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Missing CS Woman Found

Updated: 08/20/2007 - College Station police have found a woman reportedly missing since Saturday. Robin Bostick, 42, was found just after 8 p.m. Monday night.

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Trial Begins Tuesday in Hearne Rodeo Stabbing

Updated: 08/21/2007 - The murder trial of a College Station woman is set to get underway Tuesday in Robertson County. Cheryl Arnold is charged with murder in the stabbing death of Angel Williams.

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Bears Eat Man at Beer Festival

Posted: 08/20/2007 - BELGRADE, Serbia (Reuters) -- A 23-year old Serb was found dead and half-eaten in the bear cage of Belgrade Zoo at the weekend during the annual beer festival. The man was found naked, with his clothes lying intact inside the cage.

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Matron of Honor Killed at Wedding Rehearsal

Posted: 08/20/2007 - NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A woman who was to serve as the matron of honor at her best friend's wedding was struck by lightning and killed during the rehearsal dinner on the eve of the ceremony. Cindy Osler, 45, had gone outside with the best man Friday night to check their car windows when she was hit by a bolt of lightning.

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"Queen of Mean" Helmsley Dies

Posted: 08/20/2007 - NEW YORK (AP) - Leona Helmsley, the hotelier who went to prison as a tax cheat and was reviled as the "queen of mean," died Monday at age 87. Helmsley died of heart failure at her summer home in Greenwich, Conn., said her publicist, Howard Rubenstein.

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CSPD Wants Feedback from the Community

Posted: 08/20/2007 - The CSPD is hosting a public information session at 6:30pm at the College Station Conference Center, to get feedback from the community. However, if you are unable to make the meeting, telephone comments will be taken from 1pm to 5pm Monday afternoon.

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Hope All But Extinguished at Utah Mine

Posted: 08/20/2007 - HUNTINGTON, Utah (AP) - Officials said six trapped coal miners may never be found, outraging family members of the men who say their loved ones are being left for dead. Searchers were grim Sunday after receiving air readings from a fourth hole drilled more than 1,500 feet into the mountainside. The readings detected insufficient oxygen to support life.

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Graham Recovering at Hospital

Posted: 08/20/2007 - ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Evangelist Billy Graham was recovering at a hospital Monday, two days after being admitted with an intestinal bleed, officials said. Graham, 88, was in fair condition Monday morning, said Merrell Gregory, a spokeswoman for Mission Health & Hospitals in Asheville.

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Trial to Begin for Ex-TSU President

Posted: 08/20/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - Jury selection begins today in the trial of Priscilla Slade, the former president of financially troubled Texas Southern University. Slade was indicted last year on two counts of misapplication of fiduciary property with a value over $200,000.

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Dallas Man Accused of Killing His 84-Year-Old Mother

Posted: 08/20/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - Dallas police have arrested a man for the death of his 84-year-old mother after finding her decomposing body in a home the two shared. Police say Nora Cook had been dead for days.

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Soldier Nominated for Bronze Star Days Before Alleged Killing

Posted: 08/20/2007 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A soldier charged with premeditated murder in the death of an Iraqi told family members in a recent e-mail that a glowing evaluation he received five days before the alleged killing "says it all" about his character.

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DWI Enforcement Increases as Labor Day Approaches

Posted: 08/20/2007 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Authorities are stepping up their efforts to curb drunken driving as the Labor Day holiday approaches. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is leading the "Drunk Driving: Over the Limit, Under Arrest" campaign. Police began increased patrols a week early this year.

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Texas Task Force 1 Strengthens For Hurricane Dean

Updated: 08/20/2007 - More than 500 highly trained men, women, and K-9s from all across the state have checked in at Texas Task Force One Headquarters to report for stage one of deployment. Texas Task Force 1 Director Bob McKee said during this stage teams and their members are streamlined before being mobilized to disaster areas.

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Aggies Start Life on Campus

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Sunday marked the beginning of Gig 'Em week at Texas A&M University. The first order of business on the itinerary was Residence Hall Assistance Move-in Day.

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St. Michael's Academy Educator Honored

Updated: 08/19/2007 - A local private school said goodbye to one of the people who helped build it up from the ground. Some 25 years ago, Helen Spencer began her tenure as Head of School at St. Michael’s Academy in Bryan.

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Teen Club Offers Clean Fun

Updated: 08/19/2007 - A club opened up Saturday night that some parents may have actually encouraged their teens to go to. Members of the House of Hope Church hosted “Club 116” at the Lincoln Center.

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Brazos County Exposition Complex Gives Good Showing

Updated: 08/19/2007 - Locals and visitors did not waste any time breaking in the new Brazos County Exposition Complex and County officials could not have been more pleased. All smiles on Saturday, Brazos County Judge Randy Sims said after years of setbacks, looking at the facility and hearing the compliments made it worth while.

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Report: SMU's Push for Bush 43 Library Began in 2001

Posted: 08/18/2007 - Documents show that Southern Methodist University, the leading contender for George W. Bush's presidential library, started using its political, financial and social connections soon after his election to try to land the project.

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