4 arrests made in March brawl and stabbings at Chandler Fashion Center

Among those arrested was Andrew Courtney, 23, of Sierra Vista, on suspicion of three counts of aggravated assault with a dangerous instrument, a Class 3 felony,

Need a summer job? Try Tempe job fair May 8 at Pyle Adult Rec...

Summer jobs, free Chromebooks, free COVID-19 vaccines, free youth transit-ride passes, chalk art and cultural performances, Chamber Business Excellence Awards finalists and a Girl Scout Gold Award -- it's all right here in this loaded installment of Tempe briefs.

History museum, TCA gallery reopen; library expands in-person offerings

What's up in Tempe? It’s all right here in this installment of Tempe News Briefs!

Silenced for a year by COVID-19, live music returns with Chandler Jazz Fest

After a long year thwarted by the COVID-19 pandemic, live music is back as the 22nd annual Chandler Jazz Festival comes to downtown Chandler April 8-10 to open the celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month.

Work to begin April 5 on roundabout at Grove Parkway and Priest Drive

The Grove Parkway/Priest Drive intersection will be converted into a roundabout in a fourth-month construction project that begins April 5.

Chandler Northrop Grumman team picked to build key missile interceptor

Northrop Grumman Corporation, with approximately 2,500 employees at its 47-acre Price Corridor campus, was awarded a contract for the Next Generation Inceptor program.

Security company Allied Universal hiring more than 450 in Tempe

Allied Universal is hiring 450 security personnel in Tempe on March 24.

Capacity limitations lifted at Chandler Library and Tumbleweed Rec Center

COVID-19 limitations have been lifted at some Chandler facilities.

Tempe launches cancer-screening program after death of firefighter

A new cancer-screening program for firefighters, Tempe grows, food-bank volunteers needed and a change in bridge-work schedule on Interstate 10: It's all right here in this installment of Tempe News Briefs!

Chandler COVID-19 Memorial Day proclaimed for those lost, infected

A day to remember COVID-19 victims, return of the community bike ride, State Forty-Eight expanding, free tax prep to qualified residents, a $10 million chemical management plant expansion: It's all right here in this installment of Chandler News Briefs.