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18 wheels and countless dangers Trucking companies often put non-English speakers, felons, addicts in driver's seat, but rarely take blame in fatal crashes On a sunny December afternoon, Kim Hughes turned onto State Highway 114 in Wise County and headed west toward home in...
Elections Easy to Steal, Say Computer Scientists Sept. 15, 2006 — When you walk into a voting booth and close the curtain behind you, you know which candidates you like, and you expect the people you choose will get your vote. Right? Not necessarily, says Edward W. Felten, a...
Murderer Wants State-Funded Sex Change Federal Court Judge Will Decide Whether Sex Change Is Necessity or Choice By MARY KATE BURKE, ABC News Law & Justice Unit Sept. 15, 2006 — When Michelle Kosilek was convicted of murder in 1993, she wasn't known as Michelle. She was...
A Chip That Can Transfer Data Using Laser Light Sign In to E-Mail This Print Reprints Save By JOHN MARKOFF Published: September 18, 2006 SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17 — Researchers plan to announce on Monday that they have created a silicon-based chip that can produce laser beams. The...
Most Tribes in Anbar Agree to Unite Against Insurgents BAGHDAD, Sept. 17 — Nearly all the tribes from Iraq’s volatile Sunni-dominated Anbar Province have agreed to join forces and fight Al Qaeda insurgents and other foreign-backed “terrorists,” an influential tribal leader said...
Texas A.G. Gregg Abott Will give a free seminar and DVD to parents about "Online Predators" at Westlake High School on Wednesday, September 20th at 7 o'clock in the Fine Arts Building on campus. For more information log on to www.oag.state.tx.us .
Don Kurtz will be on Austin's Morning News to talk about the upcoming Hawaiin Cruise.
A Houston-area mother pleaded guilty to charges of killing her baby with cocaine that was ingested through her breast milk, KPRC Local 2 reported Wednesday. Catherine James pleaded guilty to injury to a child charges in a Brazoria County district court, officials said. The...