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Two Aggies Forced Out by Fire

Posted: 01/22/2009 - Wednesday evening, two Aggies were displaced by an evening fire in their apartment complex.

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Former Pro, Aggie Player Named Biggest Dead-Beat Dad

Updated: 01/21/2009 - He was a star player in high school and a promising prospect at Texas A&M who wound up as a professional athlete. But the title he's now known for is the biggest dead-beat dad in the history of Texas.

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Website Provides GPS Notification of Red-Light Cameras

Updated: 01/21/2009 - College Station resident Jim Ash has been in a red-light camera fight with the City of College Station, since he was issued a citation in September. Now, Ash has a website he hopes helps other drivers get the picture.

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Future Uncertain for Landmark in Kurten

Updated: 01/21/2009 - Its history dates back to the late 1800's, and now after more than a hundred years of doing business, one local post office may be forced to close it's doors for good.

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Scam Targets Madison County Woman

Updated: 01/20/2009 - Despite increased public awareness and warnings, con artists continue to successfully pull their scams, leaving behind a trail of victims.

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Brazos Valley Residents Attend Inauguration

Updated: 01/20/2009 - America's 44th president was sworn in on Monday and millions make their way to Washington, D.C. to witness history and among the masses were dozens of Brazos Valley residents.

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Barack Obama Becomes 44th President

Updated: 01/21/2009 - With a hand on Abraham Lincoln's inaugural bible, and before a crowd stretching across the National Mall toward where Martin Luther King Jr. spoke of his dream of racial equality, Barack Obama was sworn in as the first black American president.

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Forecasting for the Presidental Inauguration

Updated: 01/20/2009 - If you think forecasting the weather for an outdoor event is important, imagine making a forecast for something bigger -- like the Presidential Inauguration.

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Severity of Heart Attacks Drops; Better Prevention Credited

Posted: 01/19/2009 - The severity of first heart attacks has dropped significantly in the US, fueling a major decline in deaths. A new landmark study says that both patients and their doctors can take credit for the survival rates.

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