Updated: 12/10/2004 - Critics of the war in Iraq seized on charges that U.S. troops there don't have enough armored vehicles as another example of poor planning by the Pentagon.
Updated: 12/10/2004 - A company that donated $50 thousand dollars to a GOP political action committee has agreed to cooperate with a Texas investigation. The state is looking into possible illegal campaign contributions.
Updated: 12/10/2004 - Jurors were set to resume deliberations Friday in the penalty phase of Scott Peterson's murder trial. They deliberated for two hours Thursday, after hearing impassioned closing arguments from both sides.
Updated: 12/10/2004 - Residents were back before the city council December 9th re-enforcing how much they don't want the the station along Earl Rudder Freeway to be moved to Barron Road.
Updated: 12/09/2004 - If at first you don't succeed, try, try, and try again. That's what the Navasota school district is doing with a bond package that failed in September. The New Look proposal is divided into three items, $18 million for a new elementary school, $5 million for maintenance, and $2 million for athletic facilities.
Updated: 12/09/2004 - Days worth of camping out have paid off for over 2,000 Aggies. Students lined up early to get their Cotton Bowl tickets that went on sale this morning at 8 o'clock.
Updated: 12/09/2004 - The judge in the Scott Peterson trial says one more defense witness may testify Thursday morning before closing arguments in the penalty phase. Jurors will then be sequestered in a hotel to decide whether he should get the death penalty or life in prison for the murder of his wife and their unborn child.
Updated: 12/09/2004 - President Bush on Thursday flatly ruled out raising payroll taxes to ensure the solvency of Social Security, as he opened a push for historic changes in the retirement program.
Updated: 12/09/2004 - Go to Google, search and scroll results, click and copy. When students do research online these days, many educators worry, those are often about the only steps they take. If they can avoid a trip to the library at all, many students gladly will.
Updated: 12/09/2004 - A day after being challenged by a soldier on the Army's failure to provide adequate armor for vehicles used in Iraq, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday he was pleased to hear the gripe and expects the Army to do its best to resolve the problem.
Updated: 12/09/2004 - President Bush has asked the secretaries of the Transportation, Labor, Interior and Housing departments to remain and they have all agreed, completing decisions about which Cabinet members will stay for his second term.
Updated: 12/08/2004 - A familiar face is returning to the Bryan school district. Navasota High School principal David Young plans to leave his post to work with at-risk Bryan students in a newly-created position.
Updated: 12/08/2004 - The area's only homeless shelter is a little closer to getting a new home. In a November letter to the city of Bryan, the Twin City Mission Board of Directors stated it's ready to move out of downtown Bryan as soon as it can find a suitable piece of property.
Updated: 12/08/2004 - Authorities are charging just as many fans as players for their roles in last month's NBA brawl at a Detroit Pistons game.
Updated: 12/08/2004 - Insurgents launched a string of assaults around the city of Samarra on Wednesday, trading gunfire with U.S. forces, attacking a U.S. convoy, and blowing up a police station after looting its armory, officials said. The violence came as Britain's defense minister visited British troops in Basra, to the south.
Updated: 12/08/2004 - A newer drug clearly outperforms tamoxifen at preventing breast cancer from returning and should become the first-choice treatment for most women who have had the disease, doctors are reporting.
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