Q&A with Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir

Editor’s note: Our writer Lee Shappell interviewed Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir for our last issue re­garding the use of force and the recent...

Kyrene schools chief outlines roadmap

Editor’s note: As the pandemic continues to unfold, Kyrene Superintendent Jan Vesely issued a statement relating the safe return to school, now scheduled for...

Racial equality: How one area school district will address it in the coming years

Wrangler News invited representa­tives of each school district in our Tempe/West Chandler coverage area to provide a 250-word descrip­tion of how their district is...

Tempe council to keep police at full funding, despite protest march

When the Tempe City Council approved its 2020-21 fiscal-year budget on June 11, full funding for the Police Department remained despite efforts by several...

Business groups lead efforts to stem erosion of U.S. diversity

Leaders of two area chambers of commerce have moved aggressively into the national spotlight over racial equality, launching separate but pointedly specific strategies to stem...

Six vie for three open spots on Chandler City Council

As the plethora of political signs around town attests, Chandler will soon hold its city council election. Here's what you need to know about the candidates.

Grads stymied by shrinking job market

Rob Hartland decided to put the hammer down and complete his sustainability degree from Arizona State University in three years.

Can it happen here? An exclusive interview with Tempe’s top cop

In an exclusive interview with Wrangler News, Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir discussed police officers' use of force, racial discrimination and how the Tempe police department is navigating the current crisis rocking the country. 

Business groups lead efforts to stem erosion of U.S. diversity

Terri Kimble, president and CEO of the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, offered details on how her organization can help businesses—and Chandler residents—confront challenges today and in the future.

Tempe first to combine strategies to learn how water sources can affect our public...

Commentary by Jennifer Adams Tempe has a long history of leaning forward into challenges. Our community is built on doing what some might think is...