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PTS, students battle parking space loss

As chain link fences and "road closed" signs invade campus, parking concerns are at the forefront of students' minds.

According to ASU Institutional Analysis, there were 58,156 graduate and undergraduate students and 7,910 full-time employees at ASU in fall 2004, making a total of 66,066 people in possible search of parking.

Wade's lawyer argues for another go at grand jury

As his former teammates wore maroon and gold at practice, Loren Wade appeared in a Phoenix courtroom Friday wearing black-and-white stripes and pink handcuffs.

Wade is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the March 26 death of Brandon Falkner, another former ASU football player, in front of a Scottsdale nightclub.

Bubble Teaze makes MU debut

Until last week, ASU students were missing at least one on-campus accessory their California counterparts have been drinking, and chewing, for years.
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Football: Offense rests in capable receivers' hands

Putting up points has never been a problem for Dirk Koetter-led ASU football teams.

The Sun Devils scored an average of 29.8 points per game last year, and have routinely been in the nation's top 20 in total offense during Koetter's five years in Tempe.
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Cross Country coach running in place

Entering his second season as ASU's cross country coach, Louie Quintana has big goals for the future.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Action Hero


ON THE COVER
Grasping a straw basket of fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies, Little Red Riding Hood sets off into the forest to visit her grandmother. But this isn't your parents Red Riding Hood.

Dressed in a long, red leather cape and black, thigh-high boots, the masked woman smirks as she takes on the Big Bad Wolf. When he makes a pass at this savory Red Riding Hood she attacks from behind and sends him back into the woods, tail between his legs. This more "grown up" Riding Hood is just one of the many action figure creations spawned by Valley comic book artist Todd McFarlane.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Fast Facts: About Todd McFarlane

McFarlane is a huge fan of Major League Baseball and his sports memorabilia collection shows it. He purchased Mark McGwire's 70th home run baseball for $3 million and Barry Bonds 73rd home run baseball for $450,000.

Being from Canada, McFarlane's love for hockey flows through his veins and his checkbook. He holds a minority ownership of the Edmonton Oilers National Hockey Leauge team and designed the clubs third jersey, the best-selling third jersey in NHL history.
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