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When leaders from the city of Tempe, Arizona State University, the Arizona Board of Regents and Omni Hotels broke ground on a brand new hotel on Sept. 17, they did so with an Arizona Supreme Court case looming overhead. more
72SOLD affiliate Hague Partners has announced the acquisition of The Midland Team, a residential and commercial real estate group from the Midland Real Estate Alliance brokerage based in Tempe. more
Solari Crisis & Human Services, formerly the Crisis Response Network, has partnered with East Valley Starbucks stories to raise awareness of the organization’s services to prevent … more
Thursday will mark three months since Daniel Robinson went missing in the Buckeye area. Since June 23, family and friends have tried to locate Robinson, 24, of Tempe, to no avail. He and his … more
Based on community input received, Tempe city officials have drafted a redevelopment plan for north Tempe. The plan, officials say, aims to redesign current development in the Papago area and will … more
Independent Newsmedia is featuring a Veterans Day Salute to honor those who have served our country. Thank you for your service. Residents are encouraged to submit a photograph along with the … more
When Jordan and Lyric Dodd sat down last year and realized they had paid more than $20,000 in rent, it was that moment the couple realized homeownership was in their future. “I believe our … more
The city of Tempe will require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for large, ticketed, city-run events for the near future. more
Valley Partnership announced Thursday the 2021 Community Project will be a $25,000 challenge grant and volunteer day of action benefitting Salvation Army Tempe.  more
U.S. Egg is teaming up with Arizona Helping Hands once again as the dynamic duo hosts a new toy and pajama drive for boys and girls in foster care here in the Valley of the Sun. Helping Hands is … more
PHOENIX (AP) — The state Supreme Court has agreed to review two lower courts' rulings against state Attorney General Mark Brnovich in his lawsuit challenging a deal between Arizona State University … more
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods and Councilwoman Lauren Kuby joined electric vehicle advocates for a press conference in calling on United States Congress to pass a budget that makes bold investments in … more
Downtown Phoenix was once a sparsely populated part of the country’s fifth-largest city, a land of vacant lots and empty streets once office buildings closed for the evening. more
Higher education is alive and well in Arizona, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report. more
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers that pavement maintenance will require closures of east- and west-bound U.S. Highway 60 between Loop 101 Price Freeway and Loop 202 … more
A partnership between a self-driving vehicle technology company and a local transit agency is spelling out big changes for the future of Valley roads. more
Facebook is launching the job-training program — “Hardhat in Hand” — at its active data center construction sites, including its Mesa center. The program is to create new … more
With a regional position in Tempe, Rosendin officials offer insight into how portions of streetcar tracks were built for the Valley Metro Tempe Streetcar Project. Crews spent over three years … more
The Human Services Campus is investing funds from a $200,000 Thunderbirds Charities grant to enhance and expand services critical to ending homelessness for local clients of the outreach … more
This year’s Fiesta Bowl Parade just got a bit more hip. Valley Rocker Alice Cooper will serve as the Fiesta Bowl Parade Grand Marshal — the 50th anniversary of the organization coming … more
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