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Kiwanis Again Serve Up Fluffy Fundraiser

Updated: 03/25/2007 - For 55 years, one local group has been serving up breakfast. for a good cause The College Station Kiwanis Club hosted their annual Pancake Day on Saturday at the Brazos Center.

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Last Notes Play at 2007's Northgate Festival

Updated: 03/25/2007 - It has been a fun-filled weekend in Northgate, but like all good things, the Northgate Music Festival must come to an end. The annual event wrapped up Sunday morning around 2 a.m.

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Sheriff: Missing Aggie's Body was Burned

Updated: 03/26/2007 - Authorities say they won't find the remains of a dead 19-year-old Texas A&M student because the suspect in the case burned the woman's body in a grill at his home.

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NICU Keeping Mother and Child Close

Updated: 03/25/2007 - If you walked into the lobby of the bed tower at the College Station Medical Center on Saturday, you likely could not have helped but smile. Every face expressed one emotion: joy.

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Affidavit: Marlin TYC Superintendent Lied to Investigators

Posted: 03/23/2007 - The superintendent of the Texas Youth Commission’s Marlin Orientation and Assessment Unit lied to investigators when questioned about allegations of sexual abuse at the facility, according to the affidavit submitted for an arrest warrant Friday.

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Defense Secretary Gates Gets the Boots

Updated: 03/24/2007 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates now has even more Aggie spirit in his Pentagon office. On March 14, Aggie cadets on spring break in Washington, DC were able to present the former Texas A&M president with senior boots.

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Edwards Explains Yea Vote for War Spending Bill

Updated: 03/23/2007 - Friday, the House of Representatives narrowly passed a $124 billion war spending bill for troops in the Middle East. Congressman Chet Edwards spent part of Friday explaining why he voted in favor of the bill.

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A&M HSC Students Learn About Healing the Doctors

Updated: 03/23/2007 - Students enrolled at the Texas A&M Health Science Center's College of Medicine decided they will spend their lives healing others. However, consultant Tom Zimmermann says they will not be able to do that without first monitoring their own wellness.

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Aggies Arrive Home to Grateful Fans

Updated: 03/23/2007 - The Aggie men's basketball team is home from San Antonio after being eliminated from the NCAA tournament Thursday night. The players and coaches were greeted by dozens of fans at Reed Arena as they arrived in their bus.

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Activist: Missing Aggie's Body Dismembered

Updated: 03/24/2007 - Authorities in Houston have approved spending up to $500,000 to search area landfills for the remains of a Texas A&M student whose ex-boyfriend confessed to killing her.

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UT Displays Costumes of Robert De Niro

Posted: 03/23/2007 - Fans of Academy Award winner Robert De Niro can check out some of his most famous costumes -- without heading for Hollywood. Thirteen costumes worn by De Niro are on display -- through April first -- at the main entrance of the University of Texas Co-Op in Austin.

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Lawmakers Torn over Foster Care Privatization

Posted: 03/23/2007 - The deaths of three children in foster homes run by private agencies have Texas lawmakers reviewing the outsourcing care of abused and neglected youngsters. Senators yesterday discussed a bill that would scale back a privatization plan they approved two years ago.

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Iola Residents Fear Fines; Officials Try to Curb Fears

Updated: 03/23/2007 - Discussion in Iola continues as the community decides whether becoming a city is a solution to their sewage woes. Since the county and state made it clear that health issues exist, residents have raised concerns of potential fines.

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Tiger Free Throws Sink A&M's Tournament Run

Updated: 03/23/2007 - Antonio Anderson hit a pair of free throws with just under four seconds to play as Memphis beat Texas A&M in the NCAA tournament, 65-64.

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Bedias Woman Dies In Accident

Posted: 03/22/2007 - The cook and manager of Yankee's Tavern in Grimes County died in a one vehicle accident.

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Milam County Dog Owner Not Guilty

Updated: 03/23/2007 - A jury's verdict in a unique trial has left a Milam County family in shock. Jose Hernandez of Thorndale was found not guilty Thursday of criminally negligent homicide. He was charged in connection with the 2005 dog mauling death of Lillian Stiles.

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Grimes County Meeting Yields Landmark Episcopal Decision

Posted: 03/22/2007 - Meeting in Grimes County, the Episcopal House of Bishops has decided to hold its ground in support of gays. The announcement is seen as a strong rejection of the Anglican Church's demand that they disavow same-sex couples and refuse to consecrate partnered gay bishops.

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Indictments Handed Up in Number of Local Cases

Updated: 03/23/2007 - A trio of alleged sex criminals had indictments handed up against them by the Brazos County's district attorney's office, as did a teen accused of holding up apartment residents at gunpoint.

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Hullabaloo Band Off to Support the Aggies

Posted: 03/22/2007 - Among the supporters headed to San Antonio to root on the Aggie Men's Basketball team are members of the Hullabaloo Band. About 30 members of the 100-member band packed up their stuff and loaded the bus to hit the road for the big game.

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Bryan City Meetings to Stream Online

Updated: 03/23/2007 - Like their neighbors to the south, the City of Bryan is taking their meetings to the World Wide Web. Starting Tuesday, all city council and planning and zoning meetings will be streamed live through the city's website.

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Remembering Tynesha: Aggies Mourn Student's Death

Updated: 03/24/2007 - Thursday morning friends of Tynesha Stewart gathered at Rudder Fountain on the Texas A&M campus to pay tribute their friend and fellow Aggie. A table was set up, with pictures and cards, for students to come and remember the freshman.

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Suddenlink to Launch Phone Service

Posted: 03/22/2007 - Suddenlink Communications announced Thursday that it will be launching a phone service that is expected to reach over 80 percent of its customer base by the end of 2007. As one of Suddenlink's largest markets, Bryan/College Station will be among the first to be offered this service.

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Aggie's Ex Confesses to Murder

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Somewhere buried beneath the tons and tons of trash could be the body of Tynesha Stewart. Officials say the Texas A&M student’s body could be buried at one of two landfills.

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