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Officials Seek Port Arthur Man for TB Treatment

Posted: 06/14/2007 - PORT ARTHUR, Texas (AP) - Authorities are seeking a Port Arthur man who has been ordered by a judge to undergo treatment for tuberculosis at a San Antonio hospital. Doctor William George, the city health authority, says 32-year-old Lemone R. Yowman poses a public health threat and should be confined and treated immediately.

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Accident Stalls Traffic on Highway 6

Updated: 06/14/2007 - Traffic was backed up on Highway 6 Wednesday night following a one car accident. Police say a vehicle traveling south on Highway 6 veered into a support column under the Southwest Parkway overpass.

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Rabies Rises in Brazos County

Updated: 06/14/2007 - You don't have to crunch the numbers too much to realize Brazos County is in a crunch when it comes to rabies. The fatal disease that sometimes makes its way out of the wild has animal control experts on high alert.

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New Insight Into Alleged Murder Co-Conspirators

Updated: 06/14/2007 - The four suspects accused of plotting to murder a Montgomery County deputy were no strangers to the law. According to the grand jury indictment that led to their arrests, three of the alleged co-conspirators will face enhanced charges due to past criminal convictions.

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Suicide Shuts Down CS Shooting Range

Updated: 06/14/2007 - A tragic shooting forced the temporary closure of a popular College Station gun shop and shooting range. Around 11 a.m. Wednesday morning, a 76-year-old man entered Champions Firearms on Texas Avenue.

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Dieters to Have New Alli in Fight Against Fat

Updated: 06/14/2007 - This week, individuals fighting the bulge have will a new ally in Alli. Alli is the only FDA over-the-counter weight loss pill scheduled to hit pharmacy and store shelves Friday.

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Calls in Houston for Major Crime Lab Review

Posted: 06/13/2007 - Some Houston leaders Wednesday rejected a call for a special master to review cases believed tainted by the police department's formerly disgraced crime lab.

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Astronauts Receive Out of this World Training at Texas A&M

Updated: 06/14/2007 - Several out-of-this-world experiences begin at Texas A&M. It's an honor several aggies have had. Wednesday afternoon, Mission Specialist Steven Swanson had his opportunity to show he's got the right stuff thousands of miles above Earth.

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Bryan Man Allegedly Beaten to Death With Shotgun

Updated: 06/14/2007 - According to court documents, Robert Earl Jordon of Bryan, died from being beaten in the head several times with a shotgun. Documents state the defendant, Lee Ernest Hamilton of Bryan, told police Jordon had been harassing him.

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Infinity Honored at Top of Newman 10

Updated: 06/15/2007 - The top ten fastest growing small businesses in the Brazos Valley were recognized Wednesday at the 14th annual Bryan Rotary Club/Newman 10 Awards.

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Navasota High School Construction Nearing Completion

Updated: 06/14/2007 - An $11 million project at Navasota High School is two months from completion. When the school year begins, the district will have a new football field that is projected to be one of the best 3A fields in the state.

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Edwards Delivers Funding Bill for Veterans

Updated: 06/14/2007 - It's been almost two decades since Texas Congressman Chet Edwards pledged to take care of veterans. The Democrat from Waco finally has built enough seniority to fulfill his promise.

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BPD, CSPD Issue Dozens of Citations During Click It or Ticket

Updated: 06/14/2007 - During Texas' Click it or Ticket Campaign Bryan police say they found several drivers not abiding the law. From May 21 through June 3 the Bryan Police Department issued 40 safety belt citations and 12 child safety seat citations.

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TXU to Retrofit Coal Plants with Mercury-Control Systems

Posted: 06/13/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - TXU Corporation says it will add systems designed to reduce emissions of mercury from its coal-fired power plants. Dallas-based TXU says it's the country's largest voluntary program to reduce mercury pollution emissions.

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Searchers Recover Body of Missing Fort Hood Soldier

Updated: 06/13/2007 - Searchers have found the body of a Fort Hood soldier who was missing for four days after he disappeared during a training exercise. The discovery Tuesday night of Lawrence Sprader's body brings to a close an intense ground and aerial search.

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Joint EOC A-OKed by Bryan CC

Updated: 06/12/2007 - Local governments continue to move closer to a joint emergency operations center.

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