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Man Arrested in Death of Teen at Party Shooting

Posted: 09/17/2007 - ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Arlington Police have arrested a man suspected in the shooting death of a high school football player during a party. Officers took 19-year-old DeAngelo Cortez Morton into custody during a traffic stop Saturday night. An arrest warrant was issued for Morton in the death of 18-year-old Quintarick Wilson.

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Woman Arrested after House Fire that Injured Herself and Three Daughters

Posted: 09/17/2007 - HALTOM CITY, Texas (AP) - Police have arrested a Haltom City woman after she and her three young daughters were burned in a house fire. The mother, identified by neighbors and relatives as 29-year-old Alysha Green, was hospitalized and taken into custody Saturday on three charges of injury to a child with serious bodily harm. But police wouldn't confirm initial reports from fire officials that the woman doused the children with gasoline.

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Police Seek Man in Death of Dallas Mother and Sons

Posted: 09/17/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - Police are searching for a man suspected in the stabbing deaths of a woman and her two sons. A capital murder warrant has been issued for 33-year-old Robert Sparks after Saturday's slayings.

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DNA Clears 1982 Rape Convict

Updated: 09/17/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas County district attorney's office says new DNA testing clears a man convicted of rape and burglary. Steven Phillips was convicted in 1982 in two separate trials of sexually assaulting and burglarizing a woman. The DA's office says it will work with Phillips' lawyers to have his name cleared.

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CS Police Search for Robbery Suspects

Updated: 09/17/2007 - College Station police are looking for three suspects in connection with an early morning aggravated robbery. Officers say they were called to the area of the Campus View Apartments on Harvey Road just after 3:00am Monday.

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Bullet Hits Door of Corpus Christi Mosque

Updated: 09/17/2007 - CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) - Police and the FBI are investigating after someone shot through the door of a Corpus Christi mosque during Ramadan. The bullet pierced the top aluminum frame of a glass entry door at The Islamic Center of South Texas on Friday afternoon.

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Preserving Chappell Hill in the Midst of Big Cities' Growth

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce member Tom Stevens said folks who live in Chappell Hill can say something others in many cities across Texas and perhaps the nation cannot. "Residents...if they could come back from a 125 years ago, they'd be able to recognize Chappell Hill," Stevens said.

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Mother and Child Rescued from Burning Bryan Apartment

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Bryan Firefighters rescue a mother and child from a burning apartment and evacuate several other residents. Bryan Fire Department Battalion Chief Fred Taylor says firefighters responded to a structure fire call on Sunday afternoon.

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Aggies Produce Best Offensive Effort Of '07

Updated: 09/16/2007 - Stephen McGee threw for 237 yards and a touchdown and Jorvorskie Lane had two short scoring runs to help No. 25 Texas A&M beat Louisiana-Monroe 54-14 on Saturday night.

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Ags Overpower Louisiana-Monroe

Posted: 09/15/2007 - Stephen McGee threw for 237 yards and a touchdown to lead 25th-ranked Texas A&M over Louisiana-Monroe 54-14.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of America Want Official Family Day

Updated: 09/16/2007 - The Boys and Girls Clubs of America are known for helping the country's kids when mom and dad may be too busy. The Brazos Valley's Boys and Girls Club Director of Program Development Tiffany Parker said the organization's purpose has to been to support parents by filling in the gaps.

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Kurten Celebrates Fall Festival

Updated: 09/16/2007 - Current and former residents of Kurten crowed the grounds of the town's community center for the 20th Annual Kurten Homecoming and Fall Festival. Folk got to enjoy games, arts and crafts, food, and live auctions the entire day.

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Hispanic Network Boosting Texas A&M's Hispanic Enrollment

Updated: 09/14/2007 - One of Texas A&M University's Vision 20/20 goals is to diversify the student body. Through an Aggie collection of ideas, hard work, and experiences, the Texas A&M Hispanic Network is seeking to increase the number of Hispanic students who enroll and graduate from A&M.

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A&M System Turns to Mother Nature for Power

Updated: 09/14/2007 - The winds of change are blowing in the way the Texas A&M University System powers its campuses and agencies. The System has signed a contract with TXU Energy to buy more than $176 million kilowatt-hours of renewable wind energy over the next four years.

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I-45 Wreck Sets Off Series of Accidents

Updated: 09/14/2007 - Traffic on Interstate 45 came to a standstill Friday afternoon after a collision between two SUVs triggers a chain reaction of smaller wrecks.

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Propane Tanks Ignite on Opening Day of Austin Music Festival

Posted: 09/14/2007 - AUSTIN — Austin City Limits Music Festival was smoking Friday, but not from the hundreds of bands expected to rock the park this weekend. A fire dispatcher said propane tanks ignited as thousands of music fans packed Zilker Park, where the famed weekend festival was just getting underway. Firefighters quickly put out the blaze.

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Weight-loss Surgery Saves Lives

Posted: 09/14/2007 - O'Brien says since her surgery, her blood pressure has gone down and her health has improved. O'Brien is not alone. A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine finds the surgery can actually save lives.

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New Campaign Spotlights Spirit and Mind of Aggieland

Posted: 09/14/2007 - It's a brand new look for the Texas A&M Foundation. At a reception Friday afternoon, Foundation officials unveiled the finished product of their two-year re-branding and marketing effort.

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Murder Conviction Tossed in Bizarre Plot

Posted: 09/14/2007 - SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A federal magistrate overturned the murder conviction of a man who killed a business owner 25 years ago in a bizarre plot to take over Marin County and turn it into a modern-day Camelot. Hoover was convicted of killing Richard Baldwin in July 1982 while making plans for the paramilitary takeover of the county.

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