2 Tempe ruggers on U.S. team take place in spotlight in Tokyo Olympics

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Brett Thompson, of Marcos de Niza High and the University of Arizona, and Maceo Brown, of Corona del Sol and Grand Canyon University, shine in Tokyo on U.S. Olympic rugby team.

Could Tempe finally land pro sports team? Coyotes are interested in move

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National Hockey League team says it will respond to Tempe's request for proposal to build arena and entertainment complex on 46 city-owned acres at Priest Drive and Loop 202 south of Salt River.

Tempe hopes to improve operation, infrastructure at its 2 golf courses

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Tempe request for proposal is for public/private partnership to ensure long-term viability of public golf, address capital-improvements, provide revenue to city and expand game.

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Arizona’s state funding for education remains among the lowest in the country. The talent pool can make more money doing something else so recruiters must think outside the box to land them.

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Dr. James Driscoll holds a bachelor of arts in elementary education, four master’s degrees (educational leadership, human relations, special education and business and administration) and a doctoral degree in educational leadership.

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Free, online K-12 charter for students with autism and other learning issues is expanding this school year to meet a growing request for online classes. 

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Charitable organizations are raising funds and providing clothing and supplies for school children who need them as the new school year is upon them.

Drug-overdose death-surge moves coalition to action as school starts

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As Tempe and West Chandler open the school year, Tempe Coalition has a warning for schoolkids and their parents: Drugs kill.

In-house candidate Joshua Wright emerges from a nationwide search and named Chandler city manager

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New Chandler city manager Joshua Wright joined the city in 2017 as assistant city manager and has been acting city manager since March.

Women sharing stories of sexual assaults, hoping to empower others

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Because these crimes still are shrouded in secrecy, they must be shared so that healing and change can happen, victims say.
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