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The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays, for January 10, 2005 - 6:00pm

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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays - January 10, 2005

Governor Schwarzenegger announces a nearly 112 billion dollar budget which limits state support for schools, health care for the poor and other services. ..there are no new taxes...

Palestinian president elect Mahmoud Abbas says he's ready to talk peace with Israeli prime minister Sharon. ..president bush invites Abbas to the White House. . . opponents of Abbas say there was fraud. . .

A drive by shooting in Baghdad kills the deputy police chief and his son. ..a powerful roadside bomb destroys the second heavily armored Bradley fighting vehicle in a week. . .

The Pentagon's failure to subdue the Iraqi resistance leads the Bush administration to debate what it calls the Salvador option ...U.S. trained and directed hit squads to assassinate or capture suspected insurgents and their supporters.

A coalition of Northern California supermarket chains announces it won't agree to a contract extension with 30 thousand workers past Friday's expiration...

CBS fires four top news producers and executives following an internal probe into the network's discredited story on President Bush's military service

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