Volunteers needed for Ostrich Festival

The Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival is back and in need of volunteers for its Child ID booth.
Ofo yellow bikes

New bike-sharing system cycles through Tempe

If you’ve spotted an unattended yellow bike parked in arbitrary spots around town, don’t fret—they do indeed serve a purpose.
Pollack Assistance League

Pollack’s generosity to shine once again

When one of the area’s oldest and most respected philanthropies decided to launch plans for this year’s spring fundraiser, it wanted to ensure not only a sure-to-delight theme but a couple of the Valley’s best-known personalities to add a bit of extra star-power to the event.

Crisis readiness: How Tempe schools prepare for the worst

It happened again. When the gunfire ceased in Parkland, Florida, a small community north of Fort Lauderdale, 17 people were dead. Families were shattered. Students...

Setting the record straight on water issues in Tempe

Editor’s note: The following, received Friday, Feb. 9, is a response to a commentary by Mary Lou Taylor that appeared in the Wrangler News...

McClintock bike lane work to begin (again) on Feb. 15

Story by Chelsea Flood Online video by Kody Acevedo https://www.facebook.com/WranglerNews/videos/1932838996760914/ Editor’s note: In our ongoing efforts to widen the accessibility of Wrangler News coverage, we’re now providing online videos...

Tempe looking to train teen lifeguards ages 15 and up for aquatics programs

The City of Tempe is looking for motivated teenagers ages 15 and up who are interested in becoming lifeguards.

Tempe council candidates share ideas, views with So. Tempe residents

Wrangler News photos by Kody Acevedo Candidates for Tempe City Council appearing at a public forum at Arizona Community Church, from left: Jennifer Adams,...

Teachers, artists among recipients of Tempe arts grants

Tempe has  awarded 18 arts grants of up to $750 each to teachers, artists and arts organizations that are investing in the community through arts and culture programming.

City’s rental subsidy proves a life-saver

For Tempe resident Jennifer Johnson, life often feels like a juggling act—working multiple jobs, going to school, raising four kids and handling whatever else life throws at her.