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Judge denies Wade's request for house arrest

A judge denied Loren Wade's request to be released from jail Friday after former ASU athletes described Wade's history of violent and threatening behavior.

Wade was charged with first-degree murder in connection with the shooting of Brandon Falkner outside a Scottsdale nightclub in March. Wade was an ASU tailback at the time, and Falkner played football for ASU from 1999 to 2001.

Protesters assail former governor's book signing

A group of seven Navajos and environmentalists joined together to protest former governor Bruce Babbitt's book signing Friday night at Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe.

Babbitt, who was governor of Arizona from 1978 to 1987 and Secretary of the Interior under President Clinton, gave a speech and signed copies of his book "Cities in the Wilderness: A New Vision of Land Use in America."

Cause of SRC death remains unknown

A "sudden cardiac event" likely caused the death of an ASU student at the Student Recreation Complex in January, but the official cause of death remains unknown.
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Football: Ducks take life out of Devils

For days preceding its clash with Oregon, the ASU football team brushed off questions about a possible letdown following an emotional loss to top-ranked USC.

But the energy never materialized for the Sun Devils, and the Ducks were right there to take advantage.
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Football: Sun Devils can't deal with the run

If there is one thing Oregon and the rest of the nation learned about ASU from last weekend's game with USC, it's run the football.

USC blew the door wide open on a suspect Sun Devil run defense, exploiting its vulnerability for 373 yards. Oregon took a cue from the Trojans Saturday night and kept the ball on the ground a majority of the time to key its 31-17 victory in Tempe.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Beating the System

Lupe Tovar, now 23, moved out five years ago and set off to make a life for herself. Fresh out of high school, the psychology major found an apartment near ASU and started classes at Scottsdale Community College to get her prerequisites out of the way.

She eventually transferred to ASU, joining multicultural clubs and working at the dean's office in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Funny Man

Colin Quinn, probably best known for his work on "Saturday Night Live" in the late 1990s and Comedy Central's "The Colin Quinn Show," will be at Tempe Improv Thursday Oct. 6 through Sunday Oct. 9.
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Local: Artistic Benefits

In one of the Phoenix's most historic buildings, a group of artists listens as local artistic promoter Andrew Benson talks about an event taking shape for October's First Friday.

First Friday is Phoenix's monthly downtown art walk that sees thousands of visitors, and this month Benson and his company Urban Promotions are treating patrons to something new.
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