Guy Landry Edi #10 of the Gonzaga Bulldogs dunks the ball against the West Virginia Mountaineers during the second round of the 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Consol Energy Center on March 15, 2012 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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PHOENIX - Phoenix television station KPHO (Channel 5) has been partially knocked off the air because of technical problems.
According to a story posted on their website, the station’s engineering department is working to resolve the issue.
The problem comes on the same day NCAA March Madness basketball swings into high gear on the channel.
KPHO says the issue affects Dish Network and antenna TV users, along with subscribers to Western Broadband Cable and Orbitel Communications.
KPHO also says the issue is expected to last through Thursday night, but they are streaming games online via the NCAA website .
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