oppose gov't on Schiavo More than two-thirds of people
who describe themselves as evangelicals and conservatives disapprove
of the intervention by Congress and President Bush in the case
of the Terri Schiavo
Texas Senate sends budget to House In a unanimous vote, the GOP-controlled Senate adopted a $139 billion budget that would restore many cuts made to social service programs last session and grant state employees their first pay raises in four years.
Mexico accused of abusing its illegals The State Department says that the Mexican government, angry that a thousand American volunteers will begin an Arizona border vigil next month, consistently violates the rights of illegal immigrants crossing its southern border into Mexico.
Wendy's diner finds human finger in chili "I had to confirm it to her that she had indeed put a piece of a human finger in her mouth," Fenstersheib said. "She kind of lost it."
Texas to consider new rule saying politicians would not be punished for not following rules "..would allow political candidates and committees to violate legal restrictions on contributions without being subject to civil, monetary penalties.."
Waitress tosses rag, looks like Shroud of Turin The bartender says: ''I was sitting there eating a salad, and I said, 'Holy [expletive]. 'Everyone who sees the thing says it looks like Jesus. It's scary."
New Braunfels to consider loan to Ashley Furniture Infrastructure Improvement Corporation (4B) Board of Directors will hold a public hearing tonight to consider offering a $2 million loan to Ashley Furniture Homestores.
Long after 9/11, 'no fly' lists a work in progress The government is working on screening possible terrorists, but some passengers are still dismayed over mix-ups.
Finally, planet hunters see the light The capture of first light from planets outside our solar system may usher in a golden age of discovery.