House passes bill to cap tuition
The Arizona House of Representatives passed a bill late Monday that would cap tuition hikes at the state's three universities and take control away from the Arizona Board of Regents. The bill, which the House passed by a 40-19 vote, would prevent the Regents from setting tuition higher than the rate of inflation, plus one percent.

Cardinals taking a step back
The Arizona Cardinals seem to have everything going for them these days. They are coming off their first appearance in the postseason in 17 years and they have quarterback Jake Plummer locked up for a long time.

Editorial: Turn up support for KAMP several notches
Sign on to the KAMP petition. Despite its 11 years on campus and the thousands of students who have been involved, KAMP Student Radio remains a largely unsung voice of the students. The station, which has grown to a 200-student staff, has been faced with one difficulty after another in attempting to provide the university community with student-produced music, sports and public affairs programming. In short, the 11 years of KAMP have been a story of potential cut short by the logistics of creating a radio station. From the loss of its cable access outlet to the myriad problems the station faced in attempt at AM broadcast in the past four years, the station's large and dedicated staff is testament to the student interest in broadcasting, an interest that has largely gone unacknowledged. In December, for example, the station's attempt at a FM frequency was shot down.

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Today: Sunny and continued warm. Highs in the mid 80s. Light southeast wind, becoming northwest at 10 mph in the afternoon. Tonight, clear. Lows in the upper 40s.

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