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Grocery adjusts after move

Ashley Lowery / THE STATE PRESS
Herb buyer for Gentle Strength Adrianna Cross talks with a customer, Joanna Savidan, about some of the products during Gentle Strength’s grand opening in Tempe Saturday.

The Gentle Strength Co-Op, which sat at University Drive and Ash Avenue for 21 years has cleared out to make way for a new Whole Foods and a 21-story condominium tower.


$14M wrongful-death suit thrown out

A $14 million wrongful-death lawsuit against ASU athletic officials and the Arizona Board of Regents was dismissed by a judge on Tuesday.





Young voters shake midterms
Young voters shook the political landscape in the Nov. 7 elections, increasing their turnout numbers by about 2 million from the 2002 midterm elections.

Court OKs tuition suit
Students could sue the Arizona Board of Regents for tuition hikes, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled in a case that has the potential to affect nearly a half-million students and hundreds of millions of dollars.

Rowdy Tempe renters blamed for 'bad neighbor' problem
An influx of rental housing into Tempe neighborhoods is burdening the city's "soul," Mayor Hugh Hallman said at his annual State of the City Address Wednesday.

Police Beat
An 18-year-old female ASU student reported her bicycle stolen at Hassayampa Academic Village Sunday morning.


Nowhere to go
A steady stream of cars zooms past the intersection of University and Priest, blasting exhaust onto a scrawny man who leans against the stoplight pole and holds a cardboard sign: "Disabled homeless vet needs help." The scorching Arizona sun beats down on Bob Frounfelkner's leathered skin.

Photos: Brokaw accepts Cronkite Award
Additional photos of the Cronkite Luncheon at the Arizona Biltmore Tuesday.


ASU rebounds with solid game

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

After the disappointment of dropping their home opener, the ASU men's basketball team rebounded nicely Wednesday night, beating up on their visiting Division I-AA opponent.


Women's hoops roll in another blowout win

The ASU women's basketball team couldn't have asked for a better way to lead into its biggest nonconference game of the season.


Offensive line holding firm despite injuries
For offensive line coach Brent Myers, coping with player injuries is nothing new.


Devil Dish
With the ASU men's basketball team's unfortunate loss to NAU on Monday, the Sendek era has begun.


Opinions: Panda porn could teach everybody a lesson

THOMPSON: We could all learn a little something about porn, even giant pandas.

Don't believe me? Here's the proof.

In an effort to get a pair of sexually inactive young giant pandas to mate, zookeepers and veterinarians at the Chiang Mai Zoo in northern Thailand will show its two biggest attractions, in what amounts to animal porn, according to Agence France-Presse.

Opinions: Regardless of political party, lack of responsibility is the new rule

HANSON: Vote for gridlock? If only it were that simple.

As fiscal conservatives and social libertarians appealed to voters with claims that federal gridlock would finally lead to a reduction in the size of the U.S. government, it now appears they were looking at the world through rose-colored glasses.


Opinions: You got the wrong guys
Burns from hot coffee. Weight gains from fast food. Millions of dollars for a dead rat in your chicken nuggets.


Cover Story: The case of the ghost

Katie E. Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Follow one student's search to discover the grandfather she
never knew through the campus architecture he left behind.


Starbucks takes over the world

For ASU senior Matt Linden, Starbucks is not just a coffee shop, it's an experience.


Marathon woman
Political science sophomore Lianne Russo has hated running all her life. She's hated early mornings even more.


Scrabble is not a game
At 39, Jim Geary is one of the best Scrabble players in the nation. I was one of the best in my high school.


Keep the heart of art beating
Although The Paper Heart Gallery may be temporarily on life support, the local art and music venue got a shock of electricity Saturday night as an outpouring of artists and fans jolted through the gallery's veins.


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