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CS Adopts Guidelines for Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater

Updated: 12/05/2007 - In a 5-1 vote, the council gave the OK to the new rules, which includes a limit on alcohol to what the council calls "personal-sized containers" which are 48 quarts or smaller. No kegs will be allowed.

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Iola Coach Resigns After Hidden Camera Found

Updated: 12/06/2007 - An Iola ISD coach has resigned after a hidden camera was found in the boys' locker room. The coach is on paid administrative leave until his resignation takes effect January 18.

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Aggies Help Feed the Hungry

Updated: 12/05/2007 - Some Texas A&M students took a break from studying for finals Tuesday to help feed the hungry.

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Madisonville Shooting Victim Still Critical

Posted: 12/04/2007 - A Madisonville man remains in critical condition tonight after being shot Monday by a police officer. Benjamin "Cody" Morning is being treated at Scott and White in Temple for a pair of gunshot wounds he received after allegedly lunging at Madisonville police with a knife.

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Long Time Bryan Banker Retires

Updated: 12/05/2007 - After 43 years in the banking business, Mervin Peters is stepping down. The community banking president for Wells Fargo started his career in 1964, and says this is the year to say goodbye.

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A&M Regents Could Name Presidential Finalist Friday

Posted: 12/04/2007 - Texas A&M System Board of Regents will meet in closed session on Thursday to discuss the presidential search, including possible action to name a finalist or finalists.

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Two Popular Mexican Singers Slain

Posted: 12/04/2007 - The tortured body of the lead singer of a popular Mexican band was found along a highway Monday and another singer was shot to death, police said, the latest Mexican musicians killed in a wave of violence over the past year.

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300 Inmates Sickened at South Texas Prison

Posted: 12/04/2007 - Health officials are working to contain the spread of a gastrointestinal virus at the McConnell Unit prison in Beeville. Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokeswoman Michelle Lyons says the virus had spread to about 300 inmates as of Monday.

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Student Driver Passes Test, Fails at Parking

Posted: 12/04/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - Oops. A student driver in Houston passed his test, then crashed the car into the Texas Department of Public Safety building.

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Tickets Moving Quickly for Alamo Bowl

Posted: 12/03/2007 - Tickets to the Alamo Bowl are going fast. After Sunday's announcement that the are returning to the San Antonio post-season game, Texas A&M fans wasted no time pouncing on tickets.

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A&M Architect Students Combat Global Emergencies

Updated: 12/03/2007 - The Texas A&M Health Science Center and College of Architecture have teamed up to create hospital facilities that can be assembled quickly in times of emergency.

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Brazos County Officials File For Election

Updated: 12/03/2007 - Several Brazos County residents filed for next year's election on Monday including some sitting officials. The primaries for the Republican and Democratic parties will be held March 4. Election Day is November 4.

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Woman Convicted in "Baby Joseph's" Death Back in Jail

Updated: 12/03/2007 - A Dallas mother convicted of causing her baby's death will not appeal her conviction. Susan Chiniewicz turned herself in Monday and will spend the next two years in jail without parole

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CS Council Continues Oversight of Arts Council

Updated: 12/03/2007 - College Station's mayor says his and his subcommittee's questions about the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley and its funding have been answered, at least for now.

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Christmas Village Display

Updated: 12/03/2007 - Downtown Bryan is home to a new tradition this holiday season. That is where you can find one of the largest displays of Department 56 Villages in Texas.

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Craddick Wants Review of TxDOT Ad Campaign

Updated: 12/03/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - House Speaker Tom Craddick is asking lawmakers to review the Texas Department of Transportation's multimillion dollar ad campaign promoting toll roads and the Trans-Texas Corridor.

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Romney Addresses Fears of Christian Voters

Updated: 12/07/2007 - In his much anticipated "Faith in America" speech, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney addressed the fears some Christian voters have about his religion.

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'Boot Camp Flu' Cases Drop at Lackland AFB

Posted: 12/03/2007 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Recruits at Lackland Air Force Base have continued to get sick from a mutated version of a common cold virus known as "boot camp flu" during the past three months.

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