Growing up in Tempe, Sarah Kader learned early in life about giving back to the community.
Anthony Knowles relaxes in his law office and thinks back to the day in 1988 when he nearly lost his life.
By Joyce Coronel The flash of fireworks, the aroma of family barbecues, joyful echoes of splashing in the pool, and of course, strains of the Star Spangled Banner: These are just some of the colorful signs that America’s Fourth of July Independence Day celebrations are underway across the nation. It’s the day we celebrate the […]
Though Manchester, England lies more than 5,000 miles from Tempe, a deadly terror attack there last month following a concert has grabbed worldwide attention, including that of Sgt. Josie Montenegro and fellow officers at the Tempe Police Department.
It might have been hard to do, but planners of last year’s Tempe Oktoberfest were quick to admit their miscalculation: bringing in professionals to stage the popular downtown fest was akin to New Coke’s marketing fiasco.
Players stood in a huddle on the field at Seton Catholic Prep during a flag football game on a warm spring afternoon.
So many residents poured in to a meeting at the Tempe Public Library to discuss proposals for the realignment of McClintock Drive that city workers scrambled to wheel in stacks of additional chairs.
With 12,000 children in foster care in Maricopa County alone, the ability to have a positive impact on these young lives might seem to be more in the realm of superheroes rather than mere mortals.
In its unending quest for stories wonderful and (occasionally) weird, Wrangler News unearthed two seemingly ferocious creatures that have taken up residence in the front yard of an otherwise serene South Tempe neighborhood, which until recently reported very few remnants of the Triassic Era.
Pastor Troy Schmidt of Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Tempe keeps a hard hat on his desk.