January 7, 2005
page around 10am
San Antonio City Council paved the way early today for the pro
golf course resort outside 1604 near Evans Road. The council
voted 10-1, despite the fact that new details about the agreement
with developers still were being revealed just hours before.
of two Abu Ghraib abuse charges dropped
Killeen Daily Herald
FORT HOOD Spc. Charles
Graner, one of the military policemen charged with prisoner abuse
in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, will be facing a lighter sentence
than he expected, if he is convicted. (Sig
Christenson, military writer of the San Antonio Express-News, will
cover the Abu Ghraib trials at Fort Hood and plans to file noon-hour
reports to my KTSA radio program.)
Ghraib soldier's trial is high stakes for administration
Hood jury deliberates Iraqi drowning case
seeks longer use of reservists Officials are considering
seeking a change in Pentagon policy that would allow for longer
and more frequent call-ups of some reservists.
Army to ban smoking at lodging facilities worldwide
Smoking has not been permitted at Air Force guest rooms and common
areas since 2001
sparks food drive for Iraqi police dogs American soldier writes
home, leading to offers from around the country.
poll: Americans very ambivalent about Bush Republicans overwhelmingly
approve of Bush's job performance and Democrats overwhelmingly disapprove
to be retested in Houston murder case
lists renamed lake as 'Butthead'
Houston women arrested after baby thrown from stroller
parents join seventh-grader in detention
Lonely Boys drummer arrested in San Angelo for pot
8 dead, 200+ hurt in SC toxic train wreck
plans video by year-end SBC reveals its future: bundle of
voice, video, Internet services
internal report faults Medal-of-Freedom winner Tenet
"old friend" online, stabs him
viewer sues Fear Factor over rat-eating stunt
Teacher arraigned for sex with two 13-year-old boys
caught trying to have sex at school
dad banned from youth hockey games
"racy" goddess statue is replaced by a birdbath
graphic is burned into man's new plasma TV "I unplugged
the TV, but it was still right there," he says.
Woman golfer strips for calendar (with topless glam photo)
DO YOU BELIEVE IS TRUE EVEN THOUGH YOU CANNOT PROVE IT?"
The 2005 Edge Question has generated many eye-opening responses
from a "who's who" of third culture scientists and science-minded
thinkers. The 120 contributions comprise a document of 60,000 words.