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Loren Wade trial: Week 2

Ralph Freso / COURTESY OF THE EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE
Wade appeared in court Monday for the start of his murder trial's second week.

Day 7 - The second week of the trial involving former ASU football player Loren Wade in connection with the death of another former football player came to a close Thursday with the defense calling two witnesses.


Case background

- Week 1 recap
- ASU athlete arrested in slaying
- Athletes, friends rattled by former player's murder
- Wade incident avoidable, officials say
- Prof to lead investigation, interim AD named
- Athletics, ASU face shakeup
- Committee forming in Wade investigation
- Wade pleads not guilty to murder charge





Loren Wade trial: Week 1
The first week of the murder trial involving former ASU running back Loren Wade involved testimonies from witnesses inside the car at the time of the shooting.

One neighborhood wary of increased bus traffic
The Flash may soon be circulating up and down College Avenue - and neighborhood residents are divided over the proposal.

Homeless find a home on Mill Ave.
Walk down Mill Avenue on any given evening and you'll see them. Or maybe you won't bother to look.


With local residents, Seattle artist designs light rail stops
Local residents with memories or personal stories about Apache Boulevard and the Tempe Canal now have the chance to become immortalized in one of Valley Metro's planned light rail stations in the downtown area.

Starbucks moves in, Emerald Room goes violet
It's hard to miss the bright purple building on the corner of Seventh Avenue and McDowell Road in downtown Phoenix.


New Coach, New Era

Eric Binns / THE STATE PRESS

Dennis Erickson isn't trying to reinvent the game of football while taking over the ASU program.


The Spring 2007 All-State Press Team
The sports staff put together a list of their picks for the Spring 2007 All-State Press Team.


SPM Summer Travel: Weekend Getaways

Sam Nalven / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

Consider skipping town for the weekend and checking out one of these nearby destinations.


Saving souls, one Sun Devil at a time

Kyle Bagwell blends into the crowd of ASU students - until he stands on the steps surrounding the Memorial Union fountain, shouting Bible verses and philosophy for all to hear.


SPM Summer Travel: Weekend Getaways
Consider skipping town for the weekend and checking out one of these nearby destinations.


SPM Summer Travel: Historical Hotels
With summertime approaching, students will be looking for a break from their same, old Tempe surroundings. Luckily, Arizona is filled with Old West charm, and there's no better place to experience it than on a getaway to one of the state's many historic hotels.


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