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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
Locked out: Section 8 housing vouchers fail to open doors for low-income renters

The Housing Choice Voucher program was designed to introduce participants to neighborhoods of opportunity. But most fail to find a way in.

Katie McFadzen Shines in A Christmas Carol - Because of Course

Katie McFadzen left a bag of dishes on my doorstep. It was a small bag, but the dishes were nice.

Angels may use Ohtani in 6-man rotation

With Shohei Ohtani in tow, one of the questions the Angels are now weighing this offseason is whether a six-man rotation would be the best way to fold the Japanese two-way star into the Majors next year. General manager Billy Eppler is open to the possibility, though he has not yet broached the idea of an expanded rotation to the rest of his starters.

MCSO: Woman stabbed several times in Guadalupe

According to a spokesman for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, a woman was stabbed at a home near Avenida del Yaqui and Calle Guadalupe around 1:30 p.m. Tempe Police spotted the suspect at the furniture store, "The Dump" near Elliot Road and Priest Drive; where they took the suspect into custody before handing him over to the sheriff's office.

How the Stamping Industry Stays Strong

The stamping industry will be alive and strong in 2018, shifting to meet the changing needs of the marketplace and their customers. Here are some insights into how the industry is evolving to remain competitive and healthy.

Companies in U.S. plan to slow their investment, hiring in 2018

U.S. companies expect their investment and hiring to grow at a slower pace in 2018, and only a small share say proposed tax legislation is driving their capital-spending decisions, according to a private survey. The Institute for Supply Management's semi-annual forecast showed factory purchasing managers see capital spending rising 2.7 percent in 2018, slower than the 8.7 percent gain reported for this year.

Gold Star father Khizr Khan denounces 'un-American' behavior in Phoenix visit

The Gold Star father who skewered Trump at last year's Democratic National Convention extended a message of hope despite an increase in hate crimes. Khizr Khan and his wife Ghazala Khan are the Pakistani American parents of United States Army Captain Humayun Khan, who was killed in 2004 during the Iraq War.

Donation boosts reward for information in Tempe murder investigation to $5K

Tempe police have doubled down on efforts to find the killer of Corey Lynch, a 38-year-old man who was found October in a Tempe apartment parking lot. Tempe police have doubled down on efforts to find the killer of a 38-year-old Tempe man after an anonymous donor contributed $4,000 to the reward.

Armed robber found with wallets, pot brownies

Tempe police located an armed robbery suspect with an AK-47, the victim's wallets and "pot brownies." On December 3 at about 4 a.m., police say they pulled over a vehicle for a potential DUI near Rural Road and Apache Boulevard.

Everything You Need to Phoenix About Santarchy 2017 in Downtown Phoenix

Just ask the event's co-founder Chris Lykins, who remembers the inaugural edition of the Christmas-themed costumed bar crawl as being an evening of debaucherous fun and crazy antics. "The first year we ever did it, we wound up renting a double-decker bus and started it at a strip club, Bourbon Street," he says.

The 11 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

Look, we totally get it. Right now, your pocketbook is a little on the empty side due to prepping for the holidays.

Chandler street takes Christmas decorating to the next level

Every city has that one street that gets decked out for the holidays, but a Chandler street takes it to another level, from lights to carriage rides. Tumbleweed Tree Lighting Ceremony and Display, Chandler: The official kick off and lighting ceremony happens 4:30 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2 in downtown Chandler along South San Marcos Place at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park.

New Light Rail Plays Are Coming to Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa

There's a new twist for the fifth iteration of Light Rail Plays, which Rising Youth Theatre will perform this weekend. This time around, performances will take place on light rail station platforms, rather than on the trains.

New Light Rail Plays Are Coming to Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa

There's a new twist for the fifth iteration of Light Rail Plays, which Rising Youth Theatre will perform this weekend. This time around, performances will take place on light rail station platforms, rather than on the trains.

Tempe's only historic mansion, now museum, still celebrates Christmas

Designed by a prominent Valley architect, the 13-room Queen Anne mansion was one of the largest ever erected in Tempe. In 1881, the Earp brothers fought against the McLaurys and Clantons in a lot behind the O.K. Corral.

Keeping the Magic Alive

In fact, they saw it as an opportunity to take a chance and make some magic - literally - by launching a new magic show. "We were going on the offense instead of the defense," Eyed said.

Red Dirt Diaries: Keeping A Promise With Iron Will

While buried under the rubble of the Murrah building, Amy Downs made a pact with herself that she would not live her life the same. She started exercising and lost 200 pounds.

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