Dignity expert to speak Wednesday, Sept. 12 on life-saving research

Tempe resident Bob Benton says he owes his life to Dr. Nabil Dib.

Hard work and achievement, not gender, pave the way for females in police careers

For some of Chandler’s finest, it’s just another part of life.

Chandler chief to help 400 AZ police agencies meet 21st Century challenges

After 30 years in law enforcement—the past two as chief of the Chandler Police Department—Sean Duggan is taking on one of the potentially most influential roles of his career: chairman of Arizona’s quietly essential Criminal Justice Commission.

Music store ukulele classes begin June 28

Break out the Hawaiian shirts and leis: kids ages 6-16 will be strumming their way through group ukulele classes at The Music Store beginning June 28 and running through July 26.

Seton ‘Buddies’ take the field with special-needs athletes

Players stood in a huddle on the field at Seton Catholic Prep during a flag football game on a warm spring afternoon.

Race to recruit ‘superheroes’ as advocates for foster kids

With 12,000 children in foster care in Maricopa County alone, the ability to have a positive impact on these young lives might seem to be more in the realm of superheroes rather than mere mortals.

For Valentine’s Day 2016, a grieving mom gains a new look

Brenda Vanderbur sat inside Ragtops Salon in south Tempe, awaiting a pre-Valentine’s Day makeover session with stylist and co-owner Ginger Braaten.

Divergent views as Tempe nears end of bike-lane study

The public meetings are over and the online-comment period has ended.

Ashford University lands in South Tempe

800 new jobs said to be coming to South Tempe offices

Bulldozers pave way for church’s future

Pastor Troy Schmidt of Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Tempe keeps a hard hat on his desk.