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43 min ago | The Arizona Republic
'No Awards' honor best of Valley theater Republic critic Kerry Lengel names his favorite productions and performers of 2013-14.
4 hrs ago | Phoenix New Times
Phoenix is brimming with creativity. And every other year, we put the spotlight on 100 of the city's creative forces.
6 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic
Arizona State University English professor Ersula Ore was sentenced to 9 months probation for resisting an ASU police officers arrest.
10 hrs ago | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Manufacturing expanded in July at the fastest pace in more than three years, showing U.S. factories will help power the economy after a second-quarter rebound.
The record label, known for releasing new recording via cassette, recently repeated something that's quickly becoming a Rubber Brother tradition.
We're pretty excited that well-known Valley chef Matt Taylor has relocated to the kitchen at Gertrude's at the Desert Botanical Garden .
What's new at Tempe schools? Kids go back to Kyrene, Tempe Elementary and Tempe Union district high schools next week.
Arizona State will begin to ban kegs outside Sun Devil Stadium beginning with the 2014 season, the university announced on Thursday.
Courting Disaster is Jackalope Ranch's weekly column of dating horror stories, observations, how-tos, and more by Katie Johnson.
Kerwin Brown, CEO of the Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce, gathered 200 members of various African-American organizations at the second Black Phoenix United reception at Edward Jones in Tempe.
Tempe's urban transformation With towering development and a thriving downtown, Tempe is in the midst of historic change Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1n56zJP Tempe is hoping big upcoming projects on Tempe Town Lake give it a reputation of a mature and modern city.
In Wallet Hub's analysis of cities that have recovered the most from the 2008 Great Recession, Tempe ranked 142, Glendale 143 and Tucson 144.
Shadiest spots in metro Phoenix Chad LaRue runs on the Murphy Bridle Path on Central Ave. in Phoenix on Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
Police arrested a total of 13 people, 10 of them Wednesday morning, while serving a series of search warrants in several locations over the past 24 hours.
Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1rN29yE At the 10th annual NiA os Seguros Back to School & Safety Fair, school-aged children can get a backpack and supplies.
The Scottsdale-based apartment and condo developer acquired three vacant land parcels near Earll Road and Drinkwater Boulevard just south of Scottsdale Stadium.
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Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 06:07 pm
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