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He said, she said: Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Attorney General Terry Goddard have butted heads over a U.S. Supreme Court case. Brewer wants Goddard to file a legal brief in support of a 2006 state law on funding for students who are learning English, and Goddard says Brewer has no authority to determine the legal position of the state...Accused cop killer Donald Delahanty is on trial for the shooting death of Phoenix police officer David Uribe. If convicted, Delahanty could face the death penalty...Neil Havens Rodreick II, a sex offender who posed as a 12 year-old boy to enroll in schools is set to be sentenced today. He pleaded guilty last year to seven criminal charges, and could receive a sentence of more than 70 years...President Barack Obama will deliver the keynote speech at the ASU graduation ceremony this spring, and many students are selling their tickets to for anywhere from $50 to $100. ASU has warned students that they may take all their tickets if they're caught scalping...A former softball coach at Apache Junction High School is being held on bond in connection with an alleged relationship with one of her 16 year-old players. Raenna Jewell was arrested after the mother of the teenage girl reported suspicious text messages between her daughter and Jewell...Goodbye, Viagra, hello penis-numbing spray! The Royal Victoria Hospital in Ireland has developed a sex aid for men in the form of an anaesthetic spray that supposedly prolongs intercourse and prevents premature ejaculation. Such a product could certainly benefit those who are hard-up.

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