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Marathon rolls through Tempe


Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
Patrons line up outside the door of Mill's End coffee shop during the P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Sunday morning.
P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon gave local business and Tempe's image a boost Sunday morning, bringing thousands of runners and spectators to Tempe from all over the country.

"It's a big weekend for us," said Nick Kretsedemas, general manager for Chili's Bar and Grill.

Kretsedemas said both Saturday and Sunday proved to be exceptionally busy days for the restaurant.

Crow coming to an iPod near you

ASU students and faculty will soon have the opportunity to listen to something new on their iPods - a message from University President Michael Crow.

The Office of the President plans to begin offering messages from Crow and other administrators as podcasts this semester.

Napolitano outlines plan to fight state's illegal immigration problems

Cracking down on human traffickers, strengthening border security, increasing resources from the federal government and other border issues took precedence in Gov. Janet Napolitano's fourth State of the State address at the Capitol last week.
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    Women's hoops finds touch


    Joe Rondone / THE STATE PRESS
    ASU center Kirsten Thompson attempts a shot during a game at Wells Fargo Arena Saturday. ASU went on to beat Oregon State 69-51.
    With the ASU women's basketball team clinging to a four-point lead against Oregon State at halftime Saturday, coach Charli Turner Thorne talked to her players about putting in "extra effort."

    Freshman center Kirsten Thompson has been putting in that extra work all season and Saturday it paid dividends.

    Thompson led a second-half onslaught by scoring 11 of her team-high 15 points to help ASU pull away for a 69-51 victory over the Beavers on Saturday at Wells Fargo Arena.

    "Charli has been working with me a lot and I guess this game I came out and showed it," Thompson said.

    Thompson also chipped in a game-high eight rebounds, with five coming on the offensive glass.
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    Men snap losing streak in overtime, snag Pac-10 win

    The ASU men's basketball team found itself in familiar territory Saturday against Oregon State.

    The Sun Devils lost two games this season in the final possession, but ASU point guard Antwi Athuahene was determined not to let it happen again.
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    Meet MTV's fallen Angel


    PHOTO COURTESY OF MICHAEL MULLER

    Ashley Parker Angel used to be a heartthrob. Now he's broke and crashing on his girlfriend's mom's couch. Watch him regain success on "There and Back."
    The reality of former boy band member Ashley Parker Angel isn't fabulous. The former O-Town member is broke and singing on the streets for money in his new reality show "There and Back." The MTV show portrays Angel's life after O-Town split up in the summer of 2003.

    While living out his dream as a boy-band icon, Angel said he was shocked in realizing he had only made enough money from his short affair with fame to support himself for a year. Angel said he quickly decided to move to Los Angeles to resurrect his music career by pursuing a record deal.
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    Top 5: Best places to sleep on campus

    1. Hayden Library:
    Put your feet up, get your books out, start reading ... and slowly drift away.
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