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Autopsy on Infant Could Bring More Charges

Updated: 10/03/2007 - A pending autopsy on the body of a Leon County infant could determine the fate of a Conroe teen. If the baby girl died of natural causes, Robert Capps, 17, will face two counts of injury to a child. If the seven-month old was killed, Capps could be charged with capital murder.

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Operation Game Thief Taking the Secret Out of Illegal Hunting

Updated: 10/03/2007 - Licensed hunters and fishers in Texas for the most part know state game wardens are always watching. However, Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden Russell Murden in Robertson County is attempting to stress that message to newcomers who may not know how serious poaching or illegal hunting is frowned upon.

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Twin City Mission Leadership Changes

Updated: 10/03/2007 - Future growth and expansion forces Twin City Mission to reorganize some of its top seated positions. The agency has created the position of Chief Executive Officer, which Executive Director Doug Weedon, has filled.

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A Survivor's Story of Beating Breast Cancer

Updated: 10/03/2007 - Through tears, hugs, and stories Patricia's family surrounded her with love, and stood by her side. However, she wanted her family to know she was fighter.

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Not the Official Dinosaur of Texas?

Posted: 10/03/2007 - Bones discovered in the 1990s that spurred the Legislature to declare the pleurocoelus the state's official dinosaur were misidentified and actually came from a different species, according to a student's research.

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Racial Slur in Ad Prompts Apology

Posted: 10/03/2007 - A car dealership issued an apology and fired a sales manager over the distribution of an e-mail advertisement that included a derogatory term for Hispanics.

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Border Cities Block Access to Border-Fence Land

Posted: 10/03/2007 - Brownsville officials are considering a lawsuit against the federal government to prevent construction of a border fence on city property. City leaders discussed that possibility last night but decided to wait two more weeks before making a decision.

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Housing Developer Pleads Not Guilty in City Hall Corruption Case

Posted: 10/03/2007 - The real estate developer at the center of a Dallas City Hall corruption case has surrendered to federal authorities. Southwest Housing President Brian L. Potashnik, his wife Cheryl, and his father, Jack, were named in indictments alleging an elaborate bribery and extortion scheme.

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President Issues Disaster Declaration for Texas

Posted: 10/03/2007 - Six Texas counties struck by Tropical Storm Erin this summer now qualify for federal aid. President Bush declared Bexar, Harris, Jones, Kendall, Medina and Taylor counties disaster areas.

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OU Fans Could Have Difficulty Purchasing Alcohol

Posted: 10/03/2007 - Because of the way some State Fair of Texas concessionaires interpret state law, Oklahomans who travel to Dallas for the Texas-OU game this weekend might have trouble buying beer.

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Reprimanded Federal Judge Accustomed to Attention

Posted: 10/03/2007 - A U.S. district judge in Galveston has been reprimanded after a lengthy investigation of alleged sexual harassment of a federal employee and inappropriate behavior toward other workers.

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Infected Aggies Part of Close-Knit Circle

Updated: 10/03/2007 - A serious and potentially deadly infection has hit the Texas A&M campus. The two students diagnosed with bacterial meningitis were part of a close knit circle of Aggies at Walton Hall dorm.

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Tuesday Statements From Davis, Byrne, and Franchione

Updated: 10/02/2007 - Two Texas A&M officials have issued statements concerning head football coach Dennis Franchione and the matter of the VIP email list, plus, Franchione himself read a statement about his intentions at Tuesday's media conference at the Bright Complex.

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I-69 Proponents Garner Local Support

Updated: 10/03/2007 - An interstate that will go from Mexico to Canada is slated to go straight through the Brazos Valley. The Interstate 69 project is only in the planning phase now, but those involved are already trying to garner support.

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Teen Arrested in Bryan Shooting

Updated: 10/03/2007 - Less than 24 hours after a shooting in Bryan, police have a suspect in custody. Valentin Garay, 17, was arrested early Tuesday morning and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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Outage Stalls College Station Traffic

Updated: 10/01/2007 - A faulty switch at an electric substation is being blamed on a power outage that left some College Station customers in the dark and commuters stuck in traffic Monday evening.

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Pair of Aggies Contract Meningitis

Updated: 10/01/2007 - Two Texas A&M students were diagnosed at local hospitals Monday as having contracted bacterial meningitis, and university health officials are providing appropriate medical care to any students who might have been exposed to the disease.

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