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April 28, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
An appeals court has found two Huichol Indians responsible for the killing of San Antonio Express-News reporter Philip True and they are being sought by Mexican authorities, an attorney for True's family said. The Indians, Juan Chivarra and Miguel Hernandez, were convicted in the 1998 killing but were freed while they appealed. True was the Mexico City bureau chief for the newspaper when he disappeared during a 10-day mountain hike.
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April 28, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
An appeals court has found two Huichol Indians responsible for the killing of San Antonio Express-News reporter Philip True and they are being sought by Mexican authorities, an attorney for True's family said. The Indians, Juan Chivarra and Miguel Hernandez, were convicted in the 1998 killing but were freed while they appealed. True was the Mexico City bureau chief for the newspaper when he disappeared during a 10-day mountain hike.
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BUSINESS
October 7, 1992 | From Associated Press
Hearst Corp., publisher of the San Antonio Light, said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy the rival Express-News for $185 million from Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and will close the Light if it can't sell the paper. A shutdown of the Light, which has lost $60 million since 1987, would end a fierce newspaper war, defined for years by blaring headlines, lottery-type games and shenanigans among employees. Hearst agreed to retain all 1,000 of the Express-News' employees.
BUSINESS
October 7, 1992 | From Associated Press
Hearst Corp., publisher of the San Antonio Light, said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy the rival Express-News for $185 million from Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and will close the Light if it can't sell the paper. A shutdown of the Light, which has lost $60 million since 1987, would end a fierce newspaper war, defined for years by blaring headlines, lottery-type games and shenanigans among employees. Hearst agreed to retain all 1,000 of the Express-News' employees.
SPORTS
September 9, 2005 | From Associated Press
Pro Bowl running back Brian Westbrook cut off contract talks with the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday because the two sides are far apart on a long-term extension, expressing disappointment management "hasn't stepped up to the plate." "Me and my agent have told the Eagles' management that we're no longer interested in talking to them as far as the contract situation," Westbrook said.
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January 19, 2002 | HENRY CHU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
About a month before President Bush is to make his first state visit to China, reports have surfaced that the U.S.-made presidential plane for Chinese President Jiang Zemin has been found to be bugged with at least 20 listening devices. The Financial Times and the Washington Post reported today that the newly outfitted Boeing 767 was planted with tiny bugging devices, including one bug embedded in the headboard of the presidential bed on board the aircraft, according to unidentified sources.
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