It was 2007, nearly 10 years since Ward Walston had started awakening virtually every morning to confront another day, another construction site, another excruciating battle with the aches and pains that had grown progressively worse as the months and years wore on.
Dance studio owner Mary Wall started developing her talent at the gawky age of 5, hoping to one day join the famed Rockettes in New York City.
When your neighborhood mail carrier tells you he doesn’t buy the story that your cocker spaniel, whose bared fangs are inches from his ankle, never bites, don’t argue.
Bath? Check. Ears cleaned? Check. Teeth brushed? Check. Then it’s time to buckle on the uniform vest and head off to work.
Do you still have your early ballot on the kitchen table?
It’s been 20 years, but tears still roll down Sonya Brinton’s cheeks as she recalls what happened to her family on that fateful night during the summer of 1996.
When Linda Radke was a little girl, her grandmother stressed taking pride in her work and in having a good reputation.
Mexico needs to update its power grid, and with a $26 million grant and the help of an ASU engineering professor, the job has finally gotten the economic jolt it needs for work to begin.
Tempe and West Chandler were among the metropolitan areas hardest hit during the recession, during which homeowners lost as much as 50 percent of their home values.
Sandy Wood sits on the dark leather sofa in the living room of her Tempe home, thinking back on what it has meant to her to be a mother.