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Some Parker County Residents Allowed to Return Home

Posted: 06/30/2007 - WEATHERFORD, Texas (AP) - Governor Rick Perry has declared disaster areas in 37 counties across Texas -- making residents of those counties elegible for state assistance.

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Gas Leak Prompts Evacuation in Bryan

Updated: 06/30/2007 - Fire crews evacuated two homes in the 1400 block of Skrivanek Drive in Bryan just before noon on Saturday. The Bryan Fire Department says construction crews working in the area hit a three inch gas line, causing a leak.

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High Court Rules Against Woman Who Sued Pastor

Posted: 06/30/2007 - The Texas Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit today filed by a woman who was furious her pastor told the congregation about her extramarital relationship.

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Navasota Could Be Speeding to a New Ordinance

Updated: 06/30/2007 - When visitors enter the Heritage Meadow Subdivision in Navasota, the posted speed limit of 30 miles per hour greets them. However, residents who live on Mockingbird Street like Christi Pimentel say drivers are constantly driving over the limit.

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Grimes County Grand Jury Decides on Several Cases

Updated: 06/30/2007 - A Grimes County grand jury handed up 30 separate felony indictments for a pair accused in a string of crimes, including a home invasion in Bedias and carjacking a man.

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iPhone Hype Means Lines Outside Local Stores

Updated: 06/30/2007 - Enthusiatic crowds lined up outside area AT&T Wireless stores, all with one thing in mind: the latest and greatest in wireless technology. Demand for the product has been so great that people have been lining up outside local stores in both Bryan and College Station, just in hopes of getting their hands on one.

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Company Eyes Two Texas Sites for Nuclear Plant

Posted: 06/29/2007 - HOUSTON - Exelon Nuclear has identified two possible sites in southeast Texas for a new nuclear power plant. The Illinois-based company is preparing a federal application to build and operate a new plant.

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Joint EOC Gets CS Council's OK

Updated: 06/29/2007 - Add College Station to the list of entities who are ready to get a Joint Emergency Operations Center off the ground.

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Politics On The Hilton's Breakfast Menu

Posted: 06/28/2007 - Some local residents got a chance to talk politics over breakfast at the College Station Hilton. Members of the Chamber of Commerce's Intercircle had breakfast with state lawmakers to discuss the accomplishments of the 80th legislative session.

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Law Goes To Atlanta As 11th Overall Pick

Updated: 06/29/2007 - Texas A&M point guard Acie Law IV realized a boyhood dream when he was drafted in the first round of the NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks Thursday night.

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Bryan City Calendar Full of Water Heroes

Updated: 06/29/2007 - Bryan residents, the wait is almost over to get your copy of the city's water quality report. Every city in Texas must make the reports available to the public, but Bryan city officials wanted to present the information in a captivating way.

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Locals Drive Pink For a Cure

Updated: 06/29/2007 - Brazos Valley residents had the ultimate driving experience Thursday to help save the ultimate gift -- life. Visitors at Garlyn Shelton BMW dealerships were able to test drive 19 silver BMWs decorated with pink modernist maps.

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Supreme Court Rejects School Diversity Plans With Race

Updated: 06/28/2007 - The lawyer who argued that a diversity plan for public schools in Louisville, Kentucky, was discriminatory says Thursday's ruling by the Supreme Court shows "better race-neutral alternatives" are needed.

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Report: TEA Contracts Awarded Improperly

Posted: 06/28/2007 - A Texas Education Agency internal investigation found the agency didn't follow policy when awarding contracts for state work.

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Border Incident Results in Drowning

Posted: 06/28/2007 - EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A would-be immigrant from Mexico is dead in a border incident in El Paso. It started shortly after noon Wednesday when a border camera spotted three men coming through a hole in a fence. When Border Patrol agents arrived, one of the men fell into a canal and was quickly dragged under by the fast-moving water.

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