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Police: Fewest Summer Homicides In LA Since 1967

Posted: 09/03/2008 - Los Angeles Police say there were 84 homicides in the city from June through August - the fewest summer slayings since the summer of 1967, when there were 79 killings.

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Bush Headed To Louisiana

Updated: 09/02/2008 - Presdent Bush says that while it's too early to assess Hurricane Gustav's damage to U.S. oil infrastructure off the Gulf Coast, it should prompt Congress to OK more domestic oil production.

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House Judiciary Chairman Demands Explanation

Posted: 09/02/2008 - The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee is expressing outrage that the Justice Department isn't purusing charges against former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

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EPA Vetoes Miss. Delta Flood Control Project

Posted: 09/02/2008 - The Environmental Protection Agency killed a federal plan nearly seven decades-in-the-making to build the world's largest water pump in the Mississippi River Delta.

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Flu Vaccination Statistics Skewed

Posted: 09/01/2008 - New research indicates that while flu shots do provide protection against catching the virus, they do not have a major impact on death in the elderly.

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Gustav Forces First Day Scale Back at GOP Convention

Updated: 08/31/2008 - John McCain says Republicans will suspend most of the activities planned for the opening session of their national convention Monday because of the threat of Hurricane Gustav along the Gulf Coast.

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President Will Skip GOP Convention Due to Gustav

Updated: 08/31/2008 - President Bush will skip the Republican National Convention on Monday and travel instead to Texas to meet with emergency workers and people who evacuated the Gulf Coast as Hurricane Gustav bore down.

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McCain Chooses Alaska Governor Sarah Palin

Updated: 08/29/2008 - Palin, 44, is a reform-minded governor in Alaska who's challenged the party's old guard, attacked pork-barrel spending and taken a keen interest in energy and environmental issues.

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Drunken Driving Deaths Fall In 32 States

Posted: 08/28/2008 - Drunken driving deaths fell in 32 states in 2007, but the government says the number of alcohol-related fatalities among motorcycle riders climbed in half the states last year.

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Global Hawk Can Be Used For Hurricanes

Posted: 08/28/2008 - Northrop Grumman officials say the company's unmanned aerial vehicle could be launched to assist emergency workers if a hurricane threatened the Gulf Coast.

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TX-TF1 Prepares for Hurricane Gustav

Posted: 08/27/2008 - Texas Task Force 1 (TX-TF1) and its sponsoring agency, the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), are preparing for the mobilization and deployment of search and rescue assets due to a potential landfall of Hurricane Gustav.

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Notification System Slow To Catch on SHSU

Posted: 08/27/2008 - If Gustav were to hit the region, only one in eight Sam Houston State University students would be notified if the campus was forced to close.

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Flight Delays Don't Affect Easterwood

Updated: 08/26/2008 - There are no delays Tuesday at Easterwood Airport in College Station despite flight delays across the country, according to airport officials.

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Police Say Cartels Give OK To Hit Targets In US

Posted: 08/26/2008 - U.S. law enforcement says it's received warnings that the drug-related violence that has torn through Mexico threatens to lap across the border into the United States.

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