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September 23, 2002


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  • 9/23/02

    HealthWise at 5 From 9.23

    -Glass and Arthritis
    -Cycladol and Cholesterol
    -Spinach and Brain Function
  • 9/23/02

    Prairie Dogs Continue to Dig Up Controversy

    Just when you thought the prairie dog controversy was put to rest, another state agency is voicing its disapproval.
  • 9/23/02

    Federal Investigators Might Know What Caused Muleshoe Explosion

    Federal investigators are looking into several reasons why several tanks at a carbon dioxide plant exploded last Thursday near Muleshoe.
  • 9/23/02

    Vaughn Ross Found Guilty

    It took just more than an hour for a Lubbock jury to convict former Texas Tech student Vaughn Ross of Capital Murder on Monday. He was found guilty as charged.
  • 9/23/02

    Sanchez Campaign Worker Fired

    A man working as a door-to-door canvasser for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Tony Sanchez was arrested after he allegedly pulled a gun on a truck driver.
  • 9/23/02

    Whatever Happened to...?

    A year ago, the Muslim community was calling for an understanding of their religion.  So, whatever happened to that effort, and what's the public perception of their religion today?
  • 9/23/02

    Emergency Plan for Smallpox Outbreak

    The Centers of Disease Control outlined an emergency plan for vaccinating every person in the U.S. in the event of a real life Smallpox outbreak.

  • 9/23/02

    Controversial Organ Transplant Issue

    The AMA is considering recommending a test to see if financial incentives will increase donations after death.
  • 9/23/02

    Sanchez Son Visits Texas Tech

    Three of Tony Sanchez's children are on a week long campaign tour of college campuses across Texas.
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