Top 30 ASU Football Tailgating Photos of the Year

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Photo by Benjamin Leatherman

All season, New Times has been documenting the tailgate parties outside Sun Devil Stadium before the football games at Arizona State University.

In advance of this weekend's Pac-12 Championship Game in Tempe, we bring you the 30 best ASU tailgating photos of the year:

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Photos: Inside the Deadly Yarnell Hill Fire

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More than a half-million dollars in fines against the Arizona State Forestry Division for safety violations during the deadly Yarnell Hill Fire were approved yesterday by a state commission.

Included in the information the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health compiled during its investigation were dozens of photos of the fire, taken before and after the deaths of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots. Some of the photos were actually taken by the fallen hotshots. Check out all of the photos included in the report, most of which haven't been seen before by the public:

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Arizona Traffic Photos of the Week

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There was some airport traffic on Thanksgiving eve.

This week was a weird one for traffic in Phoenix, and around the state.

In addition to the typical antics of bad drivers, there was some odd weather, extraordinarily packed roadways, and strangely vacant roadways due to Thanksgiving -- all captured by the Arizona Department of Transportation's highway cameras. Check out our picks for this week's top highway oddities:

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Photos: ASU Homecoming Celebrations in Tempe

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Photo by Benjamin Leatherman

Homecoming was this weekend at Arizona State University, which included ASU's football team trouncing the Washington Huskies, 53-24.

New Times was in Tempe to document the festivities. Check out the photos below:

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Photos: Topless Protest in Phoenix (NSFW, Obviously)

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Photo by Jeremiah Toller

It turns out that there were actually two topless protests in the Valley this weekend.

Last year marked the first time a Phoenix "Go Topless Day" protest was organized to demonstrate against gender inequality, and the organizer of that event decided to move it to Tempe this year. At the same time, others kept the protest in Phoenix alive, and we've got photos.

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What Would You Look Like With a D-Cup? Try the New Plastic Surgery Simulator

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Plastic Surgery Simulator

We at New Times often wonder what we'd look like with DD breasts and lips like inner tubes.

And if the Good Father did not see fit to bless you with Shakira's backside or the chin like a book-end that you so desire, you can stop picturing in your head how you might appear. You can find out, thanks to an app called Plastic Surgery Simulator.

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Here Are Photos of an MCSO Deputy Pulling the Covers Off 10 Guys in a Bed (a Truck Bed)

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Before (left) and after (right).
The photo above is of an MCSO deputy pulling the covers off 10 guys, who are in (a truck) bed together.

These photos are included in a press release from the Sheriff's Office, noting that Sheriff Joe Arpaio's boys are on a hot streak catching "illegal aliens" -- 53 in the last 30 days.

See also:
-Joe Arpaio: "Illegal Aliens" Keep Trying to Run Away, So All Deputies Get Automatic Weapons

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Joe Arpaio Threat Suspect Has A Bit of A History Dealing With Law Enforcement

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Clifton Dawayne Brooks
According to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, the gentleman pictured above is 35-year-old Clifton Dawayne Brooks -- the guy the sheriff's office says "threatened to kill" Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio and the FBI announced yesterday that the FBI's Portland, Oregon office raided the house Brooks was living in, after it was discovered he was allegedly running a website that glorified killing cops, along with a photo of Arpaio with the words "You're Next, Joe -- watch your back, bitch!" directly above it.

Brooks wasn't arrested Monday when the FBI rolled through, but he has been arrested at least three times, and has been on the receiving end of a Taser blast from cops in the Portland area that was covered by local media.

Brooks was convicted in 2001 of making a bomb threat online, which counts as a federal crime, and has also been arrested on charges criminal mischief and interfering with a peace officer.

Then the feds rolled through his house on a warrant Monday to seize evidence, and the only detail we got about what was inside the home was what Arpaio called "strange items pinned on the wall."

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Shaquille O'Neal Gets BlowJobian Treatment by New York Times

A friend just pointed out a little question-and-answer interview that the New York TImes published over the weekend with Shaquille O'Neal.

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The Big Thingamajig, back in the day

Here's the link for a quick look.

Note the following back and forth between the Big Guy and one Joe Brescia, who works for the Times and specializes in slowpitch softball (questions, that is):

"How is your law enforcement career going?"


I'm going to be running for undersheriff in Lake County, Fla."

"Is that the career you would have chosen if you did not play basketball?"


"I'd probably be an F.B.I. agent."


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A Motley, Who's Who Crew of Politicos Shows Up for Changing of the Guard at Phoenix Law Enforcement Association Lunch

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Joe Yahner, Paul Babeu, Tom Horne, Greg Stanton, Geral Richard, Phil Gordon, Russell Pearce, Joe Arpaio (left to right, top to bottom)
There they were.

All in one room.

And there was remarkably no blood spilled.

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu. Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Attorney General Tom Horne. Gerald Richard, a law enforcement policy advisor for the AG's Office. Phoenix Police Chief Joe Yahner. Among others.

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