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Tempe firefighters come home after battling Calif. blazes

Photos courtesy of Mike Kominska / THE STATE PRESS
FLAMETHROWER: Tempe Firefighters use drip torches to back burn the brush in the area surrounding homes to control the fire in Fallbrook, Calif. Wednesday, Oct. 24.

California firefighters weren't the only ones to battle the wildfires that occurred in recent weeks. Valley firefighters also helped control the blazes and protect homes in the southern part of the state.

Display, forum aim to bring awareness to sexual assaults

Sexual assault awareness groups came together outside the Memorial Union Wednesday to promote awareness and state that real men always ask before sex.

Dutch Bros. owners hope to expand coffee to Valley
Owners of a new coffee shop hope to expand the stand's Valley business outside of Tempe within the next year.

Professor develops laser to fight viruses
One ASU professor is hoping to employ cutting-edge laser technology in the battle against deadly viruses, including HIV.

Police Beat
A 23-year-old Douglas, Ariz. man was arrested Tuesday evening on the 1100 block of East Baseline Road on charges of possession of dangerous drugs and narcotics and an outstanding Cochise County super warrant for theft, according to the police report.

Just getting started


Coming off the best season in program history, the ASU women's basketball team has even higher expectations for what lies ahead.

Sun Devils take on Team USA at home tonight

The 2007-08 edition of the ASU women's basketball team will make its debut tonight when it plays an exhibition game against the USA Women's National Team at Wells Fargo Arena.

Sun Devils squeeze by Wildcats
For the second straight season the Sun Devils have dominated the Wildcats.

Sendek unhappy with defense in win
It was much of the same for the ASU men's basketball team Wednesday night, as it recorded another comfortable exhibition-game win against a Division II opponent at Wells Fargo Arena.

Devil Dish
Better late than never, NBA commission David Stern has finally made it to town.

Opinions: Web 2.0: media by the mob

What happens when we only see what we want to? Well, apparently, YouTube happens. And what's on YouTube? Irreverent, pointless, slapstick comedy, weirdos doing weird stuff and nearly nude girls.

Opinions: Share the Tales of Beedle the Bard

DEVOE: J.K. Rowling just released a new Harry Potter-related book, "The Tales of Beedle the Bard" and my inner dork squealed with glee until I realized I would never be able to read it.

Opinions: Letters to the Editor

'Bible' documentary will bring you to tears

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The controversial documentary "For the Bible Tells Me So" was never supposed to come to Phoenix

On the Cover: Playing with fire

Newly constructed buildings on campus have them. So do residence halls. But not the second floor of the Memorial Union.

ASU Tempe campus sprinkler coverage

Voice: The drugs that took my brother away
It's hard enough to move to a new city, start a college career and meet a new set of friends. It's even harder when two weeks before you start a new life, your brother's life ends.

Local Limelight: Having her day
Her long dark hair, bright red lipstick and tattooed skin may make Wensday look like a vocalist for a punk rock band. But beneath it all, her sultry, classically trained voice is making waves among jazz and blues musicians at the local and national levels.

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