The No Labels Party has been certified to appear on the 2024 electoral ballot in Arizona. Experts say this could be an obstacle for Arizona Democrats.
Glendale (Taylor's Version) is now Swift City as the city celebrates Swift starting The Eras Tour in Arizona.
The increases proposed are some of the highest University leadership has proposed in recent years, but maintain the University's commitment to keep increases below 3%.
Tempe City Council approves new names for streets and parks formerly named for members of a local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.
ASU students stay overnight at the U.S. Supreme Court before arguments on President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.
Tempe City Council will vote on Thursday to change street and park names after it was discovered they got their names from 1920s Ku Klux Klan members.
Adrian Fontes, Arizona's Secretary of State, spoke about the understated impact of the border and the prominence of water issues on Feb. 23 on ASU's Tempe campus.
A bill that would override local zoning in order to address housing shortage and increase housing density is working its way through the state legislature.
The City of Tempe is holding a special election on May 16. Here's what will be on the ballot.
Tempe City Council has recently released a new plan to attack youth vaping. Though they have the right idea, their approach should be more youth-focused.
Several ASU students and organizations voice their support to resolution lowering the required age to run for state legislature from 25 to 18.
Arizona Board of Regents passed a policy to lock in university tuition rate increases for the next six years.
Valley Metro has introduced digitally-purchasable fare on its mobile app, with plans underway to integrate the ASU U-Pass on the app.
ASU students and faculty gathered in protest of a Barrett-sponsored event featuring controversial media personalities Charlie Kirk and Dennis Prager on Wednesday.
Tempe is no longer planning to ban flavored tobacco and vape products, instead they are looking for more restrictions.
In response to a Lewis Center event sponsored by Barrett including figures including Charlie Kirk and Dennis Prager, Barrett faculty gather a petition to condemn the event.
The potential new housing development building project on Tempe Town Lake, South Pier, will be on the special elections ballot in May.
Undergraduate Student Government at Downtown and Polytechnic campus update their Senate model to reflect school size within each campus.