Insurgent carnage increases in Iraq



Insurgent carnageincreases in Iraq
k INSURGENTS IN IRAQ killed 39 people in a series of rapid-fire attacks Thursday, including three suicide car bombings within an hour and a drive-by shooting at a busy Baghdad market.
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BUSINESS
SEC chair named
k PRESIDENT BUSH has appointed Rep. Christopher Cox, R-Calif., as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the often-embattled agency charged with regulating the stock market.
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LOCAL
An environmental connection broken
k AFTER 33 YEARS, TAMPEEL will no longer be providing environmental education for Trumbull County students.
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Victim escapes with severe slash wounds
kA 28-YEAR-OLD Youngstown man was in critical condition Thursday in St. Elizabeth Health Center with deep slashes to his throat inflicted by a masked man.
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UPNEXT
Cleveland still rocks
k UP-AND-COMING bands will be showcased during next week's inaugural CMJ/Rock Hall Music Fest at a variety of venues in Cleveland.
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ENTERTAINMENT
'The Dukes' revived
k"THE DUKES OF HAZZARD," the popular television show that ran from 1979 to 1985, gets a new lease on life this summer when a film version starring Jessica Simpson is released.
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SPORTS
Champion's sudden disappointment
k CHAMPION HIGH SCHOOL'S baseball team lost to Frankfort Adena 5-4 in the 10th inning of Thursday's state semifinal game.
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