Archive for June 30th, 2007

Gore Challenged to Global Warming Wager

From OneNewsNow, a University of Pennsylvania professor has proposed a bet to global warming high priest Al Gore. Wharton School marketing professor Scott Armstrong is challenging Al Gore to a ten-year bet on how many degrees the global temperature will increase over that period. Armstrong says he and Gore would both put $10,000 into a […]

Hillary: 52% Say No Way

From the Contra Costa Times: More than half of Americans say they wouldn’t consider voting for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for president if she becomes the Democratic nominee, according to a new national poll made available to McClatchy Newspapers and NBC News. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen poll results like this. I recall […]

South Dakotans Tune In More Than Log On

The Argus Leader cites a Dakota Wesleyan University poll that found South Dakotans rely on more traditional avenues for news, rather than the internet: South Dakotans look to traditional sources for their news at a far greater rate than Americans in general, a new study from Dakota Wesleyan University shows. DWU polled 410 South Dakotans […]

Suspect in the Fatal Shooting of Bowie County (TX) Deputy Found

According to, the suspect Henry Leon Wakefield III was found. Wakefield is suspected of the early morning fatal shooting of Bowie County (TX) Deputy Michael Page who had responded to a reported accident.

A massive manhunt is underway

A massive manhunt is underway KTBS 3June 30, 2007 A Bowie County Sheriff’s Deputy has been shot and killed. A massive manhunt is underway for what the Sheriff’s Department calls a person of interest.It began about one this morning when Deputy Michael Page answered a call about a traffic accident on Daniel Chapel road just […]