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Collegiate sports have a different feel about them than professional sports. Loyalties to alma maters run deep. Now Arizona State fans will have another NCAA team to cheer on.
High school students from across Arizona with an interest in learning about mobile apps can participate in Gilbert’s upcoming SPARK APP League competition.
Students at the East Valley Institute of Technology will host a run on Saturday to help rebuild a horse stable that supports disabled and ill children.
An Arizona State University student has received 18 months probation and a deferred jail term of 45 days on Nov. 19 in connection with the fatal fall of 18-year-old ASU freshman Naomi McClendon.
The Great Globe Project developed at the East Valley Institute of Technology is drawing crowds and fascinating young minds at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix.
The Dhaba India Plaza restaurant and marketplace is one of 10 Arizona business finalists for the 18th annual Spirit of Enterprise Awards given by Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business. These awards recognize firms for creating jobs, boosting the economy and delivering superior customer service.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — A man accused of sexually assaulting a 91-year-old woman in Tempe last month is being held without bond, authorities said Wednesday.
Ekwunze Job Owen Jr., 24, was taken into custody early Wednesday near the Arizona State University campus, according to Tempe police. He didn't have a lawyer at his initial court appearance, and a public defender was being appointed to his case.
Owen allegedly entered a woman's home last Saturday and then fled when she began screaming for help, police said. It was after the incident that Owen was positively identified as a suspect through DNA, police said.
Tempe Police Cmdr. Kim Hale said Owen allegedly has admitted to some of the crimes, including the October sexual assault.
Owen also is accused of at least three incidents of indecent exposure in Mesa since February 2012.
Police said Owen allegedly left DNA at several crime scenes, and it was matched to the suspect in the sexual assault of the 91-year-old woman on Oct. 18.
Officers with Tempe police, Mesa police and the U.S. Marshals Service worked to track down Owen.
Mesa Police Chief Frank Milstead said at a news conference that during the course of the investigation, authorities realized there was an established pattern and that the suspect was a "serialized criminal" and had been preying upon vulnerable victims.
"This guy was an opportunist," Milstead said. "He knocked doors in the area asking people to use their phone. He tried to befriend people."
The series of incidents began in Mesa in January 2012, and investigators have compiled information about trespassing and indecent exposures since then.
Students from East Valley Institute of Technology campuses recently took first and third in a driving safety contest.
A technology-based initiative, the One-to-One Program, that gives each student at the school a laptop or iPad device to be used during class time, recently debuted at Kyrene de la Esperanza Elementary School.
Phoenix Veterans Day Parade
Williams Field High School in Gilbert will perform its rendition of the musical comedy “Legally Blonde Jr.” from Nov. 20 to Nov. 22.
Ria Cheruvu is on the precipice of completing a major milestone in life, as she’s very, very close to receiving her high school diploma. What makes her story a little less common than the average high school graduate is the time of life when she’s graduating; the Arizona Connections Academy student is at an age when many students are picking up the basics of algebra.
With the hustle and bustle of over 80,000 students, workers, and faculty at Arizona State University — one of the nation’s largest universities — making it through one day without waste is nearly impossible.
As a person who speaks in front of crowds on a regular basis, I often get into funny conversations with people I meet. We have five campuses across the Valley so most people in our church hear me preach at a distance. When all you know is what you see from afar, or on video, real life has a way — evidently — of surprising you. I’ve been told that I’m shorter than they thought and even that I have more gray hair than they’d expect. I’ve been told all manner of observations that catch me completely by surprise. People tend to turn off their regular social filters in moments like these. Normal etiquette falls by the wayside as blunt truth takes over.
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Students from elementary schools across the East Valley will receive additional lessons about nutrition and health this winter as part of a free annual program organized by Blue Cross Blue Shield.
That faint noise you hear is the sound of pint-sized spooks, banshees, and vampires gathering on your lawn. They will soon be knocking at the door plastic pumpkins outstretched. Spare yourself the tricks and go ahead and give up the treats - the unhealthy, sweet, nougat-filled goodies in your cupboard.
Two high schools in Gilbert are in the midst of a competition to get a burger named after them for a month at a new downtown restaurant.
ANTHEM, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities say three Anthem high school students are in custody after an altercation with a campus police officer.
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office spokesman Christopher Hegstrom says a school resource officer at Boulder Creek High School attempted to take a juvenile into custody when two other youths became involved.
Hegstrom says the officer, an off-duty Sheriff's Sergeant, shocked one of the teens with a Taser.
He says two minors were detained at the school while a third was arrested on a street nearby.
Hegstrom says a security guard and one juvenile were injured in the incident.
Two juveniles have been charged with one count each of aggravated assault and disorderly conduct.
The third faces two counts of disorderly conduct.
Hegstrom did not say what motivated the initial detainment.
Charges have been dropped against one of three men accused of alcohol-related violations in connection with the fatal fall of an Arizona State University student.
Sun Valley High School students in Mesa are working to arrange funeral services for Marcus Reid, a teacher with no immediate family who recently died after a motorcycle accident.
Having to account for growing student enrollment, Leading Edge Academy came up with a unique solution to the problem — open up a brand-new facility at a former grocery store.