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Google Engineer Jessie Chavez will be the keynote speaker at Gilbert’s 3rd annual mobile application development competition on Jan. 30.
It was 1972 and Ramon Elias had just graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in recreation. He was looking for a job like any college kid fresh out of school.
The celebration heading into next week’s Super Bowl matchup will include a party in Tempe to provide information about autism and recognize a Glendale student’s achievements.
Bubba is a 2-year-old Basset blend. He landed at Friends for Life Animal Rescue in Gilbert by way of the Yuma Humane Society, where he was considered a stray.
The spring 2015 arts events season at Arizona State University’s West campus will feature concerts, films, visual art installations and more.
On Monday Desert Vista and Skyline boys basketball teams stepped onto the hardwood just like they normally do. They laced up their sneakers the same as always, the only difference was they weren’t playing in a high school gym that night.
PHOENIX -- Insisting it will protect individual rights and create better citizens, the House and Senate voted Thursday to make Arizona the first state in the nation to require students to pass a civics test to graduate.
Associa Arizona has been selected to manage the Cooley Station North Community Association.
PHOENIX -- Quick: Do you know how many amendments there are in the U.S. Constitution? Can you explain the "rule of law"? And can you name at least one of the writers of the Federalist Papers?
Benevilla announced the appointment of five new members to the 2015 Benevilla Board of Directors: Adam Carlat, Kelly Crane, Steve Pope, Pastor Vernal Anderson and Dr. Cheryl Hedegaard.
Being recognized for one’s craft is always a rewarding feeling; whether it comes in a form of a “thank you” or an award.
Sam Irving’s life began with silence. He said little for the first four years of his life, his language skills the equivalent of a 16-month-old when he was 4.
One young Mesa resident is contributing to help others understand the full cost of credit card debt in the form of a new Android application.
I read J.R. Fisher’s letter to the editor (Dec. 21). One could conclude from the content of this person’s letter that he has no concept of the principle of the reasonable suspicion which after an interview of a person could develop into probable cause to arrest for a crime that has been committed OR IS ABOUT TO BE COMMITED such as a bank robbery or obstruction of a public servant. Get it now Fisher? He runs his mouth with limited or no knowledge of the authority police have to contact, stop, detain, by force if necessary, and investigate a complaint. And speaking of, what is scary is that an ignorant person such as the author of this letter has the same right to make such a judgment call and contact the police. I find the Scottsdale Police to very responsive, professional, and thorough. To think a 55-year-old man is not capable of committing a crime such as bank robbery or assault only goes to prove that ignorance knows no age. Stick to what you think you know ... sitting in a car drinking coffee and reading a book.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Tired of hearing people grouse about a tuned-out, apathetic younger generation?
Eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon wrote a letter to the editor of New York’s Sun, and the quick response was printed as an unsigned editorial Sept. 21, 1897. The work of veteran newsman Francis Pharcellus Church has since become history’s most reprinted newspaper editorial, appearing in part or whole in dozens of languages in books, movies, and other editorials, and on posters and stamps — and today in the Daily News-Sun.
I wish we could count on the message of the Christ child to bring peace to the land; to elevate concerns for our fellow souls to the top of our gift lists. I wish mentally ill shooters of children and crazies who hammer innocent motorists to death never were. I wish ignorant, opportunistic looters would go poof in the night. I’m not sure that mankind is any more civilized than 2000 years ago, though we think we’re smarter than ever.
Rex Bowser sits down at a small table in the corner of a Starbucks in Chandler. The longtime Seton Catholic football coach sips his coffee in a laid-back, relaxed manner and begins to tell the story of his more than four-decade-long career.
Sticky cheeks, dirty hands, and smiling faces.
There’s a class of approximately 12 people — 11 women and one man — sitting with notebooks and writing utensils grouped together in quasi-teams near 9:45 on a Thursday morning. The class is in a room filled with desks designed for much smaller people — the facility, the Eisenhower Center for Innovation, is technically one of Mesa Public Schools’ elementary facilities — which the attendees visit every Monday through Thursday for three hours.
Schools are working harder than ever to provide well-balanced meals that meet new federal nutrition standards and appeal to students.
Every generation dreams of saving America. Every new generation dreams of rescuing it from some great evil, treating it as if it were Penelope Pitstop. Every generation wants to return America to a former glory defined most clearly by its opaqueness.
My Pink Adventure Tours Grand Canyon adventure began bright and early in Tempe where my companion and I were picked up at a nearby hotel by a Pink Jeep tour bus. We were greeted by Mike Sheets, our happy and comical tour guide for the day. Provided in the comfy tour bus were snacks and water to keep us satisfied throughout the grand adventure. As Mike welcomed us and shared a little about the tour, we were off to pick up additional adventurers at other nearby hotels in the area.
The recovery of home prices in Arizona appears to have all but stalled.