Monday, December 3, 2012


  • Arizona's Whisenhunt won't commit on starting QB against Seattle

    TEMPE, Ariz. - Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt won't commit to naming a starting quarterback for next Sunday's game at Seattle.

  • Arizona State Sun Devils Find Success Under Todd Graham With Bowl Bid

    The expectations were low for this season in Tempe, Arizona. The Arizona State Sun Devils were coming off a disappointing 6-7 season in 2011 where they lost their last five games and were returning just 10 starters.

  • Arizona Social Security office bombed

    An official from the FBI field office in Phoenix would not positively identify Aldosary as a suspect. Records from the Arizona Department of Corrections show Abdullatif Aldosary did time in state prison for an aggravated harassment case. Details in the ...

  • Nevada, Arizona to face off in New Mexico Bowl

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Two teams that ended their regular-season schedules in disappointing fashion will meet at University Stadium on Dec. 15, when Nevada faces Arizona in the New Mexico Bowl. Nevada (7-5, 4-4 Mountain West) got off to a 6-1 start to ...

  • No. 9 Arizona stays unbeaten, hands Texas Tech its first loss 85-57

    "Until you go through that 35-game season being small you don't realize how important size is, especially in quality players," the fourth-year coach said after Arizona beat Texas Tech 85-57 on Saturday night to remain unbeaten. "How that affects the ...

  • Arizona mother nearly dies as brain fluid leaks from nose

    TUCSON, Arizona -- For more than four months, a clear, tasteless liquid leaked out of Aundrea Aragon's nose whenever she bent over, but doctors reassured her that it was only allergies.

  • SimsMM Sells Arizona Scrap Metal Recycling Assets

    Sims Metal Management Limited (SimsMM), the world's largest listed metal and electronic recycling company, today announced the sale, effective 30 November 2012, of its Arizona scrap metal recycling assets to SA Recycling LLC (SAR). SAR is a joint ...

  • Arizona Cardinals: "It's Been a Struggle for Eight Weeks"

    The path the Arizona Cardinals have taken this year is really quite amazing. They are the only team in the league with just two streaks.

  • Arizona Sued for Denying Illegal Aliens Driver's Licenses

    In the latest legal action taken by the increasingly powerful open borders movement, the governor of Arizona is being sued by a coalition of civil rights groups for banning illegal immigrants from getting driver' licenses in her state.

  • Arizona State to face Navy at AT&T Park in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl

    It will be a ground vs. air war when the Navy and Arizona State football teams get together for the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl at AT&T Park.

  • Arizona small businesses increase hiring in November

    For the third straight month, hiring at Arizona small businesses was up slightly in November, according to Intuit Payroll's Small Business Index.

  • Arizona officials approve election results Monday

    Top Arizona officials meet in Phoenix on Monday to conduct the official canvass to approve results of the state's Nov. 6 general election.

  • Arizona in unmanned aircraft limbo

    Why would a mandate to integrate unmanned aircraft into civilian airspace by 2015 be any different? At the center of that plan is the creation of six national aircraft testing sites, which the government was supposed to announce this month.

  • Mattamy Homes welcomes new executives in Arizona

    TEMPE, AZ, Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Mattamy Homes, a leading North American land development and homebuilding firm, is preparing for exciting growth in Arizona with the hiring of a talented and experienced leadership team. "We are thrilled to have ...

  • Arizona's First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens

    TUSCON, AZ - Over two years after Arizona voters authorized the use of medical marijuana, the first dispensary in the Grand Canyon State has finally opened in Tuscon.

  • Arizona Loan Modification Attorney Can Help You Prevent Foreclosure.

    Many Arizona homeowners are considering applying for loan modification due to their inability to afford their mortgage payments.

  • Pac-12 Basketball Power Rankings: Sean Miller's Arizona Wildcats Lead the Way

    While the Pac-12 did have a forgettable weekend—Colorado fell to Wyoming, Cal stumbled at Wisconsin and UCLA missed out on an opportunity to regain some of its dignity against San Diego State—it's safe to say the league is much improved from a year ...

  • More than 2200 wildlife strikes reported to FAA in Arizona since 1990

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport had the most reports of plans striking birds and other wildlife of any Arizona airport in a Federal Aviation Administration database documenting the incidents.

  • Arizona Diamonbacks Winter Meetings Primer and Preview

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have already been relatively active given how quiet it has been so far this offseason, trading Chris Young and acquiring Heath Bell and Cliff Pennington.

  • Ducks ready to Fiesta, • Oregon will head to Arizona to battle Kansas State in ...

    Ducks ready to Fiesta. • Oregon will head to Arizona to battle Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 3. By John Marshall / The Associated Press.

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