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New bus to Orbit Tempe, replace FLASH route

COURTESY OF THE CITY OF TEMPE / Andrea Bloom
THE NEW | The Orbit buses will take over July 23 starting with two routes. The new buses will replace the Neighborhood Flash, which was never meant to last as long as it did. The new routes, called Mercury and Venus, will include east and west Tempe.

The Neighborhood Flash is no more, but something else will be circulating in its place.

Later this month, Tempe will launch the new Orbit neighborhood circulator service to replace the Neighborhood Flash, which city officials say was never meant to be around so long.





Array of churches sharing sermons, music online
God is on demand and available for download.

Police Beat
Two 21-year-old male ASU students were reportedly assaulted in the morning of July 8 on the 600 block of S. Alpha Drive.


High school janitor sentenced in sexual assault case
Former Saguaro High School janitor, 26-year-old Roberto Lemus-Rentana, was sentenced to eighty years in jail Thursday by Judge David K. Udall.


Basketball coaches add to workload

THE STATE PRESS

ASU women's basketball coach Charli Turner Thorne has been given even more responsibility to deal with.

"I'm very flattered to be elected by my peers to this prestigious position," said Turner Thorne. "I'm looking forward to contributing anyway that I can."


Devil Dish
It is such a relief to see the NCAA take the steps necessary to kill the "dumb jock" stereotype.


Torain named first-team All American
ASU senior running back Ryan Torain is being recognized as one of the nation's finest. Torain was named to Scout.com's Senior Preseason All-America team last week.


Sun Devils excel on national team
Two key members to the potent offense of the ASU baseball team are contributing dividends to the USA Baseball team.


Opinions: Blame game isn't helping environment

CHONG: Last week, Ban Ki-moon, the Secretary General of the United Nations, told the Chatham House (a London based think tank) that too much time was being wasted debating who deserved the blame for global warming and not enough time working on constructive solutions.

He stated, "What I would like to stress is rather than looking at past historical responsibilities, we need to look at historical responsibilities in the future." As a result of this international blame game, many countries refuse to enter environmental treaties.

Opinions: America's favorite past time: buying cheap crap

PIEL: Unless you have been living in the pool or spent all your time huddled around your friend's iPhone this summer, you probably heard about the recent attacks against American consumers.

First, they struck our beloved pet population with poisonous dog food. As if killing man's best friend wasn't enough, the assault continued with poisonous food additives, children's toys coated with lead-based paint and defective tires seemingly designed to come apart at high speeds.


Opinions: Boos and Bravos
Check out what the editorial board selected for Boos and Bravos this week.


Older, better and more magical

MCT

Harry Potter and his friends are finally growing up. And the result is magically delicious.

In the fifth installment of the Potter films, Harry Potter and company are older, more intense and better actors, and as a result, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" is incredibly dark and often disturbing.


Sun Devil graduate creates world's worst body shop
Sam Greene may not know much about cars, but he sure knows comedy.

Greene, a 1998 ASU communications graduate, is the lifeblood behind Comedy Central's latest faux-reality TV show, "American Body Shop," about a doomed Chandler auto body store.


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