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Don’t blame Tom Brady for, allegedly, deflating footballs and blame the National Football League (NFL) for not having a better regulation on the sport, it’s players and equipment.
PHOENIX (AP) — Criticized for its own handling of head injuries, the NFL launched an extensive lobbying campaign to pass laws protecting kids who get concussions while playing sports. The result: Within just five years, every state had a law on the books.
One of the most prolific quarterbacks in history, leading the Steelers to an unprecedented four Super Bowl championships, Bradshaw has seen football from inside the game to analyzing and commentating them – more fodder for the Friars comedians and his peers to use against him as they turn their Roasting spits of wit.
Weeks after an accident on Pecos Road that left a 59-year-old bicyclist dead and hundreds of people questioning the safety of the intersection, the 24-year-old driver in the case was arrested and booked on charges of manslaughter.
Mountain Pointe product Cole Tucker, right, was one of four former high school players to make an impression at the professional ranks.
Here is a roll call of some of the famous people who died in 2014.
These clothing designers have to think about pattern, fabric and fit — as well as where to put the poo bags.
The first Super Bowl in Arizona was way back on Jan. 28, 1996 at the Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. It was when the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers with a score of 27-17. The second
The Joint…the chiropractic place has announced that William L. Beatty, D.C. has joined The Joint Ahwatukee Foothills clinic as the full-time doctor. Dr. Beatty has practiced chiropractic for 40 years since graduating with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1974. Prior to moving to Phoenix in October 2009 he practiced in Pittsburgh for 35 years.
Viola Klype is a candidate for the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board.
Much will be said and written – mostly in 140 characters by the student bodies of each school – before and after the showdown between Mountain Pointe and Chandler.
Mountain Pointe product Cole Tucker, right, has a better idea of what it takes to be a pro ballplayer after completing his first season.
Before the start of season I wrote a column about the Mountain Pointe football program being nationally ranked and how I think the process is a bunch of malarkey.
Zach Bauman slowly trotted his way down a ramp leading off the field at University of Phoenix Stadium. He just finished practice with the Arizona Cardinals, but this practice was different. For one of the very few times in his football-playing life, he wasn’t the star of the show.
Ajay Bhatnagar, M.D., MBA, a board-certified radiation oncologist, has been named medical director for 21st Century Oncology’s cancer treatment centers in Arizona.
Arizona United Soccer Club and supporters group La Furia Roja 1881 announce they are partnering with a local nonprofit group, Support My Club.
Corporate deals helped lift stocks in afternoon trading Monday, steering the market on course for its second consecutive gain. Investors cheered Citigroup’s latest earnings as well as acquisitions such as generic drug developer Mylan’s $5.3 billion bid for Abbott Laboratories.
Jackie Tucker turned around what could have been an extremely difficult day.
The excitement of acceptance into that dream college has passed. The first day of classes is still weeks away. But the resources provided by high school teachers and computer labs are no longer available for recent graduates.
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee announced its board of directors for Super Bowl XLIX. The board of directors is composed of business leaders who volunteer their time to drive the state’s efforts for Super Bowl XLIX.
It is hard to put into perspective all that has happened to the Mountain Pointe baseball program over the last three months.
Sean McGuire had to accept a reduced role, but the championship ring isn’t any less shiny.
Cole Tucker dreamt of being a pro ballplayer as a youth playing for the Pirates in little league and now he will soon begin his career for the Pittsburgh organization.
For third time in four years, Jordan Kipper has an opportunity to become a professional ballplayer.