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Greyhound to Overhaul Buses and Many Terminals

Posted: 11/12/2007 - The old dog is getting a new look. Greyhound Lines says it has spent $60 million over the past three years to freshen up its fleet and its largest terminals.

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Vietnam War-era Airman Finally to be Buried

Posted: 11/12/2007 - Nearly four decades after his plane was shot down off the waters of Vietnam, the remains of a Navy airman from Fort Worth will be laid to rest today. Twenty-six-year-old Frank Hand took off on a routine mission on April 1, 1968.

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Study Shows 120 Texas Killers Sentenced to Probation

Posted: 11/12/2007 - Known as the nation's busiest capital punishment state, few would consider Texas to be soft on convicted murderers. But a newspaper investigation has found that at least 120 Texas killers since 2000 have received the lightest sentence of all -- probation.

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Annual Parade Pays Tribute to Veterans

Updated: 11/12/2007 - Veteran Robin Silva was one of many pleased to see the huge turnout for Sunday's Bryan Rotary Club Veterans Day Parade. "This country was formed by the military stepping forward," Silva said.

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Veteran Receives Medal For Valor

Updated: 11/12/2007 - On Sunday, a local veteran received a special honor during a Veterans Day observance ceremony at the American Legion Post #159. World War II veteran Daniel Ruiz was honored with the Bronze Star of Valor.

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Patriotism Fills Veterans Park

Updated: 11/12/2007 - A Veterans Day ceremony in College Station was filled with songs of thanks. Veterans and their families were honored by city officials and residents at Veterans Park.

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Mizzou Outscores Texas A&M

Updated: 11/11/2007 - Two dazzling plays from one of the underclassmen helped save Senior Day for Missouri (No. 6 BCS, No. 7 AP).

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Missing Skydiver Found Dead Days After Jump

Posted: 11/10/2007 - Authorities say that a missing skydiver thought to have gone home after not returning from a jump was found dead two days after his parachute apparently failed to open.

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Norman Mailer Dies at 84

Posted: 11/10/2007 - The noted American author died early Saturday at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital of kidney failure.

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Conserve Now, Save All Year

Posted: 11/09/2007 - Now is the time to start think about lowering your sewer bill if you live in Bryan.

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Santa Arrives in College Station

Updated: 11/11/2007 - Santa Claus arrived Friday evening in College Station at Post Oak Mall. From now until Christmas Eve, kids can stop by for pictures and for a little quality time with the big elf.

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Locals Paying Top Dollar at the Pump

Updated: 11/09/2007 - Big white numbers on a College Station marquee reading $3.05 serves as proof that higher gas prices await local drivers at the pump. "I'm not that surprised to see it," driver Matthew Tuggle offers as he fills his SUV.

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Bush 41 Talks about Museum Makeover

Updated: 11/09/2007 - The George Bush Presidential Library first opened its doors ten years ago. Now, after several months of renovations, the library is about to re-open with a whole new look.

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FEMA Tells Workers to Stay Out of Trailers

Posted: 11/09/2007 - FEMA is telling its workers to stay out of thousands of its stored travel trailers, amid concerns of exposure to hazardous fumes. But the agency's concern apparently doesn't apply to the more than 48,000 trailers being used by hurricane victims.

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