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Texas A&M Picks Up Rare Win in Lincoln

Updated: 10/20/2007 - Stephen McGee set career highs with 35 carries for 167 yards and Jorvorskie Lane rushed for 130 yards and four touchdowns, leading Texas A&M to a 36-14 victory over Nebraska on Saturday.

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Discovery Mission Means Giant Leap for Womankind

Updated: 10/20/2007 - When space shuttle Discovery blasts off Tuesday, a woman will be sitting in the commander's seat. And up at the international space station, a female skipper will be waiting to greet her.

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Grass Fire In Madison County Put Out

Posted: 10/20/2007 - A grass fire in Madison County is now out. Officials say less than an acre burned just off Highway 90 near Brown Lane.

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TX Unemployment Rate Rises a Notch

Posted: 10/20/2007 - Texas unemployment in September rose to 4.3% as job growth failed to keep pace with more people looking for work.

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BVSWM to Hold Hazardous Waste Collection

Updated: 04/24/2008 - Brazos Valley Solid Waste Management will host its fall Household Waste Collection this Saturday, October 20. BVSWM crews will collect household hazardous waste from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Texas A&M University Services Complex.

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Chemistry on Display at Annual Open House

Updated: 10/20/2007 - If you were a fan of Mr. Wizard, there's an annual event this weekend that sure to captative the scientist in you. The 20th Annual Chemistry Open House and Road Show will be held on Saturday at the Texas A&M University's Chemistry building.

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Texas Task Force 1 Reaches 10 Year Milestone

Updated: 10/20/2007 - For 10 years, members of Texas Task Force 1 have been there to answer the call for help in Texas and across the nation. The organization traces its roots back to a common idea--creating an emergency resource that could respond to man-made and natural disasters.

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Special Olympics Get Underway in CS

Updated: 10/20/2007 - The Beijing Olympics may be a few months away from getting underway, but College Station is playing host to a big olympics of their own.

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Brazos Transit Passenger Hit By Car

Updated: 10/19/2007 - It was a rude awakening for a Brazos Valley transit passenger who had just exited a bus in College Station.

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After 21 Years in Jail, Man Could Get New Trial Thanks to DNA

Posted: 10/19/2007 - A hearing is set today for a man serving life in prison for rape and murder after a DNA test refuted the testimony of a key witness. A state district judge in Dallas is expected to recommends a new trial for Clay Reed Chabot.

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Million Dollar Grant Aimed at Keeping Skilled Craftsmen in Texas

Posted: 10/19/2007 - On Friday, the Texas Workforce Commission awarded a $1.9 million dollar grant to Blinn College, Fluor Corporation, and Beacon Construction at a check presentation. Diane Rath, TWC Chair was on hand at Blinn College for the ceremony to sign and present the check to Blinn College President Donald Voelter.

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Retired Teachers to get Bonus Check

Posted: 10/19/2007 - Retired teachers in Texas may have a bonus pension check coming their way in January. The Teacher Retirement System says an actuary has certified that a supplemental check for an amount equal to their normal monthly pay would be possible for eligible retirees.

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Black Monday Remembered

Posted: 10/19/2007 - Today marks a business anniversary that is remembered with fear. It's been 20 years since the stock market crash of 1987, when the Dow Jones industrial average fell 508 points.

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Defense to Plead Insanity in Microwaved Baby Case

Posted: 10/19/2007 - An attorney for a man accused of critically hurting his two-month-old daughter by putting her in a microwave oven has filed his intent to use an insanity defense. Authorities say 20-year-old Joshua Mauldin also put the girl in a refrigerator and a safe during the May incident.

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Madisonville's Texas Mushroom Festival Kicks-Off

Updated: 10/19/2007 - The Texas Mushroom Festival in Madisonville will be making mouths water October 19-20. The 6th annual festival will begin Friday with a Gala dinner prepared by celebrity chefs.

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Child Sex Charges for Miniature Train Operator

Posted: 10/19/2007 - Keller police have issued six more warrants on child-sex charges for a 65-year-old man who operated a miniature train for children's parties in his backyard.

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Bryan Festival Earns Top Downtown Award

Updated: 10/19/2007 - Bryan's Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival has been recognized by the Texas Downtown Association as the Best Promotional Event or Festival.

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