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The deaths of 24 horses during Turf Paradise’s current racing season has raised concern because the number is much higher than the national average.

Turf Paradise is making headlines for the wrong reasons early in the horse racing season - since Nov. 5, 24 horses have died at the north Phoenix track, including 11 while racing, a death rate is nearly twice the national number in 2020. Read more»

Organizers are excited about the economic impact the state could see from Super Bowl LVII. Concerts and fan events will not only be in Glendale but in communities around the Valley.

When the Super Bowl - one of the world’s most popular sporting events - returns to Arizona on Feb. 12, 2023, the country and the state's economy will enjoy the fruits of an effort that has been in the works since the spring of 2018. Read more»