Members of the Arizona Board of Regents, ASU President Michael Crow and UA President Ann Weaver Hart discussed university progress and their role in job creation Thursday on the Tempe campus.
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ASU police are investigating a robbery that occurred Monday on the West campus inside the KIVA lecture hall, ASU Police Sgt. Taylor Romney said. Police were called at 5:36 p.m. and officers met with victims and searched the area but could not find anyone, Romney said. There were four suspects involved, according to police. All were described as 20-year-old black men. One was wearing a red jacket and another was wearing a white shirt, according to police.There were two victims involved and two laptops were stolen, Romney said. Reach the assistant news editor at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on Twitter @kelciegregaLike The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.
A female ASU student was concerned when she found a suspicious note left on her car earlier this week, according to ASU Police.
Tempe Police reported the following incident Monday:A 21-year-old Goodyear man was arrested Nov. 1 behind the Jack-in-the-Box on Mill Avenue on suspicion of trespassing, disorderly conduct, threatening people and marijuana possession, according to a police report. The man was observed fighting with several people behind the Jack-in-the-Box, according to the report. The man was told to leave by mounted police officers approximately 10-15 times, but the man refused and stood with both middle fingers up yelling, "F--- you, you f---ing cop. Get down here, I’ll beat your ass,” police reported. The man was asked to leave several more times but refused, but was later ordered to get on the ground, according to the report. During a search, a small baggie with a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was found in the man’s front pocket, police reported. The man was tased, handcuffed and transported to Tempe City Jail, where he was booked and released pending charges, according to the report. A 47-year-old Mesa man was arrested Nov. 2 at a Wal-Mart on the 1300 block of West Elliot Road on suspicion of shoplifting and drug possession, according to a police report. The man entered the Wal-Mart, selected items from where they were displayed on sale, concealed the items and attempted to leave without paying for them, police said. The man was contacted by Wal-Mart security and held until police arrived, according to the report. During a search, police found a small baggie containing a small quantity of a crystal substance in the man’s right pocket, police said. The man said the crystal substance was methamphetamine and that he smokes it with a pipe, police reported. The man was transported to Tempe City Jail, where he was booked and held to see a judge. Reports compiled by Kelcie Grega.Reach the assistant news editor at email@example.com or follow her on Twitter @kelciegregaLike The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter.
UPDATE: Jake Hoekstra was located Thursday morning and is being treated at Saint Joseph's Hospital for possible memory loss and a bump on his head, according to an Arizona Republic article.
What do you get when you team a time-traveling Timelord with Skyler White to solve a murder in a small town in northern California? You get Fox’s new television drama, “Gracepoint,” premiering Thursday.
Police reported the man fled the party in a green and blue colored Nissan. Officers saw the vehicle on Rural Road and Vista Del Cerro Drive and placed a high-risk vehicle stop at Broadway Road and Rural Road just east of the intersection, according to the report.
The Arizona Board of Regents have approved a pay increase for ASU President Michael Crow, which pushes his annual salary to nearly $900,000 at their meeting Friday, according to documents from the Arizona Board of Regents.
E. Coli levels have returned safe levels according to samples taken from Tempe Town Lake this morning,Tempe spokesperson Melissa Quillard said.
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Thursday:
Amid the discussion of class schedules and overpriced textbooks, sexual assault on campus, a topic which was once taboo in daily conversation, has received a lot of media attention in recent months.
ASU’s next generation of problem-solvers all met to exhibit their research projects and solutions during Innovation Showcase Thursday on the Polytechnic campus.
President Michael Crow answers questions at a Q&A session on April 29, which was broadcasted live to all ASU campuses. (Photo by Mario Mendez)
Gamers made an impact on the local Arizona community at GameCon 2.5 Thursday on the Polytechnic Campus.
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications will soon be welcoming Vice President of Public Affairs Virgil Renzulli as a professor of strategic communications to undergraduate and graduates students.
(Photo Courtesy of Peter Rillero)
Alex Alvarez, criminology and criminal justice professor at NAU, told a room full of students that genocide is not inevitable but still possible.
David Guston is one of the three ASU researchers who have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a workshop to build a global, multi-institutional network of collaborators to celebrate the bicentennial of the publication of Mary Shelley’s "Frankenstein.” (Photo by Ryan Liu)
Aces of Arizona president Gretchen Ayub told a group of students that someone’s sexuality isn’t a black and white issue.