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Last call now lasts a little longer


Lisa Olson
Doorman Mike Tobey checks the ID of Che Mokofisi as he enters Dos Gringos Monday night, one day before the last call is changed to 2 a.m.
Consider this the first call for 2 a.m.

Tonight, bars will begin serving to the over-21 crowd until 2 a.m. giving those who enjoy the spirituous nightlife an extra hour to live it up.

The change, which comes as a result of state House legislation passed in April, allows bars and clubs to continue serving their patrons until 2 a.m., one hour later than the previous last call time. Liquor stores will also be able to continue selling until 2 a.m.

Extra troubles could follow extra drinking hour

As avid drinkers anticipate taking full advantage of the 2 a.m. last call tonight, some lawmakers, community activists and neighbors are still worried about the impact the new law will have on DUI-related incidents and residents in Arizona.

Sen. Jay Tibshraeny, R-Chandler, who voted against the bill, said many of his constituents voiced their concerns to him about extending liquor sales to 2 a.m.
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Football: A look at the 2004 ASU offense


Kelley Karnes
Sophomore tailback Loren Wade gets taken down during a practice on Aug. 14 at Camp Tontozona. Wade is solidified as the starter for now.
The ASU football team faces a seemingly endless list of questions after one of the more disappointing seasons in school history last year.

Any 5-7 campaign yields a hefty set of problems, but scoring points was not always one of them. However, the Sun Devils can still improve on a number of areas on the offensive side of the ball.
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Tillman's legacy carries on through tributes, foundation

Killed in combat in Afghanistan four months ago, Pat Tillman is not forgotten.

The Army Ranger's legacy is being carried forward through displays at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, and the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind.
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