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Superdome Evacuated; Refugees Bussed to Astrodome

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - At least 25,000 of Hurricane Katrina's refugees, a majority of them at the New Orleans Superdome, will travel in a bus convoy to Houston starting Wednesday and will be sheltered at the ...

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Nine State Parks Targeted for Closure or Transfer

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will close or transfer nine state parks unless it finds about $2 million more annually in state funding, according to a letter sent to state leaders.

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Canada Prescription Drug Law on Hold

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - A new state law that would help Texans buy less expensive prescription drugs from Canada has been halted pending review of a complaint that the provision violates a federal drug import law.

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`Engineering nightmare': Water Keeps Rising in City

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - Army engineers struggled without success to plug New Orleans' breached levees with giant sandbags, and the governor said Wednesday the situation was worsening and there was no choice but ...

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Child Bicycle Helmets Recalled

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - Back Trails Jr. children's bicycle helmets sold nationwide at Target stores are being recalled because they don't meet government safety standards. About 494,000 helmets are affected by the recall...

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Church Shootings - 911 Call For Help

Updated: 08/31/2005 - 8-31-05 - The 911 call for help moments after a shooting rampage in rural Fannin County is shedding new light on the horror that played out on Sunday night. Kenneth Wolf made the 1st call to a dispatcher.

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Gainesville Cutting City Jobs

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - Three veteran employees of the city of Gainesville will likely be forced out of their jobs due to budget cuts. Hoping to save $240,000, the city will not fill five open positions as well as ...

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Man Gets Life in Prison for Hit-and-Run Death

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - A judge sentenced a man today to life in prison plus 320 years for a racially charged, hit-and-run collision that killed an East Central University football player, paralyzed another student and ...

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Oklahoma Gas Prices Near $3 Per Gallon

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - Gas prices are virtually $3 per gallon in Oklahoma City and are approaching that level in Tulsa. A Shell station in far northwest Oklahoma City was selling gas for $2.99 per gallon this afternoon ...

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Family Takes Refuge In Texoma From Katrina

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - Thousands of families that call New Orleans home have had to seek refuge in other parts of the country. One of those families has found a temporary home here in Texoma. One week ago ...

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Katrina Causes Energy Prices To Surge

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - The shutdown of oil platforms, refineries and pipelines along the Gulf Coast drove energy prices to new highs Tuesday, all-but-guaranteeing a surge in pump prices in the days ahead.

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Looting in New Orleans

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - With much of the city flooded by Hurricane Katrina, looters floated garbage cans filled with clothing and jewelry down the street in a dash to grab what they could. In some cases, looting on Tuesday...

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Bush Returning to DC to Monitor Hurricane Recovery

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - President Bush will cut short his vacation to return to Washington on Wednesday, two days earlier than planned, to help monitor federal efforts to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina ...

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New Concealed Handgun Law Won't Stop Prosecution

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - A new law aimed at reducing the number of arrests for unlawful handgun possession won't deter Harris County district attorneys from prosecuting motorists arrested on concealed handgun charges.

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Officer Injured in High Speed Chase

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - A Sherman police officer was nearly run over by a suspected drunk driver during a short chase Friday night. It began at Lone Star Lanes on FAM 1417 after employees called 911 ...

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Bees Swarm Elderly Man

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - An elderly Pontotoc County man was stung by over 100 bees on Sunday, but managed to escape and survive. Eighty-four-year-old Joe Daniel was fishing when the swarm descended on him.

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Shootings Hit Home at Denison Church

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - The impact of the Sash shooting tragedy doesn't stop at the borders of Fannin county. Rev. James Armstrong spent eight years pastoring a the Amazing Grace Pentecostal Church on ...

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TXU Sends Employees to Aid Hurricane Relief

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - As Hurricane Katrina continues to cause devastation along the Gulf Coast, TXU Electric Delivery has responded to calls from utilities in Louisiana and Florida for additional help by releasing 570 TXU...

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Katrina Punctures Superdome Roof

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - Hurricane Katrina ripped two holes in the curved roof of the Louisiana Superdome, letting in rain as thousands of storm refugees huddled inside Monday. Superdome and government...

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Katrina's Wrath - Body Count Rises

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - As dawn broke over the ravaged Gulf Coast on Tuesday, rescuers in boats and helicopters searched for survivors of Hurricane Katrina. The death toll in one Mississippi county alone could be as high as 80.

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Sharpton's Driver Accused of Speeding, Evading Arrest

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - A driver for the Rev. Al Sharpton led Ellis County Sheriff's deputies on a nine-mile chase at speeds up to 110 mph before state troopers stopped the car, authorities said. The driver was...

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Austin Readies for Smoking Ban

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - Austin bars, bowling alleys and pool halls prepare this week for a new smoking ban while protesters make plans to light up at City Hall and challenge the law once the first person is fined. Austin voters narrowly approved ...

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Henry to Offer Aid to States Impacted by Katrina

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - As Hurricane Katrina takes aim on the Gulf Coast, Oklahomans are preparing to render aide to those in harm's way. Governor Henry today instructed state authorities to be prepared to...

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