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Mayor announces 'look and leave' policy

Posted: 09/16/2008 - People wanting to come back to hurricane-stricken Galveston, Texas, are now allowed to briefly return to check out their property.

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Missouri floods, again

Posted: 09/16/2008 - Flooding along the St. Louis riverfront has closed a casino for the third time this year. And the boulevard that runs in front of the Gateway Arch is again closed by high water.

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Contamination is found in more Chinese dairy products

Posted: 09/16/2008 - Chinese investigators have found more dairy products laced with a toxic chemical. State-run television reports that a nationwide inspection of companies that produce a baby formula powder has found that 22 had traces of melamine in their products.

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Huntsman finance chief testifies in Hexion lawsuit

Posted: 09/16/2008 - The chief financial officer for chemical maker Huntsman Corp. says the company is on target to meet its latest earnings forecast, and that a proposed $6.5 billion buyout by Hexion Specialty Chemicals would result in a solvent combined company.

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CSX agrees to pay $660,000 for coal spill in DC

Posted: 09/16/2008 - CSX Transportation Inc. has agreed to pay the District of Columbia more than $660,000 stemming from a train derailment that spilled coal into the Anacostia River last year.

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NC school cleared in test investigation

Posted: 09/16/2008 - A North Carolina school board says a report that examined whether its administrators tried to help students on national tests is flawed.

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Fed leaves key rate unchanged

Updated: 09/16/2008 - The Federal Reserve says strains in financial markets have "increased significantly" but it kept a key interest rate unchanged. Stay connected to Volunteer TV News and for continuing coverage of this developing news story.

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Judge: Woman in Iraqi spy case unfit for trial

Posted: 09/16/2008 - A judge in New York has ruled that a former congressional aide accused of helping an Iraqi spy agency while Saddam Hussein was in power is mentally unfit for trial.

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Credit Suisse settles NY auction-rate probe

Posted: 09/16/2008 - Credit Suisse Group will buy back $548 million in auction-rate securities and pay a $15 million fine to settle a probe into the sale of the risky investments, the New York State attorney general's office says.

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