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The area of Tempe, Arizona reminded "Lord" Darrell Duppa of the Vale of Tempe in Greece because of the sight of the Tempe Butte, the wide Salt River, and the nearby expanse of green fields. The Salt River is dammed in two places, creating the Tempe Town Lake. Tempe is the location of US Airways Group's Corporate Headquarters and Hoodstock, an annual block party with live music, local artists, a bike parade, and a dessert contest.

Population: 158945
Local Newspapers: Tempe Republic Tempe Town News Wrangler News
Local Sports Teams: Arizona State University Sun Devils Arizona Cardinals
Local Colleges: Arizona State University at Tempe University of Advancing Technology

Zip Codes associated with tempe, arizona: 85281 85282 85283 85284
Towns/Cities near tempe, arizona : Tempe Gardens Mesa Scottsdale Guadalupe Chandler Gilbert

Tempe News
Trump's Rally in Arizona: What You Need to Know

Another rally, Never Again: Jews and Allies Against Hate, was planned by David Schapira, a Tempe city councilman, and State Senator Robert Meza for the State Capitol earlier in the afternoon. A church in Phoenix also scheduled a march from the convention center to the Capitol Tuesday evening.

Stray Cat Theatre Opens 16th Season with a KISS

A standing double-date quickly becomes a hilarious farce as four friends unburden their hearts and reveal their secret passions. But is anything really what it seems to be? Politically charged and emotionally urgent, KISS dares us to question whether we can truly understand other cultures.

Lucky Star Asian Dining Brings Chinese Eats and Karaoke to Tempe

Dishes on the English-language menu include bean curd with sliced egg and chives, Singapore noodle, and black pepper chicken on hot iron. When a new spot opens in town, we can't wait to check it out - and let you know our initial impressions, share a few photos, and dish about some menu items.

Desert EDGE business plan is based on Museum of the West's. So how is the museum faring?

Desert EDGE's business plan is partly modeled after the Museum of the West's - so how has the museum performed? Desert EDGE business plan is based on Museum of the West's. So how is the museum faring? Desert EDGE's business plan is partly modeled after the Museum of the West's - so how has the museum performed? Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2xk5yKD Desert EDGE's business plan is partly modeled after the Museum of the West's - so how has the museum performed? Bob Herz of Tempe views a John Coleman bronze, August 17, 2017, at the Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West.

JOBS: 8 places to find work in the Valley

If providing great customer service is something you enjoy, Macy's Credit and Customer Services has a great seasonal opportunity for you right in Tempe. Positions are open in a fun, rewarding and flexible call center environment where you can work with customers in a variety of different ways.

Remembering tech entrepreneur with golf tournament

Don Pierson III, 60, a serial tech entrepreneur and Arizona State University and Marcos de Niza High School graduate, was killed in a Tempe car crash in November. Filled with "must read" stories, industry news and reporter insights, exclusive interviews with local business leaders, and expanded Top 25 Lists .

Robert L. Elliott

Robert L. "Bob" Elliott, age 66, of Canton died Monday, Aug. 16, 2017 in Cleveland. Born April 18, 1951 in Steubenville he was the only child of Jean L. Rittenhouse Elliott of Hopedale and the late John R. Elliott.

Records: Arizona law-enforcement officers used Narcan once a day this summer on average

Arizona officials say the real-time data of how often naloxone is used to combat opioid overdoes is proof more action is needed. Records: Arizona law-enforcement officers used Narcan once a day this summer on average Arizona officials say the real-time data of how often naloxone is used to combat opioid overdoes is proof more action is needed.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office responds to Tempe barricade situation

A custody issue in Tempe escalated into a standoff on Aug. 19, 2017. Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputies were called, but it ended peacefully.

How bicyclist-friendly is your city? Group ranks metro Phoenix efforts

Arizona communities have attempted to become more bike-friendly in the past few years. See how the League of American Bicyclists ranks their efforts.

As Arpaio awaits sentencing, Guadalupe government looks forward

As Arpaio awaits sentencing, Guadalupe government looks forward After years of strife, and Sheriff Joe's sweeps, Guadalupe's government looks forward. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2uS52a0 New Sheriff Paul Penzone has distanced himself from the policies of predecessor Joe Arpaio, but some critics say it's still not enough.

Why Was a Surveillance Aircraft Circling Phoenix in March?

This plane was circling over Phoenix last March as a part of a training exercise for the U.S. Marine Corps. on March 16, an unassuming white propeller plane took off from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.

Scottsdale's Museum of the West

Bob Herz of Tempe views a John Coleman bronze, August 17, 2017, at the Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West. Scottsdale's Museum of the West Bob Herz of Tempe views a John Coleman bronze, August 17, 2017, at the Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West.

Beyond 'Hamilton': Gammage guide for 2017-18 Broadway season

Beyond 'Hamilton': Gammage guide for 2017-18 Broadway season 'Fun Home,' 'Something Rotten!' and 'School of Rock' add to this year's hit parade Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2xcrMhA How hot? In May, for the first time ever, Tempe's ASU Gammage sold out season tickets to its Broadway series - in less than two hours - largely thanks to demand for Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop musical about the Founding Fathers. But "Hamilton" isn't the only hit coming in 2017-18.

University of Mary and Old St. Mary's: Our past, present and future

University of Mary students walk into their new campus, the repurposed Old St. Mary's Church in Tempe. The chapel will remain as a prayer space for students.

Where to get food after 2 a.m. in downtown Tempe, Phoenix

A guide for when you have post-2 a.m. munchies in downtown Phoenix or Tempe near ASU and want more than Filiberto's. Where to get food after 2 a.m. in downtown Tempe, Phoenix A guide for when you have post-2 a.m. munchies in downtown Phoenix or Tempe near ASU and want more than Filiberto's.

Norton Justera s fantastical adventure comes to life to open Childsplay's 2017-18 season

The Phantom Tollbooth's fantastical adventures and quirky characters will soon leap from the page to the stage, as the beloved children's book opens Childsplay's 41st season of theatre for young audiences.

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