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Cardinal Apologizes for Innocence Lost

Posted: 07/16/2007 - (AP) Cardinal Roger Mahony, leader of America's largest Roman Catholic archdiocese, apologized Sunday to the hundreds of people who will get a share of a $660 million settlement over allegations of clergy sex abuse. "There really is no way to go back and give them that innocence that was taken from them. The one thing I wish I could give the victims ... I cannot," he said.

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Steroids Test May Not be Ready for Football Season

Posted: 07/16/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - The Texas lawmaker who authored a new mandatory random steroid testing law for high school athletes now says the program may not be ready in time for the upcoming football season. State Senator Kyle Janek, a Republican from Houston, said the state should consider holding back on testing if concerns about over-the-counter supplements causing positive test results are not satisfied by the fall.

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Kaspar Promoted to Bryan City Engineer

Updated: 07/16/2007 - City of Bryan Public Works Director Linda Huff announced Monday that Paul Kaspar has been promoted to City Engineer for the City of Bryan, effective immediately.

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Miami Bomb Scare Not a Threat

Posted: 07/16/2007 - MIAMI (AP) - A Miami International Airport terminal was briefly evacuated early Monday after authorities found what appeared to be an explosive device but turned out to be harmless. A watch and other items were spotted in a box that at first appeared to be part of an explosive device, said Transportation Security Administration spokesman Christopher White.

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Zookeeper Upgraded to Stable Condition After Tiger Attack

Posted: 07/16/2007 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A zookeeper who was attacked by a male tiger at the San Antonio Zoo has been upgraded to stable condition. A zoo spokeswoman says 28-year-old Jeff Tierney was attacked Saturday and remains in an intensive care unit.

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Regulators Interested in Whole Foods CEO's Anonymous Postings

Posted: 07/16/2007 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal regulators are investigating the anonymous online postings Whole Foods' CEO, some of which denigrated a smaller rival grocery chain. John Mackey's postings over seven years on Internet financial forums at times attacked Wild Oats Markets, calling its stock overpriced and predicting it would fall into bankruptcy and then be sold after its shares dipped below 5 dollars.

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Bracing for the Brazos River's Crest

Updated: 07/16/2007 - People who remember how fast the Brazos River escaped its banks back in 1991 are not taking any chances on being caught off guard again. News of the possible flooding of the Brazos spread like wildfire among those who live by the river like Joe Wilder.

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Procession Carries Lady Bird to Burial

Posted: 07/15/2007 - STONEWALL, Texas (AP) - Lady Bird Johnson has arrived at her final resting place beneath a canopy of oak trees at the family's ranch near Austin.

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Amber Alert Issued for Houston Boy

Posted: 07/15/2007 - The Houston Police Department has issued an Amber Alert after a 5-year-old boy was apparently abducted at a gas station. Jordan Rodriguez was in his mother’s car as she was getting gas at the Exxon station on Tidwell and I-45 around 2:45 p.m. Sunday when an unidentified black male jumped in the vehicle and drove off with the boy.

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Dancing From Texas to New York

Updated: 07/15/2007 - Modern dance may not be as widespread as Christine Bergeron would like here in the Brazos Valley but the dance company she belongs to impressed the New York dance community. On the first try, the company was accepted to perform in the New York International Fringe Festival.

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Before Students, Bus Is Filled With Supplies

Posted: 07/14/2007 - The first event to prepare students for the up-coming school year was held Saturday morning. OfficeMax teamed up with the Bryan-College Station Junior League to help Stuff The Bus.

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Five Injured, One Seriously in Grimes County Accident

Updated: 07/15/2007 - Grimes County officials say five people were injured Saturday when two vehicles collided on Highway 30 near FM 2620. Officials say the driver of a truck traveling down Highway 30 slowed down to avoid two vehicles parked along the shoulder. The driver of a SUV behind the truck did not notice the driver had slowed down.

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Heavy Rains Wash Out Leon County Road

Updated: 07/14/2007 - Due to recent flooding, a part of FM 1146 in Leon County has washed away. The flood water has completely washed out the roadway approximately one mile north of U.S. 79 on FM 1146.

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CS Police Run Down Suspected Car Thieves

Updated: 07/13/2007 - A set of keys and tire rims may have been the smoking gun that landed a trio of men behind bars following a police pursuit in College Station Friday.

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Save the Date: Texas Reds Set Again

Posted: 07/13/2007 - The city of Bryan's first signature event was apparently so successful, they've already set the date for the second installment.

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