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Arizona State University has committed more than $200 million to renovate Sun Devil Stadium in Spring 2015.
District 3 Councilmember Dennis Kavanaugh, will serve as the new chair of the Valley Metro Rail Board of Directors.
Plans for the Temple/Pioneer Park neighborhood will be discussed at an open house on June 24 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Saguaro Room at Mesa Public Library.
Mesa is the recipient of two $200,000 Brownfields Assessment grants from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The grants will fund property assessments near the Gilbert Road Light Rail Extension Route — a 1.9 mile stretch across Main Street.
ORLANDO, Fla. — It costs close to $100 a person to enter the gates of the Magic Kingdom or board the Hogwarts Express. But there are plenty of things to do in the Orlando area that are free, and none of them has anything to do with theme parks.
In the northern Arizona city of Williams, restaurant patrons don't automatically get a glass of water anymore. Residents caught watering lawns or washing cars with potable water can be fined. Businesses are hauling water from outside town to fill swimming pools, and building permits have been put on hold because there isn't enough water to accommodate development.
In this April 11, 2014 photo, Grand Canyon Railway train operations general manager Bob Baker poses with the rail cars that are storing water for use on the property in Williams, Ariz. Officials in Williams have declared a water crisis amid a drought that is quickly drying up nearby reservoirs and forcing the community to pump its only two wells to capacity. (AP Photo)
Fire officials say three people, including an infant, were taken to the hospital after a light rail accident in Mesa Tuesday night.
WASHINGTON — Diners could soon see calorie counts on the menus of chain restaurants.
MESA, AZ - A new construction project in downtown Mesa has drivers preparing for traffic changes and local businesses bracing for a potential drop in sales.
There’s a cozy little cottage that dates back to the 1930s in downtown Mesa surrounded by a white picket fence and vibrant green grass. It’s hard to miss the cottage despite its small stature because of its light green paint, purple shutters and touches of pink on the front porch’s railing.
PARIS — Without love, what is Paris? And yet what is a trip to Paris without unfettered vistas of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre or Notre Dame from bridges over the River Seine?
In a state full of wonderful and beautiful topography, Arizona also boasts a number of places to see nature from a different perspective — underground. The most famous of these sites is Kartchner Caverns, about 9 miles south of Benson.
It won’t happen any time soon, but city leaders want to bring light rail to Chandler.
The city of Chandler will host a Holocaust remembrance event on April 8 at 4 p.m. in the Chandler Center for the Arts.
Construction for the light rail on Main St. in Mesa where the line currently ends at Sycamore on Friday, April 4, 2014.
The city of Mesa opened up a new, state-of-the-art apartment complex as part of a plan to address homelessness in the city.
Do you ever feel like your life resembles the small, furry, rodent running on the spinning wheel of life; ever so busy, but never really going anywhere? Most people are involved in this sort of monotony, day in and day out without ever really noticing. Chances are you have become an expert in zoning out those 37 minutes that it takes you to subconsciously navigate the exact same route to and from work.
A Mesa man is in custody for allegedly hitting a former roommate in the head with a skateboard.
TUCSON — Nicknamed "Old Pueblo," Tucson is a city with many faces. It's a college town. It's an artist town. It's even still a Wild West town. Every February, southern Arizona's biggest city, located 115 miles (185 kilometers) below Phoenix, keeps schools open on President's Day but closes them later in the week for the annual Tucson Rodeo Parade.
In this Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014 photo, Jessamyn Hodge, of the South Boston neighborhood of Boston, leaps over a railing during a Parkour training class in Brookline, Mass. Parkour, developed in France in the 1980s, borrows elements from martial arts, gymnastics, rock climbing and other athletic fields to enable participants to turn obstacles like park benches, trees, guardrails, and buildings into tools they can use to nimbly propel themselves forward. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)