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In 1891, Dr. A. J. Chandler bought eighty acres of desert land from the federal government. He built a ranch and split it up into several small ranches for sale. In 1912, the town was founded and incorporated in 1920. Chandler has had notable residents such as rapper/actor Ice-T and former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb. The town offers festivals such as the Ostrich Festival, which celebrates the Ostrich farms in the 1910s which catered to the demand for plumes used in women's hats of the era.

Population: 176581
Local Newspapers: Chandler Republic Chandler Times Chandler Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Arizona Rattlers (AFL) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
Local Colleges: Western International University Apollo Group Subsidiary University of Phoenix (locations)

Zip Codes associated with chandler, arizona: 85224 85225 85226 85248 85249
Towns/Cities near chandler, arizona : Guadalupe Sun Lakes Gilbert Queen Creek

Chandler News
Johnson Jr, Pritchett And Line Are No 1 Qualifiers Saturday At NHRA Arizona Nationals

CHANDLER, Ariz. - Tommy Johnson Jr. set the Funny Car track elapsed-time record to secure the No.

Leah Pritchett breaks NHRA Top Fuel time mark in Arizona

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Man sentenced to 10 years for police chase though Mesa, other Phoenix-area cities

Joshua Monigold was sentenced to prison for leading police on a high-speed car chase through Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler and other Phoenix-area cities. Man sentenced to 10 years for police chase though Mesa, other Phoenix-area cities Joshua Monigold was sentenced to prison for leading police on a high-speed car chase through Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler and other Phoenix-area cities.

Alliance Residential Brings Communities to Midtown and Roosevelt

Alliance Residential Company , the nation's largest multifamily developer and seventh largest multifamily manager, is bringing five new luxury communities with more than 1,300 new units to prospective residents across the Valley. Two of these developments will be in central Phoenix, one in Midtown, the other in Roosevelt.

Chandler police: Woman rammed police car, tried to run over officer

A woman was booked on two charges after Chandler police accused her of ramming a police car with her vehicle and attempting to run over an officer Monday afternoon, police said. Chandler police: Woman rammed police car, tried to run over officer A woman was booked on two charges after Chandler police accused her of ramming a police car with her vehicle and attempting to run over an officer Monday afternoon, police said.

Report: Arizona economy warming up, population rising

A new report sees Arizona shifting into higher gear this year, with the pace of economic growth nearly doubling and the state's population passing 7 million. Report: Arizona economy warming up, population rising A new report sees Arizona shifting into higher gear this year, with the pace of economic growth nearly doubling and the state's population passing 7 million.

In face of rising deportation, immigrants increasingly forced to fight alone

In the face of rising deportations and detentions on the orders of President Donald Trump, the fight by the relatives of undocumented migrants often exceeds the ability of organizations, churches and neighborhoods, meaning that many immigrants must now fight their own battles to avoid being expelled from the U.S. One example is Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, the Mexican who recently was separated from her family in Arizona and deported to Mexico. After living in the U.S. for 21 years, Garcia, an Arizona resident, was deported on Feb. 8 after being detained when she went to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Phoenix hoping that they would grant her time to continue appealing her case.

Have you seen it? South Mountain Freeway construction underway

Roadwork is underway in Awhatukee, Laveen and parts of the West Valley for the construction of the Loop 202 extension. Have you seen it? South Mountain Freeway construction underway Roadwork is underway in Awhatukee, Laveen and parts of the West Valley for the construction of the Loop 202 extension.

Chandler police searching for missing man

Chandler police searching for missing man Police officials asking for the public's help to locate a missing Chandler man. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2ll2Bok Samuel Legg, 48, was last seen at about 1:30 pm Sunday, according to Chandler police spokesman Sgt.

Court drops more than 1,000 'frivolous' accessibility suits, Arizona attorney general says

Court drops more than 1,000 'frivolous' accessibility suits, Arizona attorney general says Attorney General Mark Brnovich calls the suits, filed by a disability-rights advocacy group Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2lt0gdi A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has dismissed more than 1,000 lawsuits filed by a disability advocacy group, the Arizona Attorney General's Office said Feb. 17, 2017. A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has dismissed more than 1,000 lawsuits filed by a disability advocacy group, the Arizona Attorney General's Office said Friday.

Smithsonian commissions Chandler Navajo designer

Chandler fashion designer Jared Yazzie started by screen-printing shirts and selling them at flea markets. Now his work is in a Smithsonian museum.

This week in Phoenix - 1

This is our first attempt at "This week in Phoenix." We will have a new column each Friday that sums up some important and some just interesting things going on in Phoenix.

AZ Memo: Weekend weather changes; wings clip at Sky Harbor; mosque...

AZ Memo: Weekend weather changes; wings clip at Sky Harbor; mosque open house; Cocktail Week; and more Good morning, Arizona, and happy Friday! Here's what you need to know. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2lewRRX A jogger is reflected in a puddle along the path on the Old Cross Cut Canal in Phoenix on Dec. 22, 2016.

Hey Phoenix Artists, Here Are 7 Opportunities to Show Your Work

Whether your style is more mutant piata or creative prototyping, there's probably an artist opportunity for that in metro Phoenix. Beatrice Moore is looking for artists and other creative types to make original works for this year's Mutant Piata art show happening in March at Chartreuse gallery, and Mesa Arts Center is hunting for creative concepts to incorporate into its first-ever prototyping festival coming to Main Street and its surrounds in November.

FBI searches for female bank robber nicknamed the 'S.O.S. bandit'

PHOENIX - The FBI is searching for a female bank robbery suspect dubbed the "S.O.S." bandit. The woman earned the nickname because she has worn "Slip-On Shoes" for two of the robberies.

Suburban women ditch Nordstrom and go on a cash-waving rampage to support Ivanka Trump

A viral video shows a group of women storming into a Nordstrom to cancel their accounts in response to the retailer's decision to stop selling Ivanka Trump's fashion brand, promising to shop at Dillard's instead. On Wednesday, Laurie Ray posted a video on Facebook of herself and seven other women - some wearing shirts with photos of President Donald Trump that say "Haters Gonna Hate" - walking into a Nordstrom in Chandler, Arizona, with handfuls of cash to cancel their accounts, The Daily Mail reported .

'Cash mob' to hit Chandler doughnut shop after crash

'Cash mob' to hit Chandler doughnut shop after crash A Chandler Facebook group uses "cash mobs" to help boost local businesses, and the craze is catching on. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2lc0hjM An SUV plowed through the front entrance of a Chandler doughnut shop on Wednesday and residents are responding with support, planning to buy doughnuts from the shop on Friday, Feb. 17 - using the rear entrance.

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