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28-year-old murder gets day in court

Almost 28 years after an ASU student was found murdered in her Tempe apartment, what was once cold-case homicide may again become a life-and-death matter.

Lawyers are expected to discuss setting a trial date this morning for Clarence W. Dixon, 50, who is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the 1978 death of Deana Bowdoin.

Phoenix, ASU to share campus security

Phoenix police will take the lead role in the security of ASU's still-developing Downtown campus, set to open next fall.

Invention speeds up bacteria identification

ASU researchers have invented a sensor that could play an important role in early detection of disease-causing bacteria or bioterrorism agents in drinking water supplies.

The researchers unveiled their invention Monday at the Arizona Water Quality Center's biannual meeting in Tempe.
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M Hoops: Kruger's heroics can't save hoops

It was as if the men's basketball team sprouted a twin brother -- one with an accent. Like twins, the Sun Devils traded punches with their northern maroon-and-gold counterpart right up to the buzzer, when ASU junior Kevin Kruger sunk a prayer 3-point bank shot to send the game into overtime.

But Minnesota held off the young Sun Devils in the extra period to steal the 85-79 road win Monday night at Wells Fargo Arena.
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W Hoops: Devils face tough test

ASU senior forward and former local high school talent Kristen Kovesdy drives to her house every Sunday to enjoy her favorite home-cooked meal: chicken poppercosh.
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Organists to host holiday concerts

With commercials and movies ringing in the holiday season, ASU's Organ Studio ensemble is also getting into the spirit and spreading cheer with their third annual Organ Christmas Concert.

Though ASU's performing arts groups stage a variety of holiday recitals, organ professor Kimberly Marshall said the community surrounding ASU demanded a different tune.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Local Limelight: Q&A with Perry Allen

Perry Allen is like a lot of high school seniors in the Valley. He goes to school, he hangs out with his friends and he has a part-time job at a pancake joint. Allen has also released two of his own albums, played on stages all over the Phoenix area and has now won SPM's first Scene Points contest.
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Scene Points: Winners' Circle

All right folks, I gave you four weeks to vote in the first annual Scene Points Readers' Poll ("Scene Points: Scene Stuff," Oct. 27), and you know what that means -- it's time for the results.

You may have forgotten due to the stress of impending finals, but I promised that whichever band won the "Best Local Band" category would be featured as this week's Local Limelight. If you scan to your left you'll find the winner, 17-year-old Conor Oberst wannabe Perry Allen, is featured.
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