Boy’s autism takes positive new direction as Mt. Pointe sports announcer

With stadium lights blazing and the high school band playing, the Mountain Pointe football team—the Pride--ran onto the field.

Businesses scrambling to meet new wage mandate

In a survey distributed to members of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, about half of the business owners responding said they're facing difficulties in adjusting operational strategies to meet the requirements of Proposition 206, the wage and time-off measure adopted by Arizona voters last November.

Resolutions falling by the wayside? It’s not too late

New Year’s resolutions, if you jumped on that familiar bandwagon when 2017 rolled around, likely have already found their way again into the pile of broken dreams.

Kiwanis-affiliated teens support Courage to Care

Corona del Sol High School’s KEY Club, a volunteer-based, Kiwanis-affiliated organization, will host Courage to Care Day on Saturday, Nov. 14, inviting community members to help make crafts for patients at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

Memorial wall pays tribute to area’s first responders

Chandler Regional Medical Center, home to one of the Valley’s newest Level One trauma centers, will honor East Valley first responders at a unique recognition ceremony held in the hospital’s chapel.

A final tribute for Wade

A 2016 Corona del Sol graduate has been laid to rest after being struck by lightning atop Humphreys Peak near Flagstaff.

Talk, love still best tools for parents to help kids avoid harm from drugs,...

The only thing more stressful than being a teen navigating high school is being the parent watching over that teen.

Chandler Center features artist’s imagery

Pieces that seem to represent a hodgepodge of everyday and non-everyday images form the building blocks of Mary Bruns.

MCC among colleges laying out a welcome mat for newly displaced ITT students

Mesa Community College has joined its 10 sister campuses Valley-wide in responding to the recent closure of three ITT Technical Institute locations, offering help to the now displaced ITT students as they transition into a new educational environment.

A hole in 1: Custom-crafting doughnuts one at a time

Eric Davis prides himself on being a creative person, and he’s also a veteran of the doughnut industry.