Tuesday, March 1, 2005- New page around 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
1836 - 32 men from Gonzales eluded Mexican patrols and snuck into
the Alamo to aid their besieged comrades. Dallas
US can't hold "enemy combatant" A federal
judge ordered the Bush administration to either charge Jose Padilla
with a crime or release him after more than 2.5 years in US custody
as a designated "enemy combatant."
Supremes end juvie death penalty "..ruled Tuesday that the Constitution forbids the execution of killers who were under 18 when they committed their crimes, ending a practice used in 19 states." The court had already outlawed executions for those who were 15 and younger when they committed their crimes.
Texas Lottery may drop balls, use computer to select numbers "These number-generators have been tested again and again and again," Dr. Eubank said. "Nobody can hack into them."
'Boerne Wall' fight may end in San Antonio Council Thursday Comal County Commissioner Jay Millikin, whose district includes the southern tier of Comal County that borders on Bexar County, said he welcomed the news that the dispute could be over after nearly 18 years. "This is good news," Millikin said. "I think this means San Antonio will look elsewhere - perhaps to the south - for its future growth."
New Braunfels to implement river parking solutions With the river tourist season just around the corner, the New Braunfels City Council directed city staff to begin working on plans to implement some of the parking solutions recommended by a San Antonio engineering firm for the river recreation area.
As troops return, dates with a picnic basket and trampoline After 14 months in Iraq, US soldiers arriving at Fort Hood want hugs and 'real food.'
115 killed by bomb outside Iraq clinic Iraqi police barred journalists from speaking with the wounded at the hospital and beat several cameramen who were trying to get inside. Thanks Patrick D
Pet skunk bites penis The victim's wife says: "He always wanted to be famous. Maybe now he will be. He was hoping to do it more through hunting."