Kids neglected in foster care find new love in special place a continent away

Tempe couple providing loving home to three children who were removed from an abusive environment in South Carolina.

W. Chandler economy gains punch as Tenn.-based keyboards firm expands

Tennessee-based Mechanical Keyboards recently acquired a 74,000-square-foot flex industrial building in West Chandler, and will employ approximately 40.

A great story . . . and here’s the kicker: Friends raise funds...

Friends raise funds for former Tempe Marcos de Niza High groundbreaking kicker Krysten Muir, who suffered a spinal-cord injury in a car accident that left her partially paralyzed.

Project to become an Eagle proved full of real-life experiences for Scout

For Eagle Scout rank, Anderson Conkle painted a 25-foot by 8-foot mural as part of a beautification plan at Desert Cross Church, which hosts Troop 379.

I-10 Broadway Curve lanes restricted through Tempe for work April 23-25

Lanes will be restricted April 23-25 on Interstate 10's Broadway Curve through Tempe as surveying work is done in advance of an 11-mile major rebuilding and improvement project that begins this summer.

WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR Tempe educator’s art, poetry lift her onto first...

Tempe resident and South Mountain Community College professor Dr. Sian Proctor is among four astronauts selected to Inspiration 4, the first all-civilian SpaceX mission, which could launch as early as this fall.

Valley Metro to cut N. Tempe Express, tweak other area bus routes April 26

Valley Metro is making several changes to bus service in Tempe effective Monday, April 26, including elimination of Route 520, the North Tempe Express, due to low ridership.

First of its kind Arizona group aids pets losing homes due to pandemic

Pet Housing Help AZ Task Force was formed hastily in Arizona to assist low-income families at risk of losing pets during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Tempe humanitarian earns Nobel nomination for lifetime of service

Tempe humanitarian Raveen Arora has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.

Arizona Gives Day on April 6 more vital than ever as nonprofits struggle

April 6 Arizona Gives Day more vital than ever as many struggle to recover financially from pandemic.