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Senior Tax Freeze Election on CS's Horizon?

Posted: 01/10/2008 - The counting continues when it comes to a potential senior tax freeze in College Station. Plus, an annexation plan could soon reach city councilmembers' desks.

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Suspect Arrested in Montgomery County Murder

Posted: 01/10/2008 - An argument over a computer ends in the death of a Montgomery County man. Jeffery Green, 45, is charged with Wednesday night's fatal shooting of Harold Tichack, 31.

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College Station HS Principal Resigns

Updated: 01/11/2008 - It was an emotional day Thursday at A&M Consolidated High School, as faculty learned Principal Ron Fox is stepping down. The high school's staff was informed that he would be leaving at the end of the spring semester.

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Madisonville Officer Sues to Return to the Force

Posted: 01/10/2008 - A fired Madisonville police officer is suing city officials and the city to get her job back. Rhonda Henry claims she was unlawfully terminated in October 2007.

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Huntsville City Hall Veteran Could Return

Posted: 01/10/2008 - A familiar face could be temporarily returning to his old position at Huntsville City Hall. During a short meeting Wednesday evening, city council members voted unanimously to hire Gene Pipes as interim city manager.

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Bremond Grad to Appear on Ghost Whisperer

Updated: 01/11/2008 - It is a classic story with a local twist. A Bremond graduate has left small town Texas for Hollywood, and his dreams are already coming true.

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Government Says Millions of Young People Abusing Cough Meds

Posted: 01/10/2008 - WASHINGTON (AP) - A lot of young people are using cough and cold medicine -- and not the way it's intended. The government says more than three million people between the ages of 12 and 25 have used the medicine to get high.

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Tons of Bombs Dropped in Latest U.S. Offensive in Iraq

Posted: 01/10/2008 - ZAMBARANIYAH, Iraq (AP) - A large-scale U.S. offensive continues in Iraq. The attack is part of Operation Phantom Phoenix, a campaign against al-Qaida in Iraq that was launched Tuesday.

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Guard Shortage Means Safety Concerns at Texas Prisons

Posted: 01/10/2008 - AUSTIN (AP) - Some Texas correctional officers are worried that their jobs are becoming too dangerous because of a shortage of guards. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has about 83 percent of the correctional officers it needs.

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Boy Scouts Advise Members on Dealing With Bullies

Posted: 01/10/2008 - UNDATED (AP) - For the first time in the 97-year history of the Boy Scouts of America, the organization is requiring new Scouts to learn tips on dealing with bullies to advance ranks.

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Abbott Proposes Plan for Some Uninsured Texas Kids

Posted: 01/10/2008 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - State Attorney General Greg Abbott is offering a plan to provide private-sector health insurance to uninsured children in the state's child support system.

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Iola Woman Celebrates 104th Birthday

Posted: 01/09/2008 - Wednesday was a special day for an Iola woman. Myrtle Worsham Gorbit, a lifelong Grimes County resident who was born on January 9, 1914, celebrated her 104th birthday.

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College Station Introduces Menu of Capital Projects

Posted: 01/09/2008 - The list includes bigger streets, better bike trails, a new fire station and a senior citizens center. And all of the items are competing for a spot on College Station's November bond ballot.

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Car Problems Stall Suspect's Getaway

Updated: 01/09/2008 - Bryan police didn't have to travel far to capture a suspected car thief. That's because the getaway car died.

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Bryan Wreck Results in Multiple Injuries

Updated: 01/10/2008 - According to authorities, an SUV and a car were travelling southbound on FM 2818 near Independence Road at a high rate of speed when they lost control.

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Does the Mind Have Healing Powers?

Updated: 01/09/2008 - Placebos, commonly sugar pills or saline infusion, work in some cases on the premise that the patient doesn't know they are not taking "real" medication.

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Employer arrested for harboring accused killer

Posted: 01/09/2008 - The employer of a Mexican man accused of fatally shooting a Houston police officer is facing charges of helping the illegal immigrant return to the U.S. after deportation for a different crime. 47-year-old Robert Lane Camp -- the owner of a landscaping company -- was arrested and charged with harboring an illegal immigrant and helping him unlawfully enter the United States.

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