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Phoenix senator seeks to crack down on DUIs

An Arizona state senator is looking to toughen extreme- DUI penalties with two bills in the state Legislature.

Researchers work to develop prosthetic hand controlled by brain

Need a hand? ASU can help.

Researchers with various specialties have teamed up this semester to develop a prosthetic hand controlled entirely by brain signals.

Student's 'cool' idea goes to market
A year ago, Kevin Pringles had an idea and a basic prototype for a product he hoped to mass-produce.

More Devils take unbeaten path
Most graduates trade their caps and gowns for a resume and suit, eager to enter the job market and employ the skills they learned in college.

Police Beat
An unknown male suspect reportedly shoplifted three books from the ASU Bookstore Monday afternoon.

Calendar: Jan. 25-31, 2007
Calendar of events: Sports, Music, & Art.

PTS: News & Updates
Intersection of Mill Avenue and University Drive restricted Jan. 15 - March 15

EARTH TALK: Cooking oil in vehicles
Dear EarthTalk: I understanding that you can run a diesel car on used cooking oil. Why would I want to do that and how would I convert such a vehicle to do so?

Devils clobbered in rivalry game


TUCSON - When the No. 17 UA Wildcats went on a 13-3 run to close out the first half of Wednesday's game against the visiting ASU men's basketball team, the game seemingly was over.

The Wildcats used the surge to overtake the upset-minded Sun Devils by the score of 71-47 on Lute and Bobbi Olson Court.

Devils gear up for critical home stand
Of the five months that span the ASU women's basketball team's schedule, few weeks are more important than this.

Olson has built a program, Sendek is building
The McKale Center is an intimidating place to play.

Devil Dish
If you are one of the 43 people that know Arizona has a team in the National Hockey League, feel free to disregard this message.

Opinions: Bush critics offer few helpful alternatives for Iraq war

BOWMAN: I have to admit that in the flurry of grins, applause and tight speech transitions, President Bush's State of the Union address Tuesday night stirred up in me good feelings.

The idle satisfaction didn't last long, as I settled in my seat for a round of Congressional and Democratic responses.

After the applause quieted, political elbows were quickly thrown in criticism and another resounding call for change, focused on the fighting in Iraq.

Opinions: Texas inmate needs help

THOMPSON: Tyrone Brown lost his life over two dollars and a joint of marijuana.

He's hoping to get it back, and you can help.

Here's the story: Brown grew up in a poor, black household in Oak Cliff, Texas. He dropped out of high school early on, tired of classes that failed to keep his attention.

Instead, he stole cars and wound up in juvenile correctional institutions.

Opinions: Word games
It's understandable that President Bush wouldn't want to frighten viewers during his annual State of the Union address, but come on: global climate change?

On the Cover: Painful Passion


Colorful tattoos line Anna Kinison's arms, silicone stars are implanted into her hands and scars in the shapes of stars, crosses and circles jump out from her fair skin.

Q & A: with Ben Crafts

It's easy to be starstruck when you meet someone like 20-year-old, former ASU music major Ben Crafts.

Local Limelight: Dear and the Headlights
Local band Dear and the Headlights is focused on more than just getting their name in lights. In fact, for the band members, getting to play music comes first and getting their name out comes second.

Brite's Bites: Pink Taco not titillating
Well, guys, I finally did it. I lost my Pink Taco virginity. And it was typical of anyone's first time sloppy and awkward.

Ditch the desert
Sparkling white snow. Sloping hills. Chair lifts, parks, rails and jumps.

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