Tempe kids show gratitude via Art Center’s ‘Thank You, Heroes’ postings

In the midst of this pandemic and all the changes it has caused, heroes are emerging. Some are familiar faces—healthcare workers, first responders, teachers....

Pandemic creates ‘tsunami’ waiting to happen for state foster-care system

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By Lee Shappell In the best of times, securing safe, nurturing homes and support for the more than 14,000 children in Arizona’s foster-care system is...

Flyover to honor healthcare workers set for Friday, May 1

empe City Hall, the ASU campus and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital will be among sites of a Valleywide flyover by a formation of 15 aircraft involving Luke Air Force Base, the 56th and the 944th Fighter Wings, as well as the Arizona Air National Guard’s 161st Air Refueling Wing, in honor of Arizona’s front line COVID-19 responders.

For chronically mess-addicted, these sisters provide organized decluttering

Story & photos by Janie Magruder They shared a room as little girls, the elder sister often moving around the furniture and decorations in...

A community defined: How neighbors join efforts to assist those in need

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By Michelle Hirsch “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look...

WATCH: A message from the Wrangler team

As we continue to press through these challenging times, the Wrangler News team is still committed to delivering local stories to our local communities...

Hospital issues a plea; So. Tempe sisters launch mask production

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With the Centers for Disease Control now recommending that people wear cloth masks when they are in public in an effort to combat the...

Help agency says need for food, workers, support is on a rise

Story & photos by Alli Cripe Tempe Community Action Agency, one of the area’s most active social-service providers, says COVID-19 has not only increased...

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

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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...

Churches connect online during crisis

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By Noah Kutz Nearly every part of daily life has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, from average residents to the world’s most powerful...
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