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Police: Man viewed sexual images at ASU

A Phoenix man who allegedly downloaded images of children in sexual poses at Hayden Library was arrested and charged with eight counts of sexual exploitation of a minor earlier this month.

Police reportedly found thousands of images of young girls on USB drives that 44-year-old Michael D. Williams used at the library on Feb. 1, according to records released Tuesday by the ASU Department of Public Safety. Police report all the children depicted were clothed but that some of the images showed girls between the ages of 5 and 10 wearing provocative clothing and posed in sexual positions.

Valley cities break ground on light rail

Mayors and representatives from Tempe, Mesa, Glendale and Phoenix launched the Valley Light Rail construction project at Tempe Beach Park Tuesday during the official groundbreaking ceremony.

The only shovels present were miniature models presented to each city by Rick Simonetta, Valley Metro Rail chief executive officer.

Crow: Axed fee to blame for health center woes

The Student Health and Wellness Center did not receive nearly $4.6 million in tuition dollars because a proposed $80 per year student fee was denied, said ASU President Michael Crow.

The Arizona Board of Regents rejected the health and wellness fee during tuition talks last spring but did increase tuition rates beyond what ASU requested. The amount of the fee was included in the tuition increase.
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Bullpen blunders continue for ASU


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Junior left-hander Brett Bordes pitches Wednesday during ASUís 7-6 loss to UA at Sancet Stadium.
TUCSON -- This is the stuff that makes rivalries great.

After more than five hours Tuesday, it seemed like the ASU baseball team was going to survive a marathon game and eke out a win over UA. UA sophomore first baseman Jordan Brown had other ideas.
BASEBALL

Barnette shines in first start

TUCSON -- Maybe junior right-hander Tony Barnette has found his niche on the ASU baseball team.

Making his first start Tuesday against UA, Barnette washed away nine-plus innings of troublesome relief work and allowed ASU's pitching staff to rest its arms for the weekend's three-game series at top-ranked Tulane.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Thrill sex


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ON THE COVER
It's a quiet night in a Chicago diner.

A cook and a waitress don't have much work, so they head to the storeroom, which is brimming with boxes packed with ketchup, coffee beans and maple syrup.

The cook looks around before he puts his hand in the waitress' white, button-up blouse. After a few seconds, he gets a bit nervous.
POP CULTURE

Liquor minus liquid

Your head throbs rhythmically and stomach pains churn like you've just eaten three Taco Bell bean burritos. One look at the rays of sun that slice through the blinds sends you diving under the covers with a sudden desire to vomit.

For some college students, these symptoms are all too familiar after an intense night of drinking, making hangover prevention and cures a hot topic.
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