Kuby’s $148K animal-welfare plan, mostly for feral cats, raises concerns

Large groups of homeless cats are becoming common throughout Tempe, where Councilmember Lauren Kuby plans to propose spending $148,000 on an animal-welfare program.

NAT’L ASTRONAUT DAY MAY 5 Tempe educator’s art, poetry lift her onto first all-civilian...

Tempe resident and South Mountain Community College professor Dr. Sian Proctor is among four astronauts selected to Inspiration 4, the first all-civilian SpaceX mission, which which is to launch in September.

A COMMUNITY TOUCHED DEEPLY Fallen officer stirs personal memories, heartfelt gratitude, memorial to valor

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In the glare of the harsh morning sunlight, they came, one by one, to silently pay their respect to a Chandler police officer killed in the line of duty April 30.

Chandler officer hit, killed by driver of stolen car in chase involving gunfire

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Christopher Farrar, an 18-year veteran of the Chandler Police Department, was killed when struck by a stolen car during a massive, multi police-agency pursuit with gunfire.

Stick with me on my journey of thrills, chills, repose into alternative healing

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So, alternative healing: There are many forms of it right in our South Tempe-West Chandler backyard.

Kids neglected in foster care find new love in special place a continent away

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Tempe couple providing loving home to three children who were removed from an abusive environment in South Carolina.

W. Chandler economy gains punch as Tenn.-based keyboards firm expands

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Tennessee-based Mechanical Keyboards recently acquired a 74,000-square-foot flex industrial building in West Chandler, and will employ approximately 40.

A great story . . . and here’s the kicker: Friends raise funds...

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Friends raise funds for former Tempe Marcos de Niza High groundbreaking kicker Krysten Muir, who suffered a spinal-cord injury in a car accident that left her partially paralyzed.

Project to become an Eagle proved full of real-life experiences for Scout

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For Eagle Scout rank, Anderson Conkle painted a 25-foot by 8-foot mural as part of a beautification plan at Desert Cross Church, which hosts Troop 379.

WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR Tempe educator’s art, poetry lift her onto first...

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Tempe resident and South Mountain Community College professor Dr. Sian Proctor is among four astronauts selected to Inspiration 4, the first all-civilian SpaceX mission, which could launch as early as this fall.
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