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.

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.

The inside story on how–and why–gyms fought back against Gov. Ducey’s executive order to...

A July 7 ruling from a Maricopa County Superior Court judge has forced the closure of gyms that had defied Gov. Ducey’s June 29 executive order.

Mall fight was random and isolated; W. Chandler still safe place, PD says

A March 12 fight at Chandler Fashion Center involving nine young men, including three who were stabbed, was random, police say, and both the mall and nearby neighborhoods are safe places.

For hometown heart doc, career is all in the family

By Diana Nelson It’s not every doctor who can say that they practice medicine in their hometown, but it’s true of Dr. Dan Sraow, a...

‘Brother, can you spare a dime?’ Merchants squeezing pennies as coins dry up

Calling all piggy banks, pickle jars, plastic baggies and purse bottoms: The federal government needs your accumulated pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters.

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue gears up for gala

Tempe-based Lost Our Home Pet Rescue will hold its 7th annual Holiday Champagne Brunch & Auction, featuring gifts for everyone’s holiday shopping list, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia. 

Tragedy strikes Corona community

It’s the kind of letter principals dread sending.

Profile: Corey Woods . . . City’s new mayor offers his vision for the...

“I think what our city needs now more than ever is someone who can build a coalition of diverse people and bring them to the table in an open, honest way to discuss some of our toughest topics."

It will take an ironman to navigate downtown Tempe streets on Sunday

It might be easier to enter Ironman 70.3 on Sunday than attempt to get around downtown Tempe on the multitude of streets that are closed or restricted during the day-long competition.