One person sustained non-life-threatening injuries after a small kitchen fire broke out in an apartment at University Towers near ASU's Tempe campus.
ASU's PAB and BAC are hosting Devilpalooza and bringing in Grammy-nominated musicians Chloe x Halle to entertain the ASU community.
With Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month coming up, student organizations at ASU are finding ways to conduct their events online.
A sound installation in ASU's Secret Garden featuring plants played as instruments uses a new programming language to collect data in real time, creating a natural symphony.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced new eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines for all Arizonans 16 and older Monday, making ASU students and the general public eligible.
ASU Law launches the Salt River Scholars program aimed to boost Native American representation in the profession.
COVID-19 cases within the ASU community decrease again after a slight increase in Monday's total case count.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods said he would not have lifted occupancy restrictions as soon as Gov. Doug Ducey did, but he is pleased with businesses' responses to the executive order.
Maryvale Desert Sky light-rail extension waits on coordination between city of Phoenix, Valley Metro and the state.
Phoenix’s recycling plants saw around a 31% increase in cardboard from 2019 to 2020 following more online shopping amid the pandemic.
Active COVID-19 cases at ASU increased from Thursday's count. Vaccination efforts have continuously been increasing, but new variants have arrived in Arizona.
Winston Engineering Incorporated, an ASU alumnus-founded company, is a Black-owned engineering firm working to inspire social change and promote sustainability in engineering.
ASU Library has over 15 different collections of archived materials community members can view and use to better understand local history.
This is the eighth consecutive week of decline at ASU; the number of active COVID-19 cases is declining across Arizona, too.
Arizona K-12 schools will re-open in mid-March and a collaboration between ASU and ADHS will give teachers and staff priority access to COVID-19 testing.
Eighteen ASU students participate in "The College Tours," streaming on Amazon Prime and Roku, highlighting the University experience.
The Fulton Schools of Engineering announced the creation of a new school and the rebranding of two existing schools: the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering and The Polytechnic School.