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Officials Push for High-Speed Rail in Brazos Valley

Updated: 11/06/2007 - The push is on at the local level to get high-speed rail running through the Brazos Valley. The estimated $20 billion effort is still a long way from reality. Officials have set a goal of 2020 to have the line operational.

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Crash Investigators Find Driver was Shot

Posted: 11/06/2007 - A two-vehicle wreck in West Texas that left five people hurt happened as one of the drivers was accidentally shot and killed. Authorities say a passenger in a pickup was holding a hunting rifle that accidentally discharged -- fatally shooting the driver.

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Paul Sets GOP One-Day Fundraising Record

Posted: 11/06/2007 - Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is getting an extraordinary outpouring of Internet support. The Texas congressman with a Libertarian tilt took in more than $4.2 million in nearly 24 hours Monday.

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Election Day Arrives

Posted: 11/06/2007 - Sixteen Texas constitutional amendments will be decided Tuesday, as well as a pair of major issues in Brazos County and one in Grimes County.

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Texas Plant Uses Dairy Waste to Make Natural Gas

Posted: 11/06/2007 - The nation's largest manure-to-natural gas plant got up and running in the heart of Texas dairy country. It's expected produce enough energy to power 11,000 homes a year and is a high-profile example of the growing need for alternative energy.

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Coast Guard Says Oil Spilling from Pipeline Near Port Arthur

Posted: 11/06/2007 - U.S. Coast Guard officials say about 2,000 gallons of crude oil have been released into the Gulf of Mexico after a pipeline ruptured near Port Arthur. The pipeline ruptured Monday about four miles offshore of McFaddin Beach.

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Three Things: Foods You Should Eat

Updated: 11/05/2007 - There are lots of foods that people eat because they are widely known for their nutritional value, but the following are three super foods that you may not have in your shopping cart.

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New Way of Thinking For FFA

Updated: 11/05/2007 - It's an old organization with a new way of thinking. When the FFA was formed in 1928, much of the country's economics was centered around agriculture.

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Milestone in Cardiac Care in the Brazos Valley

Updated: 11/05/2007 - It was 20 years ago that Claude Goswick got the news that he would need a quadruple bypass. At the time, it was typically a surgery that sent local patients to hospitals in Houston, Austin or Dallas.

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Aggie Pursues Dream of Walking

Updated: 11/05/2007 - Mandy LaCombe, who broke her neck in an auto accident several years ago, is working to raise $150,000-$200,000 per year to continue the treatments which might allow her to walk again.

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A&M Denies Buyout Talks with Franchione

Updated: 11/05/2007 - An official in the Texas A&M athletic department is denying reports that Texas A&M head football coach Dennis Franchione and the university are in talks about a buyout of the coach's contract.

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Allen Academy Headmaster Stepping Down

Updated: 11/05/2007 - The top official at a Bryan private school is moving on. Allen Academy head of school Bob Meyer is leaving at the end of the academic year.

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Body Found in Sabine River

Posted: 11/05/2007 - Authorities have recovered a body from the Sabine River, several days after an 18-year-old man fell out of a capsized canoe and disappeared.

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Memorial Held for Unidentified "Baby Grace"

Posted: 11/05/2007 - Residents held a memorial service to help focus attention on the case of "Baby Grace," the young girl whose remains were discovered inside a storage box that washed ashore on Galveston Bay.

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Lindale Woman Rescued from Well

Posted: 11/05/2007 - Rescuers pulled a woman to safety from the depths of an old artesian well Sunday night. The woman, who declined to be identified, treaded water for about an hour before being pulled out of the 60-degree water.

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RV Crushes Car on Highway 21

Updated: 11/05/2007 - A Madison County road known for its dangerous curve proved deadly Sunday night. It happened on Highway 21 not far from North Zulch.

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Vintage Cars Burn Up the Track

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Carefully crafted Porshes, Corvettes, Mustangs and other racing cars built to 1972 regulations heated up the track at the Texas World Speedway. The Corinthian Vintage Auto Racing Corporation hosted its 16th Annual Vintage Fall Festival.

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