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12-month hit count thru yesterday = 5,833,893


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New stuff is posted between 8:30 and 10 a.m. Monday-Friday

Billy the Kid shot by Sheriff Garrett?

Cruz details council, college bribes

DPS man says Gov. did direct Killer D search

Carlos Guerra commentary
Iraq KIA Texan returning home to San Diego
"I'm going with the funeral home people so someone from the family will be with him," he says earnestly. "But I'd follow in a pickup if they wouldn't let me go along. I'd have to. There has to be family there to bring him back."


Senators move to kill some new FCC media rules


WAR UPDATE:


TAKS tests exposed highschool shortcomings

California pot grower facing 100 years instead gets sentence of one day
You may remember this story from my previous coverage. A paragraph from the NYTimes offers a refresher: "The judge, Charles R. Breyer of Federal District Court, had not allowed Mr. Rosenthal to raise medicinal marijuana as a defense, leading some jurors to later complain that they had been misled by the court. After convicting Mr. Rosenthal, several jurors requested a new trial, and when that failed, wrote to Judge Breyer urging leniency."

Vehicle emissions testing – the $40 Inspection Tag – is a possibility under the area Clean Air Plan now being formulated (see Express-News story 5/29/2003 Clean-air strategies cautiously approved). Email or phone your councilman and county commissioner. Easy contact links are always in my left column at Mayor/Council phones+e-mail and Bexar Cmsn phones+email also find good CLEAN AIR info at Citizens Organized for Good Science

Publisher threatens suit over Hillary book leaks

Man, 70, and woman, 60, had sex in Hardee's booth

Man had two families 20 miles apart

Hanging upside-down, topless, from moving train

Ashcroft facing Senators about Patriot Act powers


email

Brad,
Since a good number of our community enjoy tuning into your radio program and since it appears the Spurs will be victorius over the Nets for the championship, would you mind advising the "riotous and reckless" not to destroy the city at the moment the Spurs capture the title?
After all, if winning the title leads to total unabated chaos and destruction, I'd rather the Nets take the championship. Thanks,
Mark T. - Concerned San Antonian


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