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A fire that tore through two apartments on San Antonio's northeast side
caused $30,000 in damage. A woman took a nap Monday night and forgot
about the Ramen noodles she left cooking on her stove. Her granddaughter
woke her up in time. They got out safely. No one was hurt.
Tuesday, February 21 2012, 09:47 PM CST
Galveston leaders to meet over Ike housing story
May 24, 2013 16:41 GMT
GALVESTON, Texas (AP) -- Leaders of a Southeast Texas city will meet Tuesday to discuss legal options over a newspaper story about where to build new public housing since Hurricane Ike.
The Galveston City Council voted Thursday to call a special meeting and consider legal action against The Galveston County Daily News.
This week's Daily News story cited a document obtained by the newspaper on plans for potential legal action to challenge future public housing sites. The 2008 hurricane destroyed nearly 600 units.
The newspaper (http://bit.ly/13PTv1A) reported Friday that the story was based on an April legal opinion by attorney Terry Morgan for the city. Council members received Morgan's report.
City Attorney Dorothy Palumbo says the documents were confidential.
A lawyer for the newspaper says the documents were obtained through legal newsgathering methods.
Information from: The Galveston County Daily News, http://www.galvnews.com
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