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State to crack down on unpaid tolls Drivers who ignore bills will be fined $5 per transaction next year 09:40 PM CST on Monday, December 3, 2007 By MICHAEL A. LINDENBERGER / The Dallas Morning News mlindenberger@dallasnews.com Now may be the time to pay those pesky invoices for...
Hold the ice: What's in your glass might surprise you COLD TRUTH | 'Someone's not washing their hands properly': 1 in 5 samples from restaurants, bars found to have high levels of bacteria December 2, 2007 BY ART GOLAB AND LEONARD N. FLEMING Staff Reporters/ agolab@suntimes.com...
Caddo Mills dad complains on teen's paddling Caddo Mills ISD board calls meeting to discuss principal's employment 10:03 PM CST on Monday, December 3, 2007 By KARIN SHAW ANDERSON / The Dallas Morning News ksanderson@dallasnews.com The father of a Caddo Mills 15-year-old has sent...
Nevada man is guilty of killing trees Douglas Hoffman, 60, of Henderson faces up to 35 years in prison for destroying hundreds of trees that blocked his view of the Strip. By Ashley Powers, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer December 4, 2007 HENDERSON, NEV. -- Cloaked by darkness, a...
Meet the Only Man on Campus, Among 2,300 Women He's the only man on campus. Wellesley College's all-female world is hosting Mohammad Usman, 19, for a semester-long program, making him the only male student among 2,300 females. "I thought it would be really fascinating to be the...
Bush aides plan 2008 makeover By: Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei Dec 3, 2007 07:26 PM EST President Bush plans to use the next two weeks to defuse fights with Congress over the economy, laying the groundwork for a 2008 strategy aimed at assisting GOP candidates early on and...
Single mothers give birth to half N.M. babies 05:37 PM CST on Monday, December 3, 2007 The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE – Single mothers gave birth to more than half the babies born in New Mexico in 2005, which is higher than the national average, according to the state Health...
Girls Make History by Sweeping Top Honors at a Science Contest By AMANDA MILLNER-FAIRBANKS Published: December 4, 2007 Girls won top honors for the first time in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology, one of the nation’s most coveted student science awards,...
Divorce Found to Harm The Environment With Higher Energy, Water Use By Juliet Eilperin Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, December 4, 2007; Page A02 Divorce is not just a family matter. It exacts a serious toll on the environment by boosting the energy and water consumption...