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Wednesday, December 24, 2003

Tracing Mad Cow

The government is working to trace the roots of a Washington cow that may have been infected with mad cow disease. The cow may have eaten infected feed, John Blackstone reports.

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Security Level's Impact

The hightened security level means added precautions across the country. Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard and Miami Police Chief John Timoney talk about protecting their cities on The Early Show.

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Agriculture Sec. On Mad Cow

Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman talks to The Early Show about the discovery of a case of mad cow diease in the Northwest, and whether or not the beef supply in the U.S. is safe.

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Malvo Sentence Sorrow

Sniper Lee Malvo escaped the death penalty yesterday when a jury decided that he should spend his life in prison. The sentence disappointed prosecutors and the victims' families, Jim Stewart reports.

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Jury Spares Malvo's Life

A jury recommended convicted murderer Lee Boyd Malvo, 18, get life in prison without parole for his role in last year's D.C.-area sniper shooting spree, Jim Stewart reports.

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Malvo Gets Life

A jury has decided to spare the life of convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo. Scott Rapoport has the story from Chesapeake, Virginia.

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Arnold Tours Quake Site

Calif. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger toured the coastal community that suffered the most damage and casualties in yesterday?s earthquake, as Chris Lawrence reports.

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