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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - David Clark
Federal prosecutors say an insurance broker has admitted stealing nearly $1 million while selling health care coverage he knew was fake.
David Clark grew worried this week as nearly 3,000 Army Fleet Support workers stopped working and took to the picket lines - a move that pretty much emptied the skies of military aircraft.
A southern New Jersey man who admitted his role in producing images of child sexual abuse has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.
A coastal Alabama resort is offering free two-night stays to Birmingham-area teachers who stayed overnight with stranded students during the snowstorm earlier this week.
The Weather Channel asked its viewers Saturday to urge Congress to intervene in its business dispute with DirecTV, arguing that it can harm public safety if the satellite system pulls the network off the air for nearly 20 million viewers.
It has been almost 60 years since James McEachin returned home with a bullet lodged in his chest, finding an America indifferent toward the troops who fought in Korea. Now he will get the homecoming parade he had expected.
Nuclear watchdogs are fighting a proposal to ship tons of plutonium to New Mexico, including the cores of nuclear warheads that would be dismantled at an aging and structurally questionable lab atop an earthquake fault zone.
"The mistake was ours, and we regret it," said Dave Clark, Pearson's vice president of state services. "Assuring the highest security of test materials is of the utmost priority, and one error is too many. We immediately reviewed the matter and took swift action to help prevent the issue from recurring, including adding technological changes to further safeguard against any potential untimely release of any test item."
The repairs are designed for a 50-year life, and the end result is a structure that is far stronger than a typical building, said project manager Dave Clark.