In the aftermath of defeat, state Sen. Sean Bowie found consolation in the strength of a grassroots effort in the East Valley to train teachers on how to recognize the early warning signs of teen suicide.
Dynamic Worldwide Training Consultants is offering a Sexual Harassment Prevention Brown Bag Seminar 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, at 4500 S. Lakeshore Drive, Suite 600, Tempe.
As confetti rained down on Arizona State University’s eSports “Real Dream Team,” a sold-out CenturyLink Field Event Center crowd in Seattle watched the celebration unfold.
As Nick Crawford begins filling a chamber with fresh, oxygenated air, Brayden Smith puts on a robe and prepares for his weekly cryotherapy session at the Cryo Recovery Lab in Tempe.
Jacque Glessner of Tempe has been indicted by a state grand jury for allegedly operating a large-scale illegal cannabis extraction lab inside a condo.
Arizona State University recently added an interfaith reflection room and ablution rooms to its Memorial Union to accommodate students who want to practice their religious beliefs.
Tempe is quickly becoming one of the top destinations for technology companies in the country, with businesses throughout the sector vying for valuable office space in the city.
Jaime Lara, a professor of medieval and Renaissance studies at Arizona State University, resigned after it was discovered that he was a defrocked priest who had been accused of sexually abusing minors years ago.
Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill has closed its Tempe restaurant off of Mill Avenue and 6th Street, along with two others in the Valley. Z’Tejas said the locations weren’t as profitable as they had hoped.
Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell will deliver his State of the City Address on Friday, Nov. 3, from 7:15-9 a.m. at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Tempe-Phoenix, 2100 S. Priest Drive.
Tempe, which has one of the highest bicycle commuting rates in the country, is investing in more bicycle infrastructure to help keep cyclists safe and reduce the number of bicycle-related collisions.
Nestled between a Dutch Bros. coffee shop and an office of the American Federation of Astrologers in Tempe, one of the best-known brands in the Christian software world sits quietly in a satellite office.
A proposal to require the disclosure of the origins of major contributions in city elections will be discussed at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, in the multi-purpose room of the Pyle Center, 655 E. Southern Ave.
Mountain Park Health Center’s new Tempe location exemplifies the organization’s community-based approach to wellness by providing public spaces for outdoor activities and gatherings in addition to traditional health-care facilities.
Frank Reed, fire captain in the Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department, died Oct. 3 in a swimming accident while on vacation in Portugal.
Edward Jones is holding its eighth annual diversity career recruiting event 4:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, at its training center, 8333 South River Parkway, Tempe.
On Saturday afternoon, Latif Ahmed stood on a sidewalk in Tempe holding a red, white and blue sign reading “I’m A Muslim Ask Me Anything.” He laughed when asked if the American color scheme was purposeful. “What do you think?” Ahmed said. “We are just as American as you are. We like the same…
Businesspeople and residents were excited and concerned Sept. 13 at a public meeting updating the community about the construction of the Tempe streetcar this fall.
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