Nextdoor: Useful neighborhood tool or threat to privacy?

Nextdoor: A SPECIAL REPORT Editor’s note - In light of recent international headlines, Wrangler News contributor Sammie Ann Wicks set out to learn more about...

Tempe assisted-living home provokes outcry as neighbors fear a disruption of quietude

By Joyce Coronel  “When you buy into a neighborhood and you live this long, you want neighbors. I didn’t build my house to have a...

Massive sports-entertainment project, Phoenix Rising soccer stadium, hotel expansion to boost Wild Horse Pass

Massive sports-entertainment project, Phoenix Rising soccer stadium, hotel expansion to boost Wild Horse Pass near West Chandler.

SOUNDING OFF: Neighbors livid over roar from newly widened Loop 101

Increased noise from the diamond-grinding finish that replaced rubberized asphalt on newly widened Loop 101 through Tempe and Chandler have neighbors within a half mile of it livid.

Hospitalized for 134 days, he beat odds in battle against COVID-19

Dr. Chirag Patel, a thoracic surgeon at Chandler Regional and St. Joseph’s Norton Thoracic Institute, says for those who aren’t taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously: Please do. Your life may depend on it.

Worsening coronavirus fears propel closures, cancelations

Editor's note: Since the initial publication of this article, numerous changes have occurred in the Tempe and West Chandler communities regarding COVID-19 prevention efforts. The...

Tempe, W. Chandler businesses face multiple challenges to keep up with changing landscape

By Joyce Coronel As the COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold, shoppers in Tempe and West Chandler are coming up against an unprecedented challenge: It’s nearly impossible...

Carvana to hire 200; remote work at first, then transitioning to Tempe corporate headquarters...

Tempe-based Carvana is hiring 200 employees for its customer-care team.

Chandler, Tempe ahead of governor in relaxing outdoor restaurant expansion

Chandler and Tempe were a step ahead of Gov. Doug Ducey when he announced his executive order Dec. 2 allowing restaurants to expand or create outdoor seating in an attempt to increase acceptable capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Teen’s success story debunks homeschool myth

Noah Kutz starts his day just like any other, with the helping of a delicious breakfast to motivate him up and out of bed...