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ASU scientists, local power company looking to brighten Arizona's solar power situation
Deanna Dent / THE STATE PRESS
SOLD ON CELLS: Chemistry and biochemistry post-graduate student John Tolle, 36, left, and chemistry graduate student Jesse Tice, 24, both researchers working with professor John Kouvetakis on his solar power research, stand next to a deposition chamber where materials that will be incorporated into solar cells are synthesized inside the Goldwater Center for Science and Engineering.  As energy costs soar, scientists and power companies are working to make solar power a cheaper and more available option for Arizonans.

Former football player suspected in police assault

Kyran Jones Tempe Police are investigating a former redshirt football player suspected of attacking a police officer last week.

Science fair draws record participation
University support for an annual Arizona science and engineering fair held in conjunction with the Polytechnic American Indian Programs office has hit an all-time high this year, according to AIP administration.

Police Beat: 24-year-old arrested Sunday for endangerment, burglary
A 47-year-old Phoenix man was arrested Saturday evening on the 600 block of South Mill Avenue on suspicion of possession of marijuana, narcotics and drug paraphernalia, police reported.

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