The city of Phoenix filed a legal complaint in the Maricopa County Superior Court March 28 against the city of Tempe alleging a breach of contract regarding City Council's endorsement of the proposed Tempe entertainment district.
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Shady Park and Mirabella at ASU reached a settlement and requested their lawsuit be dismissed, the two announced in a joint statement Thursday. The agreement ends any pending litigation between them.
Students were evacuated from Palo Verde West on Monday night due to a fire in the building. The building was cleared for normal operations at 11:30 p.m., following a series of announcements from ASU Police Department and confusion among residents about evacuation procedures.
Students and Tempe residents rallied against the proposed Tempe Entertainment District in downtown Tempe on Monday.
A former ASU student is appealing a trespassing conviction from a March 2022 Tempe campus incident, saying the University's campus is a "public forum."
Students and professors worry a ban on flavored tobacco proposed by Tempe City Council will be ineffective and drive students to more harmful products.
A student who was hit with a school golf cart driven by an ASU employee is suing the Arizona Board of Regents, the governing board of all of the state's public universities, including ASU, in Maricopa County Superior Court.
The fate of the Arizona Coyotes' stay in Tempe may be decided by city residents next spring.
Katie Hobbs, Mark Kelly and other Arizona Democrats bested Republicans in a midterm election that was expected to bring a "red wave."
Students across ASU's campuses came out in person to vote in this year's crowded Arizona elections that will determine the next governor, the future of abortion rights and public education in the state.
This election could decide whether Arizona governors can choose who will succeed them with a bipartisan ballot proposition.
Let him be clear: former President Barack Obama wants Arizonans to vote for Katie Hobbs and Mark Kelly in next week's election.
The next student regent on the Arizona Board of Regents will come from ASU in 2023.
Dressing as chickens outside the Arizona state capitol building and questioning Katie Hobbs in a Starbucks may be splashy, but it is part of a deliberate process that Kari Lake and her many campaign groups are employing to swing young voters to her side. And it might be working.
The upcoming Maricopa County Attorney election puts the enforcement of Arizona's new abortion law on the ballot, according to experts and candidates.
ASU students and local residents gathered on the Tempe campus Friday night to rally for women's rights in Iran. The event followed the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who died in police custody after her arrest by the Iranian government’s morality police for allegedly not complying with strict laws regarding women’s head scarves in Iran.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs was one of many guests who spoke at the National Voter Registration Day Rally at the Beus Center for Law and Society to get ASU students on the Downtown Phoenix campus registered to vote.
College Republicans United, a conservative political activism club described as a "far-right extremist group" by other republican groups on campus, was condemned by students and several organizations across the political aisle for an event featuring noted white nationalist Jared Taylor on Sept. 2.
The Arizona Board of Regents passed a tuition increase for in-state, out-of-state and international ASU students for the 2022-23 school year on Thursday.
The city of Tempe’s housing division has laid out a plan to build multiple affordable housing developments close to ASU’s Tempe campus.