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Mercury, Charles agree to part ways after 18 games

PHOENIX (AP) — Tina Charles' stint in the desert was a short one. The Phoenix Mercury announced Saturday they agreed to terms on a contract divorce with Charles after 18 games. “After discussions with Tina and her agent, it was best for both parties to go our separate ways...
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What Tina Charles' departure means for the WNBA star, Phoenix Mercury

When Tina Charles signed with the Phoenix Mercury this past free agency, expectations soared of what the Mercury, fresh off a trip to the 2021 WNBA Finals, could do after forming an apparent superteam. Charles, the 2012 WNBA MVP, would be joining forces with the league's all-time leading scorer in Diana Taurasi, five-time All-Star Skylar Diggins-Smith, seven-time All-Star Brittney Griner and a budding young talent in Diamond DeShields.

Roe v Wade: Protesters tear-gassed outside Arizona State Capitol

A video uploaded to social media shows police inside Arizona's state capitol building shooting at a crowd of outside. The incident occurred in Phoenix, one day after a US Supreme Court ruling removed US women's constitutional right to abortion. The Supreme Court's decision could dramatically change life for millions of...

Phoenix ranks No. 2 among hottest housing markets in U.S.

Whether you are interested in selling your home for a large profit or researching the most friendly market for first time home buying, House Method conducted a study to rank the hottest (and some of the cooler) housing markets in the U.S. — and Phoenix ranks No. 2 among the hottest housing markets in the U.S.

Phoenix police seek information on death of man found shot on bridge near I-10

PHOENIX — Police are investigating the death of a man who was found shot to death on a bridge that goes over the I-10 freeway in Phoenix on Thursday. Officers responded to the pedestrian bridge located at 11th Avenue and Moreland Street around 3:30 a.m. and found a man in his late 30’s who had been shot, the Phoenix Police Department said in a press release.

Arizona Senate Republicans claim cops stopped an INSURRECTION at state capitol by firing tear gas at protesters furious at Roe v Wade ruling when they tried to storm the building and 'defaced memorials'

Arizona state senators have said the Phoenix Police Department stopped an insurrection with their actions during a protest outside the state Capitol complex on Friday night. Riot police deployed tear gas as protesters banged on doors and windows during the demonstration. Despite the apparent seriousness of the protest, no arrests were made.

Tina Charles and the Mercury agree to contract divorce, Charles to join Storm

In a shocking bit of news, the Phoenix Mercury announced Saturday that they agreed to a contract divorce with Tina Charles. The team issued a press release with a statement from general manager Jim Pitman that said, “After discussions with Tina and her agent, it was best for both parties to go our separate ways at this time. Due to circumstances both in and out of our control, our season has not gone according to our plan, and we will continue to pursue all avenues for improvement.”

Baby dies days after nearly drowning in bathtub; babysitter arrested, police say

EL MIRAGE, Ariz. (Arizona’s Family/Gray News) - Police in Arizona say a baby who nearly drowned earlier this month in a bathtub has died and his babysitter was arrested. Arizona’s Family initially reported that Cynthia Gaddy, 49, was charged with child neglect after a 1-year-old baby she was watching had to be rushed to the hospital in critical condition after nearly drowning in the bathtub on June 16.

'I felt very scared': Arizona DPS, senators describe escalation of Phoenix protest

Up to an estimated 8,000 people gathered in downtown Phoenix on Friday evening to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. What was a peaceful protest escalated into “anarchical and criminal actions by masses of splinter groups” at the Arizona Capitol complex, according to a statement issued by state police on Saturday.   ...

Protestors expected to Arizona State Capitol for a second day

The Scottsdale-based company distributes leftover food from restaurants and grocery stores to non-profits that help feed the hungry. Protestors sprayed with tear gas at state capitol after Roe v. Wade decision. Updated: 19 hours ago. |. Thousands of people marched around the streets of the state capitol to protest the...

Diamondbacks Game Preview #73: 6/25 vs. Tigers

When it comes to looking at Tigers who are “D-backs killers,” the conversation pretty much starts and ends with one name: Miguel Cabrera. He’s not just the only player on the current roster to have been with the team when they last played the Diamondbacks in 2017, his history against Arizona for Detroit goes all the way back to 2008. And that’s just as a Tiger. His first career games against the Diamondbacks was five years prior to that, and he homered in his opening PA versus us. That came off Miguel Batista, which should give you some idea of how long ago that was: July 28th, 2003, to be precise, going 2-for-4 with that home-run.