Stories tagged: "sports"

FILE - In this Feb. 29, 2020, file photo, first place finisher Aliphine Tuliamuk leads second place finisher Molly Seidel to the finish in the U.S. Olympic marathon trials in Atlanta. Tuliamuk will have company in Tokyo with her baby, Zoe, allowed to travel with her. The original plan was to start a family after the Tokyo Olympics. But when the Summer Games were postponed by the pandemic, the 32-year-old Tuliamuk and her fiance, Tim Gannon, decided not to wait. (AP Photo/John Amis, File)
An Arizona Olympian Will Compete in the Marathon This Weekend. She Just Had a Baby in January.

US marathoner Aliphine Tuliamuk, who trains in Flagstaff, is competing in the Olympics this weekend after having a baby in January.

Cha-Ching: Suns’ Playoff Run Boost For Local Businesses, City Image

NBA Finals winner or loser—and sometimes both— often outperform the national average in year-over-year Gross Domestic Product growth.

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Tucson-Based NASCAR Driver Alex Bowman Says Confederate Flag Ban Was The Right Move

“There’s no reason to have anything that makes anybody uncomfortable to come to a NASCAR race.”

The Diamondbacks Will Pay Ballpark Workers During Coronavirus Shutdown

The Diamondbacks announced that the $1 million from the MLB for ballpark workers will be used to pay everyone from concession workers to raffle attendants.

Chase Field to Talking Stick: Here’s How Coronavirus Is Hitting Arizona Sports

Fears over the spread of the coronavirus has resulted in the closures of sporting events, music festivals, and schools across the country.

Rescue Teams Begin Day Two of Search for Missing Hiker by Roosevelt Lake

Another hiker told authorities about the missing person after the two were separated during a flash flood at Bull Canyon.

‘My Heart is Broken’: Arizonans Respond to the Death of Kobe Bryant

Plus other top stories that happened in Arizona over the weekend.