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Saturday, December 9, 2006

Growers Demand More Regulation

In the wake of E. coli outbreaks that have sickened more than 60 people in six states, three major produce groups call for new government regulations of their own industry. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Spaghetti And Stuffed Peppers

Chefs Johanne Killeen and George Germon who are husband and wife cooked up a three course Italian meal of spaghetti, stuffed peppers and cinnamon ice cream in a $40 budget with Russ Mithcell.

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1995- Bosnia Peace Accord

This Week In History: The Dayton Accord was signed by the leaders of Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia in Paris. The treaty ended a three year long war in the Balkans. President Clinton was a witness.

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2003- Saddam Captured

This Week In History: Saddam Hussein was captured by American forces from the bottom of a hole near his birth place in Tikrit. He had a pistol and $750,000 in hard cash with him.

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Serious Use For Silly String

Silly String has always been great fun for kids. Now, the spray string in a can is being used as a serious tool in the battlefield. WCBS's Christine Sloane reports.

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Expert On Spy Poisoning Clues

Security and terrorism expert Neil Livingstone speaks with Harry Smith about the recent developments in the poisoning of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko.

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Iraq Study Group Reaction

During a press conference with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, President Bush made it clear that that he disagrees with key recommendations made by the Iraq Study Group. Bill Plante reports.

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