Don’t be blue, stay out of the red on Black Friday

Tempe investment experts offer sound strategic advice this week to avert a day of colorful language when the credit-card bills arrive in January.

Lights! Camera! Emmys! Corona Film and TV students bring home 2 regional awards statues

Corona del Sol's award-winning Film and TV program benefits from having a full on-campus production studio for students to use.

Giving Tuesday on Nov. 30 an opportunity to support, offer thanks to local nonprofits

An array of nonprofits in Tempe and West Chandler will benefit from Giving Tuesday on Nov. 30.

Tempe proceeds with renaming streets, parks named for suspected Ku Klux Klan supporters

Next Step: City Manager Andrew Ching to appoint ad hoc committee of various Tempe groups to discuss the issue.

Aztecs continued tradition as girls volleyball power with league title, 6A state semifinal berth

By Andrew Lwowski, Special for wranglernews.com The Corona del Sol Aztecs are known around the Valley as one of the top high school programs for girls volleyball. And this season is no different. The...

Tempe author’s best-seller ‘Exponential Theory’ applies Silicon Valley model to array of uses

'Exponential Theory' theme best summarized in book's subtitle: 'The Power of Thinking Big.'

Chanukah Extravaganza promises fun, meaningful festivities for families at Pollack Chabad Center

Chanukah Extravaganza, a celebration for the entire family is 4-5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 28, at Pollack Chabad Center for Jewish Life.

TUHSD process for getting rid of school resource officers not just unfortunate, it is dangerous to our children

Former Tempe Union High School District Governing Board members urge current board to rethink resolution that eliminates school resource officers on campuses.
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