Just four months after a statewide 211 phone service began
linking people to social-service agencies, the nonprofit that runs
the hotline needs more money to keep up with the skyrocketing call
TEMPE - The Hayden Flour Mill has stood as one of Tempe's most
iconic buildings for more than 90 years, but its reputation in the
last decade has been more of a hazardous eyesore.
It's said that one person's trash is another's treasure, but for
a Tempe startup called EcoScraps, that trash is its very business
The attempted assassination of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has
prompted Tempe to bolster security by installing a metal detector
and X-ray machine at the entrance to the City Council chambers.
Mesa won't let medical-marijuana shops open in most of its
commercial districts, with city leaders saying they don't want the
substance sold near neighborhoods or in prominent locations.
MESA - A Mesa group that's trying to preserve a 98-year-old
locomotive is hoping its efforts will pick up steam this month by
giving the public rare access to the train.
The fish that remain in what's left of Tempe Town Lake face
certain death, so they'll be scooped out and tossed into the
snapping jaws of alligators.
A Mesa homeowners association has apologized to the family of an
88-year-old widow after it tried to eject her 37-year-old grandson
from living with her as a caregiver.
Some of the biggest events in the Phoenix area are known as much
for the crush of slow-moving people, cars and shuttle buses as they
are for the actual event.
Tempe's first strip club won't be allowed to advertise it's
actually located in the city.
Miles of freeways and roads have gone dark at night because
copper thieves have ripped out the wires that bring them power.
TEMPE — Time may be running out for this generation of one of
Mill Avenue's most beloved features, the ficus tree.