Wed June 15 2005 - New page ready around 10am Mon-Fri
Guy gadgets for Fathers Day
Perry signs bill giving voters a voice in creating tollways The bill says that no tax-funded highways will be converted to toll roads unless voters approve the change. The legislation also says the state will maintain oversight of toll rates.
Bishop meeting to avoid gay issue U.S. Catholic bishops will sidestep the issue of whether homosexual men should become priests at their semiannual meeting which begins tomorrow
Fish oil linked to arrhythmias Supplements may trigger deadly irregular heartbeats
Whites and Blacks split on Jacko verdict The new Gallup Poll shows a nearly 2-to-1 majority of whites disagreed with the jury's decision to acquit the pop star of child molestation charges, while nonwhites agreed with the verdict by a similar margin.
Corpus Christi Caller-Times
"So what's next for Michael Jackson? Apart from hunting down the real multi-millionaire manchild boy-touchers?"