NFL Green brings Arizona community together, helps schools
The National Football League’s environmental program, NFL Green, has left a lasting impact in the Phoenix area in the lead-up to this year’s Super Bowl, including providing books and other needed supplies to cash-strapped schools in Arizona.
Judge allows gaming expansion, sports betting to continue
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge James Smith late Monday denied a claim by the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe that the law approving off-reservation gambling was illegally enacted.
Sports betting coming to Gila River Hotels & Casinos
The new table games have already been very desired by our guests and like sports betting, we are looking forward to the additional jobs and tourism, as well as increased opportunities to support the community these games will bring.
Cards spurning vax could muddle bets
Arizonans are only days away from being able to place legal bets at a sportsbook or on a mobile device, but the raging Covid pandemic coupled with the low-vaccination rate of the Arizona Cardinals could complicate matters for bettors.
Gambling bill more than sports wagering
Gov. Doug Ducey is expected to sign legislation by the end of the week legalizing not just sports gambling but also the ability of folks to create and wager on their own fantasy teams. And there's more:
Bet on it – sports wagering to become law
Sports betting in Arizona is a signature away from becoming legal after a lengthy and dramatic vote in the state Senate.
Ducey won’t tip hand on whether he’ll sign controversial election bills
Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday his decision on whether to sign some controversial voting bills won't be swayed by fears of losing the 2023 Super Bowl.
Now in Arizona: Hope Delivered Every 10 Seconds
A true testament to the grit and resilience of our community, Arizona has managed to move from a time of hopelessness and uncertainty to becoming a role model of strength and unity. While we need to stay vigilant and still have a long road ahead, standing shoulder to shoulder against an enemy we cannot even see will lead us to victory. This is genuine, authentic love in action, and it changes us a[...]
U.S. Supreme Court refuses to hear case on Arizona rental-car tax
Pima and Maricopa counties are going to get to keep tapping tourists to pay for their sports facilities.
Bill to protect secondary-ticket sales market tabled
When U2 made its final stop on the Joshua Tree Tour in Phoenix, Rep. Jeff Weninger almost couldn’t get into the show. The Chandler Republican had two tickets to the 2017 concert, but lost the credit card he’d used to purchase them. That old credit card number was tied to the tickets, and staff at […]
National anthem not ‘proper venue’ for activism, Ducey says
Gov. Doug Ducey added his voice Tuesday to those of politicians like President Trump in criticizing athletes who "take a knee'' during the Star-Spangled Banner.
Cardinals stadium tax ruling leaves state on the hook for $150M
A tax on renting cars to help pay off the Cardinals Stadium is illegal, a Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday.