It’s invisible and it’s potentially deadly. It’s leptospirosis and Valley veterinarians are warning pet owners about this dangerous and highly contagious disease.
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.
Those Hawaiian-print button-downs, leis, flip-flops, straw hats and sunblock-slathered noses that you’re seeing…no, you haven’t been whisked off to the white sands of Waikiki.
If you’re passionate about health care and would like to make $19 an hour, plus full benefits, there’s a new option in town for you.
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.
The Padres competed against Combs in their first track meet of the 2017 season taking first place in several events at the Marcos de Niza track.
In the 1980s and early 1990s, Nancy Reagan worked with the American people to fight drug abuse with a campaign slogan of “Just Say No.”
In an era characterized by both the contradictory elements of mega-churches and the waning influence of Christianity, South Tempe is home to a longstanding Episcopal congregation led Pastor Susan Wilmot, a native of Britain, who arrived in Tempe four years ago.
Desmond Wadsworth, or “Pastor Des” as he’s known to his flock at Grace Community Church, is anything but your typical pastor.
The Aztecs started the year with a strong group of seniors and dominated their competition the second half of the season to culminate in their championship win at the Division I State Wrestling Tournament in Prescott Valley.