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Charity bicycle tour makes pit stop at ASU

Kaitlin Ochenrider / THE STATE PRESS
A LONG JOURNEY: Sam Neff, 20, opens up a care package that was waiting for him upon his arrival to the ASU campus. The Michigan State University students package included snacks as well as a cell phone to keep in touch with friends and family.

In 1987, Pi Kappa Phi alum Bruce Rogers rode his bike across the United States to raise awareness for the fraternity's philanthropy organization, Push America.

Obama leading in Arizona youth vote

Recent polls show Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., as the front-runner for the youth vote in Arizona, although his Republican opponent is expected to win the state.

Economic woes hurting sale of luxury goods
The economy's downward trend has slowed sales and increased prices of luxury goods throughout the country, and businesses in the Valley are no exception.

Police Beat
A 21-year-old woman was arrested Wednesday morning on suspicion of having outstanding felony warrants, according to a police report.

Superintendent postpones plea agreement
Maricopa County Superior Court held a hearing Tuesday afternoon in Phoenix to establish a possible plea agreement for Sandra Dowling, founder of the Thomas J. Pappas Schools for homeless children, and Maricopa County School Superintendent.

ASU students start unique taxi business
When Caitlyn Szymanski, Lindsay Williams, and Rebecca Krause decided to study in Africa last summer, they found the motivation they needed to start their own business at home.

Sun Devils make noise at Olympic Track and Field trials

For an American track athlete, there is no greater meet than the one that comes around every four years.

Men's basketball poised to take back the gold

I was six when USA basketball was on top of the world. Six when Bird, Jordan, Magic, Malone and the rest were obliterating other countries and individual opponents with their sensational, unsurpassed skills during the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona.

ASU swimmers miss cut for Beijing
Competitive swimming is not a sport of seconds. To swimmers, a second is an eternity.

Devil Dish
So I'm sitting here watching the epic five-set match between Federer and Nadal for the Wimbledon Championship, thinking, why don't I watch tennis more often?

Opinions: Just making noise isn't protesting

On the Fourth of July, President Bush gave a speech at a ceremony where people were about to be sworn in as American citizens.

Opinions: We love Liberty

And we love America.

It's a totally sweet piece of land, geographically diverse, filled with overwhelming metropolises and untouched wilderness.

Opinions: Letters to the editor

Smith's 'Hancock' doesn't work despite his best effort


What do you get when a superhero drinks too much, is self-absorbed and for all intents and purposes, a jerk?

'Kit Kittredge' comes up short on laughs, emotion

There's plenty to like about "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl."

It featured an outstanding ensemble cast, including Chris O'Donnell, Julia Ormond, Joan Cusack, Stanley Tucci and child star extraordinaire Abigail Breslin.

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