NBC broadcaster Al Michaels, right, had an accomplished broadcasting career that began in the state of Arizona. Here he talks to Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill, left. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) PHOENIX — News that Sunday’s Super Bowl could be Al Michaels’ last with NBC has sparked some thought aboutRead More →

Offensive coordinator Zak Hill during spring training, Feb. 24, 2020, at the Kajikawa Practice Facility, 511 S. Rural Road, Tempe. The dominoes begin to fall as the investigation into alleged recruiting violations by Arizona State’s football program continues. Offensive coordinator Zak Hill has resigned after serving in the role forRead More →

A spokesperson for Sen. Mark Kelly’s campaign reportedly said he “does not support” the Arizona Democratic Party’s censure of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema. Kelly is pictured during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing in Washington, DC on September 28, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Getty Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Arizona) has announced that he doesRead More →

Commentator Nick Fuentes is a Holocaust denier who opposes interracial marriages, supports racial segregation and has encouraged violence against his perceived political opponents. One of Fuentes’ biggest fans is Republican Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, who said she loved him, compared receiving a compliment from him to receiving the “chivalry”Read More →

Wendy Rogers, Republican Senator from Arizona, is getting a lot of backlash for retweeting a call to “celebrate” Confederate generals. Critics are particularly appalled that the senator retweeted the call for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, celebrated on January 17 each year. The tweet was originally posted by Scott Greer,Read More →

Arizona Republic Journalist Richard Ruelas had a simple question for Arizona State Rep. Jake Hoffman, who signed his name as an official voter on a fraudulent document that claims Trump won Arizona in 2020. Ruelas asked: “Under what authority did you find yourself an elector?” Hoffman responded with the kindRead More →

January 7, 2022; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Brophy Prep’s Braeden Speed ​​(4) dribbles downfield against Basha during a game at Brophy Prep. A look at the Republic’s top 10 Arizona Interscholastic Association high school basketball rankings combining all conferences. Great 10 Until January 9, 2022 1. Gilbert Perry Pumas, 14-3 BigRead More →

Messinger Indian School Mortuary Reverend Jack H. Zoellner Scottsdale – Reverend Jack H. Zoellner died on December 23, 2021 in Scottsdale, AZ. He was born in Saginaw, MI, the son of loving parents Walther J. and Elsa I. (Frisch) Zoellner. Jack enlisted in the United States Marine Corps during WorldRead More →

Want to welcome the new year outdoors? You have come to the right place to do so. Arizona State Parks and Trails joins a nationwide collaboration of 50 states to host First Day Hikes on January 1, 2022. Park rangers, naturalists and volunteers will lead hikes and activities in ArizonaRead More →

This holiday season, we are combining our Thursday, Friday, and Saturday print editions of The Arizona Republic into one newspaper. A Christmas weekend edition will be delivered on Thursday, December 23. A New Year’s weekend edition will be delivered on Thursday, December 30. No separate editions of The Republic willRead More →

Frederick W. Sergeant III Scottsdale – Frederick W. Sergeant III, 79, of Scottsdale, AZ, was reunited with his wife Greta and our Heavenly Father on November 22, 2021. Frederick passed away peacefully at home with loved ones and caregivers by his side. Fred was born on January 6, 1942 toRead More →

Jon Scott Corbitt Jr. Goodyear – Jon Scott Corbitt, Jr, nuclear engineer and resident of Goodyear, Arizona, died suddenly on October 30, 2021 at the age of 49. Jon Scott Corbitt, Jr was born in Evanston, Illinois to Jon and Lois Corbitt on November 5, 1971. The family moved toRead More →

PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema said Monday that activists who confronted her outside an Arizona State University classroom and videotaped her in the restroom were not engaging in a “legitimate protest.” . The Democratic senator said immigration reform activists illegally entered the suburban Phoenix campus building, which wasRead More →

Nick Oza was injured in a car accident in early September. Friends and colleagues remember the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer as a man who could connect with anyone PHOENIX — Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning Arizona Republic photojournalist Nick Oza died this week of injuries he sustained in a car crash earlier inRead More →

State Senate officials have refuted the public’s right to know, and the news agency wants all relevant documents unearthed. The Republic of Arizona has filed a lawsuit in Maricopa Superior Court, seeking disclosure of all records — including internal communications and emails — of partisan Arizona State Senate members leadingRead More →

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The Arizona Republic/azcentral.com is seeking talented students and recent graduates in news reporting, photojournalism, digital production, or audio for the paid Summer 2022 Pulliam Fellowships. The 10-week Journalism Fellowship program places emerging journalists in the newsroom, where they gain valuable experience working alongside award-winning journalists. Pulliam Scholars earn $650/week forRead More →

Don Dedera, longtime beloved Arizona Republic columnist, author and former editor of Arizona Highways magazine, died Tuesday, just two weeks shy of his 91st birthday. In addition to his journalistic accomplishments, Dedera has been active in preserving some of the most iconic pieces of Arizona history, including Western author ZaneRead More →

Journalists at The Arizona Republic received the George Polk Award for Education Reporting for their survey of publicly funded charter schools. reporters Craig Harris, Anne Ryman, Alden Wood and Justin Price won investigative work on state charter schools throughout 2018, including a five-part special report “The Charter Gamble.” The team’sRead More →

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