Wrestlers, like most high school athletes, use their summer vacation from school to sharpen their skills against the best competition they can find to further their specific athletic development in preparation for the high school season.
You know how they say Arizona’s a dry heat?” asks Ralph Remington.
As terror attacks become more commonplace, the oft-repeated catchphrase “See something, say something” has Tempe and West Chandler residents wondering: What exactly does it mean?
As the crisis in Venezuela continues to escalate, three people who fled their economically crumbling nation and have taken refuge in Tempe and West Chandler have expressed their fears over rapidly deteriorating and increasingly dangerous conditions.
Tempe is home to the largest university in the U.S., but it’s also home to a burgeoning population of senior citizens.
Flora Farago helped bring 500 ASU students together to fight social injustice. Kristyn Taylor St. Yves organized teens at Tempe High School to serve as peer educators for middle school students. A team from Kyrene del Norte Elementary School laid the framework for an exploration of the relationships between race and schooling. All these and […]
After being on top with three straight state championship seasons to their credit, it’s been and up and down year for the Aztecs and new head coach Neil MacDonald.
You’ve seen them standing at the freeway exits or on street corners, holding makeshift signs with scrawled pleas for assistance.
Tempe resident Erika Jacobs and Corona del Sol graduate Jason Soronson don’t know each other but share an uncommon insight.
Chandler will officially kick of the holiday season Dec. 5 with its annual Parade of Lights and Tumbleweed Tree Lighting ceremony.