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American Student Amanda Knox found guilty

PERUGIA, Italy — An Italian jury found American college student Amanda Knox guand guilty of murdering her British roommate sentenced her to 26 years.

Palin book signing in Fort Hood

KILLEEN - Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will stop in Fort Hood today to sign copies of her book "Going Rogue". The proceeds from her stop at Fort Hood will go to the victims and their families. She will be there from 7 p.m.

AT&T dead last in Consumer Reports wireless survey

Respondents in the annual survey hammered AT&T in just about every category, from voice service to the frequency of dropped calls. The big winner: AT&T's nemesis, Verizon Wireless.

Tiger Woods comments on recent events

UNDATED - Tiger woods issued the following comments on his website Wednesday.

Psychiatrist orders evaluation of Hasan's mental health

KILLEEN - An attorney for Fort Hood army psychiatrist Major Nidal Hassan is ordering a mental evaluation for his client. Officials say the evaluation would determine Hasan's mental responsibility at the time of the crime.

Woods staying mum

FLORIDA - The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods has yet again canceled a meeting with state troopers for the third time. However, Tiger Woods has made a statement about the crash. On his website, he made a statement saying the crash was h

Troops celebrate Thanksgiving

Afghanistan - Wounded soldiers in Afghanistan got their chance to enjoy a holiday meal at Bagram airbase on Thursday. U.S.

The White House's unprecedented use of 'unprecedented'

WASHINGTON - The Obama White House is addicted to the “unprecedented.”

Seals court martialed after capturing terrorists

Three US Navy SEALs (Sea, Air, Land special operations) who captured a top terrorist in Iraq are being rewarded not with medals and commendations but with a court martial to answer criminal charges stemming from all