Posted: 02/28/2007 - A letter of cooperation will be signed Thursday between Texas A&M University and SENACYT (the National Science and Technology Foundation of Panama).
Updated: 02/28/2007 - Just as counties across the state were adjusting to a ruling regarding government records, a curve ball is thrown their way. County officials are now getting a 60-day reprieve from having to redact Social Security numbers from all government records available to the public.
Posted: 02/28/2007 - The late Texas Governor Ann Richards has been honored with a resolution passed by members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Representative Solomon P. Ortiz introduced the bill in late 2006, but it was not considered before Congress adjourned in December. It was approved yesterday.
Posted: 02/28/2007 - State lawmakers are vowing to hold officials accountable after allegations of sexual abuse of juvenile inmates and a coverup within the Texas Youth Commission. They also hinted they might seek to take over the troubled agency.
Posted: 02/28/2007 - After the death of a player, a Dallas-area school district is requiring anyone who steps into a batting cage to wear a helmet. The Grapevine-Colleyville school district announced new safety regulations yesterday.
Posted: 02/27/2007 - A Montgomery County couple faces charges that they helped a convicted robber escape from a Fort Worth lockup for parole violators.
Posted: 02/27/2007 - Does it sometimes seem that the traffic lights in Bryan aren't quite in synch? The city announced Tuesday it's ready to respond with a signal coordination plan.
Posted: 02/27/2007 - The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a condemned Texas woman set to die for the slaying of a three-month-old child she was baby-sitting. The court rejected the appeal yesterday of 50-year-old Cathy Lynn Henderson, who faces execution April 18th for the 1994 beating death of Brandon Baugh.
Posted: 02/27/2007 - For a third straight session, a legislative fight is brewing over proposals to cap the number of students automatically admitted to Texas universities under the state's top ten percent law. Several key senators have blocked any attempt to change the bill in the past and vow to do the same this year.
Updated: 02/27/2007 - Safety did not pay off for a Huntsville woman who pulled over to make a cell phone call. She was talking to her husband on the shoulder of I-45 when her car was hit from behind.
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