion bans in the U.S.

Eight decades after their wartime efforts, real-life 'Rosie the Riveters' reunite in D.C. to win the nation's top civilian honor

Twenty seven "Rosies" traveled from across the country to attend Wednesday's award ceremony

Lou Conter, last survivor of USS Arizona from Pearl Harbor attack, dies at 102

Conter passed away on Monday at his home in Grass Valley, California.

Once lost to science, these "uncharismatic" animals are having their moment

Species gain this "lost" status when there hasn't been a trace of them in 10 years, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

US changes how it categorizes people by race and ethnicity. It's the first revision in 27 years.

The goal is to more accurately count residents, including those who identify as Hispanic and of Middle Eastern and North African heritage.

People say they're leaving religion due to anti-LGBTQ teachings and sexual abuse

The Public Religion Research Institute poll found that the vast majority of those who are unaffiliated are content to stay that way.

Here are some numbers that will help you get your March Madness fix for the Sweet 16

Notable facts and stats about each team in the round of sixteen.

What is the new etiquette for tipping?

While some experts say much of the etiquette remains the same, there are a few new variables to keep in mind.

An Arizona church known for feeding migrants now says the city is blocking its work

In a recent lawsuit, Jose Manuel Castro, pastor of the Gethsemani Baptist Church, says friction with the city of San Luis has forced the church to cancel multiple events.

Biden touts Arizona as America's 'future' as government invests $8.5 billion in chipmaker Intel

The Biden administration has predicted that the cash infusion should help the U.S. boost its global share of advanced chip production from zero to 20%.

We take the risk because we love what we do: From rodeo to fandom heartbreak

Rodeo in Arizona, from its roots to its place as a collegiate sport. Plus a trip to the Pac 12 basketball tournament.

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