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The city of Tempe has become a national front-runner in LGBT equality after scoring a perfect score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
After over six years of producing and teaching theater skills to local youth, Copperstar Repertory Co. in Chandler has one show left before it permanently drops the curtain.
An annual survey from National Retail Federation showed an anticipated slight decrease in consumer spending on Halloween candy this year, compared with 2013.
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.
Two teary-eyed servers embraced. A sign was taped to the inside of the door, directing the remaining stragglers to exit out the side entrance. This door would never open to the same place again.
A comic book store specializing in graphic novels, gaming and collectables opened in a new and more profitable location in Mesa this month.
Thanksgiving is coming.
Participants all around the country are going to the extreme in order to compete in Tempe’s Ironman Arizona triathlon on Sunday.
An East Valley native-turned-Nashville-singer-and-songwriter plans to celebrate his musical journey in the place where it all started.
A Mesa preschool employee was sentenced to eight months in county jail and lifetime supervised probation on Oct. 31 after pleading guilty to accusations she wrapped a student in a blanket tightly.
MESA - Desert Vista swimming continued to display why it is one of the best programs in the state on Saturday’s championship finals.
Democrat Felecia Rotellini officially conceded to Republican Mark Brnovich in the race to become Arizona’s next attorney general.
The sixth annual Tour de Coop, a tour of 25 of the Valley’s best backyard chicken coops, will return on Saturday, Nov. 8.
The Phoenix International Raceway is teaming up with Phoenix Symphony and Barrett-Jackson Auction Company to celebrate their 50th anniversary through an evening dedicated to music and racing.
When Joshua Hayes didn’t know what he wanted to be when he grew up; all he knew was what he didn’t want to do.
Congressional District 5 Republican Matt Salmon held off Democrat James Woods on Tuesday to retain his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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.
Mark Mellis smiles and bobs his head in time with the jazz flowing from his piano and among the hustle and bustle of Tempe Marketplace. His friend, and partner for the evening, Donna Wilde joins him with her saxophone. A little girl stops in her tracks, dancing to the beat; a couple people sit in nearby chairs, applauding after each piece. Most people though merely pause, snap a couple of pictures and go about their business.
For Chantel Buchanan, it was growing up in a single-parent home; for Renzo Viccina, it was moving from a Third-World country.
Austin Nightingale broke free from a pack of would-be tacklers for a 55-yard rushing touchdown to help secure the win Oct. 24 against Gilbert High School.
Former Tempe High School teacher Joel Calderon has plead guilty to three counts of attempted sexual conduct.
The Department of Veteran Affairs released information this year on what some call a startling number of veteran suicides — 22 U.S. veterans commit suicide every day, and many of them had been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Desert Vista is down, but that doesn't necessarily mean the Thunder are out.
The college student-led Hong Kong protest has captured the attention of many in the Valley, especially Hong Kong students who are attending college here. Some people hope that the protesters will achieve their goals, while some hope that local students living in a comfortable environment will learn from it. There are others too who aren’t overly supportive of the protests.
Supporters of the Mesa Public Schools override say the $31.8 million dollars at stake are vital to keep the school district afloat, but opponents say the district would use those funds inefficiently.