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U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) will speak on Friday, Dec. 3, at 9:30am at the Bass Lecture Hall (Sid Richardson Bldg.) at UT's LBJ School of Public Affairs.

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    Shane Phelps will run against Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle, Sam Billings quit the Cap Metro board; Larry Paul Manley runs up against neighborhood opposition.

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    Members of the state Bond Review Board and House Urban Affairs Committee push for changes in the Department of Housing and Community Affairs' tax credit subsidy process.

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    Two 101-X deejays claim they were unfairly fired after making controversial comments in the wake of the A&M bonfire tragedy; but station management says there were deeper reasons for the decision.
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    CAMPO prepares to undergo a controversial peer review of its transportation planning process.

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    The fight over the fees for the lawyers who won the state's multibillion-dollar settlement with the nation's tobacco companies appears to be over.

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    UT students and faculty stage a rally to protest the regents' handling of Blanton museum designs.

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