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Turgeon Reportedly Gets an Offer

Updated: 04/09/2007 - Texas A&M is still in talks with Wichita State coach Mark Turgeon to replace Billy Gillispie as its next men's basketball coach.

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Sources Say A&M Pursuing Turgeon

Updated: 04/09/2007 - Multiple sources are indicating that Texas A&M has targeted Wichita State's Mark Turgeon as the most likely candidate to replace Billy Gillispie as the men's head basketball coach.

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Bryan Officials Investigate Trailer Park Fire

Updated: 04/08/2007 - Fire officials are investigating an evening fire at a Bryan trailer park. The call came in around 7:20 p.m. Sunday, regarding flames shooting out of a vacant trailer in the Lakeside Mobile Home Park off of South College.

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Closure to Help Traffic Flow on Beck Street

Updated: 04/09/2007 - After a number of close calls and drivers ignoring one-way traffic signs, the City of Bryan says they are changing the flow of traffic near the construction on Beck Street.

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Chet Edwards to Speak at B-CS VA Clinic

Posted: 04/08/2007 - After a year in the making, Bryan-College Station's VA Outpatient Clinic will celebrate its grand opening. District 17's Congressman, Chet Edwards is set to give a keynote address at the ribbon cutting around 2:30 p.m. Monday.

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Former President Bush to Host Mitt Romney

Posted: 04/08/2007 - One of the top republican contenders in the race for the White House is making a stop in College Station. Mitt Romney will be the featured speaker Tuesday evening at the William Waldo Cameron Forum on Public Affairs hosted by Former President George Bush.

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Northgate Murder Suspect Out on Bond

Updated: 04/08/2007 - The suspect accused of killing a Rice basketball player after a night of partying at a Northgate bar has been released on a $200,000 bail. Brazos County Sheriff officials say Ronald Johnson Jr. bonded out Saturday night around 9 p.m.

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Local Church Spreads Easter Cheer 10,000 Ways

Posted: 04/08/2007 - Members at the West Oaks Baptist Church have been hard at work for several months, filling Easter eggs with delicious goodies for a community egg hunt.

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Funeral Arrangements Set for Lee County Sheriff

Posted: 04/08/2007 - Funeral arrangements have been set for a local sheriff who served for nearly 30 years. Services for Lee County Sheriff Joe Goodson will be held Wednesday, April 11th at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Giddings.

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Construction to Shut Down Portion of Villa Maria

Posted: 04/08/2007 - Construction in Bryan will shut down portions of Villa Maria beginning Monday, April 9th, and continuing through next Sunday, April 15th. The construction work will close Villa Maria at the intersection of the railroad tracks, by Wellborn Road.

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Dean Accuses President of "Bullying"

Posted: 04/08/2007 - Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean says President Bush has taken a "my way or the highway" approach to leading the country.

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Hurricane Evacuees Say Thank You To The Community

Updated: 04/07/2007 - An early Easter meal with a Louisiana feel was prepared at the Twin City Mission Community Café. On Saturday, Deborah Miller and her family hosted an appreciation lunch.

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Warmer Temperatures Wanted For Easter

Updated: 04/08/2007 - If you look at the calendar, it says it is supposed to be spring, but the temperature says it is winter. Saturday morning, the Brazos Valley woke up to cold temperatures, rain, sleet, and in some parts, snowflakes.

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One Injured in Grimes County Accident

Updated: 04/07/2007 - A fiery accident in Grimes County sent one person to the hospital early Saturday. Sheriff officials say around 1 a.m. Christopher Barnett, 29, was driving on Country Road 125 in Bedias when he collided with a pick-up truck.

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UT Administrator Suspended Amid Financial Aid Investigation

Posted: 04/06/2007 - The University of Texas has put its financial aid director on paid leave during a stock-related investigation. Allegations have been raised that a loan company gave him stock in exchange for making it one of the school's preferred lenders.

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Hearing Set for Man Who Claims Innocence in 1982 Rape

Posted: 04/06/2007 - A Texas man could become the 13th in Dallas County to be exonerated with the help of DNA evidence. James Curtis Giles served 10 years for a 1982 rape he says he didn't commit.

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