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Arizona State head coach Todd Graham runs on the field with his team prior to an NCAA college football game against Sacramento State on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013, in Tempe.
Thomas Weber's extra-point attempt is blocked in ASU's 20-19 loss to Wisconsin in 2010.
Wisconsin freshman Corey Clement busts loose for a big gain against Massachusetts.
CHICAGO - Democrats in Wisconsin and Hawaii were heading to the polls Tuesday in a presidential campaign that has grown increasingly negative with charges of broken promises, plagiarism and petty partisanship.
A collection of photos from Arizona State's wild 32-30 victory against Wisconsin on Sept. 14, 2013.
Greece has arrived in Wisconsin. While not yet as violent as the protests that occurred in Greece, their goal is the same. “Give me more.” Teachers claim their demonstration is for the children. Hogwash. It’s all about the money. Teachers are being asked to pay about 5 percent of their salary (compared with 7 percent in the private sector) toward their pensions, and 12 percent (20 percent private sector) for health care insurance. I buy individual health insurance in Arizona and pay $414 each month for my healthy 21-year-old student son and me with a $10,000 deductible. Who will march on my behalf? States are broke and desperately trying to balance budgets. The free ride for public sector unions is over.
Greece has arrived in Wisconsin. While not yet as violent as the protests that occurred in Greece, their goal is the same. "Give me more." Teachers claim their demonstration is for the children. Hogwash. It's all about the money. Teachers are being asked to pay about 5 percent of their salary (compared with 7 percent in the private sector) toward their pensions, and 12 percent (20 percent private sector) for health care insurance. I buy individual health insurance in Arizona and pay $414 each month for my healthy 21-year-old student son and me with a $10,000 deductible. Who will march on my behalf? States are broke and desperately trying to balance budgets. The free ride for public sector unions is over.
LAHAINA, Hawaii — Trevon Hughes scored 24 points and Keaton Nankivil had a pair of crucial dunks in the final 90 seconds to lead Wisconsin to a 65-61 win over Arizona in the first round of the Maui Invitational on Monday night.
MILWAUKEE - Willem Dafoe returned home to Wisconsin, where he said seeing childhood friends reminded him of the importance of old ties.
Actor Willem Dafoe is seen with his wife Giada Colagrande, left, at a reception as part of The Milwaukee International Film Festival Friday, Sept. 21, 2007, in Milwaukee.
Alando Tucker didn’t have a moment to waste. Minutes after finishing his workout for Suns coaches Thursday, the Wisconsin forward and projected late first round pick answered media questions courteously, but as quickly as possible.
John Kerry's chief rivals all but ceded three weekend elections to the high-striding presidential front-runner on Wednesday, covering their retreat with fresh claims that he is a flip-flopping Washington insider who would lead the party to defeat this fall.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., steps off stage and past an American flag during a campaign stop, in Memphis, Tenn. Wednesday.
Erbert and Gerbert’s Sandwich Shop, a national fast-casual sandwich chain offering subs and gourmet soups, is opening its first Arizona location at 117 E. Fifth Street in Tempe in mid-September. Entrepreneurs Brad and Gillienne Budde, ages 26 and 21, will be co-managing the store. The husband-and-wife duo hope to open two more Erbert & Gerbert’s locations in the area by the end of 2015.
Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave ran to the left, started to put his knee down and placed the ball on the ground, thinking he had set up the Badgers for a potential game-winning field goal over Arizona State.
I see that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has decided to reject the Medicaid expansion in Wisconsin because it is too expensive. The next part of Gov. Walker’s plan is for Wisconsin to tighten eligibility for Medicaid, lift a cap on childless adults and — get this — force people to buy insurance through a government-run marketplace known as an exchange. That’s wonderful, Scott. By the way, I couldn’t help noticing that your program is the same as Obamacare, so I’m not sure what the advantage would be. Maybe we could call it “Walkercare” instead of “Obamacare” and that would make Gov Walker feel better.
OAK CREEK, Wis. (AP) — An unidentified gunman killed six people at a Sikh temple in suburban Milwaukee on Sunday in a rampage that left terrified congregants hiding in closets and others texting friends outside for help. The suspect was killed outside the temple in a shootout with police officers.
The gig is up! The Senate vote in Wisconsin is not so much an assault on unions, but a victory and a seat at the table for taxpayers. It also represents restoration of individual rights if government unions would stop and consider. With this vote, teachers have won a choice whether they want to join the union and pay dues. They no longer are forced into payroll deductions for union dues. Teachers have won the opportunity to be rewarded for good performance, and parents win by schools being able to fire teachers for nonperformance. Formerly, unions controlled hiring and firing practices. Now school districts can staff based on merit and performance. They can remove the dead wood.
RICE LAKE, Wis. — The woman killed at a suburban Phoenix race track over the weekend is being remembered by co-workers in northern Wisconsin as a good friend who will be deeply missed.
The Arizona State baseball team finished off a four-game season-opening sweep Sunday with an 11-0 victory over Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Packard Stadium.
Until a few months ago, Donald Graff had never set foot in the Valley - only a drive through northern Arizona 30 years ago. But his second-place finish for a Florida Catholic school principal post left a strong impression there on parishioners who had once belonged to Christ the King Catholic parish in Mesa.
October 21, 2004
Actor-comedian Bill Cosby, right, greets International Women\'s Media Foundation\'s Courage in Journalism Award winners in New York.