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The Annual Frontier Days Rodeo in Prescott is a tradition rooted deep in the town’s history and culture since the rodeo’s beginning in 1888. Cronkite News found out that its not just the history of the rodeo that makes this time of year special for the city, its the millions of dollars the rodeo brings in. (Video by Torrence Dunham/Cronkite News)

 

The energy product Glukos is trying to break into a highly competitive sports nutrition market by incorporating only glucose in its products. (Video by Torrence Dunham/Cronkite News)

Tempe Town Lake will be drained and closed off to the public until the end of April to finish the dam construction on the western side of the lake. How does this closure affect businesses and athletes who rely on the lake? Cronkite News Reporter Torrence Dunham has the story.

Spring training is back in action and that means the Peoria Diamond Club’s volunteers,also known as the red-shirts, will be assisting fans at the ballpark again. However, it is in the community where the organization makes the biggest difference.

Playworks are changing the environment at lunchtime in schools across the country and right here in Arizona. Torrence Dunham has the story about how the Phoenix Suns joined in to help the cause.

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