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Since winning the 2012 Miss Arizona competition, now 23-year-old Piper Stoeckel admits her life has drastically changed.
Broaden your beer knowledge this summer with Praying Monk’s “Summer School at the Monk” — a four-week beer tasting class focusing on ales and lagers (June 25), geographic beer styles (July 16), micro producers of the world (July 30), and unique and specialty beers (Aug. 13).
Enjoy a 1.3-mile "Stories of the Sky" hike while learning about the constellations, planets and stars of the desert night sky. A family four-pack of tickets to Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Park will be given away afterward.
Dale Hausner, convicted of six murders and a number of other crimes in a series of random shootings in 2005 and 2006, died Wednesday at Florence-area hospital after he was found unresponsive in his prison cell, according to the Arizona Department of corrections.
A bridge collapse has killed one person at a Loop 202 construction site in Mesa.
Visitors to Mesa's Celebration of Freedom June 29 are being asked to donate T-shirts to deployed troops overseas.
Mesa Unified School District, the largest in the state, tops the national average in graduation rates, according to a report issued in early June.
Longtime blues singer, songwriter and guitarist Boz Scaggs performs.
Summer vacation is wonderful until you run out of things to do. Not to worry though, LEGO KidsFest comes to the Valley just in time for the summer doldrums.
Mmmm, empanadas. If they sound good to you, you might be pleased to learn about Republica Empanada, a new restaurant opening in downtown Mesa.
While the scales differ, Mesa mayor Scott Smith expects several issues related to his roles as the head of Arizona’s third-largest city and the president of the United States Conference of Mayors to crossover.
Due in part to its popularity among the public, the City of Mesa is considering making the temporary four color-coded parking lots a permanent part of the downtown landscape.
The graduation class of 2011 at Skyline High school in Mesa is given their diplomas during a ceremony,Thursday, May 26, 2011. 502 students graduated from Skyline High school. [Tim Hacker, Tribune]
For Gilbert resident and Salt River Project journeyman lineman Josh Koon, the danger of his job doesn’t come from the 30 stories he rappels. Instead, the true moments of worry come when he isn’t thinking about the situation.
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will host the AJ’s Summer Wine Spectacular on Sunday, June 23.
A local branch of BERNINA of America will host its fourth-annual Quilter’s Garage Sale on June 22 to raise money for the American Red Cross.
The Mesa Police Department has arrested an adult and a juvenile for a homicide that occurred on June 15.
Online voting has begun in East Valley Biggest Loser, a local competition headed by John Rhode, winner of season 12 of the NBC TV show “The Biggest Loser.”
Members of the Mesa Unified School District governing board and administration discuss assessments, facilities and technology during the annual board retreat Tuesday, June 18, in Mesa.
We’ve seen plenty of adults react with glee when we’ve brought them to Inside The Bungalow, a Mesa coffee house that looks like something out of a storybook. Imagine, then, how the place looks through the eyes of a child.
Arizona students will still take the AIMS next year, but at least in Mesa, students will not have to take districtwide tests because the current assessments do not follow new education standards that will be taught in all classrooms.
Feed your inner islander at SanTan Brewery’s fifth annual Hawaiian fest, where you’ll enjoy surfer music, a pig roast and a heaping plate of pulled pork, steamed rice, macaroni salad and coconut haupia dessert. Mr. Pineapple wheat beer will also be served.
Attendees of the Southwest Ambulance Arizona Celebration of Freedom can add their own touch to the proceedings by adding a touch of color to the stars on a commemorative mural.
J.T. Gray transferred to Basha over the weekend, and if the Coolidge district so chooses, it can quietly let the issue die.
The local dance troupe CONDER/dance stages a complimentary showcase 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 19 at Tempe Center for the Arts. The performance includes original pieces, a dance film, and a special performance from Treeline Dance Works.
Valley METRO will provide a Mesa light rail construction update 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Lo Fi Coffee, 105 W. Main St., Mesa.
All-Tribune Softball First Team
Concho; Roosevelt Lake; Flagstaff
Go with what works, as pitching has for Val Kaff since age 6.
Tagged by Billboard magazine as an artist worth watching, Grammer’s hits include “Keep Your Head Up,” “Fine By Me” and “Miss Me.” He performs alongside Vicci Martinez, who gained a fan following after tying for third place on “The Voice.”
Two new restaurants have opened in recent months on the opposite side of Gilbert Road, both hawking tacos and more to the growing downtown Gilbert dining crowd.
Days before the state track and field championships last month, Brophy coaches outlined for their athletes what it would take to win the Division I title.
All-Tribune Boys First Team
Bowling alleys may hold zero mystique for you now, but as a kid, I’ll bet you peered down a lane just once, to the apparatus that swept the pins away and set up new ones, wondering what was back there and if any workers ever fell in and got squished, only to be discovered after it was too late.
Within the next five years, District 25 state Sen. Bob Worsley, R-Mesa, and his wife Christi hope to have Arizona’s first “world-class concert hall” adjacent to another city institution available for public use.
5 Questions with RON BURNS
It's hard to think of ways to honor dad on Father's Day, but Culver's is making it much, much easier with their $2 two-scoop sundaes.
The pop-country star, known as the “Celine Dion of country music,” performs live in Phoenix. Doors open at 6 p.m.
All-Tribune Girls Track First Team
The expectations thrust upon Ky Westbrook are sometimes entirely unfair.
Historic preservation is often challenging, but protecting Arizona’s historic buildings and neighborhoods is critical to economic growth, strengthening home values and maintaining Arizona’s identity.
Garmin has spent more than four years as a Chandler renter. Now, the company plans to build its own home and become a permanent resident.
For District 25 state Sen. Bob Worsley, the vote to approve Gov. Jan Brewer’s $8.8 billion budget with the Medicaid expansion intact was simply the logical thing to do.
State Sen. Bob Worsley, R-Mesa, discussed a number of issues during a taping of "Mesa Live" on June 14, including the reason why he supported Gov. Jan Brewer's Medicaid expansion. [Brett Fera/Tribune]