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Today San Antonio mayor and Dist 6 and 7 council runoff election • Voting locations and related info HERE • Results tonight on KTSA
After abortion, Lufkin man gets life, woman not prosecuted Under Texas law, a woman cannot be charged for causing the deaths of her own fetuses for any reason.
California pot patients defiant after ruling federal officials were quick to say after Monday's decision that they did not expect to begin routine prosecutions of individual marijuana users. Authorities in San Francisco were grappling with how to plan for tighter regulations on cannabis clubs. Regulating an enterprise that the federal government considers criminal could place the city in a difficult legal situation, they said.
Drug Policy Alliance write to Congress
Victoria Sheriff O'Connor asks for border patrol station to process the high number of illegal immigrants caught traveling through it and surrounding counties.
Lawmakers dash to correct records of trips More than 200 lawmakers have rushed to correct travel-disclosure statements in recent months as reporters on Capitol Hill discover more discrepancies in the wake of questions about travel by House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.
Study contradicts weight-loss claims for milk The study of more than 12,000 children nationwide found that the more milk they drank, the more weight they gained
Drunk husband charged in golf cart death A 62-year-old man has been charged with intoxication manslaughter in connection with the death of his wife, who fell from a golf cart a few blocks from their home.
Poll: Bush ignoring key issues Clear majority says he has become distracted by issues that most people say they care little about.
Pope says gay unions are false Forgets to mention issue of lives broken by pedophile priests for whom the church routinely covers up
Yale grades portray Kerry as a lackluster student no better than Bush ''I always told my Dad that D stood for distinction," Kerry said
Bush, Blair to announce Africa aid plan U.S. commits to providing $674 million for famine relief
Policy for Hispanics in U.S. covers funeral back home They live and die in the United States, but for the families of many Hispanics, burial must be in their home country. It is a journey that can be delayed for months by the expensive and confusing process of negotiating international borders.
Grizzly kills jogger who climbed tree to escape The same 200-pound, 4-year-old grizzly was removed from a residential area just over a week ago
Lottery winning woman celebrates by going naked in plane Said the Western Airlines stewardess: "She wasn’t really a blond." Sorry, this link went bad and none of us can now get to the story. C'est la vie...