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Sun Sports Editor Arizona Daily Sun After his first buzzerbeater in regulation failed to fall, senior Trevor Johnson earned a second chance to send his school to the Division II State Championship game. Thanks to fellow senior Conner Estes and his
Saved The Associated Press The Associated Press 3 hours ago An Arizona State University student who was teaching math at Tempe High School has pleaded not guilty to charges of sexual conduct with a minor. A Maricopa County Superior Court spokesman
The Associated Press The Associated Press 3 hours ago An Arizona State University student who was teaching math at Tempe High School is now facing sexual misconduct charges. Tempe police say they arrested 26-year-old Joel Calderon last week after
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Renovations to Arizona State University's aging Sun Devil Stadium could displace the school's football team and reroute fans to venues in downtown Phoenix or Glendale for at least a year. The
Special for azcentral sports Tempe High School decided that they had seen enough after a single half of football at Scottsdale Saguaro on Friday night. Tempe forfeited the game with 1:33 left in the first half and Saguaro ahead 31-0, after Tempe
Special for The Republic To say that Mary Ann Miller is a neat freak is a bit of an understatement...Mary Ann is president and CEO of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce. Keeping the offices tidy and orderly has long been her mission.
The Republic azcentral.com Tempe High School's former head security guard faces up to 41/2 years in prison after he was convicted of stealing more than $1,000 from football ticket-sale proceeds, Maricopa County Superior Court records show.
Special to the Republic azcentral.com Hundreds of Chandler graduates attending Mesa and Tempe high schools turned the page on that part of their education Wednesday and Thursday, but not before graduation speakers imparted a bit of motivation, wisdom
Special for The Republic Tempe High School senior Darien Wendell is the type of statistic that educators are proud to talk about. The Northwestern University-bound 17-year-old and International Baccalaureate program student is the recipient of
Special for The Republic Talk of sports, politics, religion and family fill the banter at Ray's ASU Barber Shop, where customers have come for their regular 20-minute trim for the past 65 years. Handshakes and familiar faces are just as much a part