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Former ASU football player guilty of second-degree murder

COURTESY OF THE EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE
WAITING | Wade listens during his trial May 30. The former Sun Devil never took the stand before the defense rested its case.

Former ASU football player Loren Wade was found guilty of second-degree murder Thursday for the shooting of Brandon Falkner, another former ASU football player in 2005.
More: After the trial
More: Case background
Slideshow: Loren Wade Trial





Fate of former Sun Devil in jury's hands
The fate of a former ASU football player will be in the hands of a jury of 14 women and one man after they hear closing statements today.

Seventeen ASU users face lawsuits for illegally downloading music
Don't download music from illegal online programs - you might get slapped with a lawsuit.


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.

Stores, pet owners look for alternatives to pet food after recall
A spokesperson for PetSmart said Friday that the company is concerned for consumers over the ongoing pet food recall.


Sun Devils hammer Nebraska, bring Super Regional home

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

The ASU baseball team earned the right to stay in Tempe for next weekend's NCAA Baseball Super Regional.


Lady Devils knocked out of dance

DePaul's first win over the Sun Devils since 1999 was the last loss of a solid season.


Sun Devils hammer Nebraska, bring Super Regional home
The ASU baseball team earned the right to stay in Tempe for next weekend's NCAA Baseball Super Regional.


Lady Devils knocked out of dance
DePaul's first win over the Sun Devils since 1999 was the last loss of a solid season.


Devil Dish
I don't see any way Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick runs away from his latest scandal.


Opinions: Carbon footprinting: Good, but flawed

CHONG: Last fall, the British Government launched a program that would educate and encourage businesses to cut down their products' "carbon footprint" -- a term that describes the amount of carbon pollutants emitted during the process of creation and shipment of a product.

Opinions: Watching TV -- even crap -- is a matter of free speech

SNOW: Often times for dinner, I will plop down on the couch for a few minutes in front of the idiot box. I'll cycle through the channels -- making stops at the History and Discovery channels, Comedy Central and sometimes MTV -- until I find something to stare at while my fork attempts to find my mouth.


Opinions: Boo's & Bravo's
Check out the editorial board's Boos & Bravos this week.


An Accidental pregnancy has never been so funny

MCT

While a one-night-stand turned unexpected pregnancy is horrible for real life, it's great for the movies.


Flower power on a plate

Over in the forgotten area east of Rural Road, where light rail construction has ruined most small businesses, one local restaurant is still hanging on for dear life.
Plaid, a once bustling dinnertime Mecca for hippies and tofu lovers, is now sparse with costumers.


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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