Updated: 02/15/2005 - A memorial service is planned for an Aggie contractor killed in a plane crash in Afghanistan.
Updated: 02/15/2005 - Rescue crews on Tuesday were searching for a dozen coal miners missing nearly 800 feet underground after a gas explosion in China's northeast killed 203 people in the deadliest mining disaster reported since communist rule began in 1949.
Updated: 02/15/2005 - The judge at the Michael Jackson child molestation trial says Jackson is being admitted to a hospital.
Updated: 02/15/2005 - The sentence is 12 to 15 years in prison for defrocked priest Paul Shanley.
Updated: 02/14/2005 - It has not been a good start to 2005 for some car manufacturers. Hundreds of thousands of vehicles have been recalled after national safety checks showed problems. So what are buyers and dealers saying?
Updated: 02/14/2005 - A woman diagnosed with bipolar disorder and depression after cutting off her baby's arms is not competent to stand trial on a murder charge, a jury ruled Monday.
Updated: 02/14/2005 - The late Ray Charles was the big winner at the Grammy Awards.
Updated: 02/14/2005 - MCI is answering a call from Verizon Communications to combine in a deal valued at six-point-seven billion dollars in stock and cash.
Updated: 02/14/2005 - A 21-year-old woman has been jailed on charges she left her six-year-old child alone while she went out.
Updated: 02/14/2005 - Two people were killed and several others injured in a crash late Sunday on Highway 75, three miles south of Madisonville.
Updated: 02/13/2005 - Iraq's majority Shiite Muslims won nearly half the votes in the nation's landmark Jan. 30 election, giving the long-oppressed group significant power but not enough to form a government on its own, according to results released Sunday.
Posted: 02/12/2005 - With flowing fabric the color of a sunrise, "The Gates" -- a massive public art installation in Central Park -- was unfurled Saturday for the start of a 16-day stay transforming miles of footpaths in Central Park.
Updated: 02/12/2005 - He fell short in his bid to become the Democratic nominee for president, but Howard Dean will now take the reins of the party itself. Saturday, Dean accepted the job of chairman of the DNC.
Updated: 02/12/2005 - Doctors determined Saturday that Tyler Varvel would not be able to survive complications from a staph infection he developed last month. Saturday afternoon, life support was discontinued, and Varvel died peacefully with his family by his side.
Updated: 02/11/2005 - The Help America Vote Act of 2002 states that after January 1, 2006, punch card ballots or mechanical lever voting machines may not be used in elections. Also, each precinct must have a voting system that's accessible for the disabled and visually impaired.
Updated: 02/11/2005 - President Bush's proposed trillion dollar budget is raising the eyebrows of some farmers. That's because it proposes cutting farm subsidies. Most subsidies are paid to large farm operators growing crops like rice, cotton, and grains.
Updated: 02/11/2005 - Eight years ago the Top Ten Percent rule allowed Texas Schools to automatically admit students at the head of their high school class.
Updated: 02/11/2005 - The White House is rejecting North Korea's demand for one-on-one talks on its nuclear weapons program.
Updated: 02/11/2005 - The man who created Willy Loman of "Death of a Salesman" has died.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Plans are on track for this year's Chilifest in Snook.