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University newspaper staffs are reeling from a recent federal appellate court ruling upholding administrators’ right to review campus papers with the same authority that the U.S. Supreme Court gave high school principals. The ruling could set up a battle over campus press freedom.
LOS ANGELES - Just when it seemed Michael Richards was about to leave the most troubling incident of his career behind, his publicist is having to explain how the comic could consider himself to be Jewish.
LOS ANGELES - Consumer advocates, minority groups and homeowners, some chanting “Save our homes, fix our loans,” staged a demonstration outside Countrywide Financial Corp. offices Wednesday.
Dan K. Thomasson: There is a striking resemblance to covering the White House and nourishing an infant.
Several states are considering constitutional protections for hunting in a pre-emptive move intended to thwart efforts of advocacy groups to make shooting animals illegal.
A Tempe city councilman is pressing Arizona State University to snatch the Insight Bowl from Phoenix in exchange for $6 million to expand its main campus.
December 10, 2004
PINELLAS PARK, Fla. - One week since her feeding tube was removed, Terri Schiavo is weakening and down "to her last hours," her father said Friday, as the severely brain-damaged woman's parents held out hope for unlikely help from Gov. Jeb Bush or from courts that previously have refused to restore her feeding tube.
The third question had just come from the throng of about 100 reporters on Tuesday when Barry Bonds was slightly jolted from the vibration of the cell phone ringing on his hip.
Arizona point guard Nic Wise is confident the Wildcats are prepared for Louisville's vaunted press.
FLAGSTAFF -- Keith Little, one of the most recognizable faces of the Navajo Code Talkers, has died.
Mesa’s fire chief is taking his case for increased funding for the fire department directly to the people, targeting civic groups, large homeowners associations and anyone else who will listen.
An Arizona sheriff's deputy shot during a confrontation with marijuana smugglers in April was fired Wednesday for statements he later made to a weekly newspaper.
Tempe towing companies are pressing the City Council to raise the maximum amount they can charge drivers for hauling away illegally parked vehicles.
February 9, 2005
Few principals welcome controversy. Yet they hire yearbook and newspaper advisers to teach journalism — which sometimes involves stirring up controversy.
Because local politics these days is mostly about not offending voters, Scottsdale City Council meetings rarely create televised drama that stops you in mid-remote.
WASHINGTON - Sen. John McCain pressed a cable company’s case for pricing changes with regulators at the same time a tax-exempt group that he co-founded solicited $200,000 in contributions from the company.
WASHINGTON - President Bush on Wednesday named conservative commentator Tony Snow as White House press secretary, putting a new face on a troubled administration.
WASHINGTON - President Bush summoned vaccine manufacturers to a White House meeting Friday, hoping to personally boost the rickety industry amid increasing fears of a worldwide outbreak of bird flu. It's the latest in a flurry of preparations for a possible pandemic after criticism of the government's response to Hurricane Katrina.
WASHINGTON - President Bush on Tuesday demanded at least $550 billion in tax cuts over 10 years, a retreat from his original proposal of more than $700 billion that reflected congressional reluctance to run up bigger deficits in wartime.
CINCINNATI, Ohio — The Rev. Dan Kroger braced for bad news a few weeks ago when he asked a focus group of college students what they thought of the St. Anthony Messenger, the Catholic magazine he publishes in Cincinnati.
More than two dozen Tribune journalists were honored for their work by the Arizona Press Club at the group’s annual banquet Saturday night.
More than 300 football and men's basketball players from Arizona, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Purdue and UCLA want the NCAA and college presidents to set aside a cut of TV sports revenue for student-athletes to cover the cost of their education.