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Texas Department of Transportation Running Out of Money

Updated: 10/02/2007 - It is a problem the Texas Department of Transportation says it has been dealing with for a while. State lawmakers have taken so much money from the department that it is running out of money to build new roads.

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Man Stable After Bryan Shooting

Updated: 10/01/2007 - A man is recovering after being shot early this morning in Bryan. Police say the victim was assaulted in the 400 block of South Haswell. The suspects then chased him to a home in the 300 block of Haswell and shot him.

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Probation Officer Arrested for Alleged Affair With Teen

Updated: 10/01/2007 - A Brazos County juvenile probation officer has been arrested for allegedly having an affair with one of her underage probationers. Sarah Farmer, 29, turned herself in at the College Station Police Department Monday morning.

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Twin Cities Could Save $4.1 Million by Sharing Services

Posted: 10/01/2007 - The twin cities of Texarkana could save $4.1 million if the Arkansas and Texas communities merged their separate police and fire departments. That's according to a study by a group exploring combining city services.

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Criminal Alien Program Gets Mixed Reviews

Posted: 10/01/2007 - Irving city officials targeted by Latino groups say they've received hundreds of phone calls and e-mails supporting a police program that identifies suspects for possible deportation. That's since about 2,000 protesters marched on City Hall last week.

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Lawyers File a Flurry of Rita-related Lawsuits

Posted: 10/01/2007 - The second anniversary of Hurricane Rita is raising questions about the deadline for lawsuits related to property damage from the storm. Most cases involve policyholders who claim their insurers have shortchanged them on storm damage.

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Veto Fight Looming Over Children's Health Program

Posted: 10/01/2007 - Backers of a bill to expand a children's health program are planning a march to the White House this morning, with children pulling red wagons filled with petitions supporting the bill.

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Federal Trial to Start for Four Accused in Kickapoo Case

Posted: 10/01/2007 - Four defendants accused in a federal criminal case of taking advantage of the Kickapoo Tribe are headed to trial today. The original "Kickapoo Seven" were charged in a 25-count federal indictment in early 2005.

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HIgh Speed Travel Through Grimes County?

Posted: 10/01/2007 - A public hearing is set for Tuesday in Grimes County to discuss the possibility of a high speed roadway connecting Navasota to Montgomery County.

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Ingraham Pushes Power on Radio, Best-Sellers List

Updated: 10/01/2007 - Current best-selling author Laura Ingraham stopped in College Station as part of her book tour. The nationally syndicated conservative radio commentator took time out to autograph her latest book, “Power to the People”.

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New Class Status Gives Bryan Citizens Cheaper Flood Insurance

Updated: 10/01/2007 - Residents in Bryan are now eligible for a bigger discount on flood insurance. The city of Bryan has been promoted from a Class 9 to a Class 7 within the Community Rating System by the Insurance Services Offices.

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Deployed Navy Minister Returns to Local Flock

Updated: 10/01/2007 - Every item on the church program brought the same word to mind to a man whose ears and heart had truly missed the order of his Sunday services. "Wonderful," Sean Cox said. "Absolutely wonderful."

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VA Launches Flu Vaccination Campaign

Posted: 09/30/2007 - VA patients are being offered options to "stomp out the flu bug" with free shot. The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System launches its flu campaign at the Bryan/College Station Community Based Outpatient Clinic during October with a free flu vaccination clinic for veterans enrolled in the health care system.

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Bryan Police Chief Names New Assistant

Updated: 10/01/2007 - Bryan Police Chief Tyronne Morrow announced a new Assistant Chief. Wayland Rawls, 34, officially gains that title as of Monday, October, 1.

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New York Times Journalist Inducted into Aggie Hall of Honor

Posted: 09/29/2007 - A special reception at the Stark Galleries, located inside Memorial Student Center, was held in honor of former student Aggie Kathleen McElroy. On Saturday, McElory became the newest inductee into the Former Journalism Students Association Hall of Honor.

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Genesis House on the Verge of Opening

Updated: 10/01/2007 - A new beginning is finally a step closer for some children who need a fresh start. For the last four years, Cheryl Bulter has been working to provide a safe transition home for abuse and neglected kids.

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TDCJ Correctional Field Officer Laid to Rest

Posted: 09/29/2007 - Hundreds gathered at Johnson Coliseum on the campus of Sam Houston State University, to pay final respects to Susan Canfield. Many of them co-workers, her Texas Department of Criminal Justice family.

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Aggies Blast Baylor

Updated: 09/29/2007 - Stephen McGee and Jorvorskie Lane each ran for over 100 yards and a touchdown as Texas A&M beat Baylor 34-10.

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Ags Win Battle of the Brazos

Posted: 09/29/2007 - The Texas A&M offense dominated the time of possession battle as the Aggies blasted Baylor, 34-10, Saturday at Kyle Field.

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Hearne Councilwoman Out...Again

Posted: 09/29/2007 - She won the election, then resigned, then retracted that resignation. Now, Cassandra Butler is out again as a Hearne Councilmember.

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Topless Club Gets Second Go at Beer License

Updated: 09/28/2007 - A Robertson County topless club gets a second chance for a beer license. A motion for a new hearing regarding the owners' application to serve alcohol has been approved.

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Radio Host, Author Laura Ingraham Coming to College Station

Updated: 09/28/2007 - Radio talk show host and best-selling author Laura Ingraham is coming to College Station. She will be at Hastings from 2p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, September 30, signing copies of her new book "Power to the People."

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Regents Honor Former Aggie Professor

Updated: 09/28/2007 - A nationally-recognized former Texas A&M professor has added another honor to his long list of achievements. Dr. Norman Borlaug was awarded an honorary doctorate Friday by the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.

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