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About: tempe, arizona

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
State of Play: Tightening Arizona race threatens Democrats' slim U.S. Senate hopes

For most of this year, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona has run what has been viewed widely as one of the best races in the nation. But with less than a month to go to Election Day, there are doubts whether she can make it across the finish line.

Small fire at the ASU Brickyard complex on Mill Avenue

Tempe firefighters gather their gear near the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering building on Mill Avenue in Tempe, Arizona, on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. A small electrical fire stemming from a computer monitor in ASU's Brickyard complex occurred on Sunday evening, according to a spokeswoman from Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department .

JOBS: 8 places looking for workers in the Valley

Are you looking for work? There are several places now hiring and looking to add quality workers in the Valley! Are you looking for work at a tech company? Vixxo is now hiring! The company is looking to fill a variety of payroll, HR, and accounting positions. Interested in learning more? Head here for additional information and how to apply.

I-10 flooded at 43rd Avenue in west Phoenix

Check out this story on Both directions of the Interstate 10 were flooded at 43rd Avenue in west Phoenix Saturday afternoon as remnants of Hurricane Sergio drenched the area. The roadway was still open shortly before 1 p.m., but the Arizona Department of Transportation officials urged motorists to exit before the flooded area.

How should we measure safety in driverless vehicles?

A new study tries to map out what independent tests of driverless safety might look like and how they might be implemented. A typical driving test considers basic skills: Can you parallel park? Do you merge safely? Do you know to yield to pedestrians? No such government exam is required for cars driven by a computer.

Local Media Not Biting on Lawyer's Unverified Claims Against Phoenix Candidate

With the election just weeks away, a local attorney has unveiled salacious, unverified claims from an anonymous woman about Phoenix mayoral candidate Daniel Valenzuela. Tempe-based criminal defense attorney David Kephart invited members of the media to an 11 a.m. press event on Thursday near the Phoenix City Council chambers, where he provided them with a statement containing the woman's allegations and a video file that featured the woman delivering an on-camera testimonial to an unnamed interviewer.

McSally, Romney urge crowd to get out the vote in Arizona

In this Aug. 28, 2018, file photo, Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., talks to campaign volunteers at a Democratic campaign office on primary election day in Phoenix. Sinema is in a tight race with Republican Martha McSally.

ARA Management Academy Set for Jan. 29 to Jan. 31 in Arizona

Purdue University's Center for Food and Agricultural Business, in partnership with the Arizona State University W.P. Carey School of Business and the Agricultural Retailers Association, will offer the 2019 ARA Management Academy from Jan. 29 to Jan. 31 on ASU's Tempe, Ariz., campus. The program will emphasize exploring management challenges and core business functions to leverage and uncover business opportunities.

PD: Man with machete robs Tempe Circle K

A man used an 18-inch machete to rob a convenience store of cash, cigars, and cigarettes according to court paperwork. Tempe police report that on October 7 a man, later identified as 28-year-old Emilo Bustamante, entered the Circle K store near Hardy Drive and Baseline Road.

6 Questions for Apache Lake Music Festival Co-Founder Brannon Kleinlein

In Pound for the Sound, Phoenix New Times gets technical with local music community members about what "gear" they use to create their signature "tones" in our community. Apache Lake Music Festival co-founder Brannon Kleinlein really loves the Arizona music scene, and his track record shows it.

Arizona State Fair: Then and now photos

ARIZONA STATE FAIR: Then and now photos A group of excited children enter the Arizona State Fair in 1957. Check out this story on NOW: Lights from the Speed and Tractors rides at the Arizona State Fair paint the night sky October 21, 2015.

Arizona launches self-driving research program

Governor Doug Ducey on Thursday signed an executive order establishing the new project, partnering together several state agencies and universities, along with Intel. "The Institute for Automated Mobility will bring together global industry leaders, a public sector team and the brightest minds in academia, focused on advancing all aspects of automated vehicle science, safety and policy," said Ducey.

PD: Bikers create "rolling roadblock" in Tempe

On October 4 around 11 p.m., an undercover Tempe detective reportedly saw a motorcycle "pop a wheelie" on Mill Avenue near Curry Road, then ride away going about 55 miles-per-hour in the 40 mile-per-hour zone. The motorcycle, allegedly driven by 21-year-old Logan James Morris, sped away and reportedly pulled in front of a stopped vehicle at an intersection and paused there, even after the light turned green.

Hurricane Sergio remnants expected to bring scattered storms to Arizona

Arizona is expected to have scattered storms for the rest of the week and into the weekend, according to the National Weather Service in Phoenix. Hurricane Sergio remnants expected to bring scattered storms to Arizona Arizona is expected to have scattered storms for the rest of the week and into the weekend, according to the National Weather Service in Phoenix.

Arizona cities give tax breaks to developers. Here's how you help pay for it

The controversial tax break has been used to develop much of downtown Phoenix and Tempe. But what's the actual impact? Arizona cities give tax breaks to developers.

Arizona trends upward in LGBTQ equality, report says

Phoenix continues to be a model of inclusivity for the LGBTQ community, despite some other Arizona cities lagging behind.

Free Things to Do This Week in Metro Phoenix

Looking for something to do? You can take a stroll through Desert Botanical Garden, unwind at Four Peaks Oktoberfest, or enjoy some doggie entertainment at BARKtoberfest. Best part? It's all free.

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