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Hitting the road has never felt
so green

Jamie Scharer / THE STATE PRESS
FULL TANK: Physics and mathematics sophomore Aaron Royer drives a Nissan Versa.  These vehicles are included in a new trend known as Green Cars  cars that are environmentally friendly and have low fuel emissions. When Diana Browne bought her new car, she wasn't too concerned about saving the environment. Instead, she was looking to save some cash with a vehicle that would give her good gas mileage.

New system does away with pre-reg
Pre-registration is gone, and sociology junior Leanne Young said that's a good thing.

Tempe police take stroll down Mill Avenue
Bettina Hansen / THE STATE PRESS
AFTERNOON WALK: Tempe Police Officer J.J. Arredondo arrests a man on Mill Avenue Thursday afternoon. During the busy lunch hour on Mill Avenue, Tempe police officers get off of their bikes and patrol on foot. After patrolling Mill Avenue for almost two years, Officer J.J. Arredondo of Tempe Police hit the bricks of downtown Tempe in a different way Thursday - on foot.

Through mentors, students see their future
Seven ASU students are getting a taste of city government this semester thanks to a new mentor program.

ASU Police want to know: won't you be their neighbor?
ASU's Police Department is bringing the police station to the residence halls.

Police Beat
A 19-year-old male ASU student was arrested Tuesday night at Sonora Center on charges of an outstanding warrant.

The man's outstanding warrant was a failure to pay a fee for being a minor in possession, according to police reports.

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