The Jeff Ward Show

_______________________________________________________________________ Long Strike Could Cost GM Billions By TOM KRISHER and DEE-ANN DURBIN AP Auto Writers 9/25/2007 If the United Auto Workers strike against General Motors Corp. lasts longer than a week or two, it could cost GM...
_______________________________________________________________________ TSA considers reservations for airport security By Thomas Frank USA TODAY 9/25/07 Like golfers who reserve tee times and diners who reserve restaurant slots, airline passengers may be able to reserve the...
_______________________________________________________________________ Americans Can Go Without Sex Longer Than The Internet, Study Finds If they can't access the Internet when they want to, Americans say they worry that they're missing out on something important. By Sharon...
_______________________________________________________________________ Columnist responds to Gundy's tirade Associated Press September 25, 2007 STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- A newspaper columnist for The Oklahoman on Tuesday defended her reporting on a story that prompted a tirade...
________________________________________________________________________ Tech's defensive coordinator steps down By DWAIN PRICE Star-Telegram Staff Writer Mon, Sep. 24, 2007 The fallout from Texas Tech's defensive debacle against Oklahoma State came swiftly as the Red Raiders...
_______________________________________________________________________ Lack of sleep may be deadly By Ben Hirschler Reuters Mon Sep 24, 2007 LONDON (Reuters) - People who do not get enough sleep are more than twice as likely to die of heart disease, according to a study...
_______________________________________________________________________ Cowboys' Gundy doesn't back down after postgame tirade ESPN.com news services Monday, September 24, 2007 Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy might have liked to choose his words differently after a...
________________________________________________________________________ A district-based Austin City Council up for debate again Timing problems, lack of public interest could hamper seventh attempt in three decades to pass a district plan. By Sarah Coppola AMERICAN-STATESMAN...
_______________________________________________________________________ Austin boosts pay for bi-lingual employees KLBJ Newsroom 9/24/2007 The Austin City Council has set aside money in next year’s city budget to offer incentive pay to employees that speak Asian languages...