Starting early helps ensure overall health later in life

If Roxanne Huber or Stacy Tracy had been my childhood dentist, I might have a healthier mouth today.

Why this job is easy to love [Hint: It’s not just the job, it’s...

I’ll have to admit that I was happily surprised at the number of responses we received from our recent tribute to the many talented people I've had the privilege of working with and knowing these past years.

The sometimes agonizing, frequently enlightening, lessons learned on the road to becoming a journalist

I’ve had the pleasure of writing about sports and a number of other topics for Wrangler News for a little over a year.

$6,000 pre-school grants now available

Through strategic partnerships with three noted social-service providers, Summit School of Ahwatukee is making eight $6,000 pre-school scholarships available to area children.

Real estate prices show surprising momentum

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.

Drive helps area’s underprivileged

Arizona, with its dry desert heat, attracts thousands of snow birds each year, people who are tired of shoveling snow.

LGBT group meets with Islamic leaders

In a demonstration of mutual respect and unity, the city of Tempe Gay-Straight Alliance met June 15 for the first time with representatives of Tempe’s two Islamic faith communities.

An awakening: terrorist attacks can happen anywhere, any time

By Kody Acevedo SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — “You never think it could happen here…not here…why here?” Those are some of the clichés we hear after...

Dental offices again buying back post-Halloween candy for Operation Shoebox

Staff at the dental offices of Tempe Smile Design will be doing their annual candy buyback program to benefit Operation Shoebox, a charitable program that embraces a practical mission of providing hands-on support for U.S. troops deployed overseas and returning home.

SRP OKs clean-power agreement

A structure originally conceived by Tempe-based First Solar Inc. in east Mesa and now owned by Apple will give Salt River Project customers in Tempe and West Chandler a new way reducing the carbon footprint attributed to electric power, thanks to an agreement approved by SRP’s board of directors.