Hot Links: Light Rail Extensions Not Coming Soon Enough for Some; Gag Order Revised in St. Johns Murder Case; First State Flu Patient of Season Reported

Remember when folks were whining about light rail construction? (Okay, some of us still are.) The Repub reports this morning that a group of local residents and business owners are complaining loudly about project -- specifically, that it's not coming soon enough to their neighborhoods. This could be a case of being careful about what you're wishing for... In other news: the judge in case of St. Johns boy accused of murder wants to put a "cork" in leaks with a revised gag order. Cough due to cold? Maybe it's something worse -- Arizona health officials report treating the state's first influenza patient of the season. All that sunshine, and not enough solar panels. At least, that's the assessment of energy experts at an Arizona State University conference this week. Government jobs being cut in growing town of Buckeye. A Surprise couple gets run over by their own minivan: No joke -- the husband died and the wife was seriously injured. Just when Cards' running back Edggerin James thought he could get out, they pull him back in. Superbugs -- they're what's for dinner, and they might make you gravely ill if you don't kill the little bastards on the grill.

Residents and business owners complain that light rail extensions aren't coming soon enough

Judge decries "media circus" over release of video confession of St. Johns boy suspected of shooting father

Doctors see first flu patient this season in Arizona

State lags in solar power productions, say experts at ASU conference

39 Buckeye employees lose jobs

Surprise couple run over by own minivan, husband killed

Running back Edgerrin James told he can't leave Cardinals

"Superbug" lurks in raw beef, says U of A researcher -- Ray Stern