Brenda Warner had to ask Sulma Magana's forgiveness. The wife of the former Arizona Cardinals quarterback had lied to Sulma. The Warner's First Things First Foundation had helped Sulma and her daughters Angelique and Anahi find a home in Glendale. Brenda had not told her that the home would be furnished.
Derrick Hall is versatile. He spent Wednesday as emcee of the Waste Management Phoenix Open Tee Off Luncheon. The D-backs President spoke talked golf with defending champ Gary Woodland, college football with keynote speaker Kirk Herbstreit and baseball with AZ Family.
The Waste Management Phoenix Open Tee Off Luncheon has a history of bringing in big names as key note speaker. This year did not disappoint with ESPN College Football Analyst Kirk Herbstreit stopping through town on his way to call the ASU vs Fresno State in the Las Vegas Bowl.
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Josh Rosen spent his off day at Notre Dame Preparatory.
Christmas came early for students at Pensar Academy in Phoenix.
TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Larry Fitzgerald had a similar reaction to the Arizona Diamondbacks trading Paul Goldschmidt as many fans.
Danny Castaneda returned to the ice this week with a heavy heart. On Nov. 6, on his way home from work, Danny’s dad was killed in a motorcycle accident.
Sun Devils fullback Nick Ralston does most of his talking on the field.
Add Patrick Corbin to the All-Star starting staff the Washington Nationals have assembled.