MAG OKs independent noise study amid outcries over widened Loop 101

The Maricopa Association of Governments and Arizona Department of Transportation, at the request of Tempe Mayor Corey Woods, have agreed to an independent noise...

Calif. tech firm bringing headquarters, manufacturing facility to Chandler

California tech giant VIAVI is moving its headquarters and a manufacturing facility -- 100 jobs -- to Chandler.

Proposed voucher expansion assailed by Tempe public-schools supporter

The Arizona Senate this week approved a controversial school-voucher plan, which now goes to the state House of Representatives for consideration.

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.

MAG panel to hear discussion Tuesday about Loop 101 noise

A major disconnect remains between what Arizona Department of Transportation is saying and what hundreds of nearby angry neighbors are saying about noise from an experimental diamond-grinding finish on the widened Loop 101/Price Freeway through Tempe and Chandler.

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.

Home-improvement industry among those thriving during the pandemic

Gary McKay, owner of McKay's TrueValue Hardware in West Chandler, says the home-improvement industry is among those that have fared well during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lovebirds of more than 60 years recall falling hard when Cupid’s arrow hit

Valentine’s Day is nearly here and lovelorn residents of Tempe and West Chandler can only hope they become as fortunate as North Chandler Place senior-living center residents Ron and Darlene Johnson and Bud and Irene Woods, who've been married for more than six decades each.

County extending COVID-19 vaccine to all 65 and older effective Feb. 15

Maricopa County is opening COVID-19 vaccination shots to those 65 and older effective Feb. 15.

ASU studies new drug that might help smokers kick a COVID-adverse habit

Arizona State researchers are studying whether cytisinicline coupled with behavioral therapy might help smokers kick their habit, which is a COVID-19 risk factor.