As teachers rally for higher pay, Arizona’s tax code exempts $13.5B from collection

Several thousand Arizona teachers descended on the state Capitol March 28 as part of the national “Red for Ed” movement, demanding state legislators and Gov. Doug Ducey provide funding to increase pay for educators by 20 percent.

Forum stars candidates for Tempe City Council

Candidates’ signs are on every corner, but who are those candidates?

Deadline for Love Your School Kyrene Contest looms

Schmuck said he started the Love Your School Kyrene project because it’s “a way to donate funds to the classrooms in Kyrene and inspire other individuals and businesses to do the same.”

Jiu-jitsu: mastering the art of ‘human chess’

Women discovering value in popular self-defense method

New market ‘Sprouts’ in South Tempe

Opening day at the newest Sprouts location brought out hordes of Tempe residents eager for healthy-living choices. (Photo Wrangler News staff)

Farrell’s pioneer launches new incarnation of a Tempe original

Evoking memories of an ice-cream lovers’ favorite

Blood transfusions credited with saving ASU scholar’s life

Red Cross calls need critical; lists donor sites in Tempe, West Chandler

Former Marcos, Corona, Tempe high school coach Frank Castro Dies at 83

On Friday, July 13, high school football lost one of its cornerstones.

WATCH: So. Tempe coffee shop owner touts transformation

The Wrangler News video team sat down with Steve Schmidt, owner of Steve's Espresso. The South Tempe coffee shop and eatery has been undergoing a significant expansion effort in recent months.

7 teen suicides heighten concerns

Suicide is a word that hits hard—particularly when it involves cases that increasingly are stealing our community’s young people.