Airbnb-type lodging again focus of complaints

By Don Kirkland Disgruntled homeowners in Sedona have joined the ranks of their counterparts in Tempe in growing opposition to the incursion of Airbnb-type...

Bike-lane regs again up for discussion, possible new fines for infractions

Controversy over Tempe’s bike lanes is nothing new, but the saga continues as the city continues to develop guidelines with an eye to the future.

Hartke lauds Intel employees’ volunteer ‘investment’

By Wrangler News Staff The daily grind of working 9 to 5 may have spawned a 1980 pop-chart hit, but the emotion behind the pithy...

Tempe count shows homelessness rising

By Wrangler News Staff The number of individuals in Tempe experiencing homelessness rose from 276 in 2018 to 373 in 2019, according to data gathered...
Tempe Center for Arts at dusk in front of Tempe Town Lake

Arts Center joins long list of prez-hopefuls’ Tempe visits

By Wrangler News Staff Tempe Center for the Arts has joined the list of destinations picked by presidents and presidential candidates for whistle-stop visits during...
homeless man laying on side of street

Tempe boosts care for homeless by $1 million

Special Report By Susie Steckner Tempe is making steady progress toward housing chronically homeless people, and successfully keeping them housed. Focusing on this population is...

W. Chandler site violates water quality standards

By Joyce Coronel Turning on the tap and filling a glass with clean, safe drinking water is something most Chandler residents take for granted. They...

Tempe Chamber unveils loans for business access as streetcar is installed

By Wrangler News Staff A new program in Tempe provides low-interest loan opportunities to businesses along the streetcar route so they can have access to...

Protests mount against two South Tempe projects

By Sammie Ann Wicks Impending commercial development of two key adjacent corners in South Tempe has nearby neighbors scrambling to protest and resist the move....

Chandler best in U.S. to achieve one’s dreams, Hartke tells chamber

By Joyce Coronel Autonomous vehicles, rubberized asphalt, housing, the environment and new businesses were among a plethora of issues Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke addressed in a...
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