Updated: 02/20/2005 - Eighty percent of Texans surveyed in a recent poll said lawmakers should provide more money for public schools, but most respondents opposed increasing the state sales tax to pay for it.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - President Bush is seeking to repair rocky relations with European allies embittered by the Iraq war and frustrated that the White House often ignored their views.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - Israel's Cabinet gave final approval Sunday to the government's planned withdrawal from Gaza and four West Bank settlements, marking the first time an Israeli government decided to dismantle Jewish settlements on land claimed by the Palestinians for a future state.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - Private conversations with George Bush secretly taped by an old friend before he was elected president foreshadow some of his political strategies and appear to reveal that he acknowledged using marijuana, The New York Times has reported.
Updated: 02/19/2005 - The two former presidents charged with rallying aid for victims of December's tsunami saw the damage first-hand Saturday. Meanwhile, Australia is warning of a possible attack by extremists in Indonesia.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - A remarkable rescue by a pair of lineman saved a local man from injury Friday. It wasn't a typical day for a couple of BTU workers out on a call. When one local man needed help in escaping a fiery blaze, these two stepped in action.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - The state has proposed domestic violence shelters be funded from the state's general revenue budget for the next two years. The shelters have been funded from the attorney general's Crime Victims' Compensation Fund or CVC, which has seen a dwindling surplus.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - Karen Heath traveled all the way from England to research the National Endowment of the Arts controversy from the early 90s. The George Bush Presidential Library has 5.4 million records available to her to search from. Now, it has 9,700 more.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - A small community is working hard to make a big impact in their town. Caldwell residents are making their own chapter of Habitat for Humanity, but before anything can be built, there is more work to do.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - The Texas Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear an ongoing dispute over how the state pays for public schools.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - U.S. troops in Iraq have suffered a rash of fatal vehicle accidents and other non-combat deaths in recent weeks, even as the number killed in insurgent attacks has declined.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - Four explosions ripped through Baghdad on Friday, killing at least 28 people and injuring dozens on the eve of Shiite Islam's most important holiday, officials said. It was the deadliest day since Iraq's landmark elections last month.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - President Bush on Friday signed a bill that he says will curtail multimillion-dollar class action lawsuits against companies and help end "the lawsuit culture in our country."
Updated: 10/28/2006 - A man who's father served 12 years on the Texas A&M Board of Directors, now the Board of Reagents, is suing the A&M Foundation.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - The Brenham city council is searching for a new city attorney. Former city attorney, Randall Patterson was laid off Thursday because the city is going to contract his job to a private firm.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - When Sister Gretchen Kunz stepped in as President and CEO of the St. Joseph Health System, she planned to stay in the job for only three years. Now, 20 years later, she's still here, but not for long. Sister Gretchen is retiring to dedicate more time to the St. Joseph Foundation.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - Some farmers from battleground election states who campaigned and voted for President Bush say they are not happy about proposed cuts in federal farm subsidies and other agriculture programs.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - A Bryan man is dead after being electrocuted on the job. 39-year-old Roberto Alvarado-Ipina was doing construction work Wednesday on Highway 21 West in Burleson County when his equipment hit electrical wires.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - President Bush on Thursday said Syria is "out of step" with other nations in the Middle East and said the United States will work with other countries to pressure Damascus to remove its troops from Lebanon.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - President Bush on Thursday named John Negroponte, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and currently the administration's top representative in Iraq, to be America's first national intelligence director.