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In Focus, episode 9: Social media memorialization and ‘cybergraves’

On this episode of In Focus, we look at what happens to social media accounts when you die. Producer Roddy Nikpour speaks to someone who had to deal with his sister's death. He saw strange results when his family memorialized her Facebook profile, but modern research says they're normal. Plus, an anthropologist sheds light on the importance of physical objects in remembering the dead.


How much do you know about your credit score?

According to the Consumer Federation of America, while more and more people are requesting their credit report, less are fully understanding it.


Do you have experience with unconventional dating sites?

According to eHarmony's statistics, 20 percent of people in long-term relationships resulted from an online dating site.


Supersize me: ASU’s new video board looks to enhance fan experience

TEMPE— Watching replays used to be a struggle for students seated in the south end zone of Sun Devil Stadium.


What happens to social media after someone passes away?

Social media is a major aspect of our lives.


Digital timer on prescription bottles may help addicts, CEO says

PHOENIX – A digital-timer on a pill bottle may help those who are fighting prescription drug addiction, the chief executive of the company that created the tool says.


Valley freeways are getting a better sensor of traffic congestion ahead

PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation is installing pavement sensors that will allow the transportation agency to more accurately track traffic flow on Valley freeways.