Seventy-seven years ago on June 6, an epic operation, D-Day, was a turning point in World War II that led to the liberation of Nazi concentration camps.
Freeway Chevrolet in West Chandler funded construction of 30 school desks for kids in virtual learning to use at home.
Tempe's high schools once again send their best and finest on to the next step in their young lives as the Class of 2021 goes forward.
Experts say feelings of fear, anger, sadness, numbness or frustration have created a need for professional-services counselors to treat those problems.
The community colleges are mindful of not ruffling the feathers of Arizona State, Arizona and Northern Arizona, with whom they’ve been strong longtime partners in education.
Coupled with 400 new jobs at Scheels sporting goods, nearly 1,000 new Chandler jobs were announced this week; hiring is underway at CVS Health, Scheels opens in fall 2023 and will hire later.
A Chandler Fashion Center space will be gutted and re-emerge in two years as a 220,000-square-foot, employee-owned, all-sports retailer, Fargo, N.D.-based Scheels announced.
Among 28 felonies and four misdemeanors in a Grand Jury indictment, Jonathon J. Altland Jr., 25, of Tolleson, faces one count of first-degree murder in the death of Chandler Officer Christopher Farrar.
Fence maintenance will require ADOT to restrict southbound Price Road at Elliot to one lane 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.
Drivers on U.S. 60 through Tempe and Mesa will encounter rolling lane closures from Priest Drive to Country Club Drive 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. May 10-13 for pavement repairs.