Tuesday, January 11, 2005 - New page around 10am Monday-Friday
Army prosecution may rest in Abu Ghraib trial at Ft. Hood Express-News military writer Sig Christenson will file several noon-hour reports on KTSA this week from the court martial at Ft. Hood
Texas has 10% more to spend this time Two years after facing a devastating budget deficit, Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn says that when the legislative session begins today, lawmakers will have $64.7 billion in state revenue to spend in the upcoming two-year budget - $6.4 billion more than they had in January 2003.
Bush: Don't frighten seniors over Social Security President Bush says the key to getting Social Security overhaul through Congress is to convince a majority there is a long-term problem and making sure opponents don't frighten seniors into believing their checks are going to be cut.
Some GOP resistance to Bush Social Security Plan Many Republicans are expressing reservations about the political wisdom of President Bush's vision for restructuring Social Security
Iraqi police take brunt of attacks Security forces are dying at a rate of 4 to 1 compared with US troops. But pay and hope for better future still draw recruits.
Llano eagles are back and expecting offspring
Homebuilding standards proposed for Texas Under the proposed standards, masonry chimneys can separate from walls by up to one inch, vinyl flooring can have ridges up to a half-inch above a floor and screen frames can have gaps of up to a quarter-inch.
Minister collapses and dies mid-sentence right after saying, "And when I go to heaven..."
Mississippi library system bans best-selling book One local isn't happy about that. "While it may be in bad taste ... that does not make it obscene," she says.
Dream holiday turns to nightmare A German professor who went on a dream holiday to Costa Rica woke up in an airport departure lounge to find his leg had been amputated.