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Jesus is a soft spoken, kind, and active teen. He enjoys spending time with both his friends and adults and getting to know who people really are. more
Cristos is a fun-loving teen who loves to stay active and busy! He says he loves to ride his bike, play basketball, and play with LEGOs. more
Fourteen-year-old Leah is a sweet and thoughtful teen ready to meet an equally loving teen. more
Art, mental health and the ongoing drug crisis collide in Arizona State University alum Austin Davis’ latest collection of poems where he explores his own struggles with mental health and his experiences working with unhoused people in the Valley. more
Preston Zeller was a 31-year-old multitalented tech worker and artist Feb. 5, 2019, when his work and his life got a new focus. more
Tempe is accepting nominations for the Mayor’s All-Abilities Awards that celebrates the people and businesses who make Tempe a better place for those with disabilities. more

At age 31, Tempe native and Arizona State University graduate Gregg Hillhouse is looking for “the one.” In an effort to do so, Hillhouse gives it his best shot in a new reality show … more
Chandler, Gilbert, Guadalupe, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe residents will gather at Tempe Town Lake later this month for the annual Regional Unity Walk.  The event is designed to … more
It began with a bake sale in 1988; and it’s about to celebrate 35 years with a day-long event that will host thousands of supporters. Aunt Rita’s Foundation is marking its 35th … more
January is National Mentoring Month and now is the best time to get involved and change the life of a child. more
Holiday time means the return of Blue Santa among Valley police officers. more
Adrian Trice defies the stereotypes of the boring tax accountant. The 44-year-old tax and business strategist founded DNA Financial Solutions in Tempe to better help community members run enterprises of their own.  more
Tempe is encouraging generous residents to be healthy givers through its new campaign “Real change, not spare change” to support the most effective, lasting help for people who are unsheltered and in need of resources. more

Fifteen-year-old Abigail has always dreamed of being a big sister. more
Arizona State University senior Nathaniel Ross has been awarded the coveted Rhodes Scholarship to pursue postgraduate studies at the University of Oxford, the American Secretary of the Rhodes Trust … more
Fourteen-year-old Karen is looking for a loving forever family that can provide her the lifetime of support she needs. more
Liam is an energetic teen who loves to stay active and try new things more
Sixteen-year-old Angel is a hardworking, determined young woman who can’t wait to share her bright future with a forever family. more
Milton is an outgoing 15-year-old who lives for sports. Basketball and football are his two favorites, but Milton has yet to say no to a pick up game of any kind. more
This week, the city of Tempe will begin asking community members their views about possible local regulations for short-term rental properties that would be among the strictest in the state if enacted. more

The 2022 Women in Business Leadership Conference The Tempe Chamber Women in Business Council has selected Women4Women Tempe as the nonprofit it will assist during the 2022-23 fiscal … more
Each year, AASK helps nearly 200 kids and teens in Arizona’s foster care system celebrate the finalization of their adoption. more
Mario Enciso saw his future each day driving from a downtown Phoenix apartment to classes at Arizona State University. He had just moved to Arizona from San Diego in 2011, and his trip to ASU to … more
Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS) is seeking corporate and individual sponsors and monetary donations for its annual Adopt-A-Family holiday program, which provides families and teens in Maricopa County with holiday gifts for both Hanukkah and Christmas. more
Carol Crisler knows firsthand what it feels like to stand face-to-face with a wall of fire.  She had been working as a reporter in Eastern Oregon when she heard the cities’ fire departments needed some extra help. more
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