In the wake of all Tempe employees receiving a 5 percent pay reduction, the union for the city’s fire department is disputing a possible breach of contract.
In our five-week series, The State Press will highlight the candidates and their platforms. The primary election will be held Aug. 24, and early voting begins July 29. This is part IV.
In our five-week series, The State Press will highlight the candidates and their platforms. The primary election will be held Aug. 24, and early voting begins July 29. This is part III.
Potential changes to the AIMS program have been discussed in recent weeks as the state Legislature continues to cut education funds.
ASU President Michael Crow was named a member of the new National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship Tuesday, which is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
In our five-week series, The State Press will highlight the candidates and their platforms. The primary election will be held Aug. 24, and early voting begins July 29. This is part II.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed an injunction against Arizona on Tuesday regarding the recently signed immigration bill and will take the issue to federal court.
One hundred and ninety new citizens waved miniature American flags, celebrating their new status during the 22nd Annual Fiesta of Independence naturalization ceremony.
A new student group is beginning to organize in Tempe, focusing on uniting the voices of the various social awareness groups at ASU.
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has dropped charges against the nine college students who chained themselves to the Arizona state Capitol building on April 20 to protest Senate Bill 1070.
Around 100 protesters gathered on the lawn of the state Capitol Saturday for the anniversary of the alleged fraudulent election in Iran on June 12, 2009.
The Arizona-Mexico border has been under scrutiny with the state’s new immigration law and President Barack Obama’s decision to provide additional troops and funding for border patrol.
The city of Tempe will conduct an economic forum for its citizens Tuesday night, encouraging community members to contribute their own suggestions to aid the city’s slumping economy.
For the past two semesters, ASU students in the Cronkite School’s New Media Innovation Lab were building an iPhone application to provide Arizona users with information about elected officials.
ASU faculty and students are exploring the next steps toward easing the University’s financial burden in the wake of Arizona’s passing of Proposition 100.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Phoenix Saturday morning to march on the Capitol and voice their opposition toward the state’s new immigration law. Many protesters also partook in a campaign to boycott Arizona businesses.
After experiencing a low voter turnout in March, ASU’s first on-campus voting site has seen a major increase in the number of visitors within the first week of special election early voting.