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Lifesaving Narcan boosts Tempe PD’s efforts to counter lethal threat of...

Every Tempe police officer will soon carry a supply of lifesaving naloxone for people who overdose on opioids as part of a comprehensive federal grant...

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Area neighbors drain hopes of oil-change-site proponents

Story and photo by Lee Shappell Opponents of a proposed Valvoline oil-change facility at McClintock Drive and Warner Road won another rousing battle on...

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Local Hall of Fame honorees share myriad experiences, skills, successes

Three Tempe residents and one from West Chandler are among the 11 alumni and community members who were welcomed into Mesa Community College’s Hall...

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Area neighbors drain hopes of oil-change-site proponents

Story and photo by Lee Shappell Opponents of a proposed Valvoline oil-change facility at McClintock Drive and Warner Road won another rousing battle on...

Cryotherapy: Novel approach helps with pain, weight loss, reduction in anxiety and depression

Judi Achore has no particular thoughts of abandoning the Valley’s scorching heat for someplace cooler. Besides, she learned recently, Greenland is not for sale. Yet...

Pesky roof rats are back, and don’t let those cute faces fool you

Are you getting your house ready for those guests who typically start arriving as soon as the weather cools off? Here’s one you might...

Protests mount against two South Tempe projects

By Sammie Ann Wicks Impending commercial development of two key adjacent corners in South Tempe has nearby neighbors scrambling to protest and resist the move....

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Schools recognized for stressing the value of positive behavior

By Gabrielle Dunton “When your focus is on the good, it makes life a whole lot better.” That’s the first thing that comes to mind when...

ASU President: Plenty to ‘Crow’ about

By Noah Kutz To those who ask what ASU’s ranking “#1 in innovation” actually means, ask no further. Perhaps if you’ve seen a billboard or...

No-tuition grants open new doors for MCC, Tempe students

Special for Wrangler News Seventeen Mesa Community College dual enrollment students studying early childhood education at the East Valley Institute of Technology are recipients of...

Education experts offer insiders’ look at needs, concerns, values

Approximately 20 percent of the positions now open in Arizona’s school districts remain unfilled, many of them associated with higher-level math and science departments and...

Sports Notebook

Championship-event runners all deserve recognition; here it is

By Alex Zener The Tempe City Cross Country Championship was held Oct. 23 at Kiwanis Park, where athletes from all Tempe Union high schools ran...

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