Local Tempe News

Tempe Marketplace launches multi-restaurant drive-in experience

(Tempe Marketplace) PHOENIX — After restaurants across the state were forced to cease sit-in dining to help stop the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, Tempe Marketplace is creating a multi-restaurant, no-contact drive-in experience. The process works by pulling into a designated parking spot at the northeast lot by Panera Bread, downloading […]

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Tempe veterinarian living in Hong Kong shares how city is controlling COVID-19

Sarah Churgin PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Coronavirus cases are skyrocketing in the United States. But one Tempe veterinarian who is living in Hong Kong is providing a glimmer of hope. “No matter how bad it gets there is definitely a light at the end of the tunnel,” said Sarah Churgin. Coronavirus cases in the United […]

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Tempe electronics business compares sales to Black Friday during COVID-19 pandemic

Tempe electronics business compares sales to Black Friday during COVID-19 pandemic As more businesses close due to the spread of COVID-19, one Tempe store is still going strong. In fact, business is thriving as people stock up on electronics. This store is called “Best Deal in Town” and that’s just what many customers tried to find […]

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Tempe cybersecurity expert gives tips to avoid “zoombombing” during COVID-19

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — A local cybersecurity expert is weighing in on the FBI warning video conference call users about hackers hijacking accounts, taking over screens, and leaving inappropriate harassing messages. The term to describe it has been coined “Zoombombing.” It’s like photobombing, but instead of someone getting in the back of a photo, an […]

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Tempe barber shop closes due to COVID-19 on its 17-year anniversary

Tempe barber shop closes due to COVID-19 on its 17-year anniversary 5 p.m. came and went Saturday and the Arizona Governor’s order for hair and nail salons to close is officially in effect. This goes for barber shops, tattoo and massage parlors as well as spas and tanning salons. TEMPE, Ariz. – 5 p.m. came […]

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Tempe man reaches out to neighbors with notes, through social media

TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) – In a world where we seem to be more connected than ever through our phones, we often don’t know who lives next door. That is changing in one Tempe neighborhood. “My daughter and I found a note on our door from a neighbor who we never met before,” said Jodi James. […]

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ASU moving all in-person classes to online (where possible)

TEMPE, AZ — Arizona State University announced Wednesday that after its Spring Break it will move all in-person classes (when possible) to online. According to an email sent out by ASU President Michael Crow, effective Monday, March 16, the following changes will occur: “All in-person classes wherever possible will transition to online instruction. Classes will […]

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Arizona State University, Developers Create Unique Partnerships in Tempe

ASU, Developers Create Unique Partnerships in Tempe | 2020-03-02 | Engineering News-Record This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, certain cookies have already been set, which you may delete and block. By closing this message or continuing to use our […]

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‘Operation Silent Predator’: 9 Arizona men charged in undercover child exploitation sting

article (Arizona Attorney General’s Office) PHOENIX – Nine men have been indicted in an undercover child sexual exploitation investigation in Arizona, authorities said Wednesday. Operation Silent Predator took place in January and involved police departments in Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler plus Homeland Security Investigations and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. Authorities said the operation’s goal […]

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