Saying goodbye by State PressJun 30, 2008 “In a classroom on the second floor of Discovery Hall on Monday, rows of people sat silently while Byron Yellowhair's mother openly wept over the untimely death of her eldest son.”
New trials, new hope in program by State PressMar 22, 2008 “Dubbed the "Snaggletooth Killer" and convicted of the 1991 murder of a Phoenix bartender, Ray Krone spent 10 years in prison three of them on death row.”
Security upped after apartment assaults by State PressFeb 29, 2008 “Following a reported sexual assault Sunday and an attempted sexual assault on Feb. 7, the Gateway at Tempe apartment complex is working to improve its safety, security officials at the apartment said Wednesday.”
Sentence: Death by State PressJan 26, 2008 “For a crime that took nearly 25 years to solve and a criminal case that spanned five years, the jury of convicted murderer Clarence Wayne Dixon needed fewer than 15 minutes to reach its sentence: death.
Grief takes the stand
'A fairly bleak and empty life'
Justice served 30 years later
Residents seek extra protection after strangling (Jan. 20, 1978)
Her friends 'don't understand' (Jan. 19, 1978) Leads dry up in coed's death (Jan. 17, 1978) Slideshow”
'A fairly bleak and empty life' by State PressJan 24, 2008 “Twelve Maricopa Superior Court jurors are deciding Wednesday whether Clarence Wayne Dixon will be executed or spend the rest of his life in prison for the 1978 rape and murder of ASU senior Deana Bowdoin.”
Till death did them part by State PressDec 05, 2007 “An inseparable trio would be forever divided after a New Year's celebration turned tragic and now acts as grounds for a stifled murder and aggravated assault investigation.”
ASU students from Calif. fear for homes by State PressOct 25, 2007 “With 16 separate fires raging over seven Southern California counties and thousands evacuated from their homes, some ASU students have been left worried about the safety of their friends and families.”
In wake of campus violence, ASU to review emergency response policies by State PressApr 18, 2007 “ASU officials plan to review University emergency response policies following the massacre at Virginia Tech Monday where at least 33 people, including a gunman, were killed in the deadliest shooting in U.S. history. 80”