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Fashionably safe

Fashion-savvy students looking for a pink defense weapon to match their outfit are in luck thanks to Taser International.

Officer's family sues Valley Metro

The family of a Tempe police officer who died last year in a motorcycle accident is suing Valley Metro Rail and the state of Arizona for the officer's death.

Police Beat
A 27-year-old San Diego woman was arrested Monday evening on the 4900 block of South Wendler Drive on charges of prostitution.

Dead men talking
Some people say the dead don't talk, but Allison DuBois would disagree.

Need exercise? Turn on the Wii
For some ASU students staying fit means eating right and exercising. For others, it means switching on the game console.

Offensive Preview: Preseason bonding pays off in big yards

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

If you ask running backs Ryan Torain or Keegan Herring what's allowed them to run for a combined 470 yards in the first three games they will attribute their success in the backfield to one main cause.

OSU expects result similar to last year's rout

Enough already with one-sided games that feature lesser teams nipping at the heels of bigger schools.

Sun Devils wary of stingy Beavers' defense
sam good, rudy carmpenter, keegan herring, dennis erickson, ryan torain, sammie sloughter, sean canfield,

Erickson faces own former recruits
Student doesn't exactly face teacher Saturday when Oregon State University journeys to Tempe for its Pacific-10 Conference opener.

Linebacker overcomes hardships on and off field
One-year-old Robert James III spends Saturday nights in Sun Devil Stadium.

Sun Devils start conference play at USC
The ASU football team isn't the only group of Sun Devils getting ready to start Pac-10 action.

Opinions: I love Google, but...

DEVOE: Google has been expanding into new territory for a while now with Google Earth, buying YouTube and taking over ASU's email, but funding the $30 million winnings for X Prize seems to be a little much. Buying YouTube and running our email system seems logical because those are still Internet related, but sponsoring a contest to put a rover on the moon… what's that all about?

Opinions: Go go gadget taser!

Getting tased sucks. Anyone who doubts the excruciating pain of 50,000 volts needs only look up Taser on YouTube. The screams of agony coming from every victim of the Taser in the online videos prove the weapon's worth and its danger.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

Feature: Trashed


In 1991, when ASU first began a recycling program, the annual budget was $95,900. Sixteen years and thousands of extra students later, that yearly budget is still $95,900, says Kerry Suson, ASU's recycling program coordinator.

Local Limelight: Rock the house

The hottest new music venue in the Valley is right in your backyard. Actually, it is your backyard, or your kitchen, or your living room.

Out: Take a dip
It may seem odd to pay to eat at a restaurant where you have to cook your own food, but the experience at Shabu Fondue is well worth it. Shabu Fondue gives the communal Swiss dipping meal an Asian twist at a reasonable price, creating deliciously interactive meals.

Sex: Absti-dance
Members of a Christian dance group are teaching other teens to save sex for marriage through an usual format: hip-hop routines and plays.

Voice: Summer in the city
"We would love to have you intern." Those seven simple words would change my summer plans, and consequently my life, forever.

For years I had wanted to live in New York City and work in fashion. This past summer, my dream came true, and I was able to have a taste of what life and work in the Big Apple was like.

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