Wednesday, March 13, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 107
 












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Media show: A Dallas NBC affiliate cameraman films news reporter Ken Kalthoff as he prepares a story in front of the jury for the Andrea Yates trial. The jurors were on a smoking break during deliberations. Yates was found guilty on two counts of capital murder.

 

Laredo businessman Tony Sanchez fought off former Attorney General Dan Morales in a hotly contested race for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination Tuesday.


For starters, I went to New York for the week and saw Ground Zero, which was an unbelievably sobering experience. Hundreds of Palestinians and Israelis were killed in uncontrollable outbreaks of violence. Our nation sadly observed the six-month anniversary of the albatross that was Sept. 11.


It's not the same as the renegade group that debuted in now-defunct World Championship Wrestling. Before the Internet wrestling community knew about coming story lines even before the wrestlers, swerves were far more important.


The No. 8 Houston baseball team pulled out its eighth consecutive win last night against McNeese State. In the final two innings, the Cougars came back from a six-run deficit to beat the Cowboys 7-6 and improve their record to 13-4.

 

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