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Crow among highest-paid public university presidents
Michael Crow is one of America's highest-paid public university presidents, but not as high as ASU's size might suggest, according to a new report.

Tempe kicks off winter season while students make last dash
Courtney Sargent / THE STATE PRESS
Santa Claus turns on the Christmas tree lights after the Fanstasy of Lights Parade Saturday in Tempe. For many, Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the country's holiday season. But for students, it's a short breather before a doubly stressful time - finals plus Christmas.

Gambling Web sites deal with federal ban
Despite the potentially negative impacts of a federal online gambling law, profits at Tyler Hancock's online poker Web site are almost back to where they were before the law passed in October.

Online learning on tap for Ariz. K-12 students
This time next year, the 1 million Arizona elementary, middle and high school students and 75,000 teachers in Arizona public schools will be able to access online resources with a new myASU-type program developed by the University.

Police Beat
A 33-year-old Tempe man was arrested Tuesday evening on the 1600 block of East Apache Boulevard on charges of criminal damage.

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