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Water Outage Planned in Bryan

Posted: 09/12/2007 - Some Bryan homes and businesses will be without water early Thursday as city crews extend service to the Bryan Towne Center development.

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Traffic Signal Change in Bryan

Posted: 09/12/2007 - The City of Bryan has completed the installation of the traffic signal at the intersection of Oak Ridge Drive and Briarcrest Drive. The signal will be operational as early as Thursday morning, pending weather conditions.

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A Prestigious Award for a Job Well-Done

Posted: 09/12/2007 - (COLLEGE STATION, TX) - The Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health received the prestigious Glen J. Cook Regional Services Award from the Brazos Valley Council of Governments at its annual meeting Wednesday, September 12.

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Investigation Continues in Death of Six-Year-Old Girl

Posted: 09/12/2007 - CORSICANA, Texas (AP) - The mother of a slain six-year Navarro County girl says she wants justice served. Dana Mack told KDFW television that her daughter, Hannah Mack, made her day, every day. The girl's body was found Monday, by her mother, at the family's home near Navarro Mills Lake, about 65 miles south of Dallas.

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Texas Wants to Authenticate Purported Crockett Letter

Posted: 09/12/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - The Texas Historical Commission has backed away from the contention that a letter from Alamo hero Davy Crockett is authentic. The commission will seek expert authentication of the letter the state plans to buy for $550,000.

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Man Indicted for Putting Two-Year-Old in Dryer

Posted: 09/12/2007 - LUMBERTON, Texas (AP) - A Southeast Texas man accused of putting his girlfriend's two-year-old daughter in a clothes dryer has been indicted on a charge of injury to a child. The Hardin County District Attorney's Office says 27-year-old Bobby Lynn Curtis was indicted yesterday. He remains jailed with bond set at $150,000.

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Man Pleads Guilty in Death of Father He Says Mistreated Him

Posted: 09/12/2007 - LLANO, Texas (AP) - A 40-year-old man who pleaded guilty to killing his father says he was the victim of years of his father's volatile temper and verbal abuse. Darin Don White pleaded guilty Monday to murder and waived a trial by jury for the 2005 death of 73-year-old Charles Clinton White Senior of Horseshoe Bay.

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Quadruple Slaying Victims were Shot in Head, authorities say

Posted: 09/12/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - Preliminary autopsy reports show that four people who were found dead in an Austin-area home were killed by gunshots to the head. Forty-four-year-old Paul Devoe is accused in the quadruple slaying last month in Jonestown.

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Senate Panel Holds Hearing on Toy Safety

Posted: 09/12/2007 - CAPITOL HILL (AP) - A Senate committee holds a hearing today on toy safety. It comes a week after Mattel, the world's largest toy-maker, announced a third recall of lead-tainted toys from China. Millions of toys have been recalled recently.

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Taco Truck Owners Sue over New Regulations

Posted: 09/12/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - More than 60 Hispanic taco truck owners in Houston have filed a lawsuit challenging new state legislation setting up stricter rules for mobile food vendors. The say the rules are motivated by racial bias more than food safety. The two new state laws apply to Houston and surrounding Harris County.

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Trustees Set New Blinn Tax Rate

Posted: 09/11/2007 - Washington County property owners will be paying more to support Blinn College. But not much more.

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Bryan Swears In Morrow as Chief

Updated: 09/11/2007 - Ty Morrow was sworn in as police chief at the beginning of Tuesday evening's city council meeting.

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Local Emergency Officials Prepare for Terrorist Attack

Updated: 09/11/2007 - It's a tragedy counties across the Brazos Valley have been preparing for nearly eight months. On Tuesday, emergency response crews envisioned the worst, a terrorist attack in Washington County.

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Bryan-College Station Remembers 9-11 Victims

Updated: 09/11/2007 - While the nation paused Tuesday to remember the victims of the September 11th attacks, Brazos Valley residents observed Patriot Day in their own way.

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College Station Sex Predator Sentenced to Prison

Updated: 09/11/2007 - A College Station man was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison after he used the Internet to solicit sex from a child. John Buford Jean, 34, pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated sexual assault of a child.

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Connecticut Fire Affects A&E HD in B/CS

Posted: 09/11/2007 - A fire at the A&E Television Network's Connecticut-based broadcast facility has caused four HD networks to be off the air for much of the country, including Bryan-College Station.

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Search Committee Recommends Three for A&M Presidency

Updated: 09/12/2007 - The search advisory committee charged with whittling down the list of applicants for Texas A&M University president has turned over its recommendations to The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.

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TI to Cut 191 Jobs

Posted: 09/11/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - Texas Instruments will lay off 191 workers whose manufacturing jobs in Dallas are being eliminated. Those workers couldn't find other positions at the semiconductor company.

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Man Accused of Killing Officers is Denied Bond, Placed on Suicide Watch

Posted: 09/11/2007 - ODESSA, Texas (AP) - A man accused of fatally shooting two Odessa policemen has been arraigned on two counts of capital murder. Fifty-eight-year-old Larry Neil White is accused of killing Corporals Arlie Jones and John "Scott" Gardner late Saturday after the officers responded to a domestic disturbance call from the man's home.

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Teachers Get Sick at School Targeted by Union Complaints

Posted: 09/11/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - Two teachers were taken to the hospital after getting sick at a school that has been criticized by the local teachers union as unsafe. Houston Federation of Teachers President Gayle Fallon says the two women suffered yesterday from vomiting, watery eyes and difficulty breathing. She says she suspects the cause was mold or some other air-quality problem.

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