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Flags wave in honor of 9/11 victims

Jeffrey Lowman / THE STATE PRESS
Jeffrey Lowman | The State Press
Remembrance: A visitor stands at attention at a 9/11 memorial at Tempe Beach Park.

Thousands of flags cover the midfield of Tempe Beach Park for a patriotic tribute to the victims of the attacks of Sept. 11 and will remain at full-mast today.


Report: Campus safety insufficient

ASU is taking "aggressive measures" to prevent a tragedy like the one that occurred at Virginia Tech University, but the University still isn't safe, said Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard.





Police Beat
A 19-year-old Glendale man was arrested Saturday evening in the area of Rio Salado Parkway and Rural Road on charges being in possession of alcohol while under 21, resisting arrest, aggravated assault, criminal damage, escape in the third-degree and possession of a false license, police reported.

¿Como están, candidates?
¡Me gusta politicos!

Phrases like this are not typically heard at a presidential debate, but for the first time in history Sunday, a Democratic debate was broadcast in Spanish.


Rose review: 3:10 to Yuma
John Wayne is crying with tears of joy because the Western is back!!! Screw the trite "wha-wha-wha's" and just let the six shooters do the singing. There hasn't been a Western this good since Tombstone and Unforgiven.


SPM blogs
Sex: He thought she knew
Out -- Under 21: First Fridays' Shiny New Cousin
Out -- Over 21: They mean it when they say Time Out


Cross country getting reps in before opener

Danielle Peterson / THE STATE PRESS

Last week the ASU men's and women's cross country teams battled a field of tough competitors and the high elevation at the George Kyte Classic in Flagstaff.


Erickson says Colorado game wasn't all bad

ASU coach Dennis Erickson couldn't wait to watch the film of Saturday's 33-14 win over Colorado. So at about 3 a.m. Sunday, he sat down to re-watch the game.


Cross country getting reps in before opener
Last week the ASU men's and women's cross country teams battled a field of tough competitors and the high elevation at the George Kyte Classic in Flagstaff.


Erickson says Colorado game wasn't all bad
ASU coach Dennis Erickson couldn't wait to watch the film of Saturday's 33-14 win over Colorado. So at about 3 a.m. Sunday, he sat down to re-watch the game.


Devil Dish


Opinions: UFC influences men to get in fights

PRICE: This past Saturday Spike TV hosted the UFC 75 Champion vs. Champion fight in London where over 16,000 people filled the O2 Arena. In April, Spike TV hosted the UFC 70, bringing in an average of 2.8 million viewers in the U.S.; mostly males ages 18-34.

Opinions: September 11 still shaping our world

SHOPE: It's hard to believe that just six years ago today, our collective lives as Americans were altered forever by hijacked planes crashing into symbols of American freedom in New York City and Washington, D.C. and into the quiet country fields of Pennsylvania. I can still remember being a junior in high school, waking up to get ready for school and turning on my television just in time to see the second plane strike the World Trade Center. I thought to myself at that point that there was no way what I was watching was actually taking place.


Letters to the Editor
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