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Power Line Shuts Down Hwy 6; Grass Fire Burns

Updated: 10/27/2007 - Highway 6 in College Station is back open after a downed power line shut down traffic in both directions. A small grass fire is burning in the area as well.

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Undelivered Mail Raises More Questions for TYC

Posted: 10/26/2007 - A Texas Ranger has found two-year old undelivered mail at a juvenile lockup. Ranger Brian Burzinski and a sheriff's office representative seized mail that had been delivered to the facility, addressed to inmates, but apparently never given to them.

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KBTX News 3 Returns to Crockett Airwaves

Updated: 10/26/2007 - For the first time in a number of years, KBTX-TV is broadcasting news to the seat of Houston County and the surrounding area.

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History of the Bush Award

Updated: 10/27/2007 - Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is now the sixth person in history to receive the George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service, which was first handed out in 2000.

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Six Arrested in Bryan Sting Operation

Updated: 10/27/2007 - The Bryan Police Department's Directed Deployment Team, with assistance from the Limestone County Sheriff's Office, continued with its on-going operations of targeting vice crimes within the City of Bryan Thursday.

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Lane Closures on FM 2818 Friday

Updated: 10/26/2007 - A couple of lanes will be closed on Harvey Mitchell Parkway beginning Friday morning. It's part of the Beck Street expansion project in Bryan.

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Border Patrol Agents Discover Burned Bodies in CA

Posted: 10/26/2007 - On a day when firefighters made progress against several of the wildfires menacing Southern California, authorities said Thursday they had found six bodies burned by the flames.

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Loupot's Celebrates 75 Years

Updated: 10/26/2007 - Ol' Army Lou's legend lives on as Loupot's Bookstore celebrates its 75th Anniversary.

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Red Light Cameras Approved by CS Council

Updated: 10/26/2007 - Red light cameras are now officially on the way to College Station. Thursday, the city council approved a $300,000 contract for the cameras.

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Attorney Fires Back at Former Arts Council Director

Updated: 10/26/2007 - In a legal response filed Thursday, attorney Gaines West denied any involvement in the criminal case against ex-Arts Council of the Brazos Valley Director P. David Romei.

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Steep Fines Hit Area Motorists in the Pocketbook

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Area motorists are now facing some steep fines after an old piece of legislation gains momentum. The Driver Responsibility Program was established in 2003 and assesses points and fees to drivers for a variety of moving violations

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CDC Visits Bryan School Campuses

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Bryan ISD has been under the watchful eye of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but for a good reason. The school district was one of six across the nation chosen for its promising example of local wellness policies.

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Former A&M Leader Heads Home to Aggieland

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Defense Secretary and former A&M President, Robert Gates, is heading back to Aggieland. The former Aggie leader will be presented Friday, with the 2007 George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service.

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BP Settles Charges; Ex-employees Face Indictment

Posted: 10/25/2007 - Oil and gas giant BP PLC agreed Thursday to pay $373 million in fines and restitution to end investigations into whether it manipulated energy markets and violated environmental laws, the Justice Department said.

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