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  • Specialty Reporter

    Specialty Reporter
    Steve is an award-winning Anchor and Reporter who has been with 39 news since it signed-on in 2000. Steve has nearly 20 years of broadcast journalism experience. Steve's reporting has been recognized by The Texas Associated Press. He won First Place for...
  • Feds Look Past Oil Leaking From BP's Cap

    Feds Look Past Oil Leaking From BP's Cap
    Oil from BP's blown out well is again seeping into the Gulf of Mexico, but this time, more slowly and scientists aren't convinced the cap that stopped the flow last week is making things worse. The government said Monday that oil was seeping into the...
  • FDA investigating radiation overdoses

    FDA investigating radiation overdoses
    When Alain Reyes' hair suddenly fell out in a freakish band circling his head, he was not the only one worried about his health. His co-workers at a shipping company avoided him, and his boss sent him home, fearing he had a contagious disease. Only later...
  • Legal options waning in Schiavo case

    With their daughter near death, the parents of Terri Schiavo saw their legal options to prolong her life all but disappear yesterday as the U.S. Supreme Court refused to order that her feeding tube be reinserted and a Florida judge blocked an effort by...
  • Panel to urge fixing foam before NASA resumes flights

    The Columbia Accident Investigation Board is preparing to recommend as early as this week that NASA fix foam insulation problems linked to the shuttle tragedy before resuming space flights, an official close to the investigation said. The...
  • Engineers: Analysis minimized danger

    Space shuttle mission managers at a key Jan. 24 meeting hastily approved a technical analysis that some shuttle engineers now say overlooked the fatal potential of debris damage to Columbia. The engineers told the Orlando Sentinel that the analysis --...
  • Some grumble of politicization at NASA

    When it comes to playing politics with America's space program, there are growing signs the Bush administration is boldly going where no White House has gone before. The issue of political ideology and partisanship at NASA is expected to come to a head...
  • A Matter of Conscience or Convenience?

    Monday September 3, 1990 TORONTO -- In the spring of 1945, Arthur Rudolph had the Right Stuff. One of Nazi Germany's foremost rocket scientists, Rudolph was boosted out of the rubble of the Third Reich by an American government eager to add to the...