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The Chandler Center for the Arts plans to hold open auditions for a production of the comedic play "Tony n' Tina's Wedding."
Little did Oliver Springs, Tenn., native Levi Kreis realize his silly antics on the piano as a kid would help pave the way to Broadway fame and the Tony Awards.
Chandler running back Paul Perkins (28) escapes from Westview's defensive back Tony Ahumada (9) as he follows the block of Tyler Shank (77) who block Westview defensive back Chuks Amaechi (1) in the first quarter of a first-round playoff game Nov. 4
Drug use at the workplace is resulting in a growing number of injuries as well as more workers’ compensation claims in Arizona and the Valley, the head of a workers’ compensation company says.
SAN FRANCISCO - The online diaries known as Weblogs, or ‘‘blogs,’’ seemed like a lot of inconsequential chatter when they surfaced a few years ago.
Members of churches of many Christian denominations from across the United States will be praying as the nation approaches Election Day, Nov. 6. The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) put together and culminated a massive pre-election prayer vigil to go until voters head to the polls election day.
A new Scottsdale company is fulfilling the last wishes of people who are about to die.
Lightning struck twice at Mesa High Friday night. The first time — a real one — gave everyone a scare. The second was the impetus for Mesa Red Mountain ending Mesa's unbeaten streak.
SAN FRANCISCO — Smoke detectors frequently produce more headaches than useful warnings. The devices have an irritating habit of shrieking when there's no cause for alarm, and always seem to wait until the middle of the night to chirp when their batteries run low.
When it comes to making a case that they’re the best team in East Valley Region, the Mesa Jackrabbits have a point. They only wish they’d had five more.
The Scottsdale City Council said the self-evaluations of City Manager Jan Dolan and three other high-ranking officials should not be released to the public, saying the employees wrote the reviews with the impression they would remain private.
The Gilbert Town Council on Wednesday will consider hiring an attorney in an attempt to overturn a new state law that calls for the town to provide fire service to county islanders.
Here are some of the best performances from the East Valley in Week 9:
BAGHDAD, Iraq - U.S. troops intent on crushing resistance pushed ahead Tuesday with sweeps that have grabbed more than 400 people, while the American military reported that a sniper had gunned down one of its soldiers in Baghdad with a single shot in his back.
WASHINGTON - U.S. special operations forces on Wednesday scoured the site of a Baghdad building leveled by American bombs, searching for evidence that Saddam Hussein was inside at the time of the blasts, officials said.
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May 24, 2005
The man who made "Psycho" was no lightweight, though he kind of comes off that way in "Hitchcock."
The Suns turned to their two-time Most Valuable Player in the closing minutes of Game 5 Tuesday. For one of the few times in his career, Steve Nash didn’t respond.
MILWAUKEE • Tony Clark slept through a scheduled lunch with ex-teammate Craig Counsell and several Diamondbacks on Wednesday, but it was understandable. He had been up all night digesting the Tuesday loss.
Despite some misgivings, the Scottsdale City Council Tuesday narrowly approved pay raises for the city manager and three top administrators.
NEW YORK - Beware of harmful side effects from the pharmacist serving Wisteria Lane. He's pretty creepy, with his simpering smile, embarrassed manner and dead brown eyes. George Williams is the sort of guy you're glad to be separated from by a drugstore counter.
LOS ANGELES - Janet Leigh's most famous scene was so terrifying it put her off showers for the rest of her life.
Contributing columnist Jerry Brown
SAN FRANCISCO - Five months and thousands of weddings after California's highest court sanctioned same-sex marriage, anxious eyes around the nation will closely follow voters Tuesday as they decide whether to turn back the clock.