So-called "date rape" cases will be handled differently at the state's three universities because of a lawsuit settlement -- no more sweeping cases under the rug. State lawmakers are considering a change to tax code -- critics say that's code for tax hike. Drink up on Indian land: The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has voted to allow alcohol sales at restaurants, opening a new revenue stream for developers. Concerns about speed cameras have Democrat and Republican state lawmakers driving in the same lane. The driver in a fatal bus accident may have been distracted, state troopers say. Not all in the family: Bashas' to lay off 350 workers. Eateries offer free food to boost sales. DMX's dogs may get out of jail before he does. It's time to settle up on Super Bowl bets.
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