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  • Texas Instruments donates $20K to Martin University

    Texas Instruments donates $20K to Martin University
    Texas Instruments is encouraging students to pursue careers in Math and Science. The technology company donated $20,000 to Martin University Thursday. The money will be used for the university's Science Engineering Mathematics and Aerospace Academy. The...
  • Texas Instrument to close Stafford plant

    Texas Instrument to close Stafford plant
    Texas Instruments is closing down its Stafford location at the end of the year. TI opened in 1967 making wafers for high definition televisions, cellphones, and solar devices. Now, TI is relocating the manufacturing to more productive facilities,...
  • Frank J. Low dies at 75; one of the fathers of infrared astronomy

    Astronomer Frank J. Low, the experimental genius who developed and distributed sensors for infrared astronomy and performed the first successful observations above the Earth's atmosphere, died June 11 in Tucson after a long illness, the University of...
  • Accused soldier's family searches for answers

    Accused soldier's family searches for answers
    Tears come to Elizabeth Russell's eyes when she thinks of the five Americans her son is accused of gunning down in a moment of rage in Iraq. She prays for them at St. Patrick Catholic Church in nearby Denison: the Navy officer, the Army psychiatrist...
  • Mark Shepherd Jr. dies at 86; former chairman of Texas Instruments

    Mark Shepherd Jr., a former Texas Instruments Inc. chairman who helped convert the company into an electronics giant during his 40-year career, died Feb. 4 of complications from pulmonary fibrosis at his ranch in Quitman, Texas. He was 86. Shepherd...
  • Kenneth Alan Jonsson dies at 79; co-founder of cancer center at UCLA

    Kenneth Alan Jonsson dies at 79; co-founder of cancer center at UCLA
    Kenneth Alan Jonsson, an entrepreneur and philanthropist who co-founded the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCLA, died March 15 at his home in Pacific Palisades. He had been in declining health for several months after a hospital stay in December,...
  • Charles R. Bond Jr. dies at 94; retired Air Force general, former Flying Tiger

    Charles R. Bond Jr. dies at 94; retired Air Force general, former Flying Tiger
    Charles R. Bond Jr., a retired Air Force major general and one of the last surviving Flying Tigers, died Aug. 18 from the effects of dementia at Presbyterian Village North, an assisted-living community in Dallas. He was 94. In September 1941, he left the...
  • Sierra Leone's crises have global reach

    Sierra Leone's crises have global reach
    When the power went out that night, Dr. Ibrahim Thorlie was operating on his fifth patient of the day in a maternity hospital with a shortage of antibiotics and running water. His colleague was doing an emergency caesarean in the next room. In the...
  • The teams: what you need to know

    TEAM HIGH ROAD (USA) www.highroadsports.com • Base: San Luis Obispo, Calif. • Roster of riders: 29 • Of note: The only U.S.-based UCI ProTour team, its roster includes seven current or former world champions and 21 cyclists under the age of 26,...
  • Hidden treasures at WGN's TV studios?

    Hidden treasures at WGN's TV studios?
    A major renovation project is underway here at the WGN-TV studios near Addison and Western. We're updating and welcoming our cable station CLTV. WGN-TV's Steve Sanders shows us what was discovered when construction crews opened up an old wall. One...
  • Texas Instruments becomes leaner to take on competitors

    Q: Does Texas Instruments Inc. stock have potential? -- C.M., via the Internet A: The decision of major customers Nokia Corp. and Ericsson LM to work with additional suppliers has been a disappointment for the world's largest maker of cell phone chips....