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  • Younger People Are More Susceptible to Strokes

    Younger People Are More Susceptible to Strokes
    ST. LOUIS - Of all the things parents worry about happening to their children, strokes usually aren't one of them. That's why Christina Lovett of Mattoon, Ill., and the family pediatrician thought her 10-year-old son, Josh, had the flu when he was...
  • Killer of 2 in Indiana, Texas, to die Thursday

    Joshua Maxwell was portrayed with his girlfriend as living out the violence-glorifying 1990s film "Natural Born Killers." Now he's winding up the title character in a for-real version of the prison movie "Dead Man Walking." His final scene could be...
  • Former Indianapolis man to be put to death in Texas

    Former Indianapolis man to be put to death in Texas
    A former Indianapolis man is scheduled to be executed Thursday night in Texas. Joshua Maxwell and his girlfriend were convicted of killing a Mooresville man in 2000 after a night out. They then fled to Texas, and killed killed an off-duty sheriff's...
  • More Texas universities could charge green fees

    Students at more public universities in Texas could vote to charge themselves a few bucks so the schools can go greener. The proposed environmental friendly funds were approved by referendums this month at the University of Texas and Texas A&M. Students...
  • Broken drive shaft likely caused Texas bus crash

    Broken drive shaft likely caused Texas bus crash
    CAMPBELLTON, Texas (AP) - Investigators say a broken drive shaft likely caused a Mexico-bound bus to veer off a south Texas highway before flipping -- killing two passengers. The Department of Public Safety on Wednesday identified the two passengers...
  • Fmr. Manhattan Borough Pres. Percy Sutton Dies

    Fmr. Manhattan Borough Pres. Percy Sutton Dies
    Percy Sutton, the pioneering civil rights attorney who represented Malcolm X before launching successful careers as a political power broker and media mogul, has died. He was 89. Marissa Shorenstein, a spokeswoman for Gov. David Paterson, confirmed...
  • Sellout crowd watches Holiday Bowl blowout

    Sellout crowd watches Holiday Bowl blowout
    Nebraska recorded the first shutout in the Holiday Bowl's 32-year history, and Zac Lee ran for a touchdown and threw a touchdown pass in a 33-0 victory over Arizona today at a sold-out Qualcomm Stadium. Wildcat fans were both wearing their school color...
  • Running 500 Miles to Fight Childhood Cancer

    Running 500 Miles to Fight Childhood Cancer
    A radio DJ gave an amazing New Year's gift to kids who need it most this time of year, running 500 miles across Texas to raise money for Texas Children's Center. Starting in Dallas, New93Q DJ Kevin Kline ran through the hills of Austin, south to San...
  • Taking the Kids -- To a theme park this summer

    Taking the Kids -- To a theme park this summer
    The negotiations went right down to the wire. Was he persuasive enough? Would she back away from the deal at the last moment? I smile thinking of that hot day at Disney World when my son and older daughter worked so hard to convince their little...
  • Gas Cheaper For First Time This Year

    Gas Cheaper For First Time This Year
    Expect to pay less at the pump for the first time this year. AAA Texas released a report on Thursday reporting the average cost is 2 cents less in Texas and nationwide. Nationwide, a gallon of gas also decreased by 2 cents reaching $2.74 on average. On...
  • Man who tried to see Fort Hood suspect released

    A man who tried to visit the Fort Hood shooting suspect in a San Antonio military hospital after falsely claiming to be his attorney has been released from federal custody. Senan Kahtan Abrahem was indicted last week on a federal charge of making a false...
  • N.O. Area Grew to Nearly 1.2 Million Last Year According to Census

    N.O. Area Grew  to Nearly 1.2 Million Last Year According to Census
    Battered by recession, more older Americans are staying put in traditional big cities to hold onto jobs, creating slowdowns in population growth at once-popular retirement destinations widely found in the South and West. Census estimates released Tuesday...