Janie Magruder


MY 90 MINUTES WITH WAYMO: Strife in the fast lane? None during rides chauffeured by ‘Autonomous’

What is it like to ride in a driverless vehicle? Our Janie Magruder gives it a try and shares her experience.

Teacher says Corona student Santas, spreading joy outside their comfort zone just to make a kid happy, ‘is a better lesson than I could...

Holiday Buddies benefits Crockett Elementary, an inner-city Phoenix school attended primarily by homeless and refugee children, 100 percent of whom qualify for free and reduced-price meals.

A Thanksgiving story: Tempe employee made most of opportunities that gave him new life of dignity

Once so down on his luck as an unemployed drug addict that he lived on the street, Ron Ackerman gives thanks that he now has a job, a home and the return of family that once shunned him.

Giving Tuesday on Nov. 30 an opportunity to support, offer thanks to local nonprofits

An array of nonprofits in Tempe and West Chandler will benefit from Giving Tuesday on Nov. 30.

For 10 bright Marcos de Niza High freshmen, courses taught in second language are no duel

Ten freshmen are enrolled in the new Dual Language Program at Marcos de Niza High, the only such program in Arizona, according to Tempe Union High School District officials.

Interested in chess? Maybe German? How about health careers? There’s a club for it at Corona

Student life at Corona del Sol High in Tempe includes a multitude of opportunities for extra-curricular activities across a wide, diverse spectrum.

The honor is theirs: Marcos de Niza’s growing AP program driven by renewed thirst for learning

The AP Scholars program at Marcos de Niza High, spearheaded by two teachers, is beginning to gain credibility and attract new members.

Janie Magruder