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An empty asphalt lot in downtown Phoenix may be developed into a grocery store, housing development, retail and office space thanks to a new development proposal.
As a stop on its national tour, Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of “Cabaret,” will hit the stage at ASU from Sept. 13 through Sept. 18.
Sun Devil Stadium has been an ASU icon since its original construction in 1958.
In downtown Phoenix's historic Westward Ho, ASU students are taking the opportunity to apply their skills from the classroom in a collaborative setting while making a positive impact in the community.
Finding community in America’s largest public University can be a daunting task.
With only three colleges and a fraction of the students it has now — it was ten years ago, in 2006, that the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus opened its doors.
Cycling Superheroes: ASU students bike across country to raise funds for individuals with disabilities
On June 12, nine ASU students from the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity set out on a journey across the country in the hopes of raising funds and awareness for individuals with disabilities.
ASU opened its newest building, the Beus Center for Law and Society, on August 15, marking a new era in the University's legal education.
The Nelson Fine Arts Facility at the ASU Art Museum re-opened its doors July 5 after a month-long refurbishment period in June. The opening included two of the four new installations planned for the late summer of 2016.
ASU alumnus Zach Heltzel does more than fondly remember the Disney Channel Original Movies (DCOMs) he watched as a child in the 1990s — he hosts a podcast about them.
Local First Arizona, a non-profit organization working to support locally owned businesses, hosted its fourth annual Independents Week Pub Crawl July 3.
After 28 years of nurturing a print collection dear to her own heart, Jean Makin retired from her role as Curator of Prints at the ASU Art Museum May 31.
ASU Gammage, in conjunction with the National High School Musical Theatre Awards (NHSMTA), nominated recent high school graduates Noah King, 18, and Holly Payne 18, to be finalists in a national competition for the NHSMA for Best Performance by an Actor and Actress, also known as the Jimmy Award.
With summer temperatures scorching through the Valley at over 120 degrees Fahrenheit, it can be hard to find a cool way to spend the day with that special someone.
Long-time cat aficionado Melissa Pruitt hopes to follow in her father’s footsteps by rescuing as many cats as she can. And though she has already rescued over 300 cats on her own, Pruitt is far from finished.
ASU’s School of Social Transformation is partnering with the University of Pennsylvania and Salt River Community Schools in the E2 Textiles Project, is trying to increase Native American students' interest in engineering by combining it with textiles and culture.
The work of an ASU urban design workshop class, which sought to create a plan to reactivate the historic downtown Phoenix Warehouse District, has sparked discussion about the balance between development and preservation in downtown Phoenix.
(Left) NoteBowl CEO and founder Andrew Chaifetz and Marketing Director Logan Stoneman pose outside their office at ASU SkySong in Scottsdale. NoteBowl is a Tucson based startup that provides universities with simple learning management system to connect students, professors and the campus community. (Photo by Shiva Balasubramanian)
A 28-year-old Gilbert man was arrested Oct. 23 on the 2700 block of East Sierra Court on suspicion of burglary, credit card theft and trafficking in stolen property, according to a police report.The man unlawfully entered the victim's residence through a large dog door installed in the backyard, police reported.The man then removed property including electronics, a shotgun, a credit card, a wrist watch and identification documents, according to the report.The man then used the stolen credit card to make a $44 purchase at one Circle K and made a second purchase of $48 at another Circle K, police reported.The man was captured on video surveillance and identified by one of the victims as a subject he used to know in high school, with whom he grew up playing baseball, police reported.The man had stopped by the victim's house a few months prior to visit with a mutual friend, according to the report.The man then pawned some of the property stolen from the residence, police reported.The man was transported to Tempe City Jail, where he was booked and held to see a judge, police reported.A 22-year-old Mesa woman was arrested Oct. 25 on South River Road and East Apache Boulevard on suspicion of trespassing, possession of marijuana, possession of narcotic drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a police report.The woman was contacted by police as a passenger during a traffic stop, and upon running a check of her records, police discovered she had a current trespassing warning from the Motel 6 she had just left, police reported.The woman was then searched and found with heroin, marijuana, syringes, a burnt metal spoon and a lighter, according to the report.The woman was transported to Tempe City Jail, where she was booked and released pending charges, police reported.Reports compiled by Emi Kamezaki.Reach the reporter at email@example.com or follow her on Twitter @emikamezakiLike The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.