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Texas Senate Approves Funeral Protest Restrictions

Posted: 05/23/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - A bill that would increase the amount of space funeral protesters must give grieving families has been approved Wednesday by the Texas Senate. The measure would ensure such mourners of having 1,000 feet without being bothered.

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Texas Cracking Down on Inaccurate Gas Pumps

Posted: 05/23/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - Texas is upping the penalties for gas stations that cheat drivers with inaccurate fuel pumps at this time of record high prices. Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples used a stop in Dallas Wednesday to announce the tougher penalties.

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Selling Coke's Secrets to Pepsi?

Posted: 05/23/2007 - A former Coca-Cola secretary will be sentenced in Atlanta today for conspiring to steal trade secrets from the world's largest beverage maker. The conspiracy was foiled after Pepsi warned Coca-Cola it had received a letter offering Coca-Cola trade secrets to the "highest bidder."

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Survey Ranks DFW Best in Service for Large Airports

Posted: 05/23/2007 - Some travelers have rated Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport highest for service among large airports and Houston Hobby best for small airports. Travelers praised DFW for its food and beverage and retail services.

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Texas Short on Guards as Lawmakers Mull New Prisons

Posted: 05/23/2007 - The Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division currently houses 153,000 inmates. And while it expects it will need more prisons to hold more inmates, it doesn't have enough people to guard the ones it has now.

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Google Aims for Increased Influence

Updated: 05/22/2007 - There's no denying that the internet plays a big role in how many of us work, communicate and recreate. But apparently that's not good enough for one of the king's of the computer world. Google says it wants more...of you.

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CSPD Holds Town Hall Meeting

Updated: 05/23/2007 - As part of their community outreach, College Station's cops spoke with their citizens Tuesday evening.

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Conlee Sworn in as Bryan's Mayor

Updated: 05/23/2007 - The City of Bryan officially has a new mayor. Tuesday evening, Mark Conlee was sworn in by outgoing mayor Ernie Wentrcek.

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Aggies to Recover Artifacts From Mystery Ship

Posted: 05/22/2007 - Four thousand feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico lies a shipwreck of an unknown vessel. A team of Aggies, as well as a group of other scientists, are on a quest to bring some of the artifacts on board to shore. All the while, they will be making history.

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MySpace Turns Over Information On Sex Offenders

Updated: 05/23/2007 - The Internet is quickly becoming one of the favorite hunting grounds for sexual predators. With the booming popularity of online networks like MySpace.com, there's no shortage of potential victims willing to share intimate details with perfect strangers.

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Women Owned Businesses Honored

Updated: 05/28/2007 - The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce teamed up with the Texas A&M HUB (Historically Underutilized Business) program to honor all women owned businesses in the area.

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Church Awards Scholarships to Bryan Elementary Students

Updated: 10/02/2009 - Some Bryan elementary school students are on the receiving end of some financial help for college. Six Neal Elementary School students received $1,000 scholarships Tuesday from St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Bryan.

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Hutchison Wants Changes to Immigration Deal

Posted: 05/22/2007 - The U.S. Senate is getting more time for debate on a bipartisan compromise that could give millions of unlawful immigrants legal status. The measure also would tighten border security and workplace enforcement measures.

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Students Gather Food for Those in Need

Updated: 05/21/2007 - One-hundred area youngsters took a trip to the garden to gather fresh vegetables for a good cause. Students from the Rock Prairie Elementary School harvested their "Cabbage Corner Garden" to donate to the First Baptist Church food pantry.

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Case Closed on Brazos County Inmate Death

Updated: 05/21/2007 - A report from the medical examiner has solved the mystery behind the April death of a Brazos County inmate. In the early hours of April 2, Brazos County Sheriff's Deputies found Terry Lee Davis unresponsive in his cell.

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Newly Elected Bryan Officials Set for Swearing In

Updated: 05/21/2007 - The newly elected mayor of Bryan and an unopposed city council candidate will be sworn in Tuesday night. Bryan Mayor-elect Mark Conlee and Councilman-elect Alphonso Saenz will take the oath of office during the regular council meeting.

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Click It or Ticket Resumes in Texas

Updated: 05/21/2007 - Law enforcement agencies across Texas are taking part in a seat belt enforcement drive called "Click It or Ticket."

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