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Phoenix voters approve $184M for ASU


Tatiana Hensley / THE STATE PRESS
Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon pins an ASU button onto his jacket at a block party in downtown Phoenix Tuesday night. The party celebrated the passage of seven city bond issues, one of which devotes funding to ASU's downtown campus.
Voters approved $184 million in funding for ASU's downtown Phoenix campus Tuesday.

Proposition 3, which will fund ASU's campus and other education and health facilities, was one of seven bond issues approved by Phoenix voters.

Almost 50,000 votes about 63 percent were cast in favor of Proposition 3, according to unofficial results released by the city Tuesday night.

Arredondo, Ellis win Tempe City Council seats

Incumbent Councilman Ben Arredondo and community activist Shana Ellis won two of three open Tempe City Council seats Tuesday, according to unofficial city results.

Leonard Copple and Onnie Shekerjian will compete for the remaining seat in May.

Breaking news: Google picks ASU for temporary home

Google Inc.'s logo could soon be hanging off an ASU building after the company announced Friday it would open a temporary office on campus.
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Breaking News: Basketball coach Rob Evans let go

The ASU athletic department announced Friday that men's basketball coach Rob Evans will not return next season.

The decision came after an hour-long meeting between Evans and ASU Athletic Director Lisa Love, and just two days after the Sun Devils were bounced from the first-round of the Pac-10 Tournament.
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Track: Track heads to NCAA Championships

It all comes down to this.

Eight women, two men and one women's relay team will have the chance to lay claim to a national championship and All-American honors as they compete in the NCAA Indoor Championships today and tomorrow.

The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ark., will host the event, which will feature the nation's elite competing in 34 events.
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Happy Housewives


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Marina Mercer has already done more by 11:00 a.m. than some students do all day. The nursing freshman is on the women's volleyball team, and has to practice every morning for two or three hours.
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Lustful: Self Love

One Thursday in early February, two trainers sit at the desk of the SRC weight room. It's a slow morning and to pass time one reads the police beat section of The State Press out loud.
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