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Police detective shares tips to combat recent ‘crimes of opportunity’ at area businesses

Tempe Police Detective Ryan Cook says crimes of opportunity against small businesses often are preventable by securing the outside of the building.

THE STRAIGHT POOP: Tempe firm pays stool-sample donors in its research of potentially fatal germ

C. difficile can cause severe inflammation of the colon and other debilitating symptoms that can lead to death.

Tempe producer presents world-acclaimed pianist April 16 for Jazz Appreciation Month

The Tamir Hendelman Trio will perform an April 16 Jazz Appreciation Month concert, presented by Tempe's Woody Wilson, at Ravenscroft Hall.

Over Easy, Hickman’s Family Farms partnering in April to help United Food Bank feed the hungry

Over Easy, with one of its 11 Valley restaurants in Chandler, and Hickman’s Family Farms are once again teaming to raise funds and collect eggs for United Food Bank. Last year, the promotion...

NUN OTHER LIKE IT: Fundraising run at Kiwanis Park for the Poor Clares monastery draws 1,000

The annual Desert Nun Run raises money to support the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration at Our Lady of Solitude Monastery.

Tempe-based refugee-assistance group braces for new wave seeking fresh start in the U.S.

Welcome to America Project assists refugee families relocating to the Valley through the U.S. State Department.

Northbound State Route 143 closed this weekend from I-10 to Washington Street near airport

Crews will be setting up work zones ahead of bridge construction on the 143 over University as part of the Interstate 10 Broadway Curve Improvement Project.

THE HEART OF A LION: Tempe educator’s dream of blasting into space at long last came true

Dr. Sian Proctor once was rejected by NASA in its astronaut program -- but that didn't stop her, and her persistence paid off.
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