seen crawling across street at 3 a.m.
5/25/03 Austin American-Statesman:
percent law not doing job at UT-Austin
SAT scores dropping; ethnic makeup of freshman class
issue to be decided today
news that looks local when it's not
"... after Viacom acquired KCAL-TV in Los Angeles last year it
merged its news operations with the CBS station it owns there, turning
two separate newsrooms into one.
Likewise, Clear Channel merged the news operations of its two television
stations in Jacksonville, Fla., WAWS and WTEV."
Texas tribe on verge of huge land claim
"...court also determined that the tribe's land
rights have never been terminated. That means the tribe still holds
aboriginal title to 5.5 million acres of East Texas. Aboriginal title
is the right to occupy and possess homelands."
Amendment being ripped up
Judge Lewis ruled on May 6, before Mr. Max was notified
of the suit and without holding a hearing. She told Mr. Max that
he could not use "Katy" on his site. Nor could he use Ms.
Johnson's last name, full name or the words "Miss Vermont."
The judge also prohibited Mr. Max from "disclosing any stories,
facts or information, notwithstanding its truth, about any intimate
or sexual acts engaged in by" Ms. Johnson. That prohibition is
not limited to his Web site. Finally, Judge Lewis ordered Mr. Max to
sever the virtual remains of his relationship with Ms. Johnson. He is
no longer allowed to link to her Web site.
species data results in new rules
A scientific code of conduct has been adopted by
the Interior Department in response to biologists' submitting falsified
samples during a national study of the threatened Canadian lynx.
for Humanity to open slum 'theme park'
head in refrigerator because of 9/11 stress