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Tempe's defense shined early, but faded quickly Friday in a 28-13 loss to Phoenix Sunnyslope in a nonregion game at Tempe.
September 4, 2004
October 8, 2004
Outlook: Tempe is ready for the next rung.
It’s hard to decide what I like best about Buffalo Wings & Rings: Is it one the best selections of craft beers on tap in the entire Valley? Or is it those beers are available at some of the best prices in the Valley?
Phoenix Coyotes' Keith Yandle (3), Bill Thomas (21) Steven Reinprecht (28) and Derek Morris (53) celebrate a goal against the Buffalo Sabres as Sabres' Henrik Tallinder (10) skates past during the second period of an NHL hockey g
An elderly Cave Creek man was mauled by a buffalo Monday as he was attempting to ride it.
Despite being outscored 24-13 in the fourth quarter, Tempe High held on to defeat visiting Flagstaff Coconino 63-59 in a 4A-II nonregion boys basketball game Wednesday night.
Tempe had to do something Tuesday night it didn’t have to do all season — rebound from a loss.
Notre Dame Prep’s Berekk Blackwell, left, and Tempe’s Fernando Zapata fight for the ball Tuesday during a 4A-II state boys soccer first-round match at Tempe High School.
Phoenix Sunnyslope broke through with its first win of the season by downing Tempe High 24-10 at Vikings Field.
First, a confession. I don't watch the Super Bowl. As a matter of fact, I rarely even know who is playing. Still, I'm well aware that it is far and away America's largest secular holiday and that the celebration requires not only watching the game on television, but also eating a hefty snack or meal while doing so.
CLARENCE, N.Y. - Hundreds of mourners gathered Saturday to remember a Sept. 11 widow killed in a commuter plane crash and the owner of the suburban Buffalo home that was destroyed by the crash.
Bill Wielinski , right, speaks at a memorial service for his brother Douglas Wielinski at the Clarence Middle School Auditorium in Clarence, N.Y., Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009.
Buffalo Wings & Rings, one of the country’s fastest-growing restaurant chains, has opened its first East Valley location on the northeast corner of Dobson Road and Chandler Boulevard in Chandler.
The still-active military installation Fort Huachuca will host a historical tour Saturday where visitors can learn about the contributions of the Buffalo Soldiers and how they lived in the unforgiving frontier of the West.