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New CS Police Chief Sworn In

Updated: 05/31/2008 - A new era has begun for the College Station Police Department. Michael Ikner was sworn in Friday as the its next Chief of Police.

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Former Non-Profit Employee Accused of Theft

Updated: 05/31/2008 - A local non-profit organization dedicated to children is hit in the pocketbook from within. A former Voices For Children employee voluntarily surrendered to police Friday after allegedly stealing nearly $70,000 from the agency.

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Aggies Beat Ragin Cajuns And Stay Unbeaten At CWS

Updated: 05/30/2008 - Rhiannon Kleising singled home Jami Lobpries in the top of the 7th inning with the go ahead run as the Aggies held onto beat Louisiana Lafayette 2-1 at the College Softball World Series.

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A Special Kindergarten Coincidence

Updated: 05/30/2008 - Southwood Valley Elementary had a flag ceremony Friday morning, and Included was a Texas flag that was flown in Iraq on Texas Independence Day.

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Judge Refuses To Sign Agreement Regarding Children

Updated: 05/30/2008 - Texas District Judge Barbara Walther wanted to place additional restrictions on the parents and give state child protection workers more authority to monitor the families.

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Cutting Your Gas Bill in Half...by Hypermiling?

Updated: 05/31/2008 - As you get ready to head out for the weekend and plan your summer road trips, KBTX has a way for you to save gas, that you won't believe. It's not a gimmick, you don't have to buy anything, but it can save you some serious green.

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A Wii Bit of Fitness Goes a Long Way

Updated: 05/30/2008 - As obesity rates continue to hit all-time highs across the nation, retailers such as Nintendo are finding new ways, to make exercise more fun for both young and old.

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Injured Aggie's Attorney Reacts to Bonfire Ruling

Updated: 05/29/2008 - It's been almost nine years since the bonfire collapsed at Texas A&M University. Now, a roadblock keeping school officials out of civil court, has been removed. An appellate court has ruled that the school's former administrators can be sued individually in connection with the collapse.

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Aggies Capitalize On Hokie Miscue

Updated: 05/29/2008 - Freshman pinch runner Andrea Tovar scored the winning run for the fifth-seeded Texas A&M softball team (55-7) in the sixth inning of the Aggies’ opening game of the 2008 Women’s College World Series against the Virginia Tech Hokies (38-9).

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Brenham Marine Charged With Desertion

Posted: 05/29/2008 - A Brenham Marine, with a track record of getting into trouble, now faces a much more serious charge. Jason Stone, 27, is being held in Arlington, Virginia on a federal warrant for desertion.

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Ags Blank Hokies

Updated: 05/29/2008 - The Texas A&M softball team has opened play at the College World Series with a victory over Virginia Tech.

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Water Restored to CS Subdivision

Updated: 05/29/2008 - Several College Station residents went without water Thursday morning because of a major water line break.

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Brazos County Jails Pass Annual State Inspections

Updated: 05/29/2008 - Brazos County officials have received the report card they were hoping for. After a two day inspection, all Brazos county jails were found in compliance with state regulations.

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Residents Weigh In on Future Lake Somerville Development

Updated: 05/28/2008 - Its been talked about at least three times before: a development strategy for the Lake Somerville area. That was the topic of conversation again Wednesday night, but this time the state is getting involved. Last year, the legislature asked for a study on Lake Somerville. Lawmakers wanted to know two things: why there is no development at Lake Somerville, and what can they do to make that happen.

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Warning Signs of Skin Cancer

Posted: 05/28/2008 - The evening news anchors at CBS, NBC and ABC got together to announce an ambitious plan to raise money for cancer research.

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Habitat Homeowner Becomes Habitat Volunteer

Updated: 05/28/2008 - For many, the Habitat for Humanity experience ends with a handing over of keys and tears of joy. But then there are others who continue their experience to make sure others can feel the same thing. One Bryan woman who did just that.

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