Strife in the fast lane: ADOT issues ‘Notice to Proceed’ on 3-year I-10 Broadway Curve Project

The 3-year, 11-mile Broadway Curve Improvement Project on Interstate-10 will be worth it with more lanes and better traffic flow.

New TUHSD special-ed director stresses constant communication with families of autistic students

Sarah Boyle is the new director of special education at Tempe Union High School District.

Curtain rises again — finally — as the iconic Tempe Center for the Arts weathers the pandemic

Tempe Center for the Arts is reopening after being closed for well over a year due the COVID-19 pandemic.

9-year-old personifies spirit of October 16 Children’s Cancer run at Salt River Fields

11th-annual run to benefit Tempe-based Children’s Cancer Network set Oct. 16 at Salt River Fields.

Tempe Needlewielders’ neighbors create joyous powerhouse for charity at Tempe’s Pyle Center

For nearly 50 years, The Tempe Needlewielders, a creative group of ladies, has met twice weekly to laugh, chat and craft sweaters, scarves, baby blankets, washcloths and slippers.

Margaret Hunnicutt is Tempe Community Council’s 38th Don Carlos Humanitarian of the Year

Margaret Hunnicutt is Tempe Community Council's 38th Don Carlos Humanitarian of the Year.

Rethinking advice from days of yore: A new look for our horsey origins . . . despite warnings

We've rolled out a new logo at Wrangler News and wranglernews.com, reflective of our desire to be on the cutting edge of all things Tempe and West Chandler while maintaining our community roots. 

3 area school districts continue face-mask mandates for those indoors after court ruling

Three Tempe-area school districts were quick to continue face-mask mandates, primarily for those indoors, after a Sept. 28 Maricopa County Superior Court ruling.
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