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The drive of a champion: Schoolkids keep retiree feeling young while at the wheel of Tempe El bus

Mario Yanez enjoys building relationships with school kids, which he says keeps him young, as a bus driver for Tempe Elementary School District.

Tempe, with multi-modal transportation push, eyes higher ranking on alternative-transit list  

Tempe has added more than 200 miles of bike lanes over the last 20 years in its push for multi-modal transportation.

West Chandler pastor helps starving kids gain new homes, hope, lives in his native Uganda

West Chandler pastor Robert Aliunzi co-founds E3-Africa to assist needy children, many of them orphans, in his native Uganda.

Warner/McClintock neighborhood getting bistro-bar with patio this month after all

Freely Taproom & Kitchen plans to open a family-style restaurant and a full bar that features two-dozen tap beers at 1730 E. Warner Road, Suite 11, on Sept. 23. 

Gas pipe that should have been replaced years ago overlooked before print-shop explosion

“The cause of the leak and the subsequent explosion was premature degradation in a certain type of natural gas pipe (Driscopipe 8000)," Southwest Gas said in a statement.

20 YEARS LATER: Vivid memories come flooding back as we honor those lost in 9/11 attacks Digital News Editor Lee Shappell reflects on the terrorist attacks on the U.S. two decades later.

Coyotes relying on coming to terms with Tempe for new arena and entertainment district

The ice on which the Coyotes skate isn’t getting any thicker, and if the Tempe deal falls through, their future in the Valley could go with it.

Denise Hart named interim president, CEO of Tempe Chamber of Commerce

Denise Hart has been named interim president and CEO of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce in the wake of the resignation of Anne Gill.
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