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The city announced Tuesday it will be installing seven additional stop lights on Apache Boulevard between Mill Avenue and Rural Road and hundreds more throughout the city in a project touted by planners as “the key to simply driving these idiots insane.”
The City of Tempe and Attorney General Mark Brnovich settled out of court on June 26 over what may have been an illegal property tax scheme. The settlement brings to an end a saga that started in 2017 and involved the state legislature, the city, the attorney general and, recently, the Arizona Supreme Court.
Saturday saw the largest mesquite bean pod storm in Tempe’s history, and longtime residents and students are at a loss for what to do next.
Monkey mystery in the tomb of a Chinese empress
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and the City of Tempe came to an agreement over what he deemed an illegal property tax scheme.
Holly Davis, the 34-year-old woman who fatally shot Chinese student Yue Jiang in a 2016 road rage incident, was sentenced Friday to 25 years imprisonment.
A new study led by ASU Professor James Adams has shown that changes in diet can radically alter the lives of people with autism.
Bent tires, broken frames, missing pedals — dockless shared bikes take a lot of abuse. This is a new service to Tempe, with three companies hoping to tap into the student market: Spin, LimeBike and ofo.
Most of us have seen at least a couple episodes of "Westworld" by now. Pretty much everyone has at least heard of it or has a general idea of the show’s plot.
Kate Spade, a household name in the fashion industry for her stylish line of handbags, was found dead in her New York City apartment Tuesday morning. She was 55.
The Arizona Board of Regents voted unanimously Thursday to raise ASU President Michael Crow’s salary, along with those of NAU’s President Rita Cheng and U of A’s President Robert Robbins.
Why you love your puppy
The autonomous Uber vehicle that struck and killed a Tempe pedestrian in March was not programmed to brake automatically, a federal report found.
Uber is stopping all self-driving car tests in Arizona, just over two months after an autonomous Uber vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian crossing Mill Avenue in Tempe.
The Sixth Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies & Science, held at the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law from Wednesday to Friday last week, sounds to the layman less interesting than it was. Beyond some shaky public speaking and awkward Q&A sessions, the ideas dealt with at the conference were as varied and futuristic as any episode of "Black Mirror."
If a Teotihuacano were to be sacrificed, he would always be proud to be of service, to repay the debt owed. But that time is no longer.
Everyone in Teotihuacan gathers to watch the sacrifices. Thousands flock the wide stone boulevard, leading up to the base of the towering Pyramid of the Moon, the second highest temple in the city, which stands well above the rest of the city’s stone abodes.
Volunteer and ASU alumna Morgan Winburn explains the layout of the Clark Park Community Garden in Tempe, Arizona on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.
“West of Mill” has entered popular vernacular in Tempe to designate the neighborhood stretching west from Maple Avenue to Hardy Drive and south from University Drive to Broadway Road.
Digital culture freshman John Fassold's video made it to the front page of Reddit with tens of thousands of up-votes, and then eventually was featured on Buzzfeed.