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President Signs Bill Giving DeBakey Top Civilian Honor

Posted: 10/16/2007 - Famed Houston heart surgeon Michael DeBakey has joined the ranks of Mother Teresa and George Washington. President Bush signed a bill Tuesday approving DeBakey for the Congressional Gold Medal.

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Girl Crushed by Homecoming Float

Posted: 10/16/2007 - A high school sophomore in Colorado attempted to climb aboard a moving homecoming parade float but fell under the wheels and was crushed to death in front of onlookers, authorities said.

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Harris County Prosecutors to Retry Slade

Posted: 10/16/2007 - Prosecutors will retry fired Texas Southern University president Priscilla Slade in a criminal financial mismanagement case. Harris County District Attorney Chuck Rosenthal says, "We believe she stole money."

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Flooding Causes Trouble in North Texas

Updated: 10/16/2007 - Heavy storms swept through North Texas on Monday, flooding roads, damaging buildings and knocking out power to thousands of homes and businesses.

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Man Gets Death in Stabbing of Ex-Girlfriend's Mother

Posted: 10/16/2007 - A jury in Austin has sentenced a man to death for the August 2006 murder of his ex-girlfriend's mother. Twenty-five-year-old Selwyn P. Davis was convicted October 4th in the stabbing death of 57-year-old Regina Lara.

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Mount Zion Church Praises New Home

Updated: 10/16/2007 - Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church has a new home. In February 2006, the congregation vowed to do whatever it took to rebuild after their building caught fire due to electrical issues.

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Homeland Security Expert-Turned-Author Promotes at A&M

Updated: 10/16/2007 - Homeland security expert Randy Larsen spoke to a crowd as part of the promotion for his new book, "Our Own Worst Enemy: Asking the Right Questions to Protect You, Your Family and America."

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Riding for a Resaon

Updated: 10/16/2007 - It was ride of remembrance and respect for a fallen friend. About 100 motorcycle enthusiasts gathered Monday evening for a memorial ride in honor of Bryan resident Mitch MacGrady.

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Flu Season Just Around the Corner

Updated: 10/16/2007 - It is highly contagious, and even has its own season. Beginning in about November and lasting until April the flu can strike with a vengeance, leaving those in its path sick in bed or worse.

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Blind Triathlete Sets Record

Posted: 10/15/2007 - Aaron Scheidies is the first blind triathlete to finish an Olympic-distance triathlon in under two hours. He finished the U.S. Open Triathlon in 1 hour, 58 minutes, 8 seconds yesterday in Dallas.

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Three College Students Found Alive and Uninjured in a Cave

Posted: 10/15/2007 - Authorities say three University of Texas students rescued from an Austin cave simply got lost while exploring. The students emerged from Airman's Cave in Austin tired and hungry last night after more then 30 hours inside.

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Big State Festival, Big Hit

Updated: 10/15/2007 - The sounds of good 'ole country music herded droves of people to the Big State Festival. An official number of just how may people entered the Texas World Speedway it not known yet.

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CROP of Walkers Battle Hunger

Updated: 10/15/2007 - Locals pounded the pavement to pound out hunger. Ten different groups including some Student Council Members from Neal Elementary took part in the annual CROP Walk Sunday afternoon.

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