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Muster Honors Fallen Aggies

Updated: 04/22/2008 - It is Texas A&M University's most solemn and most visible tradition. Over 12,000 people gathered Monday night for Muster. The event is in honor of the Aggies who have died over the past year.

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Physics Festival Fun

Updated: 04/22/2008 - Texas A&M University's Physics Festival started off with a bang. Rudder Tower and the fountain area outside were transformed into a hands-on lab.

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Local Attorney Involved in San Angelo Custody Hearing

Updated: 04/22/2008 - It's been a two day custody hearing like no other. One district judge, Texas Child Protective Services, and several hundred lawyers representing 416 children seized from a polygamist compound.

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Ags Sweep Bears

Updated: 04/21/2008 - Blake Stouffer’s two-out single in the 11th scored Kyle Colligan from second base and completed Texas A&M’s wildest comeback win in years, as the eighth-ranked Aggies tied the game with a six-run ninth en route to a 13-12, 11-inning win over Baylor Sunday afternoon before 3,737 fans at Baylor Ballpark.

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Texas A&M Prepares For Muster

Posted: 04/20/2008 - April 21st is a special and solemn day for Aggies everywhere. Thousands will gather at Reed Arena Monday night for Aggie Muster.

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Pope Wraps Up First U.S. Papal Visit

Updated: 04/20/2008 - Pope Benedict wraps up his first papal visit to the U.S. Sunday in New York where he visited Ground Zero Sunday morning to lead prayers at the spot where nearly 3,000 died in the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center towers.

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Study: Texas Teachers Considering New Careers

Updated: 04/21/2008 - A new survey by the Texas State Teacher’s Association finds that one in four teachers in the state moonlights to make ends meet and that 44 percent of the state’s teachers are considering a career change.

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Burgers Help Baby

Updated: 04/22/2008 - Saturday, hundreds of people chowed down at the Chicken Oil Company restaurant in Bryan, to help a Brazos Valley baby.

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Phony Money Shows Up in Caldwell

Updated: 04/18/2008 - If you live in Burleson County, be on the lookout for bogus bills. Authorities say six, counterfeit $100 bills have surfaced in Caldwell over the past few weeks.

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New Dress Code for Huntsville ISD Students

Posted: 04/18/2008 - Some students in the Huntsville school district will be sporting some new threads come fall. That's because the school board approved a new standardized dress code, that they say will be easier to enforce.

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Ground is Broken on the Aggie Field of Honor

Updated: 04/18/2008 - Friday marked the beginning of a long awaited project in College Station. Ground was broken on the Memorial Cemetary of College Station and Aggie Field of Honor.

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Transportation Secretary Wants Canceled Flights Explained

Posted: 04/18/2008 - Transportation Secretary Mary Peters is demanding that federal regulators and American Airlines explain why 250,000 U.S. air travelers endured canceled flights last week during safety inspections.

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Agency Unveils New Name at Sexual Assault Vigil

Updated: 04/18/2008 - The Rape Crisis Center held its 24th annual candlelight vigil Thursday as a show of support for survivors of sexual assault. Officials also unveiled the agency's new name and logo.

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