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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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Gillispie Fills Coaching Vacancy at Kentucky

Updated: 04/07/2007 - The University of Kentucky has announced Billy Gillispie will be the 21st men's basketball coach in the school's history. Gillispie departs Texas A&M after three years at the helm of what became one of college basketball's fastest-rising programs.

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All Signs Point To Gillispie Leaving A&M For Kentucky

Posted: 04/06/2007 - Thursday evening Texas A&M Director of Athletics Bill Byrne granted the University of Kentucky permission to talk to Aggie men's basketball coach Billy Gillispie about the Wildcats coaching vacancy. Now 12 hours later UK has announced that it will hold a pep rally and a press conference today to announce the 21st head coach in UK men’s basketball history (6th in the last 76 years).

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Suspected Sibling Shooter Indicted

Updated: 04/05/2007 - A Bryan man accused of shooting his two brothers has been indicted on two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Anthony A. Nelson, 41, surrendered to Brazos County authorities on January 24, minutes after the shootings took place.

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Kentucky Granted Permission To Speak To Gillispie About Hoops Opening

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Texas A&M Director of Athletics Bill Byrne was contacted by University of Kentucky Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart at 7 p.m. Thursday requesting permission to speak to Aggie basketball head coach Billy Gillispie about the head coaching position with the Wildcats.

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Firefighters Battle More Than Just Fires

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Walking treadmills, getting hooked up to monitors and going through a variety of cardiovascular tests, has become a normal drill for members of the Bryan Fire Department.

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Getting Fit in CS is Just a Walk in the Park

Posted: 04/05/2007 - Working out for senior citizens is now as easy as taking a walk through the park. Officials welcomed the new Life Trails Fitness Stations to College Station's Central Park.

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Good Friday Closures

Posted: 04/05/2007 - The following offices are closed Friday, April 6 in observance of Good Friday:

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Bank Boosts Local Education Funds

Updated: 04/05/2007 - The generosity of Citibank and Citigroup is being felt across the Brazos Valley. Earlier this year the financial institution announced a donation of more than $510,000. Bryan ISD's Education Foundation was one of the beneficiaries.

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Texas Cities Among the Country's Fastest-Growing

Posted: 04/05/2007 - Births, immigration and migration from other states helped make Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston two of the country's fastest-growing metro areas. Details were released yesterday by the Census Bureau. The population of the Dallas-Fort Worth area grew by more than 842,000, topping 16 percent, from 2000 to 2006.

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Children to Stay in Booster Seats up to Age Eight

Posted: 04/05/2007 - Children under age eight will have to be secured in a booster seat when riding in a passenger vehicle. The Texas Senate passed legislation to that effect yesterday.

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Juveniles in Custody for Alleged Robbery Spree

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Several businesses were the targets of a robbery spree Wednesday. Police say they recovered thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from Office Max, Office Depot and Ross.

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Caldwell Gets New Chief

Updated: 04/04/2007 - The city of Caldwell has a new chief of police. Paul Lilly, 37, has replaced Virgil Hurt who retired at the end of March.

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Religion Returns To The Classroom?

Updated: 04/04/2007 - Commonplace in the sanctuary, the Bible may become common in high school classes across Texas. A bill filed in the Texas Legislature by State Representative Warren Chisum of Pampa would mandate school districts offer ninth through twelfth graders elective courses in history and literature using the Old and New Testaments as the basic literature.

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Keeping Uninvited Pests Out of the Home

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Officials at ABC Pest and Lawn are already off to a busy start this season, thanks in large part to some little bugs known as subterranean termites.

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