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Food Providers Worry About Future Donations

Updated: 09/22/2005 - 9-22-05 - Striking a balance, food versus need in the wake of tragedy, promises to test the abilities of small assistance agencies increasingly critical to the long-term needs of Hurricane Katrina survivors.

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Nation's Worst Storm, in 1900, is Galveston's Legacy

Updated: 09/22/2005 - 9-22-05 - As a point of pride, native Galvestonians like to refer to themselves as BOI - Born On the Island. It's a way of making them stand out from those who have chosen to flock to this 30-mile-long ...

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Rita Packing Texas Hotels

Updated: 09/22/2005 - 09-22-05 - Hotels across the state of Texas are filling up fast as evacuees from the coast area make their way north in preparation for Hurricane Rita. Almost every hotel, stretching from Dallas to Oklahoma...

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Local Emergency Mgmt. Prepares for Rita

Updated: 09/22/2005 - 9-22-05 - In the wake of some agencies being unprepared for Hurricane Katrina, Carter County is making sure they will be prepared for the worst from Rita. Emergency Management doesn't ...

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Weber Aircraft Employees on Strike

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - Hundreds of laborers at Weber Aircraft in Gainesville have been on strike since 5 a.m. Wednesday morning trying to get new contract negotiations. They say they are willing to stand out in the ...

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Rita Strengthens Into Category 5 Storm

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - The National Hurricane Center says that Hurricane Rita has strengthened into a top-of-the-scale Category 5 storm, with sustained wind of 165 mph. Residents of the Texas Gulf Coast have already ...

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Governor Names Sharp to Head School Finance Panel

Posted: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - Republican Gov. Rick Perry appointed Democrat John Sharp on Wednesday to lead a panel charged with restructuring the state tax system to pay for public schools. Sharp, who'd been considering a ...

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Rita Could Cause Billions in Insured Losses

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - With Hurricane Rita barreling through the Gulf of Mexico toward Texas, homeowners and property insurers are bracing for potentially billions of dollars in damages. Texas homeowners already ...

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Senators Offer Suggestions for Supreme Court Vacancy

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - Leading senators floated the names of about a dozen candidates to fill Sandra Day O'Connor's vacancy on the Supreme Court, but President Bush kept his list to himself at a White House ...

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Assistant Warden Tells of Lax Investigations

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - More than 1,850 "life endangerment claims" were filed by Allred Unit inmates in the 18 months that a gay burglary convict was imprisoned there, and several were his reports of being raped ...

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Bush Administration Highlights Rita Readiness

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - The Bush administration is advertising its stepped-up response plans for Hurricane Rita before the storm hits the Gulf Coast, eager to avoid the public pounding it got for its reaction to Hurricane ...

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Galveston Evacuating Residents as Rita Looms

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - This island city on Wednesday readied to evacuate hundreds of people who can't leave on their own as Hurricane Rita barreled toward the Texas Gulf Coast. About 80 buses were set to leave ...

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Fiery Accident Kills Two on I-35

Updated: 09/21/2005 - 9-21-05 - Northbound lanes of I-35 near Gainesville have re-opened after a fiery accident Tuesday night involving 18-wheelers that left two people dead. A tractor-trailer and a tow truck were stopped on the ...

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One Year Later - Learning from Deadly Wreck

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-21-05 - One year after the worst auto accident Sherman had ever seen, the families of the 10 victims visited the roadside markers to mourn. But barriers will soon prevent similar accidents.

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First News @ 5 -- Texoma Shelter Woes

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Shelters here in Texoma remain packed with Katrina evacuees and the needs and challenges change everyday. Three weeks after New Orleans' nightmare, evacuees still number in the ...

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Fed Boosts Key Interest Rate for 11th Time

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - The Federal Reserve on Tuesday boosted a key interest rate for the 11th straight time and signaled that more rate hikes were likely even as the country recovers from the devastating effects of ...

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Oklahoma City Educator Named Teacher of the Year

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Oklahoma City band and orchestra teacher Robyn Hilger was named 2006 Teacher of the Year on Tuesday at a ceremony at the Oklahoma State Fair. Hilger has been a music teacher at ...

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Rita Now Category 2 Hurricane

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Rita strengthened rapidly on Tuesday to a Category 2 hurricane as it lashed the Florida Keys with flooding rain and strong wind and sparked fears the storm could eventually bring new misery ...

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Deadly Accident in Caddo

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - A deadly accident occurred in Caddo this morning just after 6 a.m. Troopers say a Saturn heading south on US 69 ran off the road and into the median. A woman passenger from Joplin, Mo., was thrown from the car and ...

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Gay Author's Quote Pulled from Baylor Starbucks Cups

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Coffee cups with a gay author's quote about growing up homosexual have been pulled from Baylor University's Starbucks. Dining contractor Aramark pulled the cups earlier this month ...

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Hurricane Rita Lashes Florida Keys

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Rita strengthened into a hurricane on Tuesday as it lashed the Florida Keys with heavy rain and strong wind, threatening the island chain with a storm surge of up to 7 feet and sparking fears ...

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Ex-Inmate's Prison Rape Lawsuit Goes to Trial

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Attorneys were preparing to present their cases to the newly chosen jury in the federal civil trial of seven Texas prison officials accused of refusing to protect an inmate from rapes ...

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State Pulls Hospital Quality Report from Website

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - Texas health officials pulled a hospital quality report from a state Web site after finding errors in discharge records that could lower some hospitals' death rates. The report posted by ...

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Students Grieve Lost Classmate

Updated: 09/20/2005 - 9-20-05 - It was the first day back for Dickson High School students after losing one of their own in a car accident Friday night. 17-year-old Jordan Page was a cheerleader who was driving to a football ...

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Mayor Suspends Reopening of New Orleans

Updated: 09/19/2005 - 9-19-05 - Under pressure from President Bush and other top federal officials, the mayor Monday suspended the reopening of large portions of the city over the next few days because of the threat of a new ...

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