Verve Tempe, a new project that could soon come to the Apache Corridor by Canvas Apartments, will feature amenities, 240 units and amenities and a rezoning from residential to mixed-use.
A bill and concurrent resolution would enact a boycott on multiple international businesses, some having incredibly strong ties to ASU, like Starbucks.
Tempe City Council Candidate Nikki Amberg is looking to fill one of the open seats in this particular election and bring focus to city services, housing availability, and the unhoused population.
David Lucier, an ASU alum and veteran, is the only candidate to oppose the Tempe General Plan 2050, but he hopes to focus on affordable housing.
Tempe City Council unanimously approved the re-zoning for 1020 Apache as a mixed-use development for affordable housing, prioritizing low-income residents over students.
Longtime Tempe resident and high school psychologist Hugo Tapia is campaigning for a seat on the Tempe City Council on the platform of transparency and affordable housing.
Danelle Plaza, a historic shopping center and urban canvas for local artists, will see a reformation in the coming months.
ASASU and other ASU student groups released a statement condemning HB 2178, a bill that would change how student activity funds are allocated.
Tempe City Council approved the second part of the Tempe Opioid First Recovery Project, which comprehensively helps overdose victims with the help of an ASU researcher.
There's a new sheriff in town, and his message is simple: build trust. But controversy looms over his recent political party switch.
Jevin Hodge will take over a Legislative District 8 seat in the Arizona House of Representatives representing southern Maricopa County, including Phoenix and Tempe.
Governor Katie Hobbs announced her plan for Proposition 123, which would increase teacher pay and school funding for Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College alums.
Up to 29 political debates will be organized by a joint operation between Citizens Clean Elections, Arizona Media Association and Riester after Cronkite and Arizona PBS departure.
Valley Metro extended its light rail service further into the West Valley two years ahead of schedule, revivifying the former Metrocenter Mall area.
SJP at ASU said they were cleared of wrongdoing in a rock-throwing incident at a USG Tempe meeting last year, but ASU PD is still investigating the incident.
Mason Gates, a former ASU student, is campaigning for Scottsdale City Council. Gates is still searching for signatures, and is hoping his passion for the city is enough to earn him the nomination.
A pro-Palestine protest organized by SJP presented a list of boycott and divestment demands to the Fulton Center, where the list was collected by a senior VP
The Student Forum with President Crow touched on student concerns with Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-MI, University expansion and ASU's financial security
The three candidates who are up for Arizona Rep. Athena Salman's seat share their plans for representing District 8 with The State Press.
ASU has been named the No. 1 public University for international students; leaders of the Coalition of International Student discuss their experiences.