The Jeff Ward Show

_______________________________________________________________________ Slow Down, Brave Multitasker, and Don’t Read This in Traffic By STEVE LOHR New York Times March 25, 2007 Correction Appended Confident multitaskers of the world, could I have your attention? Think you can...
________________________________________________________________________ Man Says Sex Change Should End Alimony Florida Man Argues His Ex-Wife's Sex Change Should End His Obligation to Pay Alimony By PHIL DAVIS The Associated Press CLEARWATER, Fla. - Lawrence Roach agreed to pay...
______________________________________________________________________ Matters of the heart at the Capitol Lawmaker proposes making it easier to cancel dating service contracts. By Corrie MacLaggan AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Tuesday, March 27, 2007 Drew Williams is a Seguin...
______________________________________________________________________ Watson favors modification of top 10 percent law Freshman senator not committing to specific legislation to address UT capacity issue. By Ralph K.M. Haurwitz AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Sunday, March 18, 2007...
___________________________________________________________________ North Carolina Officials Threaten to Take 250-Pound 7-Year-Old From Mom Fox News Friday , March 23, 2007 TRYON, N.C. — A North Carolina mom has two months to get her 250-pound son's weight down before Polk...
_________________________________________________________________________ Man who fell off of ship will continue cruise Woman will disembark in Mexico to receive medical tests Associated Press March 26, 2007 GALVESTON — A day after two passengers who fell 50 to 60 feet overboard...
_______________________________________________________________________ Couric on target with Edwardses Chicago Tribune by Frank James March 26, 2007 Katie Couric has been taking a lot of incoming today for her questions and demeanor during her interview with presidential...
_______________________________________________________________________ Report: Obese Workers Cost Billions By PAUL J. WEBER Associated Press Obese workers cost Texas employers an estimated $3.3 billion in health care costs, absenteeism and other weight-related expenses in 2005...
__________________________________________________________________________ A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but after reviewing photos of the 700 beautiful men and women who entered our “Sexiest Vegetarian” contest, only one word comes to mind—HOT! The entries are in, and...