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Aggies Blast Baylor

Updated: 09/29/2007 - Stephen McGee and Jorvorskie Lane each ran for over 100 yards and a touchdown as Texas A&M beat Baylor 34-10.

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Ags Win Battle of the Brazos

Posted: 09/29/2007 - The Texas A&M offense dominated the time of possession battle as the Aggies blasted Baylor, 34-10, Saturday at Kyle Field.

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Hearne Councilwoman Out...Again

Posted: 09/29/2007 - She won the election, then resigned, then retracted that resignation. Now, Cassandra Butler is out again as a Hearne Councilmember.

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Topless Club Gets Second Go at Beer License

Updated: 09/28/2007 - A Robertson County topless club gets a second chance for a beer license. A motion for a new hearing regarding the owners' application to serve alcohol has been approved.

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Radio Host, Author Laura Ingraham Coming to College Station

Updated: 09/28/2007 - Radio talk show host and best-selling author Laura Ingraham is coming to College Station. She will be at Hastings from 2p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, September 30, signing copies of her new book "Power to the People."

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Regents Honor Former Aggie Professor

Updated: 09/28/2007 - A nationally-recognized former Texas A&M professor has added another honor to his long list of achievements. Dr. Norman Borlaug was awarded an honorary doctorate Friday by the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.

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Big State Festival Approved by Brazos County

Updated: 09/28/2007 - On Friday, Brazos County Commissioners held a public hearing for residents to raise their concerns about the upcoming Big State Festival before approving C3 Presnts' mass gathering permit. Representatives from the county and the city of College Station were on hand while Jones addressed questions regarding emergency services, law enforcement and traffic

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Parents Play Integral Role in ADHD

Updated: 09/28/2007 - Understanding the history and possible causes of the disorder is important to treatment. The current thinking is that ADHD is a complex interaction of many things including genetic, environmental, and cognitive factors

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Stabbing at Hempstead High

Updated: 09/28/2007 - Police are investigating a stabbing at Hempstead High School. School officials say a student assaulted another student during class on Thursday.

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Willie Nelson Recognized as an Ambassador for Peace

Posted: 09/28/2007 - Country music icon Willie Nelson will receive the first ''Bridging Divides" award in Austin. It's one of many honors for the Texas native, whose hits include "On the Road Again," "Always on My Mind" and "Whiskey River."

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Wet Summer Creates Boom in Wild Hog Population

Posted: 09/28/2007 - Wildlife officials fear that the ample water and vegetation brought by record-setting rains this year in Texas could double the current state estimate of two million feral hogs. One College Station-area rancher says the hogs are already a problem for him.

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Defense Begins Today in Case of ex-TSU President

Posted: 09/28/2007 - The defense gets its turn today in the Houston trial of a former Texas Southern University president accused of misspending school funds. Priscilla Slade is accused of wasting more than $500,000 of school money on lavish spending sprees for her homes.

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Man Convicted in Dog's Fatal Torture

Posted: 09/28/2007 - A jury in Dallas has convicted a man of animal cruelty in the fatal torture of his ten-month-old dog. Investigators say the animal had been stabbed, doused with gasoline and set on fire. She later died.

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Bryan School Receives Grant, Visit From Governor

Updated: 10/02/2009 - A Bryan elementary school is on the receiving end of a state grant of $75,000. Governor Rick Perry was at Fannin Elementary School on Thursday to officially award the grant from the Texas Educator Excellence Grant Program.

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Arts Council Funding Agreements OKed by CS Council

Updated: 09/27/2007 - Two of three funding agreements between the City of College Station and the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley were approved by the city council Thursday night, though one councilmember asked for assurances updates on the arts would be in the open.

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Festival Organizers Try for County Permit

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Big State Music Festival isn't a done deal yet. Organizers still don't have a Brazos County permit for a Mass Gathering event.

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Annual Hearne Event Cancelled Because of New Festival

Updated: 09/27/2007 - The anticipated Big State Festival has already made an impact on one Brazos Valley city. This year would have been the sixth annual Crossroads Music Festival in Hearne, which is usually held in the fall.

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Code Maroon System Put to the Test

Updated: 09/27/2007 - More than 50,000 messages were sent out via e-mail and text message through the Code Maroon system as a practice emergency drill for faculty, students, and staff.

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Local Pro-Life Campaign Goes National

Updated: 09/27/2007 - That is because the Coalition for Life has kicked off its 40 Days for Life campaign. The pro-life campaign focuses on 40 days of prayer and fasting, and offering alternatives to abortion for pregnant women.

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